Vakulabharanam prays Lord Venkateswara for BC survey


Rama Krishna Sangem

Telangana State BC Commission Chairman Dr. Vakulabharanam Krishnamohan Rao said that he has prayed to Tirumala Sri Venkateswara Swamy that the “Caste Survey” (Kulaganana), to be undertaken soon by the Telangana State Government, will continue without any hindrances.

Mainly, the BCs in the state have been demanding for a long time to takeout their population statistics and accordingly to provide equal benefits in all sectors.  Dr. Vakulabharanam explained that the Backward Classes would be greatly benefitted if the government finalizes the modalities at the earliest, start and complete the “Caste Survey”.

Dr. Vakulabharanam visited Tirumala Sri Venkateswara Swamy in the Beginning Break Darshan (protocol) in the early hours on Friday.  Priests offered him Vedic Blessings in the Ranganayaka Mandapam.  Temple Authorities have distributed him Swami’s robe, laddu and tirthaprasad.

Afterwards, Dr. Vakulabharanam spoke to reporters outside the temple for a while.  He said that in the past he had come to Tirumala and begged Swami on the issue of “Caste Survey” and now he has come back to see Swami with happiness that his government is taking steps in that direction.

He said that he is very happy that the government has initiated “Caste Survey” during his tenure as the Chairman of the statutory BC Commission.  He said that he will carry out any role assigned by the Government with dedication and commitment on this historic occasion, according to a press release .

He said that the government is in the preliminary work of formulating the modalities for the Caste Survey, and it is yet to be clarified how this process will be carried out

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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