‘Mass contact’ brings new hope to Ananthakrishnan’s family

Palakkad: Eight year old Arya, her brother and parents got life time pension through the Chief Minister’s ‘mass contact’ programme. The Chief Minister Oommen Chandy allowed one lakh rupees for the treatment of children. The hand of mercy came to Palakkad, Chittoor, Thathamangalam native Ananthakrishnan and family through the ‘mass contact’ programme. Arya is eight years old and her brother is four. When CM saw the physically handicapped and dumb children he immediately issued the amount.

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