Tendulkar's efforts in adopted village comes to fruition

Tendulkar came forward to adopt Gram Panchayat of Nernoor and habitation of Puttamrajuvari Kandriga in the month of November 2014 under the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana.

Sachin Tendulkar adopted village

A wall painting made by an artist at Puttamrajuvari Kandriga, the village adopted by Sachin Tendulkar.   -  K. Ravikumar

The village Puttamrajuvari Kandriga in Andhra adopted by Sachin Tendulkar has undergone complete transformation which he declared “Open defecation free” today.

The legend also distributed cricket bats and sporting kits to children at the newly constructed play ground in the village on the occasion of completion of Phase I of the development.

Tendulkar came forward to adopt Gram Panchayat of Nernoor and habitation of Puttamrajuvari Kandriga in the month of November 2014 under the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana.





The Nernoor Gram Panchayat comprises three habitations — Puttamrajuvari Kandriga, Nernoor and Gollapalli with 627 households and 1895 population. The villagers were mainly engaged in the occupation of horticulture, fisheries, animal husbandry.

The sleepy village, which was languishing in the darkness till Tenduljar adopted it, is equipped with 24x7 power supply. The villagers had to walk quite a distance to get drinking water and today, the village has uninterrupted water supply and every house has a meter.

The village had dusty mud roads and presently, it boasts of wide and well-maintained CC Roads. The village where cleanliness and hygiene were unheard of and open defecation was widely prevalent, is today an ODF village. The village has underground drainage system in place today.

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