Kerala CM met blind students from Vazhuthacaud
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan met the blind students of Government School for the Visually Challenged at Vazhuthacaud on Thursday.
He told the students that the state government may set up skill development centre for the disabled people of the region.
The blind students requested the CM for 20 laptops and also upgrade of the institution to a high school.
The CM also promised that the government will consider increasing the food allowance from ₹50 to ₹100.
30 blind students had visited the CM to discuss their demands in person.
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