According to The Times of India, the radio will be utilized as a voice of residents' grievance redressal forum. The radio service started by Welfare Association will not seek any grants from the state government and would run with the help of advertisements, which they will play for five minutes in every one hour-programme.
The community radio will also have interaction programmes with the local politicians and officers. Regarding entertainment, the association has not given any information.
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