Vote for your future, says YS Jagan as he compares YSRCP's track record to TDP's regime

“There are over 3,005 houses in this village and Rs 48.74 crore was deposited through various schemes. The previous CM ruled for 14 years, but have you seen such a great reign?" asked YS Jagan.


NANDYALA: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy interacted with people belonging to various communities during the second day of 'Memantha Siddham' yatra in Yerraguntla village in Sirivella mandal in Nandyala district and said that over 93 per cent of the people in Yarraguntla village have benefited from the welfare schemes of the Government.

“Two village secretariats cover the Yarraguntla village and over 93.60 per cent of houses have benefited in various schemes in one, and 95.32 per cent of the houses have benefited in the other secretariat,” YS Jagan said.

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The Chief Minister also talked about the welfare schemes benefiting the people like Amma Vodi, and Cheyutha and said, “All the benefits are being directly deposited into the bank accounts without corruption or discrimination based on caste, religion and party affiliation.”

Comparing the work done by the YSRCP Government with that of the TDP Government before, Jagan asked, “There are over 3,005 houses in this village and in last 58 months, Rs 48,74,34,136 was deposited and received directly through various schemes. The previous Chief Minister ruled for 14 years, but have you seen such a great reign?

“We have been able to bring changes in the system. It is about giving financial empowerment to the families of sisters and brothers. Further, villages have improved today like never before and schools have changed with the introduction of digital classrooms. From giving tabs to children to bringing English medium to all schools with bilingual textbooks with one page in English and another page in Telugu, we have been radically changing the school system for good,” said the Chief Minister.

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YS Jagan also talked about the improvement of village clinics with the family doctor concept where the doctors screen every house and bring medicines to the doorsteps.

"Rythu Bharosa Kendras (RBKs) is seen in villages like never before and every acre is cropped along with insurance being provided. At RBKs, every acre of this crop is being insured for free, and input subsidies are given as soon as the loss occurs. In healthcare, revolutionary changes were implemented through Arogyasri which includes over 3,000 procedures (free medical treatment),” he said.

Asking people to vote for their future, YS Jagan said, “I am also asking the people who did not vote for me in the last election. It is not just a vote to elect MLAs and MPs. This vote is for our future. This is an election that will change our lives.”

Differently-abled couple thank YS Jagan for changing their lives

In a display of love and affection, Prasad (33) and his wife Aparna (30), hailing from Metapalli village, presented a portrait of Chief Minister YS Jagan to him.

Prasad and Aparna are both differently-abled. Both of them completed TTC and B.Ed in 2015 and after being married, were hoping for a smooth life. But since they did not get a government job, they started working as daily labourers at a sculptor’s shop.

But since 2019, their life changed when they started receiving pensions for disabled which was increased by the YSRCP Government from Rs 1,500 to Rs 3,000 which ensured that the couple started getting a financial assistance of Rs 6,000 per month. This amount was enough to sustain themselves which indirectly help them to prepare for government jobs. Both of them recently qualified TET and are now preparing for DSC. The couple met the Chief Minister at the Gram Sabha in Yerraguntla on Thursday and presented a token of love to him.

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