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CM fulfilled all needs of people: Kodali

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Kodali Srivenkateswara Rao (Nani), the former minister and MLA of Gudivada, has expressed his gratitude towards Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy at the Memantha Siddham public gathering in Gudivada on Monday. He affirmed that the Chief Minister has successfully met the needs of every segment of society, ranging from schoolchildren to senior citizens, under the governance of the YSRCP.
Addressing the enthusiastic crowd, Nani lauded the Chief Minister, emphasizing the profound trust the people have in him. He extended a warm welcome to CM Jagan on behalf of the constituents of Gudivada and Machilipatnam.
Reflecting on the event’s rescheduling, Nani marvelled at the overwhelming reception CM Jagan received despite the change. He highlighted the YSRCP government’s innovative approach of bringing governance to the grassroots level through volunteers and establishing secretariats in villages and towns, aligning with Gandhiji’s vision of GramaSwarajyam.
Nani commended CM Jagan’s initiatives, such as the introduction of English-medium education in government schools, along with providing essential resources like uniforms, books, and meals, akin to a paternal figure. He reminisced about the inception of Aarogyasri by Dr YS Rajasekhar Reddy and lauded CM YS Jagan’s expansion of the program, encompassing thousands of medical procedures through network hospitals, thus addressing healthcare needs in remote areas across the state.
Expressing confidence in CM Jagan’s leadership, Nani predicted his ascension to the State’s Chief Minister post within 50 days, citing the Chief Minister’s steadfastness, courage, and integrity. He underscored CM Jagan’s commitment to truthfulness in politics, contrasting it with the rhetoric of his opponents.
Nani also addressed the remarks made by Chandrababu Naidu, stating that the 2024 elections would mark the end of Naidu’s political career. He urged the public to support CM Jagan, whom he described as blessed by both the people and divine forces, urging them to cast their votes wisely in the upcoming parliamentary and legislative elections.

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