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CM Jagan interacts with Mylavaram cadre

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Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy interacted with party activists of Mylavaram Assembly constituency and called upon them to reach out to the people to explain the welfare schemes being implemented by the government.

During the meeting held at the camp office here on Thursday, he said that party activists should examine whether every scheme is reaching people or not. “We have provided welfare schemes to 89 percent of the houses in Mylavaram constituency. Our target is to achieve 175 constituencies in the ensuing elections which can be achieved through door-to-door campaigns. In these three-and-a-half years, around Rs 900 crore has reached the houses of the constituency through Direct Cash Transfer (DBT) under various schemes,” he said.

While participating in the door-to-door programmes, the activists should identify the people in the wards who are not getting benefited out of the schemes even if they are eligible and ensure the implementation of schemes for them during the door-to-door campaign, he said. On the other hand, Rs 20 lakh was allocated for development works in each secretariat. Booth committees will be appointed from January with each Secretariat as a unit.

Highlighting the welfare activities in the villages, he said that revolutionary changes were brought in the villages by introducing English medium instruction and revamping the schools under the ‘Nadu -Nedu’ program. In the next six months, digital classrooms will be introduced at the schools. Apart from that, ‘Rythu Bharosa Kendrams’, ‘Village Clinics’ and ‘Family Doctor’ concept are also changing the environment in the villages, he said.

Mylavaram MLA Vasantha Venkata Krishna Prasad, party regional coordinators Alla Ayodhyarami Reddy (MP), Marri Rajasekhar (former MLA) and others were also present.

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