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CM revolutionised health, education sectors: Rajini

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YSRCP’s ‘Samajika Sadhikara’ bus yatra, was held in Pedakurapadu constituency in Palnadu district on Friday. It was marked by huge public response, particularly from the weaker sections.
Health Minister Vidadala Rajini, MPs Lavu Sri Krishnadevaraya, Nandigama Suresh, Mopidevi Venkataramana, MLAs Kolusu Parthasarathy, Sk Mohammad Mustafa, along with local MLA Namburu Sankara Rao, party district president Pinneli Rama Krishna Reddy and AP Electronic Media Advisor Mohammad Ali along with other senior leaders participated in the day’s events.
Addressing a huge gathering, Health Minister Vidadala Rajini said that social empowerment hinges on the growth of weaker sections within a society, attributing such progress to CM Jagan’s administration. The Minister highlighted initiatives such as AmmaVodi, Nadu-Nedu, Gorumudda, English Medium, BYJUs Tabs, and IFP panels, aimed at fostering educational development with the belief that education can significantly impact the lives of the underprivileged. She emphasized CM Jagan’s initiatives, including the introduction of Family Doctor, Jagananna Arogya Suraksha, Aarogyasri, and Arogya Asara schemes, which collectively aim to provide health assurance for everyone.
Pedakurapadu constituency MLA Namburu Sankara Rao said the YSRCP government in the last 4.5 years has resolved long-pending issues including the successful resolution of the Amaravati-Bellamkonda road which was developed at Rs 149 crore easing traffic congestion on the stretch. Subsequently, the MLA pledged to expedite the process of elevating the Amaravati region to a municipality. Furthermore, CM Jagan has promptly allocated Rs 60 crore for the construction of a bridge linking Krosur to Jaggayapeta which is considered very crucial in the region.
MLA Kolusu Parthasaradhi commended the YSRCP government, led by CM Jagan, for allocating nearly Rs 5 lakh crore towards the upliftment of the downtrodden in the society. He squarely criticized the TDP and Chandrababu Naidu, asserting that they failed to dedicate even 10% of the state budget to the development of backward communities, thereby neglecting to extend meaningful support to them. Extolling CM Jagan’s visionary commitment to uplifting underprivileged children through English-medium education, AP Electronic Media Advisor Ali praised the comprehensive development of all sectors in the state under CM Jagan’s leadership.
Recalling a poignant moment with the late Chief Minister YS Rajasekhar Reddy, Ali emphasised YSR’s prompt approval of Rs 15 lakh as aid for an actor. He said, “It serves as a poignant testament to the compassion that continues to flow in the veins, carrying forward the legacy of that great leader to Chief Minister Jagan.”Ali praised CM Jagan for his sensitivities to understand the struggles of the impoverished, showcasing a profound connection with the people of the state.

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