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I stand with the poor: Jagan

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Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s visit to Kurnool brought the city to a standstill as throngs of people poured onto the streets to greet him during his road show.
Speaking at a massive public gathering in Yemmiganur village as part of his ‘Memantha Siddham’ yatra, Chief Minister Jagan expressed his readiness to stand with the poor in the electoral battle against the affluent on May 13.
Addressing the assembled multitude, he highlighted the transformative strides made in the education sector during his tenure, emphasising efforts to provide job opportunities to graduates through curriculum reforms.
Chief Minister Jagan elucidated various schemes aimed at benefiting schoolchildren, including ‘Amma Vodi’ and the provision of tablets and bilingual textbooks, underscoring the goal of elevating government schools to the standards of private institutions.
He underscored the government’s commitment to providing equitable education to all children, regardless of their socio-economic background, and lauded initiatives such as the allocation of house titles to 31 lakh women beneficiaries.
Chief Minister Jagan criticized his predecessor’s unfulfilled promises and pledged to secure victory against such “fraudsters, ” asserting that the upcoming elections would shape the future of millions in Andhra Pradesh.”
Encouraging supporters to disseminate the government’s achievements door-to-door, he outlined ambitious electoral targets while highlighting the party’s commitment to uplifting the marginalized.
Furthermore, Chief Minister Jagan highlighted the party’s endorsement of candidates from humble backgrounds, citing the example of Veeranjaneyulu, a YSRCP MLA candidate whose educational qualifications surpass those of his opponent, Chandrababu Naidu.

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