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PNS | Vijayawada

Advisor to the AP Government (Public Affairs) Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy has lauded the efforts of the Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy in bringing government administration to the doorsteps of the public. The ‘Jagananna Surakasha’ programme has successfully reached out to 1.46 crore families across 26 districts in the State. As part of his commitment to serving the public, CM Jagan plans to conduct this mass outreach programme twice per annum.

Ramakrishna Reddy highlighted a significant development in Amaravati regarding housing for the poor in the R5 Zone. He described it as a battle between the poor and the wealthy, with CM Jagan standing firmly in support of the poor and his political opponent Chandrababu Naidu seemingly favoruing the wealthy. Ramakrishna Reddy defended the government’s decision to provide houses to the poor and emphasised the importance of having a society that includes marginalised communities like SC, ST, BC, Minorities, and the economically disadvantaged.

Regarding Amaravati’s development, Ramakrishna Reddy pointed out that the lands given under the Land Pooling System were misused for real estate ventures, rather than serving their intended purpose. He also praised the government’s efforts in improving Amaravati’s infrastructure, including the construction of roads and enhancing connectivity through the ongoing bypass project.

Addressing criticism from Chandrababu Naidu, Ramakrishna Reddy asserted that the Jagan government has been working diligently on various projects despite facing opposition. He challenged Naidu to present his achievements during the five years of Telugu Desam government.

Ramakrishna Reddy also accused Naidu’s administration of mishandling debts and alleged that Jagan’s government has been more responsible in utilising funds for welfare schemes, ensuring direct benefits reach the people through the DBT system.

In response to the interim stay on the construction of houses for the poor in Amaravati by the AP High Court, Ramakrishna Reddy announced the government’s decision to approach the Supreme Court to challenge the ruling.

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