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People ready to vote YSRCP back to power: Minister Rajini

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Minister for Health Vidadala Rajini exuded confidence that the people of the state would elect the YSRCP again in the forthcoming elections as 99% of the assurances had been fulfilled.
Vidadala Rajini, flanked by MLA Maddali Giridhar, released wall posters for the ‘Siddam’ meeting in the YSRCP office here on Monday. Talking to the media on the occasion, she said that Jagan Mohan Reddy had fulfilled 99% of the assurances that he had given during the last elections in the manifesto. “The YSRCP has achieved development while at the same time implementing welfare schemes,” she claimed.
The Health Minister said that so far the ‘Siddam’ meeting had been organized at three places. The fourth meeting will be held on March 3 at Medarametla. She called upon people to attend the meeting and make it a big success.
Taking a dig at Chandrababu Naidu, she flayed that with the fear of defeat, the TDP and JSP allied. But Jagan Mohan Reddy has aligned with the people of the state, she asserted.
MLA Maddali Giridhar also spoke. YSRCP city women wing president Jhansi, Market yard chairman Nimmakayala Rajanarayana deputy mayor Vajrababu and library parishad chairman Battula Devanand were among those present.
Later, Health Minister Vidadala Rajini visited the Saint Joseph General Hospital here on Monday.  She went around the wards and interacted with the staff. She lauded the services of Saint Joseph Hospital which is being run by the JMJ organisation.
The medical and health sector was bolstered during the YSRCP regime, she highlighted. The poor in the state are getting medical treatment in the corporate hospitals because of Jagan Mohan Reddy, she said and added, “The government is constructing 17 medical colleges in the state. For the flagship Arogyasri scheme, the government spends over Rs 4,000.”
Hospital chief Sister Glady, hospital in-charge Sister Showry and differently-abled corporation chairman Mumtaj Pathan were among those who were present.

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