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PNS | Visakhapatnam

Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has reiterated the demand for Special Status Category to the State and asserted that every penny is being utilised effectively and transparently for the welfare of the people.

Jagan Mohan Reddy emphasised the strong and cordial relations between the YSRC government and the BJP government at the Centre and said both are working in tandem for the development of Andhra Pradesh.

Speaking on the nature of this partnership, CM Jagan said,  “Our association with the Centre is beyond politics and we have no agenda other than the development of the State.”

The CM thanked Prime Minister Modi for responding positively to most of the appeals made by him. The CM said, “On behalf of the people of Andhra Pradesh, I humbly request the PM to resolve the issues related to the promises made during the State bifurcation, Special Category Status,Visakhapatnam Railway Zone, and the Vizag Steel Plant.”

Furthermore, the Chief Minister reassured the PM that the State government made proper use of every rupee of its revenues and the Centre-allotted funds with full transparency for the welfare of the people. He also highlighted that revolutionary changes brought about in the fields of education, agriculture, women’s welfare, medical and health, social justice, and development in a span of just three years.

“As our State is yet to recover from the deep wound sustained eight years ago, every help and every initiative you give us, be it grants, institutions, or help in any form will be enormously helpful in restructuring and reshaping our State and leapfrog to the national stream. Every additional financial aid given will strengthen the rebuilding efforts of our government and act as a balm for soothing the eight-year-old wound,’’ he said.

Thanking the PM profusely on behalf of the people for laying foundation stones and inaugurating projects worth Rs 10, 742 crore, the Chief Minister appealed for the continued support of the Centre for the development of the State. Quoting revolutionary writer Sri Sri, social reformer Gurazada, and poet-lyricist Vangapandu, the Chief Minister thanked the people for attending the public meeting in large numbers and turning the city into a sea of humanity.

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