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Sharmila registers poor households for Rs 5,000 monthly pensions

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President of the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC), YS Sharmila, has declared the Congress party’s commitment to supporting the impoverished people and fostering their development, unveiling a new initiative named ‘Indiramma Abhayam’.
Under this programme, she announced that every female head of household would receive Rs 5,000 per month, emphasising that these funds are designated for necessities and not for purchasing alcohol. Consequently, her party has resolved to deposit these funds directly into the accounts of the women beneficiaries.
In a ceremony held at the Putlamma Gattu area in Kondapalli, NTR district, YS Sharmila inaugurated the registration process for women’s enrollment in the ‘Indiramma Abhayam’ application on Saturday.
Addressing the gathering, she empathized with the challenges faced by women fulfilling roles as wives and mothers. Asserting the Congress party’s commitment to the welfare of the underprivileged, she affirmed that the ‘Indiramma Abhayam’ initiative would be implemented statewide, emphasizing its continuity irrespective of the party’s presence in either state or central governance.
Furthermore, she criticised the BJP for its failure to fulfil electoral pledges over the past decade. YS Sharmila Reddy also underscored the benefits that would accrue to the state upon securing Special Category Status from the central government, highlighting the potential influx of special funds. She criticized both the previous ruling party TDP and the current ruling party YSRCP for their inability to establish a capital for the state post-bifurcation, labeling it as a disgrace.
Moreover, she denounced both the TDP and YSRCP for their failure to facilitate the Mega DSC for the recruitment of thousands of teaching positions in the state. She attributed blame to Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and former Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu for their purported alignment with the BJP and their neglect of the Polavaram Project.
In light of the coalition between TDP, JSP, and BJP, YS Sharmila Reddy questioned the rationale behind their alliance, pointing out the lack of tangible benefits accrued to the state from their previous collaboration. She called upon these parties to justify their coalition to the public, highlighting their accountability to the electorate.

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