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Vijaysai Reddy offers to resolve water crisis

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YSRCP Nellore Lok Sabha candidate V Vijaysai Reddy has assured of resolving on a permanent basis the water crisis in Udayagiri Assembly constituency.
Addressing a public meeting, after holding a roadshow at Srirampuram on Thursday, Vijaysai Reddy assured of resolving the drinking water and irrigation water shortage in the Udayagiri constituency on a permanent basis, if the YSRCP was voted to power again. He recalled that a nine kilometer road was constructed from Polamgaripalli to Gandamvaripalli and a 10 kilometer road was constructed from Bedusupalli to Krishnampalle.
He also promised to complete the Somasila project works expeditiously. The Veligonda project works would be completed soon and water would be released from the project to fill irrigation tanks, he said, and appealed to the people to play a vital role in deciding the future of the state by electing the YSRCP in the next elections. He also appealed to the voters not to extend support to the leaders who betrayed the YSRCP by quitting the party and asked to teach the lesson.
“Jagan Mohan Reddy carried out a marathon padayatra before the 2019 elections and knew the problem of people. After coming to power, he resolved many issues and implemented various welfare schemes for the poor,” Vijayasai Reddy claimed. Jagan Reddy has given a welfare government successfully for five years, he said.
“The Opposition parties have launched malicious campaigns against the YSRCP and Jagan Mohan Reddy and made baseless allegations,” he lashed out, adding that the Opposition parties were shivering at seeing the overwhelming support to Jagan Mohan Reddy from the people, Vijaysai Reddy observed.
Vijaysai Reddy promised to the people of Nellore Lok Sabha constituency and accessible to them and resolve their grievances. YSRCP MLA candidate Mekapati Rajagopal Reddy said that a new manifesto would be unveiled soon. He dismissed the allegations being made by the Opposition party leaders against volunteers. Earlier a huge rally was taken out from LVR College to the bus station.

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