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Volunteers, ‘Gruhasaradhulu’ should serve people in tandem: Vijayasai Reddy

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National general secretary of YSRCP and Regional Coordinator of South Coastal districts and MP, V Vijayasai Reddy has asked the volunteers and ‘Gruhasaradhulu’ to work towards the welfare of people and to protect their interests.

Vijayasai Reddy held a meeting in Tsundur in the Vemuru constituency and reviewed various issues. Speaking on the occasion, Vijayasai Reddy called for the volunteers, ‘Gruhasaradhulu and convenors of secretariats to work in coordination with the aim of public benefits and welfare.

Vijayasai Reddy gave answers to the issues raised by them on the occasion. He said that he would accept the suggestions given in the meeting and try to resolve some of the problems. He said that he would bring to the party’s attention how justice should be given to the Gruhasaradhulu and provide them with insurance cover.

The YSRCP MP said that Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy’s government is a people’s government that is working tirelessly for the development of the weaker sections as well as the poor in the upper castes.

He claimed that more than 87% of households in this state are getting at least one of the benefits of welfare schemes being implemented by the government, adding that the government will implement development schemes without taking any step back.

Vijaysai Reddy recalled that the YSRCP had assured of providing 50 percent reservations for women and a private member’s bill had been introduced in the Parliament to provide reservation for women. The Jagan Mohan Reddy-headed government is working towards understanding and resolving the village-level problems not only in the constituency but also at the mandal level, he stated.

He asked them to take the problems, if any, to the notice of the district president and MP Mopidevi Venkataramana and otherwise inform him. Meanwhile, Vijayasai Reddy announced Rs 25 lakh funds for the development of Dindupalem village from the MPLAD funds.

Minister for Social Welfare Meruguga Nagarjuna said that he would take the problems to the notice of the Chief Minister if they were not resolved at the district level.

MP Mopidevi Venkataramana reiterated that welfare scheme benefits are being provided irrespective of party affiliations, impartially and transparently.

The welfare schemes, being implemented by the AP government, are not being implemented in any other state in the country, he claimed.

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