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‘Vote YSRCP for welfare’ Jagan says while Naidu is looking to loot AP, PK is getting him votes

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Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has urged the public to support YSRCP’s initiative, which ensures 50% reservation for women in nominated positions.
Addressing a public gathering in Tuni of Kakinada district as part of his ‘Memantha Siddham Yatra’ on Friday evening, the Chief Minister accused Chandrababu of seeking to loot Andhra Pradesh and Pawan Kalyan of campaigning to bolster TDP’s votes. He labelled the opposition alliance as a facade, asserting Chandrababu’s ultimate authority despite having coalition partners.
Regarding Purandeswari, the current BJP chief, Chief Minister Jagan remarked, “She initially aligned with Congress but later shifted allegiance, indirectly aiding Chandrababu.”
Expressing gratitude for the overwhelming support, Chief Minister Jagan emphasised the impending election, urging the crowd to rally behind the YSRCP government, which he claims defends the dignity of every household in the state.
Chief Minister Jagan said the electoral contest is a class struggle between the impoverished backed by his administration and the capitalist interests led by Chandrababu and his allies. He called upon the public to defeat this anti-poor coalition, emphasising that the election is pivotal for the continuity of welfare programmes over the next five years.
Encouraging voters to support YSRCP, Chief Minister Jagan warned that failure to do so would jeopardise the continuation of welfare schemes, contrasting it with Chandrababu’s alleged hollow promises.
He underscored the significance of voting for YSRCP, highlighting the revival of government services and financial aid for women beneficiaries. Chief Minister Jagan also cautioned against Chandrababu’s return to power, predicting a halt to welfare measures and exploitation of the economically disadvantaged.
Enumerating the achievements of the YSRCP government, Chief Minister Jagan cited initiatives such as Rythu Bharosa Kendras, free crop insurance, and educational reforms like English medium instruction and Byju’s content in government schools. He pledged to uphold these initiatives if re-elected.
Jagan emphasised healthcare reforms, including village clinics, doorstep delivery of medicines, and the Arogyasri insurance scheme, warning of disruption should Chandrababu and his allies regain power.

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