YSRC claims to have fulfilled 80% promises made by Jagan during poll campaigns in 100 days


The YSR Congress Party (YSRCP), which came in the power with the rousing majority, is all busy implementing its “Navratanalu”, or the nine promises made by the party supremo YS Jaganmohan Reddy during the ‘Praja Sankalp Padayatra’.

YS Jaganmohan Reddy, during his 3,648-km-long statewide ‘Praja Sankalp Padayatra’, which began on November 6, 2017, and ended in January this year, had made nine big promises and after coming to power, the YSRCP chief is a busy man fulfilling those.

The party claims that in just four months of assuming power, it has fulfilled 80 per cent of its poll promises including assurance of jobs under Village and Ward Secretariats.

The YSRCP government on October 4 is going to launch the ‘YSR Vahana Mitra’ scheme that provides Rs 10,000 annually to owner-driven auto and cab drivers on October 4.

Following this, the government on October 10 will launch “YSR Kanti Velugu”, a five-phased program under which free eye checkup and treatment would be provided.

Keeping the large farming community in mind, YS Jaganmohan Reddy will launch its flagship ‘YSR Rythu Bharosa’ on October 15 under which Rs 12,500 would be given to all farmers including tenant farmers of the state as farm input.

YS Jaganmohan Reddy had also announced that his government will be distributing house pattas to 25 lakh homeless people by the next Ugadi festival.

Another poll promise of providing jobs to 75 per cent locals was implemented by the government by passing legislation in the state assembly.

The government has also increased “YSR Arogyashri”, under which any individual with an annual income of up to Rs 5 lakh can avail the Universal Health Card and avail treatments in 150 multi-speciality hospitals including corporate hospitals of Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai.

Further, the government has also provided 50 per cent reservations to SC, ST, OBC, and minorities in nominated posts and 50 per cent reservations for women in the nominated post for weaker sections.

Another flagship promise “Amma Vudi” will be launched on January 26 next year in which the government will provide Rs 15,000 assistance to all mothers who send their children to school.

The government claims that in the first 100 days it has fulfilled100 promises including some major and some minor ones.

Source By Indiatoday


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