Weavers shared their problems with the AP Leader of Opposition YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. The loans offered to societies are being released by the local panchayats and decided by Janmabhoomi committees. They also sought free power supply of 150 units. Toddy tappers sought an insurance of at least 5 lakhs in the event of death by accident.
The potters said the clay soil was in short supply because all the lakes had been dug up. The members from Rajaka community requested for 150 units of free power, the sheep and goat rearers sought a grazing land for their livestock. YS Jagan assured all support to ease their problems and to improve their living standards under Rajanna Rajyam.
Addressing the public, YS Jagan said, every child sent to school will receive a support fund of Rs. 15,000. The government would also roll out the fee reimbursement scheme for Engineering and Medical courses. Students of these courses will also receive Rs 20,000 towards hostel charges. Women from SC,ST,BC and minority communities over 45 years, will be given a monthly pension.