Chandrababu Decieved AP, 600 Promises Remain On Papers

 

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has come to power with a promise of developing the residuary state on a fast track. He made 600 plus promises to the people assuring them of all round development.  Practically, not a single promise was fulfilled in the four year of his rule except projecting in the media a false propaganda on his government's achievements.
The CM pushed the state into the debt trap by spending lavishly on his accommodation and world tours on chartered flights.  He boasted himself that AP will be promoted as the developed state in the country but no concrete efforts were made towards this end.

 The construction of world class capital city in Amaravati, Rs 5,000 crore stabilisation fund to rescue the distressed farmers, waivers of DWACRA loans and farmers loans and remunerative price to agriculture produce remained unfulfilled. 

Lack of allocation of funds to the NTR Agrogya Seva left many poor to undergo medical treatment on their own.  The promise of Rs 2,000 unemployment dole to the youth was not yet implemented.  Getting opportunity to serve the government was still a distant dream for the youth as the government neglected to fill nearly 1.24 lakh vacancies. 
The Chandrababu government spent crores of rupees on conducting business seminars but drew no positive response. Creation of lakhs of job opportunities, as claimed by Naidu, also not fulfilled.

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