Scores of complaints against TDP rule

Srikakulam: Leader of Opposition in Andhra Pradesh Assembly and YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's popular mass contact initiative Praja Sankalpa Yatra is progressing successfully in the district. From all sections of the society, the mass leader is receiving scores of complaints against the TDP rule.
While V Bhanamma said she was for no reason expelled from the post of Field Assistant in the MNREGA scheme, Raja Rao from Chapara sought YS Jagan's assistance for the brain cancer treatment of his son. Several Village Revenue Assistants (VRAs) also met the YSRCP chief to pour out their woes. They sought job security for the VRA posts.
Students of Chapara Zilla Parishad School met YS Jagan and complained about the lack of books. We are asked to share one textbook between three, they lamented. Farmers of Pathapatnam also met the Opposition leader and said they were cheated by the TDP government after promising to waive loans.
Kota Bheemudu, a farmer from Jadupalli lost his crop in six axres of land in cyclone Titli. The government did not provide any compensation, he said to YS Jagan while villagers of Seetharamapalli said their ancestral land in 200 acres was being snatched away by the officials.
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