YSR changed the destiny of AP: Sharmila

Smt. Sharmila showering her affection on an old lady during her Maro Praja Prasthanam Padayatra at Kothavalasa in Vizianagaram district on Monday.

Visakhapatnam, July 9,
2013: Asserting that the word ‘YSR’ had changed the destiny of Andhra Pradesh,
Smt. Y.S Sharmila said the very word had become a savior for the farmers in the

Addressing a mammoth
public meeting at Kothavalasa after leading her Maro Praja Prasthanam Padayatra
into Vizianagaram district Monday evening, she said the one word ‘YSR’ redefined
the real purpose of politics besides setting a precedent on how a leader should
work for the sake of people. In the process, it became a role model for the
future generation of politicians, she said.

Dwelling at length on
the welfare schemes introduced by YSR, she said the YSR regime had extended a
helping hand to the poor and the downtrodden. “Fee reimbursement scheme became
a boon for the poor students. And those who could not afford to go to corporate
hospitals found a panacea in the Arogya Sri Scheme,” she observed.

Smt. Sharmila said the
YSR regime had attained a permanent place in the history of the state as golden
period besides taking the Telugu pride and honour to greater heights in the

“YSR is the only CM who
ruled the state treating both welfare and development as his two eyes,” she
observed. “In fact, YSR started treating patients free of cost soon after
completing his medical education and entered into politics with a service

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