YSRCP service activities in flood areas

YSRCP MLAs tour in the rain-affected areas

Observation of the damaged crops consoled the victims

 The torrential rains in Andhra in the last five, six days, have struck the state. The life of people is completely paralyzed in many areas of Nellore, Chittoor including the YSR district. Thousands of acres of crop is lost in water. Property loss is at one side while there were many casualties. While people are suffering in floods without proper food and water, Chandrababu is not even bothered about them. Chandrababu went to Chittoor for  his personal programs, however without even looking into the conditions experienced by the people, he returned back.

 The Opposition parties commented on the failure of the government in supporting the flood victims, and providing the necessities. The Leader of Opposition, YSRCP President YS Jagan insisted the YSRCP Leaders to visit the flood-affected areas on his behest, while the leaders travelled extensively. They had a look at the damaged crops and consoled the victims and supplied food and other essential commodities. To console the victims and ensure them YS Jagan woud visit the flood affected areas on Monday and Tuesday.

 The YSRCP leaders distributed the essential commodities to the flood victims in Rajampeta of YSR district. They met and consoled the people trapped in the flood zone of Mukundaari gadda and distributed the essential commodities. The Distict party chief Amarnath REddy, party leaders and activists participated in this program. In Nellore, MLA Anil kumar distributed food packets to the victims. Under the guidance of the MLA Narayanaswamy, of Chittoor, the leaders visited the flood areas.

The YSRCP leaders visited the West Godavari district where the crops are damaged. The district party president Kothapalli Subbarayudu, Party leaders and activists were a part of this program. Kothapalli demanded that immediate compensation should be given to the affected farmers. He asked the government to purchase the grain which changed colour from the farmers and support them.

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