Youth, Women and Farmers Pour Out Their Woes Before YS Jagan

YSR Kadapa: Farmers, women and youth made a beeline and poured out their woes before YSR Congress party President President YS Jagan Mohan Reddy during his Padayatra  which entered fourth day on Thursday.  People accorded tumultuous welcome to YS Jagan in Paddannapadu village.  

Farmers explained YSR Congress leader the difficulties they were facing in getting farm loans from banks due to delay in the waiver of pending loan amount.  Youth told YS Jagan they were forced to migrate Bengaluru for employment as the chief minister Chandrababu Naidu's government not only  failed in providing job opportunities but also extending unemployment dole as promised in 2014 elections.  

Farmers said the chief minister assured them of  waiver of farm loans in third installment within 72 hours. They were yet to get the relief from loan burden.  Women also brought to YS Jagan's notice that the DWACRA loans were yet to be waived. As a result,  banks denied fresh loans to them.  The YSR Congress leader said good days are ahead for all sections of people in Andhra. 

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