CM Jagan Revolutionised Education

85% Govt Schools Revamped In Last 4.5 Years

Revenue Minister Dharmana Prasad Rao: Vishakapatnam, Vizianagaram new beacons of infrastructure development

 On the 22nd day of the Samajika Sadhikara bus yatra, YSRCP leaders representing the BC, SC, ST, and Minority communities converged in Etcherla constituency in Srikakulam district (North Zone) and Tadipatri constituency in Anantapur district (South Zone) to speak about the monumental strides that the party has taken to ensure social and political empowerment extended to backward communities under the leadership of CM Jagan.

Addressing an impressive crowd in Etcherla, Revenue Minister Dharmana Prasad Rao shed light on the remarkable infrastructure development leading to a spike in real estate sector in Andhra Pradesh. Emphasizing the positive impact of CM Jagan's governance, he noted, “Vishakapatnam and Vizianagaram are the new beacons of infrastructure development in Uttarandhra. It is because of CM Jagan's governance and policies that everyone is looking at UttarAndhra as the next industrial hub.” Not leaving a chance to slam TDP Chief Naidu for his partial treatment towards Vizag, he said, “Despite the central government's proposal on the capital, Chandrababu Naidu's decision to build Amaravati, disregarding Vizag, reflects a certain high-handedness. It is a clear indicative of how he wants only a handful capitalist cronies to flourish."

Delivering an electrifying speech, Deputy CM Peedika Rajannadora called upon the people to unite in support of the Samajika Sadhikara Yatra. He said, "During the TDP's regime, tribals were denied ministerial positions, but CM Jagan honored them all by appointing a Deputy Chief Minister from the tribal community. While Chandrababu set the pension eligibility at 65 years, CM Jagan lowered it to 60 years, ensuring more number of beneficiaries. Unlike Naidu's restriction on pension for those with five acres of land, CM Jagan extended benefits without such limitations, a testament to Jagan's humane approach."

Speaking at the Tadipatri event (South Zone), Minister Karumuri Venkata Nageswara Rao lauded CM Jagan's transformative initiatives in the education sector, stating, "CM Jagan has taken a revolutionary step by making English education accessible to underprivileged children. Government schools now compete with private counterparts. Under Nadu-Nedu, the entire school infrastructure has gotten a facelift that has further facilitated an increased enrollment of economically disadvantaged students. In the past four years alone, approximately Rs 7,112 crores have been dedicated to renovate  nearly 85% of all government schools, signaling a substantial investment in human capital - in building a formidable future.” 

MP Nandigam Suresh emphasized how imperative it is for Jagan Mohan Reddy to continue serving as the Chief Minister of the state. He said, "For the improvement of our education and medical sectors, for the well-being of our agriculture and farmers, we need Jagananna. He stands as the only leader who understands the hunger pangs of the poor, and at the same time is prioritising development and investment in human capital. CM Jagan’s leadership is indispensable for the holistic development of our state. We must unite to ensure a resounding victory for YSRCP in the upcoming polls."

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