Samajika Sadhikara Yatra in Rapthadu

YSRCP: CM Jagan allocated ₹2,500 crores for the development of Rapthadu

MP Nandigama Suresh: Despite a pandemic, 99% promises fulfilled by CM Jagan

 After the successful completion of two phases of Samajika Sadhikara Yatra, the YSRCP resumed the third phase with a huge political fervour in Rapthadu assembly constituency in Sri Satya Sai district (South Zone) today. The yatra witnessed a multitude of people from various backward communities, making the ruling party’s social empowerment yatra a big success. 

Leaders representing BC, SC, ST, and Minority communities actively participated in the yatra emphasizing the social, political, and welfare along with development done by the YSRCP government under the able leadership of CM Jagan over the last 4.5 years.

While addressing a sea of supporters, Minister of Labour Gummanur Jayaram lauded CM Jagan as a beacon of hope for BC, SC, ST, and Minority communities, crediting him for their social and political empowerment. He also took a dig at the opposition TDP-JSP alliance and said, “Chandrababu and Pawan Kalyan must understand that their parties' future in AP is not guaranteed. People are all set to place their trust in Jagan and reinstate him as the chief minister in 2024.”

MP Nandigama Suresh drew a parallel between CM Jagan and the previous TDP government, stating, “CM Jagan fulfilled 99% of the promises outlined in the 2019 election manifesto and diligently implemented all welfare schemes despite the financial challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. In contrast, Chandrababu Naidu consistently sought ways to evade fulfilling manifesto promises, impeding the welfare of the underprivileged.”

MLA Thopudurthi Prakash Reddy highlighted, “For three consecutive years, we supplied water to the Peruru tank. In the fourth year, the dam reached full capacity due to abundant rains. We also secured three reservoirs. CM Jagan allocated ₹2,500 crores to beneficiaries in the Rapthadu constituency through both DBT (direct benefit transfer) and non-DBT methods.”

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