YSRCP: CM Jagan’s Era Marked by Unprecedented All-Round Development

Minister Dharmana Prasad Rao: CM Jagan narrowing the gap between rich and the poor

Amidst a sea of fluttering blue, white and green flags, the resounding chorus of 'Jai Jai Jai Jagan!' echoed in Parvathipuram Manyam today, rekindling the fervor among the YSRCP cadre and supporters. YSRCP's bus yatra, aptly named 'Samajika Sadhikara Yatra,' is now surging with remarkable momentum across Andhra Pradesh. With three simultaneous yatras happening each day, the 'Wheels of Social Empowerment' are propelling the party's vision throughout the state.


On the 13th day of the yatra, important events unfolded in Parvathipuram (Manyam district), Pedakurapadu (Palnadu district), and Thamballapalle (Annamayya district).


In Parvathipuram, significant YSRCP leaders including Deputy Chief Minister Budi Muthayala Naidu, Deputy Chief Minister and Minister of Tribal Welfare Peedika Rajanna Dora, Education Minister and Regional Coordinator Botcha Satyanarayana, Revenue Minister Dharmana Prasad Rao, and Parvathipuram MLA Alajangi Jogarao actively participated and addressed an immense crowd that had gathered.


Highlighting the solid developments undertaken by the YSRCP government in Andhra Pradesh, Revenue Minister Dharmana Prasad Rao emphasized, "Many question the substantial investment in the education of school children by the YSRCP government. Our focus is on fostering the state's growth by empowering the backbone of our society - our children. CM Jagan envisions investing in our children, ensuring that the financial constraints of parents do not hinder their children's opportunities. The extensive development undertaken by the YSRCP in Andhra Pradesh across various sectors is narrowing the gap between the rich and the poor, showcasing Jagan's unwavering dedication to uplift the underprivileged."


The Minister also took a jibe at Chandrababu Naidu for deceiving the people of Andhra Pradesh throughout his five-year tenure as Chief Minister, He said, "In the 2014 elections, Chandrababu Naidu misled the public by making promises he failed to fulfill. He betrayed farmers, women and all classes in every region. On one side, there is a leader true to his commitments, while on the other, we see a leader immersed in falsehoods and deceit."


Speaking at the public meeting, Deputy Chief Minister Rajanna Dora underscored that CM Jagan deserves all credit for implementing revolutionary measures in education, health, and agriculture. He urged people to recognize the stark contrast between the YSRCP and previous TDP governments, noting that in the past, progress often required bribery, whereas today, services are conveniently delivered to homes. 


He also highlighted the noticeable transformation not only in the state but also in the lives of the people under the YSRCP's leadership, emphasising the positive shift from the marginalized sections in the society, asserting that the SC, ST, BC, and minority communities have been given positions of importance and respect.

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