Chandrababu Naidu sought Centre’s help to end DBT schemes, says Jagan Reddy

Naidu sought Centre's help to end DBT schemes, says Jagan Reddy

CM Jagan Mohan Reddy on Tuesday claimed that Chandrababu Naidu had sought help from the central government to end the current distribution of welfare in the state.

Addressing an election rally at Rajanagaram in East Godavari district, he alleged that the former chief minister, through his sister-in-law D. Purandeswari, who is the state BJP president State, had sought help from the Centre.

“They are putting pressure on the Election Commission to block DBT financial assistance for the state’s ongoing social programs like pensions and input subsidies, among others,” the YSR party president said in Congress.

“You are all witnesses to the drama orchestrated by Chandrababu Naidu. The people are electing a government which will rule the state for five years. But Chandrababu Naidu and his alliance partner in Delhi are creating major controversies to inflict suffering on the people,” a said Jagan Mohan. Reddy.

Stating that people have been receiving pensions at their doorsteps for the past five years, he alleged that because of Chandrababu Naidu, people are now running from pillar to post to collect relief.

“Won’t the elderly respond with redoubled vigor to bring Jagan back to power and restore pension services? he questioned and pointed out that Chandrababu Naidu found himself in trouble by orchestrating such plots, leading the chief minister to engage in legal battles.

He said this marks a new low for democracy.

“Over the past 59 months, we have designed a social calendar that outlines program distributions every month, ensuring that promises will be fulfilled on time and that the YSR Congress will return to power on June 4 and within a week, we will accelerate all program distributions,” he said. .

He said that every resident of the state is aware of the projects that the opposition is trying to orchestrate.

“Women, the elderly and the youth must be vigilant. The power of the people lies in their vote, and they will use it resoundingly to make their voices heard in Delhi,” he said, appealing to the people to vote for the YSR. Congress in the May 13 elections.

Alleging that TDP is offering money to voters, Jagan Mohan Reddy advised them to accept. “Accept the money that Chandrababu offers… don’t refuse it. It rightfully belongs to us. It was Jagan who started DBT ensuring that it reached the poor. Chandrababu Naidu, however, distributes our funds by taking them away from us But when you vote, think about the positive impact and the social measures that the government has proposed to you,” he said.

Addressing another public meeting in Srikakulam, Jagan Mohan Reddy said the people had witnessed the development of North Andhra Pradesh.

He claimed that from 3 districts to 6 districts. From 3 SPs/collectors to 6 SPs/collectors, the government has decentralized the administration over the last 59 months.

He reiterated that in a few months, under the three capitals plan, Visakhapatnam will be the executive capital.

He said that on June 4, he would take oath as chief minister in Visakhapatnam.