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Anantapur: YSRCP leaders shower praises on Jagan as Praja Sankalpa Yatra turns 3 years
MLA Padmavathi, MLC Shamanthaka Mani and others visit villages, highlight govt’s welfare schemes
Singanamala (Anantapur): MLA Jonnalagadda Padmavathi, MLC Shamanthaka Mani and chairman of State Higher Education Commission Aluri Sambasiva Reddy have been on a paďayatra spree in Singanamala constituency in Sivapuram village for over a couple of days to mark YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's Praja Sankalpa Yatra which began three years ago.
People participated in large numbers enthusiastically hailing the YSRCP rule in the state.
Speaking on the occasion, Padmavati said that the Chief Minister had filled the lives of people with happiness and light. He made every day a Deepavali for people. He implemented 90 per cent of his promises he made to people in a span of 17 months after coming to power. With the support of the people, Padmavati said, she would strive for the industrialisation of all mandals, supply purified water to every village and develop every mandal with basic infrastructure. She also promised to visit every village shortly to ensure that all welfare schemes are catered to irrespective of political affiliations.
Sambasiva Reddy promised to develop the backward Singanamala constituency into an educated constituency by encouraging all parents to send their children to schools as education is the best gift that a parent can give to their child. MLC Shamanthaka Mani also spoke hailing the leadership of Jagan and denouncing the dubious role being played by N Chandrababu Naidu by creating hurdles for distribution of house sites to the poor.