AP chief minister YS Jagan assures to provide 4 lakh jobs by August 15
- YS Jagan promises to provide four lakh jobs in the state
- He also promised to ban liquor in the state
Andhra Pradesh chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy assured to provide four lakh jobs to youth in the state by August 15, 2019. He also promised to ban liquor in the state in three phases aiming to prohibit it completely by the end of his tenure.
YS Jagan said that volunteers will be appointed for each and every village. One volunteer will be appointed for every 50 houses in the village with a salary of Rs 5,000 per month.
He also announced for a corruption-free rule in the state and asked the people to accord six months time for complete change the administration.
The YSRCP chief has taken oath as second chief minister of Andhra Pradesh here at Indira Gandhi Municipal stadium in Vijayawada where all the leaders of the party, Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and DMK chief Stalin were seen.