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Government will extend schemes for all beneficiaries: Deputy Chief Minister
Deputy Chief Minister K Narayana Swamy has declared that Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is determined to keep the administration free from corruption so that welfare schemes are extended to all eligible beneficiaries irrespective of their caste, creed and community.
Chittoor: Deputy Chief Minister K Narayana Swamy has declared that Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is determined to keep the administration free from corruption so that welfare schemes are extended to all eligible beneficiaries irrespective of their caste, creed and community.
Addressing a meeting in GD Nellore on Thursday, the Deputy Chief Minister gave a call to people to extend their support for strengthening the hands of the Chief Minister. He stated his government's immediate task is to develop the villages by effectively enforcing all the schemes enlisted in Navaratnalu.
Narayana Swamy, who is also Excise and Commercial Taxes Minister, has mentioned that the State government is contemplating to implement Amma Vodi scheme in a transparent manner. "The government would remit Rs 15,000 each into the accounts of mothers, who have been sending their children to government schools under Amma Vodi scheme, on or before January 26. Likewise, each farmer in the State would be given an assistance of Rs 12,500 by October 2 as per the promise made by the Chief Minister," he stated.
The Excise Minister described the government's decision of prohibition as the gift of the Chief Minister to women in the State. Earlier, Narayana was given a rousing welcome by YSRCP leaders and workers.