YSRCP MP Held Review On Welfare Schemes: Says PM Is Invited For The Inauguration of Schemes

YSRCP MP Held Review On Welfare Schemes: Says PM Is Invited For The Inauguration of Schemes
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YSR Congress national general secretary and Rajya Sabha MP VijayaSai Reddy said that his government was striving for people's welfare and that it would abolish the illegal constructions which belong to anyone irrespective of the parties.

YSR Congress national general secretary and Rajya Sabha MP VijayaSai Reddy said that his government was striving for people's welfare and that it would abolish the illegal constructions which belong to anyone irrespective of the parties. At the Visakha Collectorate on Saturday, Vijayasai Reddy held a review with all departments on social welfare schemes and advised the authorities should act harshly on the assailants and work in accordance the Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy's ambitions.

He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been invited as the chief guest of the inauguration of schemes like Raithu Bharaosa, Amma Odi and Free Town Distribution. According to Prime Minister Modi's availability, these programs will be scheduled. CM Jagan requested the central govt the continue the Andhra Bank name despite its merger in Andhra Bank. He said he wrote a letter to Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. Chief Minister has written a letter to the Center demanding the continuation of the Vishakha Railway Division, without merging it with Vijayawada Railway Division.

The MP has directed the authorities to ensure the welfare schemes carried out effectively. He said that Sachivalayam recruitment is carried out in the most transparent manner with the cooperation of the authorities. Also, he advised the authorities to strive for the development of the city. All measures are being taken to increase the shortage of sand. All measures are being taken to decrease the shortage of sand the MP asserted.

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