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Yanamala Ramakrishnudu allays fears over smart pulse survey
Finance minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu said the government would not stop welfare schemes, including supply of ration to beneficiaries, on the basis of smart pulse survey.
Amaravati: Finance minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu said the government would not stop welfare schemes, including supply of ration to beneficiaries, on the basis of smart pulse survey.
Answering to the questions of members during the question hour on Wednesday, Ramakrishnudu said the aim of the survey is to synchronise the data of beneficiaries to the government schemes.
The migrants also would get benefits based on the information, he clarified. The survey was conducted treating each family as one unit, he explained. The minister said the smart pulse survey was different from the survey on population census.