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Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy – The New Indian Express

ByElla E. Kidwell

Jul 15, 2022

By Express press service

VISAKHAPATNAM: For the fourth consecutive year, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy credited Rs 261.52 crore to the bank accounts of 2,61,516 auto and taxi drivers under the YSR Vahana Mithra scheme.

Each beneficiary receives aid of Rs 10,000 under the scheme. Dressed in a khaki uniform of a car driver, the Chief Minister participated in the Vahana Mitra event at the Andhra University grounds in the city on Friday and interacted with the beneficiaries.

Addressing a well-attended meeting, the Chief Minister said in four phases that Rs 40,000 were credited to the bank accounts of each beneficiary. There was a huge difference between the YSRC government and the old TDP regime, as the former is committed to people’s welfare.

A total sum of Rs 1.65 lakh crore has been credited to the bank accounts of beneficiaries under various direct benefit transfer schemes in the most transparent manner and without any bias, he said. Jagan recalled that he promised to pay Rs 10,000 to every car and taxi driver during his Praja Sankalpa Yatra on May 14, 2018.

“Within four months of taking office, I kept my promise. Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, we implemented the Vahana Mitra program without any interruption despite the financial crisis,” he said. declared, and described the YSRC government as pro-poor. by them.

Stating that the social welfare schemes being implemented in the state are unparalleled and nowhere in any state in the country are they being implemented.

Despite the plethora of welfare schemes, the YSRC government borrowed less than the previous scheme. It was loot and stack during the previous TDP regime, but not now, Jagan claimed.

Jagan said their government was not for “four” wealthy people and an adopted son, and accused TDP leader N Chandrababu Naidu and his friendly media of spreading ducks and lies against the YSRC regime. The Chief Minister affirmed that he is honest and committed to the cause of the people.

Therefore, he has people’s support and God’s blessings. If eligible car and tax drivers are left out in the fourth phase of Vahana Mitra, they will have the opportunity to reapply for the program, he said. During the previous regime, Rs 40 to Rs 50 crore per annum was collected from motorists in the form of fines. Unlike the TDP scheme, the fines levied in the YSRC government are very low, he said.

Transport Minister Pinipe Viswarup said Jagan had put in place social welfare programs covering all sections of the population. Naidu will stop all welfare schemes if he returns to power. Therefore, all YSRC activists should work as soldiers and take advantage of government welfare programs to get a massive mandate again, he urged.

VMRDA Chairman Akkaramani Vijaya Nirmala said there is transparent government in the state and there is no corruption in the implementation of social welfare schemes. Hariaram, a beneficiary of Gajuwaka, said they could meet the vehicle fitness expenses and insurance premium with Rs 10,000 granted to them under Vahana Mitra.

VISAKHAPATNAM: For the fourth consecutive year, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy credited Rs 261.52 crore to the bank accounts of 2,61,516 auto and taxi drivers under the YSR Vahana Mithra scheme. Each beneficiary receives aid of Rs 10,000 under the scheme. Dressed in a khaki uniform of a car driver, the Chief Minister participated in the Vahana Mitra event at the Andhra University grounds in the city on Friday and interacted with the beneficiaries. Addressing a well-attended meeting, the Chief Minister said in four phases that Rs 40,000 were credited to the bank accounts of each beneficiary. There was a huge difference between the YSRC government and the old TDP regime, as the former is committed to people’s welfare. A total sum of Rs 1.65 lakh crore has been credited to the bank accounts of beneficiaries under various direct benefit transfer schemes in the most transparent manner and without any bias, he said. Jagan recalled that he had promised to pay 10,000 rupees to every car and taxi driver during his Praja Sankalpa Yatra on May 14, 2018. “Within four months of taking office, I fulfilled my promise . Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been implementing the Vahana Mitra program without any interruption despite the financial crisis,” he said, and described the YSRC government as pro-poor, always on the lookout. their sides. Stating that the social welfare schemes being implemented in the state are unparalleled and nowhere in any state in the country are they being implemented. Despite the plethora of welfare schemes, the YSRC government borrowed less than the previous scheme. It was loot and stack during the previous TDP regime, but not now, Jagan claimed. Jagan said their government was not for “four” wealthy people and an adopted son, and accused TDP leader N Chandrababu Naidu and his friendly media of spreading ducks and lies against the YSRC regime. The Chief Minister affirmed that he is honest and committed to the cause of the people. Therefore, he has people’s support and God’s blessings. If eligible car and tax drivers are left out in the fourth phase of Vahana Mitra, they will have the opportunity to reapply for the program, he said. During the previous regime, Rs 40 to Rs 50 crore per annum was collected from motorists in the form of fines. Unlike the TDP scheme, the fines levied in the YSRC government are very low, he said. Transport Minister Pinipe Viswarup said Jagan had put in place social welfare programs covering all sections of the population. Naidu will stop all welfare schemes if he returns to power. Therefore, all YSRC activists should work as soldiers and take advantage of government welfare programs to get a massive mandate again, he urged. VMRDA Chairman Akkaramani Vijaya Nirmala said there is transparent government in the state and there is no corruption in the implementation of social welfare schemes. Hariaram, a beneficiary of Gajuwaka, said they could meet the vehicle fitness expenses and insurance premium with Rs 10,000 granted to them under Vahana Mitra.