YSR Congress will always be the voice of the voiceless, says Jagan

Addressing the people of Andhra Pradesh from his camp office, YSRCP Chief Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy said that his party will always be the voice of the voiceless and promised to bounce back with the same courage.

“The election results are surprising to me — I did not expect such an outcome. We implemented Amma Vodi, benefiting 5.3 million students, and took steps for a bright future. For five years, 6.6 million elderly and disabled individuals received monthly pensions delivered to their doorsteps. Despite our efforts to support the elderly, it is surprising that we did not receive the mandate in return.” he said.

“We supported 1.5 lakh Cr Self Help Groups through welfare schemes such as Aasara, Sunna Vaddi, and Cheyutha. We brought revolutionary changes to government schools, enhancing infrastructure and the quality of education. Farmers received top priority through initiatives through Rythu Bharosa Kendras, giving input subsidy at the end of the season, free insurance, and free electricity for 9 hours during the day to name a few.” he further added

“We stood as a pillar of support for millions, pushing for self-employment through programs like Vahana Mitra, Chedodu, and Thodu. Our manifesto was considered a holy book, and we fulfilled 99% of our promises. From ensuring English-medium instruction in all government schools to welcoming educational opportunities like TOEFL and IB, we have made significant strides. We disbursed 2.7 lakh to the poor through DBT, and women’s empowerment and development were central to our efforts in every sector.” Jagan Mohan Reddy highlighted.

“Frauds and injustices were committed but there is no evidence to prove it. God knows what truly happened. There is nothing more I can do. Nonetheless, we remain committed to doing good. YSR Congress Party will always be the voice of the voiceless.” he said.

“No matter how hard the alliance parties tried, they couldn’t destroy our 40% vote bank. We will rise with the same courage in our hearts. Being in the opposition is not new to me, nor is fighting battles. Throughout my political journey, except for these past five years, I have always been in the opposition. I have fought battles and faced struggles. If more challenges come our way, we are ready to face them. I wish the new government all the best.” the chief minister said.

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