/The first order by CM Jagan is three times the pension of poor old people, the relief given to the unemployed youth

The first order by CM Jagan is three times the pension of poor old people, the relief given to the unemployed youth

YS Jagan Mohan Reddy sworn in as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh on Thursday. On assuming charge, Jagan started working on completing 9 promises ‘Navratanulu’ in his party’s election manifesto. With immediate effect, he issued orders to provide relief to poor old and unemployed rural youth. After the split of Andhra Pradesh in 2014, Jagan’s party YSR Congress won 151 seats out of 175 in the first assembly elections.


After reaching the ceremony at the IGMC stadium in Vijaywada, Jagan took the jeep in the open jeep and took thousands of people who arrived there. First Christian pastor, Muslim cleric and Hindu priest prayed for After this, at around 12.23 pm, Governor ESL Narasimhan administered oath of oath to 46-year-old Jagan. After this, Jagan thanked the public for giving a passionate speech. Jagan, son of former state chief minister Rajasekhara Reddy (YSR), sworn in Telugu.

Chief Minister of Telangana Chandrasekhar Rao, DMK president MK Stalin were also present. However, despite the invitation, Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chairman Chandrababu Naidu did not arrive in the ceremony. On the stage, Jagan’s mother and YSR Congress President YS Vijayaamma, his wife Bharati and sister Sharmila were also sitting with other family members. Members of Jagan’s Cabinet are likely to be sworn in on June 7.
Poor pension of poor old men
Jagan gave his first order as CM to increase the old age pension for the poor. They signed a file as soon as they swore, in which the pension of the poor elderly was increased from Rs.1000 per month to 3 thousand rupees.

Four lakh rural youth also get government jobs

With the increase of the pension of the elderly, Jagan opened a ray of hope for the unemployed educated youth of the rural areas as well. Jagan announces to start the appointment process of nearly 4 lakh gram workers in the proposed ‘Gram Secretariats’ till August 15 this year. Jagan said that every village employee will be given an honorarium of 5 thousand rupees per month for getting a good job. Their work will be to get relief from the government’s relief schemes to get the benefit of their village residents.

12.5 thousand rupees aid to farmers every year

Jagan’s party’s election manifesto included the implementation of the scheme ‘Vrishi Shree’ giving financial assistance of Rs. 12.5 thousand per year to the farmers, implementation of prohibition of liquor in the state and granting financial aid of Rs. 10 thousand to patients suffering from serious diseases. is. Jagan says that all these promises will be completed soon.
Application of welfare schemes will be dissolved in 72 hours
Jagan announced that the application of any kind of welfare scheme would be passed within 72 hours. Also, from the day of Independence, a call center will be opened in the Chief Minister’s office, on which any person will be able to complain about any kind of corruption.

Father’s clock in hand

Jagan, who did not wear a wrist watch ever, was seen wearing a golden watch in hand during the swearing-in ceremony. According to party workers, the same clock used to wear his father late Rajshekhar Reddy too. It is believed that the wearing of this watch of Jagan is silenced as it is that in his reign, the ‘golden period’ of his father’s tenure will be extended.

Within a few hours of taking over as the new Chief Minister, Jagan ordered that the sanction of all such projects before April 1, 2019 will be canceled, on which the work has started now. All these projects were approved by the previous government led by Chandrababu Naidu. This decision has been taken against the policy of zero tolerance against corruption of the new government. After reviewing all departments by Jagan in the first week of June, the next decision will be taken on these projects.

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