AP CM YS Jagan's Governance Has Boosted People's Confidence, says Sajjala

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Amaravati: Government Advisor (Public Affairs) Sajjala Rama Krishna Reddy participated in birthday celebrations of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister at YSRCP Central Office where a  photo exhibition, blood donation camp and planting of the saplings programme were held.

Speaking on the occasion, Sajjala Rama Krishna Reddy said the governance of Chief Minsiter YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has given confidence to the people on their future. He said the Chief Minister has been taking the state into the growth corridor with comprehensive development plans and added that the people’s support has rose to 70 percent in the local body elections compared to 50 percent in general elections. He said some vested interests have been putting all efforts to obstruct the good governance of the Chief Minister and asserted that no one believed  them and people should teach them a lesson in the upcoming elections. The function was attended by MLAs, MLCs and Party leaders.

Elsewhere in the State, the  celebrations were held on a grand note. Party leaders organised blood donation camps,  distributed fruits to the patients in the hospitals and clothes and essential commodities to the poor

Earlier, Government Advisor (Public Affairs) Sajjala Rama Krishna Reddy participated in birthday celebrations of the Chief Minister at YSRCP Central Office where a  photo exhibition, blood donation camp and planting of the saplings programme were held.

Speaking on the occasion, Sajjala Rama Krishna Reddy said the governance of Chief Minsiter YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has given confidence to the people on their future. He said the Chief Minister has been taking the state into the growth corridor with comprehensive development plans and added that the people’s support has rose to 70 percent in the local body elections compared to 50 percent in general elections. He said some vested interests have been putting all efforts to obstruct the good governance of the Chief Minister and asserted that no one believed  them and people should teach them a lesson in the upcoming elections. 

The function was attended by MLAs, MLCs and Party leaders. Elsewhere in the State, the  celebrations were held on a grand note. Party leaders organised blood donation camps,  distributed fruits to the patients in the hospitals and clothes and essential commodities to the poor


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