Mission 175: Jagan asks workers to gear up for clean sweep in assembly poll

The Chief Minister said that Rs.1026 crore was spent on developmental activities in the Tekkali constituency alone in the last 3.4 years.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  27 Oct 2022 2:24 AM GMT
Mission 175: Jagan asks workers to gear up for clean sweep in assembly poll

Amaravati: Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy has asked party workers to work hard for winning all 175 seats in the assembly poll.

Interacting with party cadres from the Tekkali constituency, he said preparations should begin now though there are still 18 months to go for the poll.

"Though the election is taking place after 18 months, a clean sweep of all 175 seats would only be possible if we work jointly in the right direction. There is no scope for a lackadaisical approach," Jagan said.

The Chief Minister said that Rs.1026 crore was spent on developmental activities in the Tekkali constituency alone in the last 3.4 years.

He directed workers to seek the blessings of people during Gadapa Gadapaku (Governance at doorstep) programme by explaining the welfare schemes including Rythu Bharosa Kendras (RBKs), village clinics, volunteer services every 50 houses, a secretariat for every 2000 people and English medium schools.

Observing that the pilot project of the `Family Doctor' has already started, the Chief Minister said it will be formally launched from Ugadi. Bhavanpadu port would also be coming up in the constituency.

"We have won 119 of 136 panchayats, 74 of the 78 MPTCs, and swept all four MPPs and ZPTCs, not just in Tekkali but in Kuppam also. Work for the clean sweep, be united, and think of the next 30 years," he said.

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