95% of poll promises fulfilled in three years: Jagan

The Chief Minister claimed that those who had voted for the TDP in the past are now with the government after they witnessed corruption-free welfare governance

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  25 March 2022 11:43 AM GMT
95% of poll promises fulfilled in three years: Jagan

Amaravati: Terming the state budget 2022-23 as "people's budget", Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy on Friday said that the government's three years' performance was reflected in the mandate in local bodies.

Speaking in the state Assembly here on Friday, the Chief Minister said a budget of Rs. 2.56 lakh crore has been introduced for the year 2022-23, reflecting the election manifesto, which fulfils the aspirations of the public in both welfare and development. He said 95% of the poll promises were fulfilled in three years despite reduced revenue due to COVID-19. He added that in the current financial year, Rs. 55,000 crore was credited through DBT and another Rs. 17,305 crore was spent on non-DBT schemes. He said the government had stood by the people at all times.

The Chief Minister further claimed that those who had voted for the TDP in the past are now with the government after they witnessed corruption-free welfare governance and hence, gave a huge mandate in the local body polls without falling for the opposition's cheap politics.


Jagan released the welfare calendar for 2022-2023 fiscal and stressed that the government is implementing various schemes and programmes for the welfare and development of all sections of the society as per the schedule.

Next Story
Share it