Kadapa: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy visited the flood-affected villages in Rajampet mandal of YSR Kadapa district on Thursday. He was accompanied by district collector V. Vijaya Rama Raju and the Deputy Chief Minister.

Jagan inspected the devastation caused by the floods, including the collapsed houses, and interacted with the flood victims. The Chief Minister visited the village secretariat and the relief centre. Later, he addressed the flood victims and assured them of his help. He handed over documents of house sites to the flood victims and distributed gas stoves and household articles.

He also visited a photo exhibition displaying photos of the flood arranged at the village.

Meanwhile, in the wake of the cyclone Jawad threat to three coastal Andhra Pradesh districts, Jagan has appointed three special officers to monitor the relief measures.

Before leaving for YSR Kadapa district to visit the flood-affected areas on Thursday, he held a review meeting with the district collectors of Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, and Visakhapatnam to assess the situation and discussed the precautionary measures to be taken.

During the review meeting, Jagan directed the district collectors and officials to set up relief camps at required locations. He instructed the officials to be alert and ensure that no one faces trouble due to the cyclone in the low-lying areas.

H. Arun Kumar has been appointed the special officer for Srikakulam, Kantilal Dande for Vizianagaram, and Syamala Rao for Visakhapatnam. The Chief Minister directed the special officers to leave for their assigned districts and coordinate and monitor the relief works.

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