CM Jagan launches schemes in home constituency, Pulivendula


Rama Krishna Sangem

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy inaugurated several projects here on March 11,Monday. The Chief Minister unveiled the YSR statue in Dr. YSR Medical College premises and inaugurated the newly constructed buildings of YSR Medical College, Government General Hospital and YSR Government Nursing College.

He also launched the Rs. 20.15crore Banana Integrated Pack House, Dr YSR Mini Secretariat Complex, YS Jayamma Municipal Shopping Complex, the Rs.69crore YSR Ulimella Lake Front, Aditya Birla Unit-1andthe Dr YSR and Gandhi Junctions.

CM Jagan also inaugurated Rs 39 crore Dr YSR Memorial Park, set up on an area of 16 acres from the funds of PADA (Pulivendula Area Development Authority) and the State government.

Jaagan’s visit to Pulivendula assumes significance in view of opposition front led by TDP to take on him in his home constituency, Pulivendula. Just as Jagan coined a slogan of Why Not 175 assembly seats, TDP responded to it with Why Not Pulivendula call. Jagan will contest from here this time too, while TDP front has announced BTech Ravi as their nominee from here.

Though Jagan is confident of his win in Pulivendula, he, at the same time, taking care to see  his victory margin remains big just as in the past elections. Pulivendula remained the family bastion of Jagan for the last few decades, right from the days of his late father YS Rajasekhara Reddy.

Kadapa MP YS Avinash Reddy and others participated in the programmes along with the CM.


Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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