Government has paid ₹ 1.31 lakh crore under various welfare systems over the past two years

“It fulfills the majority of the prime minister’s promises in the run-up to the 2019 elections”

The state government has directly deposited 95,529 billion yen in the bank accounts of beneficiaries of various welfare schemes and indirectly spent over 36,198 billion yen on certain other schemes, for a total of 1.31 lakh crore, over the past two years.

It fulfills much of the promises Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy made in the run-up to the 2019 election, according to an official press release claiming the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) system would eliminate corruption by eliminating middlemen

The overwhelming mandate in the panchayat and local elections as well as in the by-election of Tirupati Lok Sabha was confirmed by the government of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, according to the press release.

Pensions and benefits from multiple welfare systems would be delivered to eligible people by the village and community volunteers on the first of each month, the statement said.

The government has kept all promises within two years despite the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the economy, it has been observed.

Health care

In the health sector, the government has taken effective measures to distribute oxygen and vaccines as part of its fight against the virus, the statement said.

In fact, Andhra Pradesh was the first state to under the Dr. YSR Aarogyasri program brought. The government has spent 2.229 billion yen on COVID-19 treatment in the past 14 months and is in the process of setting up oxygen facilities with future requirements in mind, it said.

Particular attention was paid to the upgrading of the Aarogyasri system, which made it applicable to all families with an annual income of ₹ 5 lakh. The number of interventions performed in the empaneled hospitals was increased to 2,434. The modernization of hospitals has been carried out on a large scale within the framework of the Nadu-Nedu program.

In addition, the government began building 16 new medical colleges and three cancer and two kidney hospitals, and six multiple hospitals in the ITDA areas.

Education sector

In the education sector, the government began a comprehensive renovation of the schools and, in addition to supporting families with social welfare programs such as Vidya Deevena, Vasathi Deevena, Amma Vodi and Vidya Kanuka, offered English-language training. The government had spent 25,714 billion yen on these programs in two years.

In addition, the government had decided to implement the CBSE curriculum for the 2021-22 school year to improve students’ academic standards and convert the Anganwadis into YSR Pre Primary Schools.

Rythu Bharosa

The government had spent 83,000 crore on the welfare of the peasants, including 17,029 crore on Rythu Bharosa. A sum of 1,038 billion yen was paid to 13.56 lakh farmers as compensation for damaged harvests, the statement said.

The government had provided grants totaling 82,369 billion yen to women through various programs over the past two years. MoUs have been signed with reputable companies in fields such as agriculture, retail, marketing and dairy.

Over the two years, a variety of programs have provided significant financial assistance to improve people’s living conditions and good governance has been emphasized, the communication said.

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