Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will credit the accounts of 23,14,342 female beneficiaries of the YSR Cheyutha program on Tuesday 4,339.39 billion yen.
The main goal of YSR Cheyutha is to help women contribute to economic progress by helping them with marketing and technical aspects of their business.
Under the program, BC, SC, ST, and minority women aged 45 to 60 will receive a total of 75,000 yen directly over four years at a rate of 18,750 yen per year, which costs the government 19,000 crore.
For YSR Cheyutha alone, the state government had spent 8,943.52 billion yen in the past two years.
The government has already signed letters of intent with well-known companies such as Amul, ITC, HUL, P&G and Reliance and banks to support women entrepreneurs.