Chevireddy Bhaskar Offers Birthday Wishes To CM Jagan Through Organic Art Farming

Chevireddy Bhaskar Offers Birthday Wishes To CM Jagan Through Organic Art Farming - Sakshi Post

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy celebrates his birthday today.

Innovatively, Chevireddy Bhaskarareddy, the government whip, bids the CM a happy birthday.

Sajjala Ramakrishnareddy, Chevireddy Bhaskarareddy, Nani, Kannababu, Kodali Nani, and other party members launched the CD "Vardhillu Veyellu" in honour of CM Jagan.

Amravati: On the occasion of Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy's birthday, Government Whip Chevireddy Bhaskarareddy conveyed his wishes in an innovative way to the Chief Minister. In front of Goshala, on the grounds of the CM Camp office in Thadepalli, Guntur district, CM YS Jagan's picture was engraved on grass using organic art farming. The image was 100 feet long and 100 feet wide, and it was created using 2D architectural technology. This is the country's first organic art farm.

Kant Reesha, a well-known painter, created the artwork. Chevireddy Bhaskarareddy has been working on this for the past 10 days in Goshala. The artwork of CM Jagan appears to be incredibly lovely from the viewpoint of a drone.

On Monday, government adviser Sajjala Ramakrishnareddy honoured CM Jagan with an audio CD of the song "Vardhillu Veyellu," composed by Chevireddy Bhaskarareddy and titled "Adhipati." M. Krishnaveni wrote the music for this song. Karunya, a well-known film vocalist, sang it. The soundtrack was composed by Karthik.

Sajjala Ramakrishnareddy, who spoke at the event, praised CM Jagan for demonstrating how to build the state if one has a vision. He praised the state for educating the disadvantaged and preparing them to compete in a variety of sectors. He wished the people's leader the best of luck.

Minister Kannababu added that CM Jagan is the ideal leader who works for the people and with their faith and that the state represents what has now become a symbol of the CM's efforts for the welfare of the people. The occasion was also attended by Ministers Kodali Nani, Perni Nani, and MLC Appireddy.

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