TDP Regime Wasn’t Committed to Minorities Welfare: CM YS Jagan

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Vijayawada: Chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy said that unlike Chandrababu Naidu-led TDP regime, his government has worked for the welfare of the minorities. He made this remark while participating in the National Education and Minority Welfare Day celebrations at Indira Gandhi municipal stadium here on Saturday. 

The chief minister urged the people to compare the welfare programmes of both the TDP and YSRCP regimes and see the difference. Noting that his government appointed a Muslim as the deputy chief minister of the state, YS Jagan said the ruling YSRCP government is committed to the overall development of the Muslim community. 

“We’ve worked hard for the development of minorities. A Muslim woman was made the deputy chairman of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council. We have empowered minorities in every sector. My government has brought several changes to the administrative policies for the development of the minorities. The previous government was not sincere enough to give space to a Muslim in the state cabinet,” chief minister YS Jagan told the gathering. 

The chief minister also said that let’s stay together as different colours of a rainbow. He informed that the YSRCP government spent Rs 23,000 crore for the welfare of minorities compared to TDP regime’s Rs 2,000 crore funds. Our government has arranged a facility for the Hajj pilgrims to start their spiritual journey from Vijayawada, he added. 

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