YS Jagan Promises to Fulfill his Commitments:- YSRCP Chief YS Jaganmohan Reddy took his oath as the new Chief Minister of the state today through a grand ceremony. The crowds cheered up after YS Jagan said 'Jagan ane Nenu'. He was extremely happy for his dream coming true after a wait of nine long years. Right after taking the oath, YS Jagan was focused on his speech which was short and straight. Jagan promised to fulfill all the promises that he made through the manifesto for the people of Andhra Pradesh.
He signed his first file for the pension scheme and announced Rs 2250 as pension for the old. He said that it would go on increasing Rs 250 per year and it will reach Rs 3000 by the fourth year after he takes oath. YS Jagan also said that AP would be corrupt free and the necessary actions would be taken. A call centre would be set up to interact directly with the Chief Minister's office to register complaints against any scheme or any government official. The call centre starts from August 15th this year.
YS Jagan also promised 4 lakh jobs for the youth this year and volunteers are set up for every 50 hours to monitor the happenings. Jagan also said that he would implement all the navaratnalu which he mentioned in his manifesto.
YS Jagan also warned contractors who are into corruption. He also reminded about the land polling corruption that happened in Amaravati that took place during TDP's regime. The prices for per unit rate of electricity will be brought down soon. Other sources like solar and wind power will be introduced to the people at affordable prices.
All the tenders will be accepted with transparency and a judicial commission headed by a judge will monitor the government tenders. Defamation suit will filed against all the news channels who behave against the law. Everyone across the state would be treated equally and there would be no discrimination in any way.
(Video Source: NTV Telugu)