Andhra Pradesh: Deprived class first, work can wait: Dharmana

Some works in Andhra Pradesh may have stalled for some time, but they can wait as improving the living standards of the downtrodden sections of the society is one of the top priorities of the YSRCP government, Revenue, Tickets and Registration Minister Dharmana Prasad Rao said. . In a public meeting of ‘Samajika Nyaya Bhari’ bus journey on Sunday.

The site turned into a sea of ​​humanity with hundreds of buses and autorickshaws ferrying people from seven assembly constituencies. Seventeen ministers from SC, ST, BC and minority communities addressed the gathering at the packed Government Junior College Ground. “Social justice is linked to political power. No political party had the courage to politically empower the Depressed Classes. The YSRCP government has done this,” said Mr. Prasad Rao.

Taking pot shot at the comments made by TDP leaders during the party’s Mahanudu, he dared to explain to the people what the party TDP has done for BCs, SCs, STs and minorities.

Women and Child Welfare Minister KV Usha Sreecharan said that BCs, SCs, STs and minorities need to unite and ensure that YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is re-elected as Chief Minister in the 2024 elections. Anantapur MLA Anantha Venkatrami Reddy, Anantapur and Hindupur MPs Talari Rangaiah and Gorantal Madhav also spoke while party district president Kapu Ramachandra Reddy presided over the meeting.