AP CM YS Jagan pledges again on third anniversary

Andhra Pradesh State has been divided into two – Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, in 2014. The state had first government after separation run by Telugu Desam Party and the second chance has been given to YSRCP. YS Jagan taken oath as Chief Minister of AP on 30th May, in 2019. He completed three years in office and his cadre is celebrating third anniversary.

He tweeted on social media thanking his supporters, media and public for the support he received. He said that the government under him fulfilled 95% of the pre-election promises in their agenda and he further pledged that he would continue to serve people to the fullest capacity.

Party MPs and MLAs conducted anniversary meet and majority of them expressed the opinion that people are highly satisfied with YS Jagan’s governance that tried to bring welfare to poor and upliftment to the abused and oppressed sections of the society.

Several ministers slammed opposition for trying to malign the government when Covid-19 pandemic had made it tough for everyone. They praised YS Jagan for still keeping welfare in mind and not giving in easy to various challenges.

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