Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan raises nine doubts over ‘Navaratnalu’ – Reuters


By Express press service

VIJAYAWADA: Jana Sena leader Pawan Kalyan on Friday raised “Nava Sandehalu” (Nine Doubts) on the implementation of “Navaratnalu” by the YSR Congress government. He proposed a poster asking questions to the government of Jagan Mohan Reddy on the implementation of YSRC’s flagship programs.

Regarding Rythu Bharosa, the head of Jana Sena inquired whether it was true that the benefit was given to only 50 lakh farmers despite the claim that 64 lakh beneficiaries had received the aid. Is it true that the state government has not been content to help just 700 people when 3,000 sharecroppers have committed suicide in the past three years, he asked.

On the Amma Vodi program, he inquired why the government claimed to have provided the aid to 83 lakh beneficiaries, when the actual number was only 43 lakh. On welfare pensions, he asked the government if it was not true that 5 lakh people had been removed from the list of beneficiaries.

Upon imposing a total ban, he said revenue from the sale of alcohol in 2018-2019 was only Rs 14,000 crore and rose to Rs 22,000 crore in 2021-22. Is this a gradual implementation of the ban? In projecting this income, had you not sold bonds worth Rs 8,000 crore?

He demanded that the government announce when it would complete the Polavaram irrigation project. On Aarogyasri, he asked why hospitals opted out of the program.

Regarding the reimbursement of fees, Pawan Kalyan asked was it not true that student entrance tickets were not issued due to non-payment of reimbursement? Regarding housing, he asked if it was not true that land was allotted to the poor on cistern beds and mounds? On the Aasara scheme, he asked why the government was reducing the number of SHGs year after year and where Abhaya Hastham funds of Rs 2,000 crore were being diverted.


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