Andhra Pradesh: State level minority meeting is being organized in Vijayawada ‘Jai Ho Muslim’. Giving information about this meeting, Sajjala said that our YSRC government is committed for the upliftment of Muslims.
State Labeled Minority Meet ‘Jai Ho Muslim’ is being organized by Andhra Pradesh government in Vijayawada. In this state-level meeting, the YSRC of the state will disclose the schemes being implemented by the government for the welfare of minorities. This information was given by Government Advisor (Public Affairs) and YSRC General Secretary Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy. Giving this information, he claimed that it is the YSRC which ensures the welfare of the Muslim minorities besides providing them all kinds of security.
YSR took several measures for the economic upliftment of minorities
Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy said that former CM YSR took several measures for the economic upliftment of minorities and Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is implementing several schemes for their empowerment politically, socially and economically. He claimed that even Muslims are showing love and affection towards Jagan.
Jagan is making efforts for the empowerment of Muslims
Elaborating on the steps being taken by the government for the welfare of Muslims at a meeting held at the YSRC central office in Tadepalli on Monday, Sajjala said Jagan was making efforts for the empowerment of Muslims.
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Andhra Pradesh: Sajjala said – YSRC government is committed to the upliftment of Muslims
Story first published: Tuesday, January 24, 2023, 20:18 [IST]