Despite the financial constraints, the YCP government is carrying out unprecedented welfare schemes to the poor. The pensions to the poor are reaching the door steps every month through volunteers and to provide better housing facilities, ‘Jaganna Colonies’ are being established prestigiously.
With so many welfare schemes for the poor, the YCP government is in strong faith that their vote bank will be intact in any elections. Especially AP CM YS Jagan believes the women from poor sections would definitely opt for him over oppositions. What about the middle-class people? Well Jagan has a master plan for it.
In order to shift the middle-class towards YCP, Jagan is planning to launch a new scheme. This is to give land at a nominal price for construction of a permanent home. The land size would be around 3 cents and this will be a breather considering the high prices all over the state.
Simultaneously Jagan is working on tackling the petrol prices which have touched an all time record high in recent times. Though CM Jagan can’t do anything about the soaring prices, he wants to encourage people to use the battery vehicles. For the same, the Jagan government wants to boost the middle class by giving away loans. A committee has been appointed for this initiative and work is in progress.
The YCP government has allotted six months time for the committee to study the possibilities and do ample of reasons in encouraging battery vehicles across the state which would indirectly benefit the environment too.
With such programs, Jagan is confident of getting the support of the middle class segment which forms a major vote bank. On the other hand the TDP is doing nothing but playing a spectator role and is not even countering the ruling party efficiently.