3 Years Of Jagan Rule: Many Unfulfilled Promises

This May 30th, CM Jagan will be completing 3 years in the office. YS Jagan took oath as AP CM on May 30, 2019. He had made a lot of promises before elections and after coming to power at various occasions. Majority of these promises are unfulfilled by his administration. This gave a short in the arm for the Opposition parties who are busy cooking up the memes and trolls. 

Jagan, who claims to ‘Maata Tappam, Madam Tippam’, has grossly ignored many of his promises. The slew of promises he made in the public glare are now being openly targeted by his political opponent. TDP and Janasena activists are reviving those old videos of Jagan and making them viral with memes and trolls.

Below are Jagan’s promises that were not kept. His promises include Special Category Status, Abolition of CPS (Contributory Pension Scheme) Policy, Liquor ban, Job Calendar Every Year, 2.3 Lakh Jobs Fulfilment, 6500 Police Jobs for Youth Every Year, Pension Scheme for Women Aged Above 45 Years, Free Electricity up to 200 Units, 10 lakh Exgratia for Fishermen’s Families, DSC Notification after coming to power, Action on Divis Labs Pvt company, Amma Vodi Scheme without Cutting, Subsidized Electricity for Aqua farmers at Rs 1.5 per unit, 25 Lakh houses for poor, Kadapa Steel Plant, Outsourcing jobs to be made permanent, YSR Rythu Bharosa at Rs 12,500 excluding Centre’s Scheme, Promise To Agri Gold Victims, Polavaram Project Completing, Rs 10,000 Crore For Kapu Corporation, Removal of Toll & Road Tax For Tractors..

With just one week from his third anniversary as the CM in the office, Janasena and TDP activists are all out to corner Jagan & his team. It is obvious that YCP leaders and supporters are caught off guard with the public videos of Jagan’s promises.