The Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly on Friday approved a budget of Rs 2.56 lakh crore for the financial year 2022-23, with House Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy claiming that it is a welfare budget for the people.
While replying in the House on the big budget, the Chief Minister said it was a welfare budget and farewell to TD chief N Chandrababu Naidu. Rejecting the opposition’s claim that the budget was a mess of numbers, Reddy claimed that the government had implemented 95 percent of its clear commitments in three years.
“In fact, our government is only implementing welfare projects according to a calendar and schedule,” he stressed.
Those who used to have TDs are now with the YCP, who have won local body elections with big mandates, talking about corruption-free and welfare rule.
By listing the calendar-based schemes, the Chief Minister has made it clear that his government is committed to the welfare and development of all departments of the state. We have spent Rs 55,000 crore for DBT schemes and Rs 17,305 crore for non-DBT schemes.
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