Y S Jaganmohan Reddy to distribute housing sites to beneficiaries on July 8 | Vijayawada News
File photo of Andhra Pradesh CM Y S Jaganmohan Reddy
VIJAYAWADA: Chief Minister Y S Jaganmohan Reddy on Tuesday he released the calendar of economic activities. He held a video conference with collectors and joint collectors at the camp office in Tadepalli.
The prime minister set the annual target for officials to identify beneficiaries and include new beneficiaries on the list before each scheme is released.
The list of beneficiaries must be exposed in each secretariat of the village for the scrutiny of the people.
Referring to the layout of the house sites on July 8, Jaganmohan Reddy told officials that it would benefit 27 lakh women and ordered them to identify the parcels of land that would be given away.
If government land is not available, it wants them to buy land from private individuals and complete the process by May 31. He also ordered them to keep the titles ready before the scheme launches.
In addition to these schemes, the second installment of Rythu Bharosa will be given to farmers in October, where each farmer will receive 4,000 rupees. In the same month, the government will extend Rs 10,000 interest-free loans to street vendors and vendors and will benefit 10 lakh people. Vidya Deevena’s second installment and payment to AgriGold victims would take place in November and December, respectively.
The third and second installments of Rythu Bharosa and Amma Vodi, respectively, will be paid in January 2021, followed by Vidya Deevena in February and interest-free loans to women in March.