The chief minister of Andhra Pradesh YS Jagan Mohan Reddy was supposed to inaugurate the much awaited and talked about, ‘Jagananna Vasathi Deevena’ scheme tomorrow, July 8th.
As a part of this scheme, the state government will be delivering 30 lakh pucca houses to eligible families in the state in the next four years. This is the biggest implementation of the YSRCP government after it was voted to power last year.
However, the latest updates suggest that Jagan has cancelled the inauguration ceremony in the last minute for undisclosed reasons.
It was said that 30 lakh families will be receiving land documents on July 8th but that is not the case now. The inauguration has apparently been postponed to August 15th.
Jagan had planned to launch the scheme on YSR Jayanthi, July 8th, but had to change his plans.
It is being said that the land documents distribution process will be commenced on August 15th. The construction process is expected to commence next year.