The chief minister of Andhra Pradesh YS Jagan Mohan Reddy said he had fulfilled 77 of his promises in his one year rule and added there is more to come.
“I have completed a majority of my pre-poll proposals. There is more to come. The YCP government has fulfilled 90% of the promises I made ahead of the election,” he said.
Jagan pointed out that the previous TDP government made 650 promises but never really stood by any of them in their 5 year tenure.
A few days ago, the YCP government said it spent around Rs 40,000 crores on public welfare after being voted to power. This is one of the highest ever budgets allocated for annual welfare schemes in history of Andhra Pradesh.
Jagan also announced that he will be commencing a massive public survey soon to get feedback regarding his one year rule from the common public.