YSR Rythu Bharosa
The Government of Andhra Pradesh promises to offer Rs 50,000 financial assistance to farmers. Starting second year, each farmer family would be given Rs 12,500 per year, in addition to zero-interest loans and free bore wells. Cold storage’s and food processing units in every constituency are among a list of benefits promised to the farmers.
The Government of Andhra Pradesh decided to provide a comprehensive fee reimbursement scheme, in line with late Chief Minister Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy’s vision. In addition to complete fee reimbursement, an allowance of Rs 20,000 would be given to every student.
The Arogyasri scheme would be applicable to all medical treatments of above Rs 1,000. Regardless of the location of the hospital, all medical expenses would be borne by the government.
Under this scheme, lakhs of families would be benefited by the irrigation projects. Completion of Polavaram project on a war footing is promised.
Ban on Alcohol
The Government of Andhra Pradesh promises to put in place a ban on sale of alcohol across the State in three stages.
With a view to encourage the families with school-going children, the Government of Andhra Pradesh promises to provide Rs 15,000 towards assistance to all the mothers who send their children to school.
All loans pertaining to the women’s co-operative societies would be waived. In addition, zero-interest loans would be issued. Through YSR Cheyootha, the Government of Andhra Pradesh intends to support all women from SC, ST, BC and minority communities, who are aged above 45.
In five years, the Government of Andhra Pradesh promises to build 25 lakh homes for the poor.
The eligibility age criteria of 65 years for the pensions would be reduced to 60 years. Senior citizens aged above 60 would be given Rs 2,000 while the physically challenged would be given a pension of Rs 3,000.