Mumbai: CM Jagan Mohan Reddy visited Guntur district on Monday and has launched YSR Arogya Asara scheme. Jagan responded to the allegations levelled against his religion and caste. For the past few days, he has been hurt by the accusations against his religion and caste. “My religion is humanity,” CM said.
“Various accusations have been made against the rule of the state the oppositions is not able to digest good deeds of the govt,” CM added. “They thought their manifesto was the Bible, the Kuran and the Gita,” CM asserted.
“In recent days, some people have been questioning my religion and caste. It pains me. I want to tell everyone that humanity is my religion and keeping promises (in election manifesto) is my caste,” he said without naming anyone.
Attacking to CM Jagan Mohan Reddy, TDP BJP and Janasena to his recent visit to famous Lord Venkateswara temple near Tirupati, claiming he had not followed the procedures of the hill shrine for non-Hindus entering it.
He made it clear that “I am keeping all the promises (made in the manifesto).
CM Jagan launched a new scheme in Guntur to support the patients who are undergoing treatment with Rs 5000 per month. Jagan said that with the scheme, WHO Standards medicines will be available in all government hospitals starting next April. From January 1, health cards will be issued with health cards.