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    Anjaiah Yadav, the MLA candidate for BRS, talked about the welfare and development programs of the BRS government during his election campaign in Venkiryala and Lakshmidevipalli villages. He urged the people not to believe the deceitful words of Congress and BJP and emphasized that public welfare is the main goal of the BRS government. He explained how the government’s programs have positively impacted the lives of people in the constituency.

    During his speech, Yadav highlighted some of the government’s achievements. He mentioned that 151 beneficiaries are receiving Asara Pension, which amounts to 3.60 lakh rupees every month. He also pointed out that 774 beneficiaries have been supported under the Rytu Bandhu scheme, with a total expenditure of 9.87 crores. Additionally, he mentioned farmer loan waivers that have benefited 686 individuals, with a total disbursement of 3.92 crores.

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    Yadav also talked about infrastructure development in the constituency. He mentioned the budget of Rs 80 lakh for laying roads from Venkiryala to Lakshmidevipalli, the cost of 2.5 crore for road repairs from Venkiryala to Old Agiryala, and the investment of Rs 10.70 crore for the construction of a road from Ayyavaripalli to Mushtipalli. He also highlighted investments in cultural and community development, such as the development of Chintala Venkateswara Swamy Temple with a budget of Rs 50 lakh and the construction of Lakshmidevipalli Gram Panchayat Building with a budget of Rs 20 lakh.

    In his concluding remarks, Yadav asked the people to vote for him and support his car symbol. He promised to continue working towards the betterment of the constituency if elected again.

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