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Andhra Pradesh: Chief Minister Naidu announces Rs 5 lakh aid, monthly pension for woman "harassed" by previous YSRCP govt

Amaravathi: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has announced Rs 5 lakh financial assistance and Rs 10,000 monthly pension for a resident of Kakinada, who allegedly faced harassment from the former YS Jagan Reddy-led YSRCP government.
The woman Arudhra called on Chief Minister at the State Secretariat on Friday along with her daughter , Sailakshmi Chandra. She explained to chief minister and the TDP leader Chandrababu how she was "harassed" by the YSRCP government and that her daughter is suffering from serious backbone problems, according to a statement released by the TDP.
The woman told the Chief Minister about the "problems" created by the local YSRCP leaders when she tried to dispose of her property to meet the medical expenses of her daughter.
She said that she was forced to knock on the doors of the court for disposing off her land at Amalapuram.
The Chief Minister assured her that the State Government will do its best to assist her in the legal cases that she is facing with regard to her property, according to a statement by the TDP.
She alleged that when she tried to take the matter once to the notice of the then chief minister Jagan Mohan Reddy, she was not allowed and instead "illegal" cases were foisted against her in return thus pushing her into mental agony and branding her as mentally unsound, according to the TDP
Chandrababu Naidu assured her that his Government would stand by her.

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