Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy announced the calendar to be followed to implement the government programmes throughout the year. The Chief Minister said that the calendar was being announced to identify and to update the names of the beneficiaries in advance.
“If any name is missing, the beneficiaries should be informed how to enrol their names and to whom the applications should be submitted and how to go through the process,” he said. Jagan asserted that everyone in the State should receive the schemes intended for them. “I do not mind if they do not vote for me,” he said.
As per the calendar, Rs 905 crore arrears of the incentives to the MSMEs should be paid on May 22 and the rest of the amount would be paid
in June. The Chief Minister said that MSMEs were providing 10 lakh jobs in the State and they should be given support to continue their industries. “A GO to waive the power fixed charges for three months has also been issued,” he said.
The pastors, Imams and Muazzin’s would be paid Rs 5,000 as one-time help on May 26. The Rythu Bharosa Kendras (RBK) would be inaugurated on May 30 which would change the economy of the villages. One Joint Collector for each district was appointed to monitor the
Under YSR Vidya Deevena, fee reimbursement of college students would be launched with the transfer of first-quarter fees into the accounts of mothers on September 25.
The second instalment of Rythu Bharosa would be given to farmers at the rate of Rs 4,000 per family for harvesting or for rabi in October.
The ten lakh hawkers and small traders would be given an interest-free loan of Rs 10,000 in October. The second instalment of Vidya Deevena would be transferred into the accounts of the mothers in November.
AgriGold victims would be provided financial help in December. The District Collectors, SPs and the CID should obtain approval from the judicial courts in this connection.
Amma Vodi programme would be implemented in January. The final instalment of the Rythu Bharosa programme would be implemented
in January 2021 in which Rs 2,000 would be paid to farmers when the harvesting was completed. The third quarter Vidya Deevena would be implemented in February 2021 along with second instalment of Vasati Deevna. The self-help groups would be given interest-free loans in March 2021, he said