How YS Jagan Is Claiming Credit for Pawan Kalyan ‘s Successes
Since almost immediately after Andhra Pradesh government’s announcement of Rs 2,500 (per month) financial assistance to individuals suffering from kidney diseases in Uddhanam region of the state, YSR Congress chief YS Jagan ’s media has been claiming credit for this by saying this has happened only because of YS Jagan.
This particular propaganda has been proved utterly false. Everybody who follows the politics in Telugu states knows the fact-story took place behind the Uddhanam kidney disease issue.
The real fact of the matter is that Pawan Kalyan with the support of his Janasena team found the issue and made everybody eyes open including State and Government’s.
In response to the issue raised by Pawan Kalyan, the Health Ministry from the centre immediately assured a required assistance to the people of Uddhanam. The government of Andhra Pradesh too started taking appropriate steps to finding the problem areas and resolving the issue.
This all happened for the reason that Pawan Kalyan from the time he promised medical assistance for kidney patients of Uddhanam region has constantly been highlighting and mounting pressure on State and Central government.
As a result, the AP state government took a decision in a recent cabinet meet that the state will pay Rs 2,500 per month as financial assistance to persons suffering from kidney diseases.
Most recently, Dr. Joseph Bonventre, Chief of the Renal Division, Brigham’s Women hospital, Harward Medical School, USA has released a Video saying that Jana Sena President Pawan Kalyan has brought the Uddhanam issue to their notice.
According to information, the Harvard team would tour the Uddhanam region where patients suffering from kidney problems.
No matter what, facts will always remain the same.
Video: DR. Joseph Bonventre About working with Pawan Kalyan for World Class Kidney research institute:
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