Hyderabad, Feb 15 (UNI) Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy today asked his MLAs to organise meetings and seminars in every village to educate the people about the rapid growth that was taking place in all sectors in the state since 2004.
Interacting with the Congress MLAs at Assembly, Dr Reddy said the MLAs should chalk out a programme to propagate the development that witnessed in the state after the budget session was over. The objective of the programme was to create awareness among the people about the state's economic growth from grossroot level.
Observing that the state had recorded 10.37 per cent GSDP as against 8.73 per cent GDP at national level, he said the growth in agriculture sector was touched at 10.08 per cent, as compared to three per cent average growth in the country.
Alleging that the opposition political parties were politicising the state's economic growth without recognising the facts, the Chief Minister said 12 irrigation project works were completed and the remaining 27 projects would be completed next year under 'Jalayagnam' programme, an official release said.
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