Pawan Kalyan asks CM Jagan to extend support to 50,000 flood-hit people
Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan said on Friday that 50,000 people in 200 Lanka villages were severely affected because of floods. He requested Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to extend all support to the flood-hit people taking shelter in relief camps. He also brought to the notice of the AP government that children in relief camps are not being provided with milk.
The Jana Sena leader asked the state government to include milk in the essential commodities list given to people residing in relief camps. Pawan Kalyan mentioned that people would not have displaced if the construction of the Polavaram Project was completed.