Minister Dharmana Prasada Rao's Comments on Men Go Viral

During a speech about women empowerment and the state government's welfare schemes for women at Killipalem village in Srikakulam mandal on Tuesday, Revenue Minister Dharmana Prasada Rao made a slip of the tongue and mocked men as a whole. He referred to men as "Poramboku" (vagabonds) who only attend meetings, eat, and then leave. The minister meant to imply that men are irresponsible. He stated that the government does not want men to dictate at home and that women are in charge of the house. Therefore, the government transfers scheme benefits to women. Dharmana claimed that men take advantage of the benefits but vote for other parties.

Dharmana emphasized that Jagan Mohan Reddy understood the difficulties faced by women during his Padayatra and, therefore, introduced several welfare schemes for women. He urged women to vote for YSRCP again to continue these schemes. Dharmana made these remarks during the release of funds for the third phase of the Aasara Scheme.

The minister's comments regarding men have become viral on social media platforms. Many have criticized Dharmana for generalizing men. He stated that the government's money is being spent on the poor and the construction of schools and hospitals that were ignored during the previous Naidu government. Additionally, he accused Chandrababu of spreading false propaganda against the welfare schemes of the Andhra Pradesh government.

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