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Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, July 15, 2022: It is the 4th consecutive year of uninterrupted support to the transport sector. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy disbursed Rs. 261 Cr, benefitting 2,61,516 beneficiaries under ‘YSR Vahana Mitra’ scheme. This is the only government handholding the unorganized sector for the 4th consecutive year, providing them financial assistance of Rs. 10,000 to each driver-cum-owners of auto, taxi, and maxi cabs.
Speaking to beneficiaries, the CM said that the government had started the Vahana Mitra scheme within 4 months of coming to power. “During my 3,648 km long padayatra, innumerable auto and taxi drivers raised concerns about them facing difficulties in getting fitness certificates and insurance done for their respective vehicles citing financial issues. To ensure that no auto/taxi/maxi cab drivers suffer or are forced to take loans at exorbitant rates of interest from private money lenders, we have come up with this scheme,” CM said.
Further added, “Every family with an auto or taxi chooses a self-employment life, without being dependent on anyone. These families stand up on their own feet, providing transportation services to thousands of people daily. The government will always support them through the financial assistance provided through DBT. To date, the government had spent Rs. 1025 Cr on YSR Vahana Mitra Scheme, wherein each beneficiary received Rs. 40,000 in the last 4 years,” CM said.
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