AP government creates 56 BC corporations
AP government headed by the chief minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy has created 56 Backward Class (BC) welfare corporations, which would help to upgrade the life standards of those communities in the state. Already the government has appointed chairpersons of these corporations and 13 directors for each corporation would be appointed soon. As per the estimation, 2.7 crore BC people have benefited Rs 33,500 crore from various welfare schemes in the past 16 months. AP Rajaka Welfare and Development Corporation, Valmiki/Boya Welfare and Development Corporation, Yadava Welfare and Development Corporation are some of the 56 newly created corporation. Corporations for other BC communities include Agnikula Kshatriya, Nagavamsam, Kurakula, Noor Basha, Dasari, Krishna Balija, Ayyaraka, Mudiraj, Kalinga Komati, SettiBalija and others. Almost all the districts got representation for these posts. The BC corporations would be sanctioned separate budget and the chairperson and directors would take care of the welfare of these communities. These corporations would give loans to the educated, women to stand on their own legs and to start own business and survive without any support. The educated youth can get loans to start self employment and to start their own business. Minimum 3-4 leaders from every district became the chairmen of these corporations and very district would have a director for these corporations. The government has released GOs in this regard today.