Is it "Jagananna Vidya Kanuka" or "Modi Vidya Kanuka"?

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy has done a big 'show off' two days ago on October 8, 2020 launching his YSRCP government's new scheme "Jaganna Vidya Kanuka".

Jagan named this scheme on his name as if he is funding this scheme from his pockets or YSRCP party funds.

Let alone, Jagan or YSRCP, this scheme is not sponsored even by YSRCP government or AP government completely.

The AP government's contribution is just 40% while the majority 60% funds is contributed by BJP-led NDA government at the Centre.

Ideally, this scheme should have been named as "Modi Vidya Kanuka" if Jagan wants to name the scheme on the name of individuals.

How can Jagan name this scheme on his name when major portion of the funds are contributed by Centre.

Ironically, the AP BJP leaders are not capable of even projecting the schemes sponsored by BJP at the Centre.

'Jagananna Vidya Kanuka' is a AP government scheme for school children up to 10th standard, supplying uniforms, books, shoes, socks, belts and school bags to lakhs of students.

As many as 42.3 lakh students will be provided with the student kits, costing the government Rs 650 crore.

Costing Rs 1,600, each student kit will contain three pairs of uniform dress, one pair of shoes, two pairs of socks, a belt, one set of textbooks, notebooks and a school bag.

These kits will be distributed to children across the state over the next three days, following Covid guidelines so that they can be ready to attend schools all geared up on November 2 when schools are scheduled to reopen.