Andhra Pradesh IT Minister Nara Lokesh participated in the second day of 'Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru' programme in Amaravati on Wednesday. The TDP leader took part in the programme at Poranki village in Krishna district. While addressing a gathering during the event, the IT Minister said: "5th phase of Janmabhoomi program is reaching out to the layman of the state. The CM is getting the feedback of public, through call centres and IVRS methods. All the eligible are being given pensions, other welfare benefits." Lokesh added: "Our government is providing 24x7 current. The TDP government is implementing farmer loan waiver scheme. Integrated health schemes are the idea conceived by CM. Our government is implementing a series of health schemes, constructing own buildings for Anganwadi centers." He further said: "By 2019, every household in the state will be given drinking water connection. My department is constructing 2,700 km of underground drainages."