People's Problems Being Noted...Working For Party's Consolidation

Work with commitment is wanted: Gadikota Srikanth Reddy

YSR District  (Galiveedu): YSRCP MLA Gadikota Srikanth Reddy instructed officials for commited work in the direction of solving problems. He toured in Araveedu village of Galiveedu mandal regarding people's problems. Local people brought their problems to the notice of the MLA, including lack of proper electricity supply to the village and wastage of water due to inefficient work at the second gate of Kushavathi project. The MLA then called the officials of electricity department and contractors and cautioned them to make sure these problems were not repeated. Later, MLA Srikanth Reddy attended the dinner organised by youth leader in Kotthapalle village, accompanied by party leaders and activists.

We shall work for consolidation of the party: MLC Kolagatla, MLA Rajannadora

Tammirajupeta (Mentada): YSRCP president of Vizianagaram district,  MLC Kolagatla Veerabhadra Swamy and MLA Rajannadora suggested that the leaders and the activists of the party worked for the party's consolidation at rural level. Kolagatla attended Paidithallamma jatara, a religious ritual at Tammirajupeta of Mentada mandal along with MLA Peedika Rajannadora. They performed poojas to the Goddess and later spoke in the meeting presided by YSRCP mandal president Reddy Sanyasi Naidu. They confided that the party would not lose anything from the defection of a few MLAs.
They assured the activists of support from district party cadre. They criticised that the jute industries of the district had been shut down due to the Government's failure, throwing thousands of labourers' families into difficulties. They demanded for immediate opening of those industries by the Government. They slammed the Government for not realising any of its promises. They complained that TDP activists had collected thousands of rupees from the poor benefactors in the name of building houses for them but had not constructed any till now.
The leaders demanded for completion of construction of houses initiated by the previous Government. They called for everybody's support and effort in making YSRCP president YS Jagan the CM in order to get back the implementation of schemes introduced by Dr.YS Rajasekhar Reddy. They called for hard work right from now in order for the party to win in the upcoming elections. They confided in the party's victory in light of the affection the party had earned from the people.

Cooperate for Alugu construction: MLA Y.Aijayya

Nandikotkuru: YSRCP MLA Y.Aijayya called for cooperation from everybody in Rayalaseema irrespective of politics for the construction of Alugu of Siddheswaram. He spoke to the media at his residence in Nandikotkuru. He thanked the residents of the constituency for the voluntary support they had offered to the strike launched by YSRCP president YS Jagan. He informed that the groundbreaking of Alugu had been scheduled at the end of this month.
Aijayya mentioned that minister Devineni Uma had been deceiving people by saying that drinking water and irrigation water would be provided by August in spite of the Muchumarri lift irrigation scheme not being completed by even 30%. He slammed the Government's failure and stated that people were observing this. He condemned spending Rs.600 crore on worthless Pattiseema scheme, thereby filling yellow pockets. He complained that Chandrababu had been appointing failed candidates of ward membership in Janmabhoomi committees in the name of in-charges and sanctioning funds to them. Aijayya pointed out misuse of public money by TDP and threatening of officials and opposition leaders by TDP ministers, MLAs and leaders, encouraged by the CM himself. He demanded people -friendly rule from TDP at least now. Party leaders and activists participated in the event.

Farmers at trouble with biometric system: YSRCP coordinator Dr.Tippeswamy

Ananthapuram (Madakasira): YSRCP coordinator Dr.Tippeswamy mentioned that the biometric system introduced by the state Government for distribution of discounted peanut seeds. He stated that deserving farmers could not be able to get the seeds due to malfunction of biometric machines. He also complained that the seeds distributed by the Government were not enough for the farmers. He demanded for issue of seeds to the farmers who failed biometric test.
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