YSRCP Vanchana pi Garjana on June 2

Hyderabad: YSR Congress will organise Vanchana pi Garjana, a Deeksha programme, at Nellore on June 2 to protest against the failure of Central and State governments in granting Special Category Status (SCS) as a follow-up to the resignations of party MPs.

Speaking to reporters here on Monday, party senior leader Botsa Satyanarayana said, the five MPs who have submitted their resignations protesting against the failure of Central and State governments on the SCS issue, were asked to the meet the Speaker Sumithra Mahajan on Tuesday and a decision is likely to be taken by her.

The Vanchana pi Garjana programme is in continuation of the ongoing struggle for SCS and will be attended by the five MPs who had resigned, besides Party MLAs, MLCs and other leaders to highlight the failures of Central and State Governments on SCS and how the Party President YS Jagan Mohan Reddy had pursued with the issue fighting all odds. The day-long programme is in continuation of the struggle for achieving SCS, he said.

While our Party held dharnas and other available forms of protests across the state and at national capital, TDP, which was part of the NDA coalition for a good four years, failed to pursue the issue and when our leader had announced an action plan, they had pulled out of the coalition but did not join the struggle wholeheartedly as their MPs still continue in the Lok Sabha.

The Mahanadu of TDP at Vijayawada has ended like a village fete and people were making merry instead of looking at the serious issues the state was facing.

Not a single poll promise was fulfilled by Chandrababu Naidu and the party has neither discussed in retrospective or has shown the willingness to speak about people and their welfare. 

The loan waiver to farmers and women groups were not reviewed and the five signatures of Chandrababu Naidu on the day of his swearing-in remained unfulfilled. The housing, drinking water, closure of belt shops and other schemes announced did not see light of the day, he said.

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