Gadapagadapaku YSR Congress To Be Reviewed

  • Programme going on for 5 months
  • People welcoming YSRCP cadre with affection
  • Disgust to Babu's deceptive promises
  • People offering zero marks to his governance
  • Review on December 5 and 6
Hyderabad: Gadapagadapaku YSR Congress is five months old. The leaders and the activists of YSRCP, who are relentlessly working for the programme and the party's president, YS Jagan, who has a great intention, are being well-received by people. People are able to realise the true colours of a selfish CM. They are able to understand how development is only in Babu's words but not in his actions. They are at disgust towards the double entendre and publicity craze exhibited by Chandrababu. They are waiting for the right time to teach him a lesson.

This is not a change that happened overnight. Leaders and activists of YSRCP have been working hard with no care for weather changes and natural calamities. Under the leadership of YS Jagan, they have been reaching every doorstep in the state and creating awareness among people about Chandrababu's deceptive promises, corrupt practices and the Government's failure.

On the 5th and the 6th of this month, YS Jagan will preside review meetings on Gadapagadapaku YSR Congress programme. He will discuss with MLAs and constituency coordinators who have been participating in the programme for the past 5 months.

The programme was initiated on the 8th of July this year, on account of the birth anniversary of Dr. YS Rajasekhar Reddy, Since then, YSRCP cadre has been going to every doorstep, as per the programme's protocol. They are explaining to people how Chandrababu made impossible promises to them at the time of elections. People are revealing their sad stories to the leaders. They are explaining how they are not able to enjoy any welfare schemes, how Janmabhoomi Committees are coming in the way of their well-being, how bad their roads and drainage system are, how they are falling ill due to bad sanitation, how they have not been provided with basic facilities and how their agricultural loans and DWCRA loans have not been waived.

TDP leaders promised to them that the gold they had mortgaged would soon be released. Women were promised loans with less interest rates, Rs.25,000 amount was promised to every newborn girl. Many such promises have later been forgotten by the Government. Disgusted by the Government's negligence and indifference to their suffering, people are offering zero marks to Chandrababu's governance on Praja Ballot, the satisfaction survey on the situation of implementation of poll promises.

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