PAC to decide YSRCP action plan

Press Release 

PAC to decide
YSRCP action plan

Hyderabad, October 10: The Political Affairs
Committee (PAC) of YSR Congress Party will meet on Thursday to finalise the
future course of action and chalk out the mass contact programme to highlight
the failures of ruling Congress and main opposition TDP.


“The extended Executive Committee of the Party
which met under the chairmanship of YS Vijayamma has resolved that the PAC will
take the final call on the action plan to reach out to the people and to take
ideals of YSR to every village,” CGC members Konatala Ramakrishna, Bajireddy
Goverdhan and Bhuma Nagi Reddy told reporters here on Wednesday. 

There were many proposals from the members to take
up padayatra, ratha yatra or to revive Odarpu yatra and the meeting resolved
that YSR family members will lead the mission. The final details will be worked
out in the PAC meeting and it will be announced after Party President YSJagan
Mohan Reddy endorses the decision, they said. 

“The proposed mass contact programme will focus on
people’s issues highlighting how Congress has watered down the welfare schemes
of YSR and how TDP has been playing a second fiddle to it instead of
questioning the ruling party” they said. 

The meeting, attended by over 40 members of Central
Governing Council (CGC), Central Executive Council (CEC), MPs, MLAs and MLAs,
after reviewing the state of affairs in the State which is reeling under severe
power crisis, farmers, students and all sections of the society expressing
their dissent over the State Government, has resolved that the Party should
undertake a mass contact programme 

The farm produce has increased from 2 per cent to 7
per cent during YSR term and has drastically fallen after his demise and his
poll promise of 7 hour free power was not kept by the Kiran Kumar Reddy
government who has created an atmosphere that is not conducive to farmers,
students, workers and women, they said. Pensions, fees reimbursement, healthcare,
Jalayagnam and other schemes were either shelved or tapered down, members
pointed out during the meeting. 

The high-level meeting also condemned the nexus
between Congress and TDP in targeting YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. ED issuing
attachment notices hours after TDP leaders meeting Union Finance Minister P
Chidambaram and the biased functioning of CBI, which has let go T Ranga Rao in
the Emaar case and shifted his status from accused to witness, they said. 

Another resolution to take the ideals of YSR to
people was also passed and the modalities will be worked out in tomorrow’s PAC
meeting, Konathala said. “The Government lacked foresight in tackling the power
shortage issue and the state, after crop holiday, is heading for an industrial
holiday,” they said. 

Some of the members also suggested that the fight
against the anti-people government and an insensitive opposition should be
taken to Delhi while some others opined that it should be organised at district
level. “However, a final decision will be taken in PAC," they





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