YSRCLP demands hike in MSP; YS Vijayamma elected leader:June 21,2012

 Hyderabad, June 21: YSR Congress has demanded increase in Minimum Support Price (MSP) and input subsidy besides a rollback of power tariff and petrol prices.
The YSRC Legislature Party, which met here on Thursday, had unanimously elected YS Vijaymma as leader and thanked all sections of people for reposing faith in them and voting them with big margins.
The meeting had passed several resolutions, which include the demand for supplying of quality seeds and fertilizers to farmers in the khariff season. The meeting also criticised the State government for failing to draw a khariff plan, Allagadda MLA SobhaNagireddy told reporters after the meeting.  
The meeting also discussed the various tragic events that took place in Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam Steel Plant (VSP) and Shiridi bus tragedy and condoled the deaths in the three incidents besides the two suicides of 104 employees.
 “Serious objection was taken to the way in which CBI was functioning in the Jagan’s case and its petition for narco analysis test despite the Supreme Court ruling that such tests were not advisable.
YS Jaganmohan Reddy’s wife,YS Bharathi had moved the court seeking his safety in the jail and last night’s black-out is raising many doubts and the meeting resolved to hold a dharna in the assembly premises to protest against the threat to Jagan’s life, she said.
As the legislators had resigned on farmers’ issue, “we keep the farmers’ welfare high on our agenda and demand the state government to increase the MSP and reschedule the loans for the agriculture operations, she said.
When asked the stand of the Party in President’s candidature, she said the decision is pending.  
Scoffing off N Chandrababu Naidu’s contention that it was sympathy wave that has won 15 seats for YSRC, she said, the sympathy wave did not work when N Chandrababu Naidu was attacked at Alipiri in the ensuing elections as people lost faith in him. In case of YS Jaganmohan Reddy, people are with him and it has reflected in the voting pattern, she said.

Back to Top