As he runs a year older, YS Jagan rededicates self to people

For the people of Andhra Pradesh, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is not just a name-changer, who merely changes the welfare scheme’s name and claims it as his own. He is a game changer. The people have faith in this young leader who is always endeavouring to remain among the people and serve them. They wish him a long and healthy life and want him to change their lives for the better. The whole of Andhra Pradesh in one voice is wishing him many happy returns of the day.

Today, YS Jagan Mohan is turning another year younger. But, he is spending his birthday among the people. He is waging a relentless battle for the sake of the people of the state. He wants to bring back the YSR era as both progress and development have taken a hit under the present dispensation. The way this young leader is taking on Chandrababu, is admirable and has won appreciation from all quarters. The way YS Jagan is yearning for the welfare of the people at large has opened up a new chapter in Telugu politics. Though he has lost out to  Chandrababu by a whisker in 2014, Jagan has not swerved from the people’s path and is straining his every nerve to serve them.

YS Jagan has launched several agitations on the inequities in the AP bifurcation, non-implementation of election promises, AP Capital, which is a mere publicity tool for Chandrababu and note ban. He was the first politician to take up the issue of special status for AP and has brought it to the centre stage of discourse through in indefinite fast. 

He has been inspiring the leaders and the cadre of his party and weathered the biggest storm of his political life when Chandrababu Naidu lured 23 MLAs and 3 MPs from his party. He did not lose heart and has waged a relentless battle.  Like his illustrious father YSR, Jagan too taking everyone along and is giving importance to every opinion.

To instill courage among the people of the state, who are dispirited and given a raw deal by Chandrababu,Jagan has undertaken a 3500 km long padayatra from Idupulapaya in Kadapa to Srikakulam. This Praja Sankalpa Yatra is now in its last leg in Srikakulam district. No one has undertaken such arduous and long yatra and remained among the public for such a long time in the history of the country. He is able to feel the pain of the people and understand their problems. He is interacting with them and has become one among them. We are yearning to see him as the CM of Andhra Pradesh.

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