Jagan creates history; swearing in on May 30 at Vijayawada

Amaravathi, May 23: Rewriting the grammar of Andhra Pradesh polity and setting out a narrative of peoples’ agenda, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has said that his task would be to implement the assurances, including Navaratnas, and balance welfare with development and results would be tangible in the first year itself.

In a brief chat with media at his Tadepalli residence here on Thursday, the would- be chief minister said that the swearing in ceremony would be held in Vijayawada on May 30 and the resounding victory has increased his responsibility and assured that he would live up to the expectations of the people.

‘This is a new chapter in the annals of Andhra Pradesh which has scripted history

by recording a stupendous victory sweeping the polls by winning 85 % of the assembly seats and a record number of parliament seats and I reiterate that I will live up to expectations. Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy has won the state in 2004 and repeated it with an improved performance in 2009 and I expect that the history to repeat.

‘During the padayatra I had seen the plight of people, heard the woes and I assured them that I am with you and will keep up the promise and work in the best interest of the state and the people with good and credible governance. The mandate has shown what would happen to the people who lost credibility.’

The decisive mandate with a resurgent resolve to bring in change has pitch- forked YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to the pinnacle of Andhra Pradesh affairs rejecting TDP which leaves behind a term littered with scams, shams and unethical practices as the dawn of hope has broken from the northeastern Ichchapuram

blowing the winds of change along the coastline southwards and into the Rayalaseema sweeping the state in a landslide.

The mandate had blown away TDP even before it could feel the breeze as people had voted for the fan symbol in large numbers.

YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has walked into the hearts of the people during the 3,648 km padayatra in a space of 14 months, moving with the people, interacting with all sections and the tradition of any leader undertaking padyatra will become the head of the state was once again upheld.

The massive response to the public meetings and the surge of people with the amplifying slogans and songs reflected in the form of votes despite the tall claims of TDP and its friendly media that has tried its best to duck the real issues and rake up trivial tussles and in the end all fell flat as YSRCP registered a thundering victory garnering over 85 % of the seats.

As the juggernaut rolled across the state during Praja Sankalpa Yatra, the mass contact programme, it was not just history in the making but a new idiom has come into vogue.

The Party has nearly swept all the districts and stood as a colossal edifice radiating credibility and confidence.

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