Guntur: Three years after the landslide victory that brought YSRCP to power in Andhra Pradesh, the party is holding its two-day plenary meet in Guntur. YSRCP president and Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy delivered the inaugural address on 8 July and said that 95% of promises made in the manifesto were fulfilled with the support of ministers and senior leaders.
Addressing the people, the Chief Minister spoke about the YSRCP's 13-year journey and the sweat and blood given by leaders and cadres to the party. "I salute the people of Andhra Pradesh and our cadres for their support. We came across many hurdles in the last 13 years of our journey which resulted in a landslide victory three years ago," said Jagan.
He reiterated that it was the blessing of the people of Andhra Pradesh that made the party and the government work towards development, welfare, and social justice. It is the people who have stood behind the party and led us to victory in the 2019 general elections, the CM said.
1.5 lakh party members attend plenary
The plenary meeting on the first day was attended by around 1.5 lakh party members and cadres. The plenary is being held after a gap of five years. Ahead of the sessions, Jagan paid tributes to his father and former Chief Minister Dr. Y.S Rajasekhara Reddy at YSR ghat in Idupulapaya on his 73rd birth anniversary. The party has arranged a blood donation camp, and medical camp for the people attending the event.