Jagan sets his eyes on 175 seats for YSRCP in 2024 elections

Jagan’s public meeting focused more on comparing the welfare schemes introduced by his YSRCP with those of the Telugu Desam Party

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  9 July 2022 1:33 PM GMT
Jagan sets his eyes on 175 seats for YSRCP in 2024 elections

Guntur: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy was elected YSRCP's lifetime president on 9 July at the party's plenary meet. On the second day of the plenary being held in Guntur, Jagan said the YSRCP plans to win 175 seats in the 2024 elections. A sea of supporters attended the plenary sessions on the second day, curious to listen to what Jagan would say about the forthcoming elections.

Jagan's public meeting focused more on comparing the welfare schemes introduced by his YSRCP with those of the Telugu Desam Party. He listed out schemes that were introduced by his party and criticised TDP chief N. Chandra Babu Naidu for his negative remarks.


"There were cases filed against me by the TDP. I was warned to stop my 'Odarpu Yatra' (a yatra Jagan took up to console the families of those who died after hearing the news of his father and former Chief Minister Y.S Rajasekhara Reddy's demise). If I had taken a step back at that time, I wouldn't have stood here. Those people who targeted me are now in a different situation. God has written a different script," said Jagan. He added, "We started our journey with two candidates, me as Member of Parliament from Kadapa constituency and my mother Vijayamma as MLA. Now, we have 151 MLAs and 22 MPs in the Lok Sabha."

Mocking Mr. Naidu's comments about the digital ring, Jagan said, "A chip shouldn't be in a ring or the knee. It should be in the brain to make good decisions for the welfare of the public."

'If you trust me, vote for me'

Speaking about the forthcoming elections, Jagan said in the 2024 elections the YSRCP will win 175 seats and make a clean sweep. He asked the public to compare his schemes with the TDP's manifesto promised during the TDP regime and see if they have fulfilled their promises. "In the coming elections, if you trust me and believe in what I do, vote for me. In these three years, we have set the roots for the future of AP for the next 30 years. Now, it's time to prepare the YSRCP Army in social media to strengthen the roots," concluded Jagan.

One volunteer killed in accident

In a tragic incident, a YSRCP volunteer who came to attend the YSRCP plenary died after being hit by a bus. The bus hit him near the Pedakakani area. Dinesh had come to Guntur from Govada village in Amruthaluru mandal.

Traffic jam

Hundreds of vehicles were stuck on the Guntur-Vijayawada highway. Soon after the plenary sessions concluded, people rushed out in groups and started heading back home. The traffic jam extended over a kilometer and the police were unable to handle the traffic.



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