YSRCP gears up for 2-day plenary in Guntur; upcoming polls on agenda

Jagan will give a speech on 9 July where he will reportedly ask party members to focus on the party agenda for the coming elections

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  7 July 2022 10:54 AM GMT
YSRCP gears up for 2-day plenary in Guntur; upcoming polls on agenda

Guntur: After a gap of five years, the YSRCP will hold a plenary on 8 and 9 July in Guntur. Chief Minister Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy will launch the inaugural session. The plenary is likely to give a road map to the party workers for the forthcoming elections. This is YSRCP's third plenary. The last one was held in September 2017 when Jagan announced his padayatra and Navaratnalu scheme.

According to reports, Jagan will give a speech on 9 July where he will reportedly ask party members to focus on the party agenda for the coming elections. "To strengthen the party, CM will speak on the establishment of committees and a new strategy for the forthcoming elections. There will be an announcement on electing members for the committees," said senior leader and MP V. Vijaya Sai Reddy.

On the first day, around 1.5 lakh are expected to attend the plenary and 4 lakhs are expected on the second day. From panchayat board members to senior leaders, all have been invited to the sessions. "TDP leader N. Chandrababu Naidu is spreading false news claiming that DWCRA women and government employees are to attend the plenary. The sessions will be attended only by party members and representatives," clarified Mr. Vijaya Sai Reddy. Keeping in view the season, party members have made rainproof German hangers and air-conditioned tents for seating and food.

Parking locations for the plenary

· RK Venuzia Layout near Khaja toll plaza will be the parking area for buses coming from Vijayawada to the plenary.

· Acharya Nagarjuna University is the parking space allotted for cars, autos, and two-wheelers coming from Vijayawada.

· Buses coming from Guntur will park at Nambur and Kanteru road.

· Cars, autos, and two-wheelers coming from Guntur will park at Keshavareddy School, Amalodbhavi Hotel, and Rain Tree Apartments.

"Parking space for the plenary is provided on 25 acres. We will keep an eye on the plenary through CCTV cameras," said deputy inspector general (Guntur range) Trivikram Varma.

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