Jagan Mohan Reddy’s ‘Memantha Siddham’ yatra begins

 During the event, Jagan addressed various issues, including allegations against the TDP and his government’s achievements. He urged supporters to stand united against the opposition and emphasized the importance of voting for YSRCP.

| Updated: 28 March, 2024 12:22 pm IST
Jagan Mohan Reddy

KADAPA:  Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy commenced his 21-day ‘Memantha Siddham’ yatra, starting from Idupulupaya in Kadapa. He paid respects to his father, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy’s Samadhi before embarking on the journey.

The yatra kicked off in the lively streets of Vempalli in Kadapa district, where enthusiastic crowds sent a clear message of support to Jagananna amidst the festive atmosphere. From Vempalli, he proceeded to Yerraguntla, where a massive crowd greeted him. Supporters filled the streets, waving YSRCP flags and chanting “Memantha Siddham” as his bus passed through various towns and villages.

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 During the event, Jagan addressed various issues, including allegations against the TDP and his government’s achievements. He urged supporters to stand united against the opposition and emphasized the importance of voting for YSRCP. Highlighting the government’s achievements, including social security pensions and educational reforms, Jagan called for continued support to ensure the welfare of the people.

Emphasizing grassroots campaigning and awareness about government schemes, he urged beneficiaries to secure a promising future for Andhra Pradesh. Stressing the need for continued support to maintain the momentum of welfare governance, Jagan called on supporters to actively engage in campaigning and ensure the delivery of benefits to every household.

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 Critiquing Chandrababu Naidu’s political tactics, he urged supporters to reject false promises and stand with YSRCP for a brighter future. Reiterating his commitment to the development of Andhra Pradesh, he urged supporters to work towards a better tomorrow under YSRCP’s leadership.

As the yatra progresses, the enthusiasm among supporters remains high, aiming to connect with the people and garner support for YSRCP ahead of the upcoming elections.

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