YS Vijayamma Urge People To Support Her Son In Padayatra

November 06, 2017 14:51
YS Vijayamma Urge People To Support Her Son In Padayatra

YS Vijayamma Urge People To Support Her Son In Padayatra:- A day ahead of YSR Party leader Jagan Mohan Reddy’s “Praja Sankalpa Yatra”, YSRCP honorary Party President, YS Vijayamma, urged the people of Andhra Pradesh to bless Jagan like they would bless their son.

During his yatra on foot, Vijayamma asked the people to support Jagan Mohan, like they backed late Dr YS Rajasekhar Reddy. Vijayamma, addressing reporters said, “He is going to meet all of you, and will strive to find solutions to all your problems”.

Vijayamma further recalled late YSR’s yatra. She said that the plan of every welfare scheme he implemented, was prepared during this yatra as Opposition leader.

“After coming to power, YSR worked like a role model. People have seen the regimes of N Kiran Kumar Reddy and N Chandrababu Naidu, and how the welfare benefits did not reach them. I request you to bring YSRCP to power again”.

She further said, “CM Naidu is scared of Jagan’s yatra”. Vijayamma criticised the Aarogyasri scheme for covering people living in Hyderabad.

Meanwhile, today, Y S Jagan has launched his padayatra. He started from Idupulapaya in Kadapa district, and paid tributes to late YS Rajasekhar Reddy at YSR Ghat. The YSRCP supremo further took the blessings of his mother Vijayamma and sister Sharmila. In the launch, YSRCP MLAs, MPs and party cadres were witnessed in huge numbers

The Yatra already started at 1.30 pm from Idupulapaya via Vempalli, where Jagan will have lunch and again start at 3.30. He will reach Maruti Nagar village by 4.30, after which it heads through Veeragadda palli and Komaram palli.

At Vempalli, YS Jagan will stay tonight and continue his Padayatra in Kadapa for eight days. The Padayatra, expected to cover 3,000 km, will continue for 180 days and YS Jagan will tour 125 constituencies and address 125 public meetings.


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