Samajika Sadhikara Yatra From Three Regions of AP on October 26

By :  Md Illyas
Update: 2023-10-24 20:14 GMT
YS Jagan Mohan Reddy said, A clear message should also be sent out to the people through these bus yatras that the forthcoming elections will be a fight between the poor and the rich. The bus yatras will roll on for two months. (Image: DC)

Vijayawada: Following instructions from party chief and Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, the YSRC is launching bus yatras styled as Samajika Sadhikara (social empowerment) Yatras from three regions of Andhra Pradesh on October 26.

The Chief Minister said the party’s meetings would be held across the state daily – one in each region -- and local MLAs, party in-charges and SC, ST, BC and minority leaders would address these meetings.

“The leaders should explain the welfare benefits received by the SC, ST, BC and minorities in the last 52 months of the YSRC rule and highlight the achievements like social justice, women empowerment and benefits of revolutionary changes brought in education, medical and agricultural spheres," he said.

The Chief Minister said, “A clear message should also be sent out to the people through these bus yatras that the forthcoming elections will be a fight between the poor and the rich. The bus yatras will roll on for two months.”

The aim is to ensure victory for the YSRC in all 175 constituencies in the 2024 elections. In view of the good response to the Gadapa Gadapaku Mana Prabhutvam programme from May last year, the party-related programmes are also being conducted.

For the Yatras, three buses have been specially arranged with the YSRC symbol Fan projected prominently on their front. At the top would appear the name Samajika Sadhikara Yatra. On the other three sides, stickers with “Maa Namakkam Nuvve Jagananna'' and photos of the Chief Minister have been set.

Images of prominent BC, SC, ST and minority leaders were also placed on these buses.

The first phase of the bus yatra will be in the constituencies of Ichchapuram in Uttarandhra, Tenali in coastal Andhra and Singanamala in Rayalaseema. This would last till November 9.

The Yatra would start in Uttarandhra from Ichchapuram on October 26, Gajapatinagaram on October 27, Bhimili on October 28, Paderu on October 30, Amudalavala on October 31, Parvathipuram on November 1, Madugula on November 2, Narasannapet on November 3, Sringavarapukota on November 4, Gajuwaka on November 7, Rajam on November 8.

On November 9, the bus yatra will cover Salur and Anakapalle constituencies.

In coastal Andhra, the bus yatra will start from Tenali on October 26, Narasapuram on October 27, Cherala on October 28, Denduluru on October 30, Nandigama on October 31, Kothapeta on November 1, Avanigadda on November 2, Kakinada Rural on November 3, Guntur East Constituency on November 4, Rajahmundry Rural on November 6, Vinukonda on November 7, Palakollu on November 8 and Pamarru constituencies on November 9.

In Rayalaseema, the first phase bus yatra will start in Singanamala constituency on October 26, Tirupati on October 27, Proddutur on October 28, Udayagiri on October 30, Adoni on October 31, Kanigiri on November 1, Chittoor on November 2, Srikalahasti on November 3, Dharmavaram on November 4, Markapuram on November 6, Allagadda on November 7, Nellore Rural on November 8 and Tambellapalle on November 9.

State planning board vice-chairman and Vijayawada central MLA Malladi Vishnu said there was high enthusiasm in the YSRC. The entire party cadre would participate in the bus yatra. “A festive atmosphere will be witnessed across the state from October 26,” he said.

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