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Gadapa Gadapaku will steer YSRC to victory in 2024 polls: Subba Reddy

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Published Oct 7, 2022, 2:41 pm IST
Updated Oct 7, 2022, 2:41 pm IST
YV Subba Reddy. (Photo: AB image)
 YV Subba Reddy. (Photo: AB image)

Vishakapatnam: TTD chairman and YSRC party coordinator for Vizag, Anakapalli and ASR constituencies YV Subba Reddy said on Thursday that the more the Gadapa Gadapaku programmes, the more seats the party would win in the next general elections.

Subba Reddy was inaugurating the party office in Visakhapatnam West assembly constituency on Thursday.

He told the party workers to participate in the mass contact programme in large numbers and in more places as suggested by Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy.

“This is the only way to explain to the people about the welfare programmes launched by the government that are helping the poorer sections of the people,’’ Reddy said.

Speaking about the decentralization and three capitals, the party coordinator said the state can develop in all regions if the decentralization aim could be achieved. The Opposition parties have been conspiring to stall the process, he said.

He said the amount needed to develop new capital would cost the government over Rs. 1 lakh crore and the same could be used for the development programmes across the state. The ongoing pada yatra by the farmers of Amaravati was an organised mainly by the opposition parties, he said.

“There are yellow shirts behind the green attire. We have to teach them a lesson,’’ Subba Reddy said.

Minister for Industries and IT Gudivada Amarnath said though the party lost four assembly segments in the urban Visakhapatnam, the party bounced back by winning a majority of the wards in the GVMC elections. In the West constituency, out of 14 wards, the YSRC won in 10 wards, he said.

Amaranth introduced to the people Adari Anand, the new party coordinator for the West constituency. Former minister and party Vizag district president Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao was present.

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