Home PoliticsAndhra News

Now, YSRCP cadres to take forward 'Siddham'

Now, YSRCP cadres to take forward 'Siddham'

After the resounding success of three cadre meetings led by YSR Congress party president and Chief Minister Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, known as the "Siddham" meetings, held in Bheemili, Eluru, and Anantapur, the YSRCP has decided to expand the Siddham campaign to the district level.

Jagan has resolved to provide training to all party leaders up to the mandal level on the Siddham public outreach campaign, ensuring they can effectively execute it in the days ahead.

As part of the Siddham campaign, the YSRCP is organizing an internal meeting where Jagan himself will interact with and brief all leaders on political strategy at the booth level and the path forward.

In accordance with the strategy devised by the I-PAC team, the YSRCP has established 15-member booth committees across 47,000 booths. The next step involves training leaders to conduct public outreach programs with maximum efficiency.

Details regarding strategy, targets, and execution will be extensively discussed during Tuesday's meeting, addressed by Jagan.

Attendees will include Regional Coordinators, district presidents, MLAs, assembly constituency coordinators, observers, party mandal presidents, as well as constituency, mandal, and booth-level team members.

The YSRCP anticipates a turnout of 2700-3000 members for the internal training session scheduled for February 27.

As outlined in the meeting's agenda, key YSRCP leaders up to the Mandal level will receive training for the upcoming phase of Siddham, which will focus on public outreach campaigns, including door-to-door initiatives.

Through this public outreach program, the YSRCP aims to secure a minimum of 60% of votes in every booth, aided by Jagananna's star campaigners, who are beneficiaries of welfare schemes under the current government.


Tags: YSRCP Andhra Pradesh Siddham