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Targeting 15 lakh people for the Siddham event

Targeting 15 lakh people for the Siddham event

Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy, in his capacity as the president of YSRC, will unveil the contents of YSRC’s 2024 election manifesto during the final and grand Siddham meeting at Medarametla in the Addanki constituency of Bapatla district on March 10.

The ruling party leaders are orchestrating the mobilization of 1.5 million cadres and supporters for the event.

The top leadership of YSRC is perturbed by the calculated campaigns of opposition parties, particularly Telugu Desam, aimed at creating an impression in the public psyche that YSRC lacks mass support, thereby insinuating an inevitable defeat for the ruling party in the upcoming elections.

A senior YSRC leader explained that it is in response to such propaganda that Jagan Mohan Reddy initiated the Siddham series, drawing massive crowds to every gathering.

The visible turnout at Siddham meetings has caused people to question the negative narratives propagated by opposition leaders, notably TD chief N. Chandrababu Naidu.

YSRC regional coordinator and Rajya Sabha member V. Vijayasai Reddy expressed confidence, citing the overwhelming response to Siddham meetings across various regions of the state.

He asserted that YSRC is poised to win all 175 Assembly seats and 25 Lok Sabha seats in the imminent twin elections for the Andhra Pradesh Assembly and Indian Parliament.

Ahead of the Medarametla meeting, the ruling party convened a preparatory session and unveiled a poster for the Addanki Siddham event, along with releasing a promotional song.

Vijayasai Reddy disclosed that 1.5 million attendees from 43 Assembly constituencies spanning Tirupati, Nellore, Bapatla, Guntur, Prakasam, and Palnadu districts are expected to participate in the Medarametla gathering.

He emphasized that the Chief Minister will utilize the occasion to enlighten the people about the accomplishments of the YSRC government, particularly its initiatives benefiting the BC, SC, ST, and Minority communities during the past four years and 10 months.


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