Andhra CM Jagan to launch bus yatra for YSRCP’s campaign from March 27

YSR Congress Party said that arrangements have been made for the bus yatra titled 'Memanta Siddham' (All of us are ready).
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YSR Congress Party's election campaign in Andhra Pradesh will pick up momentum with the launch of party president and Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's bus yatra from March 27, the party said on Tuesday, March 19.  The ruling party announced that all arrangements have been made for the bus yatra titled 'Memanta Siddham' (We are all ready).

The bus yatra will commence from Idupulapaya in Kadapa district as Jagan will launch it after paying tributes to his late father and former Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy at his final resting place. The inaugural day features a public gathering in Proddatur.

On the second day, the bus yatra will reach Nandyal Lok Sabha constituency. There will be engagements with various communities during the day at Nandyal or Allagadda, followed by a public meeting in the evening at Nandyal.

The third day will see the bus yatra in the Kurnool Parliament constituency. Jagan Mohan Reddy will interact with representatives from different communities during the day and hold a public meeting in the evening.

The bus yatra from Idupulapaya to north Andhra will continue for 21 days and cover all districts except the four districts where ‘Siddham’ preparatory meetings were held. As part of the interaction, suggestions would be received from the people to further improve the performance of the government, YSRCP leaders said on March 19. 

YSRCP general secretary Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy said that the Chief Minister will seek suggestions from various communities during the interaction. The bus yatra programme has been finalised for three days and the party is planning to organise public meetings in two Assembly segments in each Lok Sabha constituency.

He recalled that before the announcement of the election schedule, the YSRCP held four ‘Siddham’ meetings. These meetings were held at four places from Anantapur to north Andhra.

The bus yatra is expected to continue till April 18, when the notification for the elections is scheduled to be released. Ramakrishna Reddy said after the issue of poll notification, the Chief Minister will start addressing election rallies. "We are watching all sorts of forces and rivals coming together. From our side, our leader is coming alone," he said.

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