YSRCP celebrates YS Jagan’s birthday

The birthday of YSR Congress party President YS Jagan Mohan Reddy was celebrated across the state with fervour and a strong resolve to usher-in pro-people welfare state under the Young leader who is seen as the future of the state, even as the birthday boy had shared the event with masses at in the far-flung Srikakulam district amplifying simplicity and concern for the poor and downtrodden.

While the Leader of Opposition has celebrated his birthday with a large number of followers at Dandugopalapuram village of Tekkali assembly constituency, elsewhere in the state his followers, fans and party leaders held the event with pomp and a resolve to end the corrupt rule of TDP ushering in a welfare state which was seen during Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy’s term.

At the Party Central Office here senior leader V Viajayasai Reddy, Mekapati Raja Mohan Reddy, Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy, Md Iqbal, Gattu Srikant Reddy and others participated in the birthday celebrations.

Speaking on the occasion they said that YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has always been with the people and had waged many a battle for justice for the past ten years and it is time to usher in a welfare state with people giving him decisive mandate.

The Praja Sankalpa Yatra has clocked 3,500 km and counting during which he has interacted with all sections of people and he stood on their behalf and fought for their cause. No leader in nation or perhaps even the world, had undertaken such an odyssey so far.

The anti-democratic policies and anarchy prevailing in the state has to go with people teaching them a fitting lesson and affirmed that by next birthday of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy would be at the helm of affairs of the state with people enjoying the fruits of various welfare schemes.

There is also need to indentify and bring to book the people behind the attempt on life of the Leader of Opposition which would eventually happen and the state would see value based political atmosphere, they said.

Medical camps were held at various places to mark the occasion and people participated in large numbers.