YSRCP Plenary: Jagan Calls For Regime Change
Guntur: The third plenary of YSRCP has started with a bang. Party chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy gave an inspiring welcome speech in which he remembered his father YS Rajasekhara Reddy for his welfare measures as Chief Minister of united Andhra Pradesh. Leaders who spoke after Jagan referred to YSR a number of times since his birth anniversary happened to be on this day, July 9. They said had YSR not died, the State would never have been bifurcated.
M Raja Mohan Reddy who introduced the political resolution, spoke of twin dangers of defections and the unviable election promises that are threatening democracy in this part of the country. The MP extolled the qualities of the departed leader, YSR.
Roja, actor-turned-politician and an MLA representing Nagari in Chittoor district has mounted a devastating attack against Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and his son Lokesh. Giddi Iswari, a tribal MLA from Visakha agency, criticised the government for not treating the women respectfully. She and Roja alleged that the crimes against women had increased in the last three years.
The deliberations had started in right earnest after Jagan came from Idupulapaya where the family paid respects to YSR at the YSR Ghat.
Senior leader and leader opposition in AP legislative council Ummareddy Venkateswarlu has conducted the proceedings while the party chief presided over the session. The deliberation ended for the day by 5 pm.