YSRCP State general secretary, Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy, has underscored the need for party observers to play a more significant and responsible role in the Assembly constituencies. A teleconference was conducted on Tuesday with party observers representing the 175 constituencies across the State. Aligning with YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s vision, the observers were urged to concentrate their efforts on securing victory in all 175 constituencies.
Reddy stressed the importance of familiarising themselves with the constituencies, resolving issues, and understanding the role of the opposition. He acknowledged the immense faith and trust YS Jagan has placed in the observers.
Reddy called for party observers to spend at least two days a week in their respective assembly constituencies, fully dedicated to strengthening the party. Chief Minister and party president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has specifically instructed the observers to prioritize party activities. The local MLAs or coordinators were emphasized as key figures in their constituencies.
Reddy also emphasised the need to address any problems within the constituency amicably.
Should any differences arise among party leaders, they were advised to be brought to the attention of the regional coordinators and the central office of the party.
He further highlighted the importance of focusing on the implementation of the ‘Jagananna Suraksha’ scheme within their respective constituencies. Observers were instructed to address the concerns of the people through the scheme and ensure its successful execution for the benefit of the beneficiaries. Coordination with family heads, village secretariat conveners, mandal, ward, and division party leaders was emphasized. Reddy underscored the significant responsibility that observers carry. Chief Minister YS Jagan emphasized the critical nature of the party’s victory in the upcoming elections, given the people’s deep trust in the YSRCP. He said the party’s position in the constituencies should be assessed periodically.
Reddy also stressed the importance of focussing on amending the voter list, considering the revelation that approximately 6.8 million fake votes were registered during the tumultuous period of Chandrababu Naidu and TDP leaders between 2014 and 2019 when the TDP was in power.