Monday, May 27, 2024

No need for caste, money to rise in YSRCP: MLC

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YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) State general secretary and MLC Lella Appireddy has said that there is no need for caste, money and hereditaries to rise as a good leader in the YSRCP.

A programme was organised here on Monday on the occasion of the joining of 30 families in the YSRCP after quitting the TDP. Addressing the activists on the occasion, Appireddy opined that those who have followed party ideology and who are obedient to the leadership would come into politics.

The MLC made it clear that the mentality of working for the people, the guts and discipline to go to any extent for those who believe in them are some of the essential features to come up in politics and get recognition. He said YSRCP president and Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy always give due importance to the efficient and deserved leaders in the party.

Appireddy alleged that the Opposition parties were spreading false information about the government and against the YSRCP, adding that the people would not trust them.He said that former state president of the home guards association Potturi Ramakrishna Rao and his son Shankar were attracted by the popular rule of Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy and that is why they joined the party today along with his large number of followers.

He called upon them to take the welfare schemes being implemented by the government to the people and strive to ensure that the welfare schemes reached all eligible poor. He appealed to all to stand by the Chief Minister and continue extending support to him.

Mayor Kavati Manohar Naidu lauded Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy emerged as the best Chief Minister in the country. Many states in the country are looking towards Andhra Pradesh to take a cue to emulate the welfare schemes being implemented here. Those who want the progress of the state are joining the YSRCP, he said.

MLA Maddali Giridhar claimed that Andhra Pradesh had achieved progress even in the financial crisis due Coronavirus. Mirch Yard chairman Chandragiri Yesuratnam and other leaders were present.

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