YSR Congress Party president, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy resumed his popular mass contact programme Praja Sankalpa Yatra from Gudlavalleru in Gudivada constituency this morning. The YSRCP chief's public outreach programme entered its 155th day on Monday.

The AP Leader of Opposition has been walking through the length and breadth of Andhra Pradesh to get an insight into the hardships people have been put under the TDP rule. The Praja Sankalpa Yatra began on November 6 from Idupalapaya and is now inching towards the 2000-kilometre mark. While YS Jagan has received a warm welcome at every step of the way, a large number of people have been walking along to express their support to the people's leader. Besides, they are pouring out their woes seeking to the problems being faced by them on a daily basis.

Be it liquor wrecking havoc on their homes, TDP government's high-handedness in landgrabbing, Chandrababu's indifference to sand mafia, diluted Arogyasri scheme or even jobs for youth—the masses have an endless list of problems to share with YS Jagan.

Lending a patient ear to their problems, YS Jagan has been offering them hope and promised to better their lives after his party comes to power.

The 155th day of Praja Sankalpa Yatra will pass through Angaluru and Bommarulu. After a lunch break at Bommarulu, YS Jagan will continue his walkathon towards Gudivada. The YSRCP chief will hold a public meeting at Nehru Chowk Centre, Gudivada this evening before retiring for the night.