Nellore: There have been many firsts besides innovations and trend settings which could be seen as the main feature of the YSR Congress Party that has received overwhelming public support in the 2019 general elections and much before.
Entertaining participatory politics during public meetings and events became the hallmark of YRCP. During the numerous dharnas and deekshas party president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has taken up since the inception of the Party, audience were always given prominence and were given the mike to speak on every single occasion.
When farmers were given mike at the launch of Rythu Bharosa-PM Kisan here on Tuesday, farmers Chand Pasha and Ramana Reddy thanked the Chief Minister for the help they have received.
This has been a pattern which was well received by the civil society and comes like a whiff of fresh air to see the beneficiaries talking and the Chief Guest hearing to them.
The Chief Minister also makes it a point to go round the stalls at every function and interact with the people working at ground level which shows his down-to-earth approach.
During the launch of Village Secretariats and before that, while giving away the certificates to the Village Volunteers, he had given mike to the participants and they had the opportunity to speak their mind out.
At the Vahana Mitra launch, auto drivers shared the dais with the Chief Minister and spoke about themselves and the welfare scheme.
During the YSR Kanti Velugu, where screening tests began to school children, it was a moving sight to see a visually impaired boy speak his mind out and equally moving was the scene when a young girl has asked for the provision of sanitary napkins at government schools.
Students, weavers, farmers, women and all sections of people were given the opportunity to speak in most of the functions and meetings addressed by Sri YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.
It was YSRCP which was the first political party to show audiovisual clippings in press conferences and public meetings to effectively counter the opponents and nails their lies.
YSRCP has again stood up to its name and the name Yuvajana Shramika Rythu (YSR) truly reflected in the welfare schemes launched by the State Government.
Agriculture Minister K Kanna Babu said, it was the launch of Village Secretariats which has given hope to Yuvajana (youth) followed by Kanti Velugu to Shramika (auto, taxi and maxi cab drivers) and Rythu (farmers) welfare that has been looked after by the government and all this happened in just one month’s time, he said.
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