YS Jagan Begins Padayatra From Kothapalem on Day 245

YSRCP President YS Jagan Mohan Reddy - Sakshi Post

Yalamanchili: Praja Sankalpa Yatra, the mass outreach initiative of YSR Congress Party chief, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has been receiving tremendous response from the masses. The YSRCP chief has been accorded a warm welcome at every step of his way throughout his padayatra. The padayatra is one of its kind as it's the longest march undertaken by any leader in the history of Indian politics.

The Leader of Opposition in Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly embarked on his padayatra on November 6 from Idupulapaya. The padayatra covering a distance of 3000 kilometres was to conclude in six months. However, the overwhelming response to the padayatra has stretched it beyond schedule. However, YS Jagan is not at all complaining. In fact, the people's leader is more than willing to accommodate people so he could ease their burden. Thousands of people have come to him to pour out their woes under the ruling TDP. YS Jagan is offering them hope while demanding action from the government.

The YSRCP Chief began day 245 of his Praja Sankalpa Yatra from Kothapalem in Yalamanchili constituency of Visakhapatnam district on Saturday morning and was progressing successfully. The padayatra will proceed towards Narayanapuram, Mamidiwada, Gokiwada, Panchdarla, Apparayudupalem and Dharabhogapuram. The people's leader will halt for the night at Dharabhogapuram.

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