YS Jagan Padayatra Reaches 3600 Km Landmark

YSRCP chief <a href="https://english.sakshi.com/topic/YS%20Jagan%20Mohan%20Reddy">YS Jagan Mohan Reddy</a> - Sakshi Post

Leader of Opposition in Andhra Pradesh Assembly and YSRCP chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's popular mass contact initiative Praja Sankalpa Yatra has received overwhelming response across the state. The Padayatra, in its last leg, is progressing successfully in Srikakulam district.

The people's leader traversed through the 13 districts of AP over a span of 14 months. On Saturday, YS Jagan reached yet another milestone amidst massive support from the locals, party workers and Dr YSR's supporters.

YS Jagan's padayatra reached the 3,600 km landmark at Baruva Junction in Ichchapuram constituency of Srikakulam district. On the occasion, YS Jagan planted a sapling and hoisted the party flag. On Day 337, the YSRCP chief began the padayatra from Turaka Sasanam in Sompeta Mandal.

Later, the padayatra proceeded towards Palavalasa, Korlam and Baruva Junction. The people's leader will retire for the night after reaching Lakkavaram. On 9 January, YS Jagan padayatra will end with a massive public meeting at Ichhapuram.

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