Shobha Nagi Reddy's last interview

Shobha Nagi Reddy's last interview - Sakshi Post

The first woman Chairman chairman of APSRTC and key leader in YSR Congress Party, Shobha Nagi Reddy, died after being inujuried in a brutal car accident on Thursday.  

A hard working party leader, she completely submerged herself into campaigning for YSRCP. In her last interview with Sakshi channel, during campaigning in her hometown, Allagadda, she sounded upbeat about YSRCP's chances, this elections.  

"People of the state are with YSRCP, and they are excited to have YS Jagan as their CM. This has filled the cadre with confidence.  It is the same in Allagadda, as well."   

Remembering the late YS Rajasekhara Reddy, she said that after his demise, welfare schemes have not found their way to the poor. "The public did not face any problem during his reign. Today, there is a steep hike in bus tickets and power charges. There are no pension schemes and crops are not being sold at a good price," the late leader said.

She appealed to the public to wait for a month. 

She pointed out that once YS Jagan comes to power, he will steer the state towards development. " YS Jagan's six signatures will solve all the problems of public," she said. The YSRCP leader who was seen actively participating in campaigning with Sharmila is, unfortunately, no more.  


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