I've done my best, now it's your turn, says Jagan

YSR Congress party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy gave his piece of mind to the party leaders and cadre, telling them that it’s time for them to act and see that the party will win 175 out of 175 seats.

“I have done whatever I could in my capacity. Now it is your turn to take my achievements into the people and see that you all win the elections. Remember, our target is 175 out of 175 assembly seats,” Jagan told the party leaders at an internal meeting of the party.

Jagan presented a comprehensive strategy before the party leaders to win the elections.

“Organisation is most important. All MLAs and ACCs should asses their booth capacity structure. Take every gram sachivalayam as a unit. Appoint one credible person. This person should equip the cadre as well as monitor them,” he said.

He asked the party coordinators and MLA candidates to be available to the cadre at all times.

“Even if you get calls at midnight, you should answer them. ⁠Attach yourselves with volunteers and Gruha Sarathis and make your own team. Each team should have 1+3 members,” he said.

Stating that his government has an impeccable record, the chief minister said the party and the government had done great work.

“Now just concentrate on the organisation. ⁠If we have benefitted everyone so much, then why should not get absolute majority. The majority should start from Kuppam,” he said.

He asked them to go to every household with full confidence and tell them that the government had done good for the poor and now the party needed their support. 

“Unlike Naidu, we have done what we said. ⁠We came to power because people believed we can fulfil all that we promised. People voted for us because of trust. Now, I want all my karyakartas to proudly visit every household and talk about how we fulfilled each of the manifesto promises we made,” he said.

Stating that the coming election is not going to be a caste war, but a class war, the YSRCP chief asked the party leaders to tell the people that only if Jagan is there, the welfare schemes will continue.

“⁠Warn everyone that if they don’t vote for YSRCP, all the welfare will stop,” he said.

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