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Jagan catching up with lost time

Jagan catching  up with lost time
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YS Jagan Catching Up With Lost Time. A day after his release from Chanchalguda jail on bail, the YSR Congress party president YS Jaganmohan Reddy held a series of meetings with party leaders and was seen evolving political strategies to strengthen the party in the run up to the 2014 elections.

  • Busy meeting partymen, planning strategy
  • May seek court permission to go around the state and address public meetings
  • Plans forging alliances with like-minded parties
  • APNGOs reps meet Jagan, seek his support

He is likely to hold talks with leaders of the CPM, including B V Raghavulu, since the YSRCP has been projecting itself as a pro-United Andhra party

Hyderabad: A day after his release from Chanchalguda jail on bail, the YSR Congress party president YS Jaganmohan Reddy held a series of meetings with party leaders and was seen evolving political strategies to strengthen the party in the run up to the 2014 elections. He also discussed the ongoing united Andhra struggle in Seemandhra region with party leaders. According to MLAs G Srikanth Reddy and Prasanna Kumar Reddy, Jagan wants to revive the party’s future in Telangana region. The party leaders indicated that he was likely to seek the permission of the court to go round the state and address public meetings.

Jagan, the leaders say would soon hold districtwise review. He will also take a decision on the issue of forging electoral alliances with likeminded parties. He is likely to hold talks with leaders of the CPM, including B V Raghavulu, since the YSRCP has been projecting itself as a pro-United Andhra party. A large number of party activists and leaders including MLAs and MLCs started reaching his Lotus Pond house from 9.30 am. Jagan greeted them and said, "Now, I have come, let's work together for the welfare of the common man and establish the golden era of YS Rajasekhara Reddy in the state."

YS Jagan Catching Up With Lost Time

Later, Jagan met Seemandhra Secretariat Employees Union who invited him to attend a meeting to be organised in New Delhi next week. He assured them that a representative from his party would be deputed to attend the meeting. The employees union also thanked Jagan for extending his party’s support to united Andhra movement. After the meeting, Jagan dedicated two hours time to meet his supporters and party workers who came from different parts of the state. People, who thronged the house since morning, vied with each other to shake hands with their leader. He was also seen sharing a word with few of them and thanking them for their support.

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