YSRCP chief Jagan, who formed the government following unprecedented victory, has completed 10 months in power. He has only four years left. Out of these four years the last six months will go in devising poll strategy and hence there is no need to take them into account. As a result Jagan has more or less only three-and-half years. During this period Jagan government has many small and big goals. He is currently implementing host of welfare schemes for poor and farmers.
Will he again form the government because of these schemes? Will there be a chance for him to do so? This is the million dollar question. The reason for this is also obvious. Just before the previous elections the CM and TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu implemented various welfare schemes for the people. He showered money in the name of Pasupu-Kunkuma scheme. Still people did not elect him. Hence we can’t say that the welfare programmes always help.
Analysts believe that to please majority of people the key issues faced by the state have to be solved. There is a need to complete the crucial irrigation projects. There is no need to take up most of these projects simultaneously. If Jagan completes just two projects Polavaram and Veligonda he will make a place in the hearts of the farmers. At the same time there is a need to make things clear over the issue of the capital and give it a shape.
If a strategy is made to bring four major companies to AP, it will create employment opportunities and Jagan will always be remembered by the youth. He is saying that he is not at fault over the issue of special status but since people gave him 22 MPs, it will always remain a hot topic among people. Jagan will have to work hard on these issues. If he achieves these four goals, there will be brighter chances of his retaining power.