Jagan hikes pension promise, a race to beat Naidu

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In an attempt to beat Telugu Desam Party supremo and chief minister Chandrababu Naidu, the Opposition leader and YSR Congress chief Jaganmohan Reddy seems to have joined the race to lure the voters. The Opposition leader intensifies his outreach programme by holding district level meetings with the party booth level workers. He is pushing them into action to be ready for the polls as they play key role with the parties go for elections and people turn up at the polling booths.

After his successful marathon walk from Idupulapaya to Ichapuram, Jaganmohan Reddy is now reaching out to the party cadre from the grassroots where he is making his mind clear to them. He is going at length explaining every promise that he had made for the 2019 elections and readying them for the greater battle. It is this section of the people who matter a lot for any political party to get votes at the booth level. The active participation of these people contributes a lot in the victory of the party.

It is for this reason, Jaganmohan Reddy is reaching out to the booth level workers across the State and it started with the Tirupati meeting on Wednesday. Having explained all his poll promises to his part workers, Jaganmohan Reddy had intensified the race by promising to pay Rs 3,000 pension to the people. He had initially promised Rs 2000 pension but, the chief minister had already implemented it. Now, to be ahead of his opponent, Jaganmohan Reddy announced Rs 3,000 and told his party cadre to take the message to the people.

Several promises that Jaganmohan Reddy had made in his Nava Rathnalu are now being implemented by the TDP government. The pension, support to the auto drivers, financial support to the women from the self-help groups, the assistance and intervention for the farmers are already being implemented now by the TDP government. Hence, Jaganmohan Reddy is now taking out more weapons from his armour to hit at his rival and win the voters.

Ravi Batchali
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