YSR Congress chief Jaganmohan Reddy is all set to launch his new outreach programme in the name of Samara Sankharavam, where he would be addressing the party booth level workers across the State. The first meeting is beginning today at Tirupati after which he would hold similar meetings in every district.
This is his first outreach programme after his successful completion of the marathon walk from Idupulapaya in Kadapa to Ichapuram in Srikakulam district covering 3,648 km.
The YSRCP has formed a network of 505,120 booth-level workers, with 1 convenor and 10 workers at each booth in Andhra Pradesh. Under the banner of Samara Shankaravam (booth-cadre meetings), Jaganmohan Reddy will meet and interact with these booth-level workers in each of the 13 districts of the State.
The Praja Sankalpa Yatra was followed by Ninnu Namma Babu (We Don’t Trust You Babu), Jagan Anna Pilupu (Jagan Anna is calling you), and now Samara Shankaravam (Booth-cadre meetings). Indian Political Action Committee (I-PAC), the campaign vehicle of YSRCP, is instrumental in conceptualizing, supporting, and executing all these campaigns.
Ninnu Nammam Babu campaign, which has been a resounding success, provided a platform for the public to register their frustrations with Chandrababu Naidu and declare ‘no confidence’ in his government. The first Jagan Anna Pilupu (neutral village-level influencer meet) was held in Hyderabad on January 31 2019, and will be replicated in all 13 districts of the state – in conjunction with the Samara Shankaravam (booth-cadre meeting).
The first booth-cadre meeting under the Samara Shankaravam banner will be held in Tirupati on 6th February 2019, where Jaganmohan Reddy will be interacting with 41,800 booth-level workers from the Chittoor district. This will be the first ever interaction between a leader and party cadre conducted by any political leader in Andhra Pradesh, on such a massive scale. During the interaction, the booth-level workers can put forward their questions to Jagan or provide suggestions to the party. At the end of the meeting, each of the booth-level worker will be given collaterals (door-stickers with party branding), to be used during subsequent door-to-door outreach.