Anti-incumbency has set in too soon for the Chandrababu Naidu government, said YSRCP chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Speaking to party workers during his two-day tour of Anantapur district, Jagan said usually, anti-incumbency, which usually sets in after two years, has set in far too soon in just about two months.
Speaking after reviewing the party work and the recent election results, he called upon the party workers to fight the anti-people policies of the TDP. He said the YSRCP leaders should stand by the victims.
“The people of the state have realized that TDP had come to power with fake promises. The people are looking towards us now. We should organise struggles for them,” said Y.S.Jagan.
The YSRCP president called upon the party leaders and workers to lay a siege to all offices in every mandal on October 16 in protest against the failures of the TDP government in the state.