Holding a rachabanda programme, YSRCP leader Sharmila said the farmers had sold away their properties during the Chandrababu tenure with increasing debts, but the farming community relieved of their burdens during YSR's regime.
When the women and the old in large numbers participated at the rachabanda at Anupalem village in Guntur district as part of Maro praja prasthanam briefed their hardships without basic facilities like roads, houses and power, Sharmila assured them that the good days were not far off and his brother Jagan Mohan Reddy would come to their rescue to solve all their problems.
She expressed deep concern over the plight of students who were becoming drop-outs due to stoppage of fee reimbursement. She said farmers and students would get their share of fruits in the ensuing rule of his brother Jagan. She, however, called upon the students not to stop their education till then.