Jubilant party workers celebrate YSRCP anniversary

12 Mar, 2013 15:18 IST|Sakshi
Jubilant party workers celebrate YSRCP anniversary

It's been two years since YSR Congress Party's inception and the party has only grown by leaps and bounds against all odds.

The party floated by Dr YSR's son, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is celebrating its second anniversary today. The party was started on March 12, 2010. Celebrations to mark the occasion are in full swing across the state.

YSR Congress Party honorary president, YS Vijayamma kick-started the anniversary celebrations by hoisting the party flag and cutting a cake.

Addressing a huge gathering during the ceremony at the YSRCP's office in Jublihills, Vijayamma recalled how her husband YSR's welfare schemes had benefited the poor. She criticized the present government for dumping the schemes. Vijayamma also hit out at the government and the TDP for their conspiracies to trouble the family. "On one hand, Jagan was sent to jail. On the other, they have targeted Sharmila's husband while she is walking across villages to learn about people's problems," she alleged.

Reacting to the comments from various parties alleging that YSRCP was willing to merge with the Congress, Vijayamma rubbished the media report. She said that some statements carried in the paper were not entirely true and were misleading.

She assured everyone that good days would return. She expressed hope that there will be an end to all problems once her son Jagan was out of jail.

She expressed her heartfelt gratitude to all those who had stood by her family in crisis. She assured everyone that Jagan will fight to implement welfare schemes that were a hit during the YSR regime. Jagan will relentlessly work for the up liftment of the society, she said.

Meanwhile, YSRCP leaders at the Kadapa office held grand celebrations to mark the happy occasion. District convenor Suresh Babu and Raguram Reddy hoisted the party flag.
YSRCP will always be first in fighting for people's problems, the leaders said.


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