CM Jagan’s Memantha Siddham Yatra: Overwhelming Response in Godavari Region

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Massive turnout marks Day 17 in Rajahmundry and Ravulapalem

People give their stamp of approval for ‘Good Governance’, bless Jagan to continue for the second term

Day 17 of CM Jagan’s Memantha Siddham Yatra was marked by significant mass support as it traversed through the Godavari region, covering Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Konaseema and East Godavari districts.

Stretched across a distance of more than 16 km, the chief minister's roadshow in Rajahmundry kicked off at 5:15 pm and continued for an uninterrupted duration of 4 hours (the biggest ever in the history of Rajahmundry!). As the bus yatra advanced, it created a magnificent spectacle, with a sea of supporters coming out to greet the CM at Jonnadu, Pottilanka, Kodiyapulanka, Vemagiri, Morampudi, Thadithota, Church Centre, Devi Chowk, Paper Mill Centre, and Dwancheruvu. At every halt, with thousands of supporters coming in to bless the Chief Minister, it has become evident that the Memantha Siddham Yatra has gone beyond a mere political campaign, and has instead transformed into a beacon of unity, hope, and a platform to showcase the public’s resounding support for good governance in  Andhra Pradesh.

The epicenter of this Yatra today was Ravulapalem, where a huge gathering of locals, proudly displaying the YSR Congress flag, flooded the streets. From the elderly to the youth, women to young campaigners, a multitude of faces reflected steadfast support for the Chief Minister.

Earlier in the day, the Chief Minister began his journey from Thetali stay point, where he was greeted by YSR Congress party leaders from Tanuku, Tadepalligudem, and Achanta. Key leaders from the Janasena Party and the Telugu Desam Party officially joined the YSR Congress Party. Janasena's Razole constituency in-charge, Bonthu Rajeswara Rao, joining was followed by a wave of support from Amalapuram, Pithapuram, and Mammidivaram. The presence of former Minister Indukuri Ramakrishnam Raju added weight to the moment, as he exchanged warm greetings with Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy. 

Proceeding towards Tanuku town, he welcomed the entourage with open arms, setting the stage for a roadshow that would leave a lasting imprint on the hearts of people across Eethakota and Gopalapuram villages.

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