Uttar Andhra: Rousing response to CM Jagan's Yatra; CM’s Visakhapatnam Roadshow Massive Hit

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CM Jagan's Memantha Siddham Bus Yatra generates groundswell of support in Uttar Andhra

Crowds throng Visakhapatnam, the City of Destiny, on Day 20 of Memantha Siddham Yatra

It’s ‘Advantage YSRCP’ as significant leaders from TDP & JSP from Visakhapatnam officially switch allegiance

Day 20 of the Memantha Siddham Yatra led by Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy witnessed tremendous enthusiasm from various sections of society including elderly, women, and the youth as it entered Visakhapatnam today. Despite the scorching heat, the excitement was palpable, reflecting the shared aspiration of the people for welfare and development under Chief Minister Jagan's leadership.

Advantage YSRCP
As the yatra traversed through Uttar Andhra, scores of Opposition leaders from Janasena and Telugu Desam Party joined the YSR Congress Party thereby indicating a ‘Jagan wave’ this election too. Giridhar Gampala, a senior leader of the Janasena Party who contested in the 2019 assembly elections from Visakha South constituency, along with G. Sreeja and G. Dhanush; Janasena senior leader N. Srinivas; Chairman of The Federation of AP&TS FCRA NGO & Educationist Alivar Raju Roy from Bheemili, a member of the Janasena Party; Executive Trustee of the Shankar Foundation Krishna Kumar, former TDP District President and former UDA Director D. Bharti, and TDP Youth Wing leaders Charan, Sandeep, Kiranmayi and Dasu all officially joined the YSR Congress Party today. 

Meanwhile, Day 20 of the bus yatra progressed through various villages and junctions, with each stop marked by massive crowds cheering for their ‘hero’. CM Jagan commenced the day from Pinagadi Junction, Pendurthi Mandal where locals eagerly lined up to catch a glimpse of the Chief Minister. As the bus arrived, a large number of locals thronged to cheer and meet CM Jagan. Stepping off the bus, CM Jagan interacted with locals from Pinagadi Village.

In a touching moment during the yatra, CM Jagan encountered disabled twins G. Tarun Kumar and G. Jeevan Kumar in Rampuram Village. Inspired by their resilience and determination, CM Jagan assured them of his support in their pursuit of higher education, reaffirming his commitment to inclusivity and empowerment.

Through the course of the day, the Yatra passed through Chamalapalli village, and later Vepagunta, after which it proceeded towards Gopalapatnam, NAD Junction, Kancharapalem, Akkayapalem, Maddhilapalem, Venkajipalem and finally concluded at Yendada.

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