CM reviews Gadapa Gadapaku Mana Prabhutvam
Amaravati, June 21: Setting a precise roadmap for the party to make a clean sweep of 175 seats in the next assembly elections, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy directed the cadre to take Gadapa Gadapaku Mana Prabhutvam programme (Governance at door step) seriously and involve in it vigorously henceforth.
Addressing the YSRCP MLAs, MLCs, Ministers, district unit presidents and regional coordinators at a work shop of Gadapa Gadapaku Mana Prabhutvam here on Wednesday, the Chief Minister also explained the modalities on the functioning of Jagananna Suraksha that would begin from June 23 to be followed by “Why AP Needs Jagan’ programme.
Crores of poor people are dependent on the welfare programmes being implemented by the Government and the cadre would take the party much closer to the hearts of the people by playing a proactive role in Gadapa Gadapaku Mana Prabhutvam, finding out their problems and solving them, he said.
Since 92 % of the rural people and 84 % of the urban people are benefitted from the welfare programmes, party cadre should be well prepared in taking the beneficiaries along with them in countering the malicious propaganda of the opposition, he suggested.
“You should achieve this task in close coordination with secretariat convenors, Gruhasaradhulu and volunteers,” the Chief Minister told them.
More interactions with the people will enhance the graph of MLAs’ popularity more, he said, adding that performance only is the yardstick for giving party tickets in the next elections.
“If you want your graph to be of good strength in the party surveys, carry on the Gadapa Gadapaku Mana Prabhutvam briskly and solve people’s problems,” he told them, making it clear that he can’t be blamed if any one doesn’t get party tickets.
Explaining about Jagananna Suraksha that supplements Jaganannaku Chebudam, he said that volunteers, Gruhasaradhulu and secretariat staff would visit all families and find out the unresolved issues which would be solved by Mandal and Municipal level official teams later. District Collectors and other official teams also would visit the villages every week.
They would also take steps to enroll people as beneficiaries who are not getting welfare benefits despite having eligibility besides issuing necessary certificates like marriage certificates and ration cards.
For this, daily two camps would be held in every Mandal of all constituencies for a month from July 1 and MLAs should be present coordinating the Jagananna Suraksha. Orientation workshops will begin from June 23 for the party cadre.
Why AP needs Jagan
Later, it would be followed by Why AP Needs Jagan program through which people would be explained about the revolutionary changes brought about in the last four years and telling them about the necessity of continuing the YSRCP rule to continue the changes.
Tickets only to performers
Good performance of the MLAs would be good for them and the party as well, he said, observing that non-performance would harm their interests and those of the party.
He suggested that MLAs, coordinators and activists should explain the failures of TDP and achievements of YSRCP by elaborating the differences.
The Chief Minister also directed the party cadre to widely counter the vicious and malicious campaign launched by the pro-TDP media in a demonic manner. For this, the cadre should also make use of the fact-check campaign and explain the good work of the Government to the people through social media abundantly. Social media teams of the party should be strengthened from the village level for this, he said.