Kotagiri Sridhar Joins YSRCP

West Godavari: Amidst huge number of people gathered at Dwarak Tirumala in the public meeting conducted by YSRCP, Kotagiri Shidhar, the son of late leader Kotagiri Vidyadhara Rao, joined the party. The leader of opposition and YSRCP president, YS Jagan, warmly welcomed him into the party by decorating  him with the party's scarf. Leaders of the party spoke on the occasion to slam Chandrababu's deceptive rule.

Alla Nani (district party president)

We admire the leader, YS Jagan, who is relentlessly working hard to achieve special category status for the state's bright future. We welcome Kotagiri Sridhar, the son of leader Kotagiri Vidyadhara Rao, who has contributed a lot to the district. YS Jagan has been fighting for the welfare of the district. He is standing in support of the people in distress. He has visited the flood-prone areas of Polavaram and stood in support of the victims there. The Government has raised compensation from Rs.2 lakh to Rs.10 lakh to the expatriates after his demand. Recollect how the youth participated with enthusiasm in Yuvabheri programme. YS Jagan's fight in Tundurru area resulted in justice to the victims. We humbly welcome YS Jagan's fighht for the welfare of the people of the state through special category status.

Pilli Subhash Chandra Bose (Party district in-charge)

The Government may have posed hurdles for our leader's participation on APSCS movement in Visakhapatnam, but the huge gathering here today proves the solid support YS Jagan has from people. The people of this district gave 100% support to TDP in the last elections, but the party gave least importance to them. It did injustice to Polavaram expatriates. Farmers in every village are showing disgust. The Government is least bothered about them. We invite Kotagiri Sridhar with warmth. We should all unite to fight against the Government that deceived us with fake campaign promises. Backward castes were made 110 promises, but none were realised. Why should they still support TDP? People have gathered here to show their disgust towards the Government.