YSRCP president and Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will be presenting a roadmap for the party for the next two years, leading to the 2024 elections. On Wednesday, he had called for a broad-based party meeting and the reports said that the CM Jagan may consider going to elections six months early.
Ministers, recently appointed district party presidents, regional coordinators, and presidents of the party’s affiliated organizations have attended the meeting on Wednesday.
Currently, the YSRCP is going ahead without the services of Prashant Kishor and decided to rely on the work put in by the government to see the party through.
With this, Jagan Mohan Reddy has decided to draft the roadmap for legislators and party leaders to work as poll strategists, and he is working on the feedback received from various sources.
According to the sources, Jagan would like to fix specific targets for every minister, district party president, and regional coordinator on how many seats the party should win in the upcoming elections in their respective zones. They have to identify the weak areas and come out with strategies on how to fix them.