Close on the heels after the sage advice of party senior leader and former MP Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy, here comes another advice to the YSRCP. The advice is loud and clear. Do not take the 2024 elections lightly. This could be a tougher election than most YSRCP supporters might like to think.
After Mekapati, who said the YSRCP claims of winning all the 175 seats in 2024 were boastful, another senior leader and veteran of many a political battles, C Ramachadraiah too has warned that 2024 is not going to be a cakewalk. He asked the YSRCP not to be complacent about the TDP. He said Chandrababu Naidu was not a pushover.
In fact, Ramachandraiah said something more important. He said more than the opposition, it is the aspirations of the voters at large that need be taken into account. The peopleâ€™s aspirations have grown and fulfilling these ever-growing aspirations is set to be an arduous task, he said.
Ramachandraiah said that regular interaction with the voters at the ground level is going to be crucial and said that there must be a continuous interface with the people. He said that the parties need to understand the growing aspirations of the people. He said over confidence that the party would win all the 175 seats is going to ruin the party badly. Hope someone in the YSRCP is listening to these words.