On Sunday, the congress PARTY' target='_blank' title='ysr congress-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>ysr congress party, which is headed by andhra pradesh chief minister Y S jagan Mohan Reddy, entered its 13th year. Unquestionably, the party has travelled a tremendous path since it was founded in retaliation against the congress party for marginalising the ysr family following his passing. The party, which set a new record by winning 151 out of the state's 175 assembly seats in the 2019 assembly elections, is gearing up to win all 175 seats in 2024.

One would expect the YSRC leaders and cadre to mark their party foundation day in a spectacular fashion and convey the party's message in a big bang manner given that there is just one year until the elections and the chief minister has set such an ambitious goal. On the party's 12th founding day, however, the party leaders lacked some of the excitement. The party leaders kept to themselves at the headquarters, where they gave speeches and cut the cake. It was a very low-key event. To commemorate the celebrations in various regions of the state, YSRC leaders, ministers, legislators, and activists gave out sweets, cut cakes, and fruits at the hospitals. Yet, there were no notable events or programmes elsewhere.

At least in the party headquarters, the chief minister did not take part in the festivities personally. He just left a thank-you note on social media for the state and international parties owners over the previous 12 years. jagan desired that his journey with the people who have been backing him to the hilt in the previous 12 years should continue throughout his life. "I sincerely appreciate every single party worker who has carried the party's banner in their heart. I hope this vibrant voyage lasts a long time "Chief minister felt.

The party general secretary and state government advisor sajjala ramakrishna reddy spoke during a low-key gathering of the party leaders at the party headquarters. As usual, he delivered a speech in which he said that the YSRC will never lose an election since the chief minister's programmes and initiatives helped it win over the hearts of millions of the impoverished. There were no large-scale festivities in other regions of the state, either. It appears that there were no guidelines from the headquarters regarding how they should commemorate the occasion.

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