Y S jagan Mohan Reddy, the chief minister of andhra pradesh and president of the congress PARTY' target='_blank' title='ysr congress-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>ysr congress party, doesn't hold back when speaking with other party officials. jagan calls a spade a spade and is fairly harsh in expressing his opinion when talking to his party's MLAs, in contrast to his telugu desam party rival, N Chandrababu Naidu, who attempts to be diplomatic when dealing with his party leaders. In recent party meetings, jagan has been outspokenly discussing the performance of the party's MLAs and grading them.

He has been publicly informing them of any negative input against any MLA. jagan has been hinting pretty openly who would receive party tickets and who would not as the elections draw near. jagan informs any mla whose performance falls significantly short of expectations that he won't be given the party's ticket for the upcoming elections. party sources claim that the chief minister informed at least 20–25 MLAs that they would no longer receive party tickets. Instead of using a persuasive strategy, jagan has been a little direct in delivering this information.

This approach seems to be failing. Who would concentrate on the party work and the constituency if the boss tells an mla that his performance is poor and that he won't receive the ticket again? asked a party leader. He asserted that such MLAs will be lax with the party and concentrate solely on maximising their financial gain through various means. Since the mla won't run for office again, "that will ultimately reflect on the party and jagan, not the mla," he said. Some of them would turn their attention to the competing tdp and turn to sabotage the YSRC.

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