In Andhra Pradesh, there's a notable trend of volunteers resigning from their positions, despite promises from the tdp to double their salaries if they come into power. The resignations continue, with recent reports indicating 399 resignations in kurnool alone. However, speculation suggests that there might be a master plan orchestrated by the YSRCP behind these resignations. It's believed that the YSRCP is encouraging resignations to showcase a lack of faith in Chandrababu Naidu's promises.

Interestingly, it's suggested that if the YSRCP secures victory, the resigned volunteers will be reinstated into their positions. Even in Mandapeta, reports indicate a significant number of resignations, with the potential for up to 80 to 90% of volunteers resigning before the elections. 

With around 2.5 lakh village and ward volunteers in Andhra Pradesh, most of whom are YSRCP supporters, the party sees an opportunity to reaffirm its commitment to them. YSRCP ministers have indicated that these volunteers are essentially party workers. However, there's uncertainty regarding how the YSRCP will address the issue of increasing volunteers' salaries. 

Many within the YSRCP believe that announcing promises regarding volunteer salaries would benefit the party and its hardworking supporters. Volunteers play a crucial role in shaping the perception of the jagan Sarkar among the public, and it's argued that their current salary of Rs 5,000 is inadequate given the rising cost of living. There's a growing consensus that steps need to be taken to ensure that these volunteers, who have sacrificed their jobs for the YSRCP, are appropriately rewarded.

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