The implementation of the voluntary system by chief minister Jaganmohan reddy has stirred political discourse, particularly as it contrasts with past criticisms from leaders like Chandrababu Naidu. The system involves appointing one volunteer for every 50 households, who then facilitate the delivery of welfare schemes directly to homes.

While Naidu had previously made disparaging remarks about such initiatives, suggesting they were akin to "employees carrying sacks," the current administration has pressed on with its implementation. Recently, pawan kalyan raised concerns about the disappearance of volunteers and alleged that thousands of women had gone missing, a claim refuted by the Union home Minister. 

Nonetheless, it appears that both tdp and Jana Sena leaders are apprehensive about the impact of the voluntary system on the upcoming elections. In an attempt to counter this, chandrababu naidu announced a doubling of the volunteers' salary from Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 10,000 on Ugadi. Despite Naidu's hopes of garnering support through this move, reports suggest that many volunteers have resigned and are now actively campaigning for the YCP. 

They are visiting households, highlighting the achievements of the jagan government, and urging residents to support it. This grassroots-level campaigning appears to be politically advantageous for the ruling party, especially considering the lukewarm response to Naidu's salary increase announcement.

Critics are questioning Naidu's credibility in light of these developments, suggesting that his promises may not be trustworthy. Ultimately, it seems that the volunteers themselves may play a pivotal role in determining the outcome of the elections, with their actions potentially influencing voter sentiment.

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