YS Jagan Mohan Reddy Stunned by Election Defeat

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Amaravati: Outgoing Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy expressed deep shock over the unexpected election results, describing them as a severe setback for him and his party. He confessed that neither he nor his party foresaw such an outcome, especially considering they had honored all commitments from the 2019 election campaign.

In a media briefing on Tuesday, Jagan emphasized numerous initiatives designed to assist women, children, and pensioners across the state. He specifically highlighted the Ammavodi program, which benefited 5.3 million families. “I can’t understand why we lost their support,” he commented.

Jagan outlined the YSRCP’s efforts to aid over 6.6 million pensioners with doorstep pension delivery. He remarked, “Previously, the pensions were minimal, but we increased them significantly. It’s baffling why the YCP government didn’t gain their favor.”

Despite launching various welfare schemes for the underprivileged, such as the Vahana Mitra for auto drivers, Netanna Nestham for weavers, Matsyakara Bharosa for fishermen, and the Nayi Brahmins Chedodu scheme for petty vendors, tailors, and barbers, Jagan was dismayed by the lack of electoral support from these groups. “We treated our manifesto like a sacred text but still failed to secure votes,” he lamented.

Congratulating the TDP, JSP, and BJP alliance on their victory, Jagan acknowledged the role of what he called “a coalition of influential figures from Delhi.” Nevertheless, he pointed out a positive aspect: the YSRCP’s vote share remained stable at 40%.