Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy had conducted a workshop for Ministers, MLAs, and Constituency incharges the other day in Tadepalli.
The Chief Minister had expressed displeasure on the working style of some MLAs. He particularly pointed out seven MLAs who did not participate in the Gadapa Gadapaku program.
Sources also tell us that the Chief Minister hinted about seventy MLAs being among the worst performers and are likely to be changed if they do not show results.
Even as they are given time to improve, the party and the I-PAC are in the process of identifying alternative leaders.
It is interesting to note that seventy worst performers mean around 50% of the total MLAs of the party who won in the 2019 elections.
This is a serious lapse with elections just two years to go.
This is an indication of how anti-incumbency is mounting in YSR Congress and Jagan is worried about it.
Changing all of them will lead to group politics and complicate the winning chances of the party in those constituencies.
If they are not changed, people will obviously reject them.