YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is gearing up for the last workshop on the Gadapa Gadapaku program. The final meeting with the MLAs will happen on the 17th of this month.
The Gadapa Gadapaku program has been designed by the party to ensure that MLAs go to the people and improve their image in the public using the freebies that were delivered.
Despite insistence by the Chief Minister, many MLAs did not enthusiastically participate in the program fearing issues like bad roads, pending bills, and several problems.
I-PAC has prepared a comprehensive survey report for the Chief Minister. He will discuss this with the MLAs in accordance with that.
Sources say that over forty MLAs were in the bad performance category and are unlikely to get tickets in 2024.
Changing so many sitting MLAs when there are clear signs of anti-incumbency is not easy.
That can also give rise to groups in the constituency as these MLAs still have over one year of tenure and will not allow the new in charges to work properly.
So, the road ahead is not that easy for the ruling party.
Furthermore, there is no question of MLAs not showing interest in going to the people when everything is alright. That too with elections just one and a half years ago.
If over forty MLAs are reluctant, that definitely indicates some problem and that should be the biggest worry of Jagan.