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YSRCP Leader YS Jagan resumed his Padayatra with Emotional Welcome

YSRCP Leader YS Jagan resumed his Padayatra with Emotional Welcome
YSRCP Leader YS Jagan resumed his Padayatra with Emotional Welcome
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According to sources exactly eighteen days after he was attacked on October 25, in the Visakhapatnam Airport lounge by a restaurant waiter, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy reached the same airport on Sunday evening to resume his mass contact initiative which was cut short after this heinous attack.



As per report the Vizag airport was jam packed with scores of people and the police had to cordon off the area to secure it. Accordingly they had a tough time controlling the swelling crowds who could be seen filling the approach road to the airport and hence traffic came to a standstill with people and vehicles blocking the way and making it difficult for the police to manage them.

YSRCP Leader YS Jagan resumed his Padayatra with Emotional Welcome

Moreover YS Jagan arrived to a rousing reception from his fans, followers and party workers who got emotional on seeing him in person after he emerged out of the airport. Reports added and they started shouting "Jai Jagan, Jai Jai Jagan, Jagan Ravali, Jagan Kavali", and he addressed the people with his trademark smile and calm demeanour with folded hands, waved to the crowds and left the airport. Finally YS Jagan left for Vizianagaram to continue Praja Sankalpa Yatra from Makkuva in Salur constituency of Vizianagaram district after Vizianagaram YS Jagan's Padayatra will head to Srikakulam district.


YSRCP Leader YS Jagan resumed his Padayatra with Emotional Welcome
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