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YS Sharmila’s Paramarsha Yatra Concludes in Telangana

Nizamabad: YSR Congress party leader and late Chief Minister YS Rajasekhar Reddy’s daughter YS Sharmila concluded her ‘paramarsha yatra’ in Telangana on Friday. The yatra ended in Pothangal village , Kotgiri mandal , Nizamabad district where Sharmila inaugurated former Chief Minister’s statue and the pylon.

During the three-day tour covering 850 kilometers, she visited 310 families of the 750 people impacted and shocked by the death of the former Chief Minister. She stood with them in their grief and promised them her support in their hour of need. She lent courage to children who had lost their parents. The yatra schedule constituted nine constituencies in the district, the party’s district president Gaurireddi Sridhar Reddy said.

The YSRCP Telangana working president and Khammam MP, Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy, Medak district leader Gauri Reddy Sridhar Reddy, state leaders Konda Raghava Reddy, Kommera Venkat Reddy, the party’s AP Women’s division chief Shailaja Charan Reddy , Telangana Women’s division chief Vijaya and others accompanied Y.S Sharmila in her visits.

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