YSR Congress party is hit by financial crunch and so the party activists are now reluctant to participate in protests that their chief YS Jagan has called for. Jagan has appealed to the YSRCP workers to agitate against the government over the farm loan waiver scheme as the TDP leaders are making a fresh statement every now and then. So Jagan leaving no stone to hit at the TDP government, called his party workers to agitate from October 16th at every MRO office in every district.
But YSRCP workers seems to be in no mood to join the protests as MLAs are not providing sufficient funds. Earlier Jagan has called for 'Narakasura Vada' however, it was a flop show as many leaders skipped the protest and in the end party supporters had to put in their own money. Despite all the efforts, it was a disaster protest by YSRCP. Jagan was seriously upset with this and warned all the leaders and MLAs to join the protest this time that he has called for. However MLAs say that they have spent a bomb during elections and added they are even running short of money.
On the other side, YSRCP leaders are worried about mobilising the farmer for this protest as they will be busy with agriculture and they can't afford to join the agitation leaving their own work. Overall, YSR Congress party is struggling in every bit and some serious measures should be taken by the party to live up to the expectations of people.