For any political party, the necessity of having strong and formidable members as part of their party is highly essential for the long sustenance of the party, and for victories as well. This includes the necessity of strong leadership. It seems as though this is something that the YSRCP seems to be lacking currently, with Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy reportedly upset with the performance of the senior members of his party.
Jagan is said to be unsure of his election team, due to which he has reportedly changed eight district presidents and regional coordinators. Sajjala Rama Krishna Reddy, Buggana Rajendranath Reddy, Kodali Nani, and Anil Kumar Yadav are among the seniors who have been removed from their posts. Kuppam in charge Bharath, Pushpa Srivani, Sucharitha, Burra Madhusudhan Yadav, Y Balanagi Reddy, Kapu Rama Chandra Reddy, and Chevireddy Bhaskar Reddy have also been removed from their posts.
The only exception to this list has been Balineni, who has been retained, despite his poor performance. Jagan is said to have warned many other senior members as well, of the fact that they would be removed from their posts if they do not perform well.