Lokesh appeals to TDP rank and file to strengthen the party
Nara Lokesh, son of Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu held meetings with women, youth,...
Nara Lokesh, son of Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu held meetings with women, youth, students and farmers separately and jotted down their problems. He appealed to the TDP activists to reach out to the people at grassroots level and to explain to them about the party's programmes and policies that were announced by Chandrababu recently. Lokesh started his second day tour from Gudipalle mandal on Friday. Earlier, he visited Sanganapalle village and interacted with people who brought to his notice the problems that they were facing like shortage of drinking water, lack of concrete cement roads and power cuts. Later, he visited the government high school and interacted with students. They complained that they don't have proper compound wall to their hostel and school and no computers in laboratory. Immediately, the Chittoor MP Dr. N. Siva Prasad intervened and promised the students to provide two computers within a week. He went to Gangamma temple and spent few minutes with the party's cadres. Later, he returned to party's office in Kuppam and held separate meetings with women, youth, students and farmers. Lokesh said that inefficiency was the trademark of Congress, corruption for YSRCP and development for Telugu Desam. Unless TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu comes to power, there won't be any development in the State, he said. When Naidu was in power, industries, Information Technology, electricity and many other sectors developed a lot, whereas in the nine-year rule of the Congress, there was no proper power supply or effective implementation of welfare schemes, he pointed. Refuting the charge that the Telugu Desam Party was anti-farmer, Lokesh said farmers received several benefits during the TDP rule.
20 Oct 2019 10:28 AM GMT