Secure 80 per cent votes in every village: AP CM
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said the people are expecting corruption-free governance from him but it would be possible only with the support of rank and file of the party. He said the Telugu Desam Party should get 80 per cent votes in the total polled votes in every village and asked the party workers to turn it into a reality.
Visakapatnam: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said the people are expecting corruption-free governance from him but it would be possible only with the support of rank and file of the party. He said the Telugu Desam Party should get 80 per cent votes in the total polled votes in every village and asked the party workers to turn it into a reality.
Naidu reiterated that action would be taken against those who violate party discipline and cause damage to party image.
- TDP national president and Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu addresses the inaugural session of the party’s three-day Mahanadu
- Asks party activists to visit every house in villages and try to solve people’s problems
- Tells them to carry out campaign on govt’s welfare programmes
- He exudes confidence that people will vote to the party if their issues are solved
- Assures to recognise services of dedicated workers
- Warns that indiscipline and any acts which would damage the image of the party will not be tolerated
- Says his aim is to provide corruption-free rule in the State and seeks cooperation of TDP activists
Addressing the party activists at the inaugural session of Mahanadu at Andhra University grounds here on Saturday, he called upon the party leaders to visit every house in the villages to solve people’s problems and campaign on the government schemes which have been implemented so far.
He exuded confidence that the people would vote for TDP if the party activists took the initiative and solved their problems. Naidu said the party would recognize the services of dedicated workers and leaders who serve the people. He also said people will not forget the parties and leaders who stand for them and protect them.
Hailing the services of TDP founder and former Chief Minister N T Rama Rao, he said NTR had introduced several welfare schemes for the poor including Rs 2-a-kg rice scheme and housing facility. The TDP supremo said the Congress party does not have any future in the State while the Opposition party YSR Congress lacked vision.
Naidu assured that the TDP will take care of the welfare of the workers who always stand by the party. He however cautioned them that no corruption activities would be tolerated.
The TDP national president and the Chief Minister said that the government is striving to provide corruption-free governance while utilising the technology.
Naidu pointed out that the government has introduced several schemes for the welfare of SCs, BCs, economically backward classes and Kapus.
He said the government would solve Kapus reservation issue without causing any harm to the interests of the BCs. He wished that both the Telugu states AP and TS should witness progress and people of the two States should be happy.
Naidu claimed that AP is the only State in the country which has been implementing the farm-loan waiver scheme and paying pensions to people on a large-scale. He pointed out that the State has been requesting the resolve the pending issues like the railway zone and other issues.
He praised the TDP Telangana unit for continuously making efforts to fight against the anti-people policies of the State government. Deputy Chief Ministers K E Krishnamurthy, N Chinarajappa, TDP State president Kala Venkata Rao, Telangana TDP president L Ramana, working president Revanth Reddy, several ministers and leaders were present.