2019 Election Heat Has Started In Andhra Pradesh

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2019 Election Heat Has Started In Andhra Pradesh

Both major parties in Andhra Pradesh one is ruling Telugu Desam party and Opposition YSR Congress party started implementing their plans and strategies for 2019 general elections.  Also See:– The 11 Smartest and Coolest Gadgets to Make Your Vacation More Comfortable

Accordingly Telugu Desam Government launched a prestigious program ‘Intintiki Telugu Desam’. It was started by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and Telugu Desam Party Chief Chandrababu Naidu from Tattangi village in Veeraghatam mandal of Srikakulam district. He was telling people about the development program that came after TDP government and their implementation and their progress. Party Activists also took the initiative to take this TPP program very positively to every house. As part of the program, TDP activists participating the program for 50 days from today.

Chandrababu directed the party activists to take strong steps to lift programs taken by the government like, Increase pensions, Raithu Runamafi, Dwakra Mahila Cheyutha, Closing belt shops etc., During the visit, he suggested to respond positively to the problems coming from the public. The leaders were ordered to work with people with more interest.

On the other hand Opposition party, YSRCP has also started a new program called ‘YSR Kutumbam’. The main strategy of the program is party leaders visits voter house and influence them to join the party. With just a missed called the member will be treated as party members. This program was formally launched on the day of former C.M and father of YSRCP Chief Jagan Mohan Reddy Mr Y.S.Rajashekar Reddy death anniversary. With this program party activist are in Full Josh. In the very first day of the program 4 lakh members were joined in YSR Kutumbam program, sources said. This raised the confidence in the YCP segments after the disastrous loss in Nandyala By-poll elections and Kakinada Municipal elections.

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