Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and TDP Supremo Chandrababu Naidu is the First Leader to address the media last night after the Election Commission of India announced the Election Schedule. Naidu spoke at length about his five years rule and conspiracies against his government.
Surprisingly, Naidu never spoke with such clarity in the recent times which shocked everyone in TDP and also the other parties. Naidu spoke with utmost clarity and confidently said this is going to be a One-sided election in favour of TDP. Unlike his previous terms, Naidu is well prepared for the election by finalising Candidates for more than 100 seats.
He looked like he is prepared for everything and so even elections in just one month did not scare him. Naidu also planned a series of Welfare Schemes which will benefit the people till last minute and will help TDP’s prospects in the elections. Also this is the first time Chandrababu is fighting an election without any alliance.
Such confidence can be expected only when Naidu is extremely confident of the electoral victory. Naidu’s confidence is infusing new energy into the Cadre. They are looking forward for Naidu’s Public Meeting in Tirupati from where he will kickstart the election campaign. Andhra Pradesh will go out to Vote on April 11th in the first phase of the General Elections.Don't MissNot Fair to Create Andhra-Telangana Divide - RamIrrespective of the fact that the heroine in 'Fidaa' spoke Telangana slang throughout the movie,...Don't MissPic Talk: Mass Maharaja Girl's Killing StyleHaving done the Telugu debut with Mass Maharaja, Ravi Teja in Nela Ticket, Malavika Sharma...Don't MissReason Karan Couldn't Buy Remake RightsWe have earlier updated the readers that Bollywood star producer Karan Johar is going to...Don't MissSaaho Postponed – Who Gets Affected?The indications were there all along. It seemed like something was off with Saaho. Not...Don't MissNara Lokesh's Surprise to TDP Supporters on Social MediaTDP is touching the right notes in the Social Media after that historical defeat in...