Former Minister Nara Lokesh is in Mangalagiri conducting Baadhude Baadhudu program. The TDP National General Secretary officially announced his padayatra.
He said that the padayatra, which will start on January 27, will continue for 400 days and cover 4,000 kilometers. This is the first time Lokesh spoke about his Padayatra officially
Lokesh will walk from Kuppam in the Chittoor district to Ichhapuram in the Srikakulam district.
Speaking in a meeting held with leaders of Mangalagiri, Lokesh revealed that the padayatra will be held in the Mangalagiri constituency for four days. He called the cadre to face all the weapons that will be used by Jagan to defeat him.
Lokesh’s Padayatra is expected to be the longest in the history of Telugu politics. Currently, Jagan holds the record.
Previously, YSR, Chandrababu Naidu, and Jagan did Padayatra and got elected as the Chief Ministers in the immediate next elections.