Former Minister Nara Lokesh is going to embark on the 4000 Kilometers Padayatra starting January 27th. He will be walking from Kuppam to Ichhapuram in the Srikakulam district in 400 days.
Lokesh is currently meeting party leaders to understand the issues he should rake during the Padayatra and is prepping himself for the marathon Padayatra.
Sometimes the next week, he will go on a short vacation and will be back in the first week of January.
This is to spend some time with his family before the Padayatra as he will be away from home for over a year.
Lokesh’s padayatra will focus on the problems faced by the youth and the unemployed.
The plan is also to bring awareness among the people by raising the problems faced by farmers and women in the state.
When Lokesh is doing Padayatra in one of the states, Chandrababu will be doing district tours at the other end covering the entire state.
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.