Why Naidu Chose Ongole for His Bus Yatra?


It is known to our readers that Former Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu is going to Take Up Bus Yatra on the name of ‘Praja Chaitanya Yatra’ from the 17th of this month against Government Failures. Naidu had decided to start the yatra from Ongole.

Ongole is an interesting choice because TDP has managed to win four MLA seats from Prakasam district in recent elections despite the heavy anti-incumbency. Even though TDP won four MLA seats here, Prakasam is not a stronghold of TDP in recent years.

The Route Map to be out later this week. Arrangements are on for the yatra. Naidu targets covering 100 Plus constituencies across all the thirteen districts in around 45 days. This Bus Yatra of Naidu will be a campaign for the upcoming Local Elections. The yatra will put the local leaders and the cadre on their toes.

This is much-needed as most of them are in the neck-deep disappointment following the bitter defeat in the recent elections. It will be interesting to see how Naidu will be received in Uttarandhra and Rayalaseema especially after TDP opposed the Three Capitals formula put forth by the State Government.

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