Rayadurgam- The interactive program held in Rayadurgam, Anantapur district, TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu lent an attentive ear to the concerns and grievances of teachers, lawyers, intellectuals, and educated individuals from the region. This event, which took place on Wednesday, provided a platform for citizens to voice their issues, and Naidu vowed to address these matters once his party regains power.
During the program, Naidu did not mince words when criticizing the alleged widespread corruption and property misappropriation that, according to him, occurred during the rule of the YCP government. He expressed deep reservations regarding the actions of the current administration, citing instances such as unauthorized canal excavation on agricultural lands without prior notification to farmers. Additionally, Naidu raised concerns about what he deemed as the harassment of Nagendra, who had filed cases concerning irregularities in sand mining.
In a spirited declaration, Naidu asserted that he had committed no wrongdoing and would persevere despite potential threats of arrest or attacks. The TDP chief’s unwavering commitment to his cause was palpable as he vehemently expressed his displeasure over perceived attacks on the opposition.
The interactive session in Rayadurgam served as a platform for political discourse, with Naidu positioning himself as a staunch defender of his party’s principles and a vocal critic of the incumbent government’s actions. As the political landscape in Anantapur district evolves, Chandrababu Naidu’s engagement with constituents continues to shape the narrative.