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Chandrababu Naidu Urges Public to Act as Key Campaigners in 2024 Elections


Visakhapatnam– Addressing a massive gathering at the ‘Ra.. Kadali Ra’ public meeting in Madugula mandal of Anakapalli district, TDP supremo N Chandrababu Naidu rallied supporters, emphasizing the significance of the upcoming elections for the future of Andhra Pradesh. Expressing confidence in the TDP-JSP government, Naidu asserted that they would come to power in the next 64 days.

Naidu criticized Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, accusing him of increasing the tax burden on the people while highlighting the need for unity to end what he referred to as an anarchic rule. Encouraging the attendees to become star campaigners for the polls, Naidu declared that the people of Andhra Pradesh should emerge victorious in the elections.

During his speech, Naidu expressed his dismay at the current state of affairs under the Chief Minister’s leadership. He questioned the lack of fulfillment of promises, such as the absence of a job calendar, failure to implement liquor prohibition, and the continuation of the Contributory Pension Scheme. Naidu voiced concerns over the increased electricity charges and the burden of Rs. 64,000 crore imposed on the people.

Describing Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s rule as unprecedented, Naidu urged voters to think wisely and responsibly while casting their votes. He emphasized that the people hold the responsibility of bringing Andhra Pradesh back to normalcy by electing the right leader.

As the elections draw near, Naidu’s call for unity and change sets the tone for a dynamic and closely contested political landscape in Andhra Pradesh.


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