Srikakulam – Telugu Desam Party (TDP) national secretary Nara Lokesh, addressing a cadre meeting in Palasa, Shankharavam district, unveiled the party’s “Super Six Guarantees,” outlining a new vision for Andhra Pradesh. The promises, designed to reach every doorstep, encompass a range of assurances from job creation to financial support for various sections of society.
Nara Lokesh asserted that, if elected, the TDP and the Jana Sena government would generate 20 lakh jobs for the youth. He committed to providing a monthly unemployment allowance of Rs 3,000 until individuals secure employment. Under the “Thalliki Vandanam” scheme, school-going children would receive Rs 15,000 annually. Farmers, under the “Annadata” scheme, would be offered Rs 20,000 annually.
The TDP leader pledged to provide three free gas cylinders every year to each household through the “Deepam Scheme.” Additionally, he announced plans to grant Rs. 1500 per month to women aged 18 to 59 under the “Aadabidda Nidhi” scheme. Free travel services for women in RTC buses and purified drinking water with tap connections to every household were also promised.
Addressing concerns about injustice during the Jagan Reddy regime, Nara Lokesh criticized the YSRC government for failing to allocate the necessary land for establishing the Visakhapatnam Railway Zone. He condemned plans to privatize the Vizag Steel Plant and assured that a TDP-led government would buy the plant to save jobs.
Lokesh also highlighted the TDP government’s past contributions, allocating Rs 1200 crores for Palasa between 2015 and 2019, fostering the constituency’s development. He pointed out the stalled flyover project near Rail Nilayam initiated by TDP, emphasizing the need for continuity in development initiatives.
The TDP leader criticized the current MLA, Seediri Appalaraju, for alleged inaction despite a majority win. He highlighted unresolved cases of suspicious deaths and promised justice within the first 100 days if TDP forms the government.