Target all 175 segments for 2019 polls: Chandrababu Naidu
 Source : NewsBharati  Date : 07-Sep-2017


 
Amaravati, Sept 7: Taking a positive cue from the success of Nandyal by-election and Kakinada Municipal polls Telugu Desam Party Chief N. Chandrababu Naidu has asked TDP members to gear up for the general elections in 2019.Addressing the workshop of party office bearers, the Chief Minister has urged members of the yellow army to target all 175 segments for upcoming assembly elections.

 

Lauding the efforts karyakartas for outnumbering YSR Congress in Nandyal by- poll and Kakinada municipal elections Naidu mentioned that party will adopt three-pronged strategy — public management, political management and poll management in future elections.

As reported by The Hindu, the TDP Supremo Said, “Remember, if we are working, it is to win elections. Else, someone will come to power”. He further directed members to focus on government’s development and welfare activities to get public feedback from ground zero.

Expressing happiness over the performance of party N. Chandrababu Naidu underlined that the public is happy with the performance of state government. He narrated that party should follow the same poll strategy in 2019 in order to improve the strike rate. The Chief Minister reiterated that the TDP government has implemented promises made in the run up to the elections in 2014.

Commenting on the remarks made by YSR Congress leader, Chandrababu Naidu said that the Opposition party has crossed all the line for criticizing and defaming TDP.“The leaders in that party are looking for ways to get out of the party and those with criminal attitude are gaining an upper hand there.” Said Naidu.

 

 
 
On this occasion Union Civil Aviation Minister P. Ashok Gajapati Raju, Union Minister of State for Science and Technology YS Chowdary, TDP State president, and Energy Minister K. Kala Venkat Rao, Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu, IT Minister N. Lokesh, I&PR Minister Kalava Srinivasulu, former Speaker K. Pratibha Bharati and others were present.