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TDP begins the battle for 2014 ballot
Published on Jan 8, 2012 8:02 am IST

TDP seems to have shifted to election mode. After the party chief N Chandrababu Naidu stormed the Telangana bastion, it’s now the turn of N Balakrishna to drum up support in coastal region.

After unveiling his father NTR’s statue at Pamarru in Krishna district he gave a clarion call sounded the election drums for the 2014 general elections. “It is the sole responsibility of party workers to work for achieving victory in 2014 general elections for TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu,” he told reporters after the function on Sunday.

Reiterating that he will take an active part in the ensuring election and was prepared to contest from any region, he said TDP aims to put Andhra Pradesh ahead of all states in the country in all sectors.

Reiterating that TDP was formed for the welfare of poor and marginalised sections, he slammed Congress for neglecting the interests of downtrodden. “The 32 MPs sent by the Congress from the state are not working to protect the interests of Telugu people but are mortgaging our interests to Delhi rulers,” he said.

In an indirect dig at his old-time rival Chiranjaeevi, he said without taking any names, “some parties which came to power with `social justice’ slogan failed to achieve their desired goal.” TDP has credit for scrapping Patel-Patwari system, launching Rs 2 a kg rice scheme and providing reservation for women in the local bodies.

Criticising the government for supplying inferior quality rice to poor at Rs 1 a kg, he asked the government to take relief measures for drought affected farmers.

The actor also participated in motor bike rally from Pamarru to Ghantasala, where he would unveil NTR statue. (INN)


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