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TDP to draw roadmap for 2009 Andhra polls at its annual meet

The Telugu Desam Partys (TDP) three-day annual meeting Mahanadu began here today, in which drawing a roadmap for the 2009 Tamil Nadu Assembly and Lok Sabha elections will be high on its agenda.

Tirupati, May 27 : The Telugu Desam Party's (TDP) three-day annual meeting 'Mahanadu' began here today, in which drawing a roadmap for the 2009 Tamil Nadu Assembly and Lok Sabha elections will be high on its agenda.

According to party sources, the TDP is gearing up its entire cadre and they have been asked to start working towards the two elections to be held in 2009.

'Mahanadu' is being presided over by the party supremo and former Chief Minister, N Chandrababu Naidu. The meeting will also take upon key issues from sectors like agriculture, irrigation, social welfare, and women and youth empowerment.

"We hope this Mahanadu will go down as a historic event in terms of giving a new direction to economic agenda and on measures needed to ensure that the benefits of reforms reach the poor," Naidu said.

The meeting is being held on the birth anniversary of the party founder and former Chief Minister late N T Rama Rao.

ANI

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