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Chandrababu covers Anantapur as part of palle palleku desam

Interacts with people en route in two days

Anantapur, October 5, 2007

President of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) Nara Chandrababu Naidu covered Anantapur in his two day tour to the district as a part of the palle palleku desam program. He interacted with people all en route. His speeches addressing the public aimed at all sections of the people. People in large numbers cheered Naidu all along. Mr. Naidu is accompanied by senior TDP members, MLA's including Paritala Sunitha, P Kesavul, Jayamma and Ranganayakulu and other district TDP leaders.

Speaking at a press conference Mr. Naidu said that alternative economic reforms are the need of the hour and that a mix of short-term and long-term development plans are most essential at the moment.

At Hindupur, Mr. Naidu announced a financial assistance of Rs. 1 Lakh to the family of the beraved Gangappa who had a fatal fall from a tractor which returning back home from the party program.

Naidu is able to cover Valasa, Sirivaram, Hemavathi villages, Hindupur, Somamdepalli and others on his second day of the road show program. Many believe that the seriousness of the party workers in making the program a success and with enthusiasm from the people visible in the two-days visit by Naidu brought a sense of election canvassing program than like a road show.

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