Chandrababu Naidu Foresees Return of “Rama Rajya” in State with Public Support

TDP, Chandrababu Naidu, Jana Sena, Pawan Kalyan
TDP, Chandrababu Naidu, Jana Sena, Pawan Kalyan

Pedana: In a fervent address on the auspicious occasion of Srirama Navami, TDP national president and former chief minister, Nara Chandrababu Naidu, expressed confidence in the resurgence of “Rama Rajya” in the state, buoyed by the unwavering support of the people.

Speaking at the Praja Galam public meeting in Pedana alongside Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan, Naidu rallied the masses to unite against what he likened to the mythical demon, urging them to cast away the “Jaganasura” akin to how Lord Rama defeated Ravana. He exuded optimism about the victory of the TDP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in the upcoming elections, citing pre-poll surveys forecasting a resounding triumph.

Naidu criticized the YSRCP’s initiatives under the guise of “Nava Ratnalu” as deceitful, labeling them as “Nakili (fake) Ratnalu.” He accused Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy of orchestrating theatrical ploys, including the recent pebble-drama and exploiting personal tragedies for political gain.

Emphasizing integrity over wealth, Naidu asserted the credibility and ethical values upheld by the TDP, Jana Sena, and BJP alliance. He denounced the alleged misappropriation of funds by the current regime, vowing to prioritize public welfare and development.

Promising support for handloom workers and advocating for NDA candidates, Naidu urged voters to elect representatives committed to the region’s progress. He envisioned a prosperous future under NDA governance, aligning with his aspiration for Andhra Pradesh to lead the nation.

With fervent appeals and a vision for a renewed era of prosperity, Chandrababu Naidu’s rallying cry echoes hopes for a return to the ideals of “Rama Rajya” in Andhra Pradesh.