Nara Chandrababu Naidu hails support for TDP and NDA in Rajam address

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Rajam: In a heartfelt address in Rajam, Vizianagaram district, TDP national president  Nara Chandrababu Naidu expressed profound gratitude to the people of the State for their unwavering support during challenging times. He attributed this overwhelming support as a clear endorsement of the National Democratic Alliance’s (NDA) victory in the elections.

During the Praja Galam gathering, Naidu highlighted the detrimental impact of Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy’s governance on irrigation projects in North Andhra. Comparing expenditures, he emphasized TDP’s substantial investment of Rs 1600 crore against Mr. Jagan’s meager Rs 594 crore over five years.

Critiquing Jagan’s administration, Naidu accused him of propagating falsehoods and perpetrating crime, questioning the dominance of YSRCP leaders in North Andhra. He dismissed recent incidents, including a stone-pelting episode, as theatrical acts orchestrated by Mr. Jagan.

Asserting TDP’s commitment to regional development,Naidu pledged the revival of dormant industries and completion of infrastructure projects, promising employment opportunities for local youth under the NDA. He highlighted public enthusiasm for Praja Galam meetings and contrasted it with purportedly paid attendance at Mr. Jagan’s gatherings.

Naidu held Jagan accountable for stalled projects like the Bhogapuram airport and lamented the decline of North Andhra’s industrial landscape. He criticized the neglect of welfare schemes and economic hardships faced by marginalized communities under the current administration.

In conclusion, Naidu reiterated confidence in NDA’s electoral success, buoyed by the enthusiastic response from the public.