Wednesday, January 25, 2012

[ZESTCaste] Come back, Naidu tells Kapus

Come back, Naidu tells Kapus
Thursday, January 26th, 2012

Bhimavaram: Telugu Desam supremo Chandrababu Naidu invited Kapus to
rejoin the party. It would be a home-coming for them, he said.
While admitting that a section of Kapus had migrated to other parties,
he appealed to them to rejoin the party.

Naidu, during his 'Poru Baata' in West Godavari district on Tuesday,
made a direct reference to caste-based loyalties. He addressed
meetings at Narasimhapuram near Bhimavaram, Matsapuri, Tundurru and
Bethapudi villages.

He could draw impressive crowds throughout his yatra. He interacted
with fishermen community and the farmers where crop holiday was

He criticised Chiranjeevi and his erstwhile Praja Rajyam at various
meetings. Chiranjeevi merged his party for just two ministerial
berths. He was sure that Congress would use him and throw away like a
curry leaf.

Making a direct attack on Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, he said that he would
land in jail some day or the other. Some youth joined him initially
but were coming out of the party after realising the facts, he
observed. "I am not saying this out of political animosity, but I can
say whoever indulges in corrupt practices, it is sure they will land
in jail," he said.

He termed Ghulam Nabi Azad as 'super CM' and Chief Minister Kiran
Kumar Reddy and PCC chief Botcha Satyanarayana were following his
directives like students. Botcha, who owns 31 liquor outlets, had
stooped to the level of saying that there was nothing wrong in running
liquor business, he said.

Naidu lashed out at the Congress government, terming it "lethargic and
thick-skinned." It surrendered the interests of Andhra Pradesh before
the Central government, he alleged. Naidu received a warm welcome at
Narasimhapuram on the outskirts of the town. The Telugu Desam Party
activists could show their strength with an impressive car and auto
rally right from Bhimavaram to Narsapuram.

Telugu Desam MLAs Siva Rama Raju (Undi), Taneti Vanitha (Gopalapuram),
Rama Rao (Kovvuru), Burugupalli Sheesha Rao (Nidadavolu) Prabhakar
(Denduluru) along with district Telugu Desam chief Thota Sita Rama
Lakshmi, State party organising secretary Mente Pardhasaradhi,
Assembly segment convener Gadiraju Satyanarayana Raju, town party
chief Mamidisetti Prasad were among others who received Naidu.He
garlanded NTR statue at Bhimavaram.

En route Narsapur road, he interacted with farmers at Taderu village
where crop holiday was observed. Farmers appealed to him for a minimum
support price for farm produce. At Matsapuru village, he had a brief
chat with fishermen and enquired about the status of aqua culture.

At Bethapudi womenfolk welcomed him with 'harathi.' Naidu offered Rs
200 to a woman agriculture labour, who was transplanting paddy
saplings. It is a convention to offer something to women, who
transplant saplings in these parts when they approach. While
proceeding towards Bhimavaram, Naidu made a brief halt at Nidamarru
village where he received Rs 1,200 from Anil, a student of III

Anil offered this amount out of his kiddy bank as a donation to Telugu
Desam Party. Naidu patted him and gave his blessings. He also paid
floral tributes to NTR statute at Nidamarru.


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