Telugu Desam Party supremo and Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu had pushed the party rank and file into election mode. He had directed the party leaders to be prepared for the elections and wanted them to spend more time for the party. While hinting at the Lok Sabha having early polls, sometime in October or November this year, as against May next year, Chandrababu Naidu asked them to target winning all the 25 Lok Sabha seats.
The TDP is now getting ready to have series of programmes in all the 175 Assembly constituencies or 25 Lok Sabha constituencies. The party is planning to celebrate the completion of 1500 days in office on July 16 and the series of programmes are planned from that day onwards.
The success of the Dalita Tejam meeting in Nellore on June 30, an exclusive meeting for the Dalits, had given ideas to the party to hold similar meetings for some selective castes and groups. The party is now planning to have exclusive meetings for the women, farmers and the beneficiaries of various welfare programmes. The display of benefits like houses, cerement roads to the villages and individual benefits will be the key aspect of the TDP’s action plan for the next six months.
The individual beneficiaries groups like SCs, Kapus, Muslims, Christians will be paraded at these meetings to tell rest of the people how the government is committed towards the welfare. Besides this, the government is also planning to go in a large scale presenting the prestigious projects like Polavaram and Amaravati.
The Chief Minister had already directed the Ministers to get presentations ready on the welfare and developmental initiatives in the State. The 29 irrigation projects are also likely to be the part of this presentation in the villages across the State. The institutions that have come to the State, particularly in Amaravati and the major projects like Kia Motors in Ananthapur will also be part of the campaign package of the TDP in the next six months.