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Lokesh slams ‘vandalism’ during bandh

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Strongly condemning the destruction caused by the ruling party goondas in the name of observing bandh, TDP national general secretary, Nara Lokesh, on Saturday said that this has become possible only for the ruling party to indulge in attacks on the Opposition party activists right in the presence of the police.

In the name of the bandh, these YSRCP rowdies damaged the bus belonging to the Amara Raja Batteries company, Lokesh said and asked where the police officials who were supposed to protect the law and order in the State. The day is not too far when the people teach a fitting lesson to these goons, he added.

During his ongoing Yuva Galam pada yatra the villagers of Bommarajupalli and Kuchinapalli submitted memorandums to Lokesh. Responding to their problems, Lokesh promised to resolve all the issues once the TDP is back in power.

Listing out various welfare schemes announced by the TDP, Lokesh said that all these schemes will be implemented in letter and spirit by the coming TDP government. It is only the TDP that always thinks about the welfare of the common man, Nara Lokesh said.

Nara Lokesh interacted with Sugali, Lambadi and Banjara community representatives at Bommarajupalli village. They told Lokesh they are suffering to fetch drinking water and also for water to irrigate their lands. They told him that there are 36 tandas in the region and they can not afford education at private schools for their children.

Nara Lokesh assured him of meeting their requirements and doing justice after the TDP comes to power in the 2024 election. The YSRCP leaders are snatching their lands, they complained to Lokesh. TDP Vinukonda in-charge GV Anjaneyulu was among those who accompanied Lokesh.

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