Farmers of Andhra Pradesh leading a pathetic life due to wrong policies of YSRCP government, alleges Chandrababu Naidu


TDP National President N. Chandrababu Naidu during a roadshow in Bizianagaram on Saturday.

TDP National President N. Chandrababu Naidu during a roadshow in Bizianagaram on Saturday.

Telugu Desam Party (TDP) national president N. Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday alleged that the farmers of the State were leading a pathetic life due to wrong policies of the YSRCP government.

The TDP government gave priority to irrigation, supply of fertilizers, marketing of commodities and immediate payment of subsidies, Mr. Naidu said.

The former minister interacted with farmers on the third and last day of his tour in Bizianagaram district. Later, he organized Roadshows in both Gajapathinagaram and Vizianagaram city.

Mr. Naidu said the life of farmers had become miserable with the increase in prices of fertilizers and pesticides and non-purchase of paddy and other crops.

“The government is creating a lot of problems for farmers. Pattadar is issuing pamphlets with Chief Minister’s photo printed on them. It is very objectionable as the farmers got their land from their ancestors and not from Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy,” he said.

“The unprecedented response to the TDP roadshow indicates that people are not happy with the YSRCP administration,” Mr. Naidu said.

Former Union Minister P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju ensured clean administration and developed the city with his vision, Mr. Naidu said.

Earlier, party Bizianagaram in-charge Adithi Gajapathi Raju and other leaders accorded a grand welcome to Mr. Naidu at Dwarapudi junction.

Work together, the leaders said

Before embarking on the roadshows, Mr Naidu interacted with party leaders such as Bobbili in-charge Baby Nayana and former MLCs Dwarapureddi Jagadish, Gummadi Sandhya Rani and Kimidi Nagarjuna.

Mr. Naidu suggested them to strengthen the party in the village. He asked them to concentrate on the ‘Idhem Kharma Mana Rasthraniki’ program till the end of January. He also advised them to work together overcoming their differences.

Many aspirants met Mr. Naidu and asked him to consider running for the next election.

Responding to their appeals, Mr. Naidu said he would finalize the candidates after taking feedback from party activists and people from their respective constituencies.

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