Andhra Pradesh CM starts his door-to-door campaign for 2019 elections
As 2019 assembly polls on its head Andhra Pradesh's CM Chandrababu Naidu party already begun his campaigning for his party Telugu Desam Party. He has already completed his five-year tenure at the state assembly.Â
Naidu on Monday launched the 'Intintiki' a door-to-door campaign at Srikakulam, district's Tettanagi village.
On the occasion of his campaigning, Naidu went to the house of local residents, ask their problems and also ask them to give the feedback about their welfare schemes and their implementation. Also there Naidu attended the public meeting and lashed out at his opposition party named Yuvajana Shramika Rythu Congress party.
At the meeting, Naidu talked about the welfare for the people and promised people that there all election promises will definitely fulfill, further he added that every house in Tettangi village will have drinking water, and also assured them by saying they will pay marriage expenses of women living below poverty line.
At the meeting, Naidu says "60 percent of the people are happy with the serving of TDP's ruling party, and he assured that the party will surely win the confidence of remaining 90 percent in coming two years." Also in 2014 assembly elections, the TDP and Â BJP alliance had won 106 of the 175 assembly seats in Seemandhra.
And for the upcoming 2019 election polls also TDP is leaving no stone unturned to win people's confidence again and also to prepare to maintain its position as the ruling party.