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TDP Leader Nara Lokesh’s ‘Yuva Galam’ Andhra Pradesh Police gets green signal!

TDP Leader Nara Lokesh’s ‘Yuva Galam’ Andhra Pradesh Police gets green signal!


The Telugu Desam Party (TDP), the opposition party in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly, is planning to organize a big programme. Andhra Pradesh Police has given permission to Yuva Galam, the program of former CM’s son and TDP leader Nara Lokesh.

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Published: Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 18:40 [IST]

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TDP Leader Nara Lokesh’s ‘Yuva Galam’ Andhra Pradesh Police has got the green signal. TDP General Secretary MLC Nara Lokesh will undertake the padyatra with the title ‘Yuva Galam’. Earlier clouds of doubt were hovering over this program, but now ending the suspense, the Chittoor police has given permission for the walkathon on Tuesday. Supporters of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) are expected to turn out in large numbers for the padyatra that will begin from Kuppam on January 27. In such a situation, dealing with the apprehensions arising after the recent stampede during the rally can prove to be a big challenge for the Andhra Pradesh Police.

Conditional permission for march and public meeting

According to reports, the police have given permission to hold the public meeting in Kuppam with conditions. There was speculation that the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy-led state government may issue government orders imposing certain restrictions on the conduct of public meetings. TDP leaders and office-bearers were apprehensive that the government might deliberately create hurdles in the walkathon, but it did not happen. Now all eyes will be on the supporters gathering in Nara Lokesh’s Yuva Galam.

Is the Chief Minister afraid of losing the election?

Interestingly, the Telugu Desam Party often verbally attacks the YSRCP government. The party’s state president Atchannaidu hit back, objecting to the conditions on which young Galam was granted permission. Apart from them, TDP leaders including N Amarnath Reddy, Dhulipalla Narendra said that the restrictions showed the insecurity of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. He alleged that ever since Lokesh made the announcement about the padayatra, Jagan and his associates were conspiring to sabotage it fearing losing the election.

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Story first published: Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 18:40 [IST]

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