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One more Odarpu in AP not from YSRCP!

One more Odarpu in AP not from YSRCP!
One more Odarpu in AP not from YSRCP!
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TDP President Chandrababu has visited his constituency Kuppam first time after losing the general elections. Of Course! This is the first political visit for CBN after the results in AP. He has participated in the meeting of TDP cadre and gave assurance to the cadre after series of attacks from YSRCP in recent past. He said that TDP never did this in 2014 but YSRCP is targeting our cadre soon after came into the power. TDP cadre from Rayalaseema and Palnadu belt is fear of personal attacks from YSRCP.

It seems that CBN has planned to mingle with people with the cause of consoling party cadre who killed by YSRCP activitists. When he was in opposition in 2009 he started his marathon in the name of Vastunna Mee Kosam. This time he is trying to visit cadre houses and gave assurance to them. As per buzz, CBN asked the cadre to give 6 months of time to YSRCP government and then start questioned government’s failures.

But there is a pressure from party cadre on CBN to condemn the attacks and wrong doings of government. AP people saw YS jagan’s Odarpu yatra to console the families who died after hearing the news of YSR death. He visited the state which was not divided in 2011 and continued till 2014 elections. After some time in 2017 YS jagan started his marathon and got success in general elections. Now, AP People might see another Odarpu from TDP side. CBN have many chances to tour the state to give confidence among the cadre.

One more Odarpu in AP not from YSRCP!
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