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After Nandyal by-polls victory, Andhra CM Chandrababu Naidu aims at Assembly elections

News Agencies | Updated on: 5 September 2017, 15:08 IST

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu addressed a state-level workshop of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) to discuss its strategy for the upcoming 2019 Assembly polls.

The Chief Minister said, "We are following a 'three pronged strategy' for the upcoming elections - public management, political management and poll management."

"We have to get ready for 2019. Our aim should be all 175 constituencies. You have to go to every household, explain the TDP government's development and welfare activities and get public feedback. Don't discriminate among the people because such all inclusive ways resulted in scoring success in Nandyal and Kakinada elections," he said.

Naidu further said that the work of building 18 lakh houses with Rs. 50,000 crore should be done efficiently and real needy should be benefitted.

Taking a shot at the opposition, the party chief said, "The opposition is now indulging in mud-slinging. The leaders in that party are looking for ways to get out of the party and those with criminal attitude are gaining an upper hand there."

The party recently recorded twin victories in the Nandyal by-polls and Kakinada municipal elections.

Talking about the victory, the party chief said, "I have never reviewed a by-poll result at such length and depth. But more than 80 per cent of the people are satisfied with our governance. That resulted in election results." 

-ANI

First published: 5 September 2017, 15:08 IST
 
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