TDP's Badude Badudu protest stirs in Guntur, Bapatla
DECCAN CHRONICLE | DC Correspondent
Vijayawada: Telugu Desam chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu will hold his party’s Badude Badudu protests for three days in Guntur and Bapatla districts from Thursday to Saturday.
Through the exercise, Naidu is attempting to re-strengthen Telugu Desam in the two districts, which had once been the party’s bastions.
According to his schedule, the former chief minister will start from his residence in Undavalli on Thursday morning. He will join roadshows and bike rallies at Pedakakani and Narakoduru. Thereafter, he will address a public meeting at Ponnur before his night halt.
On Friday, Naidu will interact with leaders of Muslims in Ponnur and seek their support for TD in the coming elections. He will hold road shows and join bike rallies at Chundrupalli, Etheru and Appikatla. He will then proceed to a public meeting at Bapatla, where he will stay the night.
On Saturday, the TD chief will meet students and people of SC community at the Bapatla Engineering College. He will then meet women in Stuartpuram and join a bike rally. He will then hold a roadshow from Perala Masjid Centre and proceed towards Boyinavaripalem and Ipurupalem before addressing a public meeting.