Amaravati: Telugu Desam national general secretary N. Lokesh camped at Guntur to set right the administration of TD central office.
The Guntur district party headquarter NTR Bhavan was recently turned into TD central office. The TD decided to conduct all state-level party meetings at Guntur, which is very near to new capital Amaravati.
Mr Lokesh, a few days ago visited the NTR Bhavan and gave some suggestions. On Thursday, Mr Lokesh came to the party office for the second time and conducting meetings will various committees about streng-thening the party from grass-root level.
The Guntur district TD was on top towards party memberships but there were no impressive works by the TD leaders and legislators in the Assembly constituencies. Mr Lokesh came to NTR Bhavan at 11 am and conducted meeting with Assembly constituency incharges and leaders of various wings of the party. M. Lokesh stressed on the need for highlighting the TD government schemes among the public, which will help attract the masses towards the party.
He said that the TD government is implementing all welfare schemes promised during elections despite deficit Budget. So, the campaign of this point among masses should be carried out by the TD leaders and activists.
Mr Lokesh, during a meeting with Telugu Nadu Students Federation, said that students and youth are the main driving force towards strengthening the party from grass-root level. He suggested TNSF leaders to campaign about the TD schemes for students including for BCs.
TNSF district president S.V. Chaitanya said that the TNSF will conduct Badi Pilustondi (school calling) campaign from June 16 under which various awareness meetings and rallies would be held.
Mentioning about the lagging of the TD leaders towards using online services, Mr Lokesh suggested the leaders to use social media and other online services to campaign about the party.
Expressing dissatisfaction over the poor campaigning in the rural areas, he asserted on the need to strengthen the TD from grassroot levels in rural areas. He suggested the leaders to shun differences and group politics....