YSRCP leaves no stone unturned to secure Gurumoorthy’s victory


Despite the heat waves, high-ranking party leaders visit every household to get votes

With the mercury hovering above 42 degrees Celsius on Friday and the heat wave sweeping, it was a tough day for one to get out.

However, it was normal business for the YSRCP campaign, which was at a feverish level from day one.

Accompanied by the Deputy Prime Minister K. Narayanaswamy, the Minister Peddireddi Ramachandra Reddy, the responsible party of the Chittoor district, YV Subba Reddy, and the MLA Bhumana Karunakar Reddy, the party candidate M. Gurumoorthy had toured the seven assembly segments of the Tirupati (SC) constituency of the Tirupati (SC) constituency for over a week.

Perni Nani campaign

The special attraction of the day was the presence of the Minister of Information Perni Venkatramaiah (Nani), who personally distributed brochures and party graffiti to every household.

Since the government had appointed the minister to be responsible for acquisitions in the constituency of the Tirupati assembly, he left no stone unturned to enable the party to run a cake.

Mr. Karunakar Reddy started the campaign of the day in the Guruva Reddy Samadhulu region and led Dr. Gurumoorthy into the streets of the city to get votes for the “Fan” symbol.

The party chose Friday to advertise in the Pedda Masjid as a number of Muslims attended the special prayers.

Shafi Ahmed Qadari, who was appointed government qazi for Tirupati, accompanied the candidate and introduced him to the members of the community.

Later a friendly meeting took place with the Dalit leaders, during which the speakers recalled the support of former Prime Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy for the community and asked for support for Dr. Gurumoorthy asked.


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