Bandi Sanjay Padayatra Successful in Bhuvanagiri AC: Gudur
Hyderabad, Aug.6 (Maxim News): Bharatiya Janata Party state senior leader Gudur Narayana Reddy on Saturday stated that the Padayatra of BJP state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar was successful in the Bhuvanagiri Assembly Constituency and provided a much-needed fillip to the party in the constituency.
In a media statement, he said that the Padayatra, named Praja Sangrama Yatra, has created a lot of enthusiasm in the people of the constituency. Thousands of party workers and common people participated in the Yatra.
He said that hundreds of youngsters have walked along with Bandi Sanjay for 44-kilo meters in the constituency. He reminded us that the Padayatra has begun in Yadadri on August 2.
Narayana Reddy said that the Padayatra would enter Munugodu Assembly Constituency on Sunday after Sanjay crosses Jiblakpally. He said that Sanjay would tour Choutuppal Mandal of Munugodu AC from Sunday onwards.
He said that on the occasion of National Handloom Day, the BJP state president would address a meeting of the handloom weavers and other artisans at Bhutan Pochampalli on Sunday.
He said that in the past four days Sanjay has met thousands of people of the Bhuvanagiri Assembly constituency and interacted with common people. He enquired about the situation in the constituency.
“Wherever Sanjay has spoken with the people, they have poured out their travails and issues. At Baswapur the oustees have told their misery due to the apathy of the government. They have said that the government failed to fulfill its promises as far as rehabilitation and resettlement was concerned,” he said.
He said that employees, youngsters, and other sections have informed their issues to Bandi Sanjay. He said that the BJP state president has given a patient a hearing.
He said that BJP has been gaining strength in the state as several senior leaders of other parties would be joining the party soon. He said that the joining spree would continue and BJP would reach nook and corner of the state. (Maxim News)
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