K.C. Chekuri, a Non Resident Indian (NRI) member of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP,) organised a meeting and urged the women voters of Andhra Pradesh (AP) to support N. Chandrababu Naidu, the Chief Minister of AP, ahead of the AP Assembly and Lok Sabha elections.
K.C. Chekuri, who lives in Texas, the United States of America (U.S.A.,) is serving as the Chairman of the Telugu Association of North America (TANA) Telugu Language Promotion Committee in the U.S.A.
Chekuri is a prominent figure in the NRI Telugu community for his active volunteering and contribution in the fields of Telugu language, literature, cultural heritage and social service.
K.C. Chekuri is a supporter of the TDP and is running a campaign with the theme ‘Malli Nuvve Ravali.’
K.C. Chekuri, along with the TDP leaders, organised a special meeting on the 7th of April, Nara Kosam Naari Lokam (Women for Chandrababu,) to create awareness among the women of AP and appealed to them to vote for Mr. Naidu.
During the meeting, Chekuri highlighted the welfare schemes and activities launched by the Naidu led TDP. He said, Naidu has done a lot for the women, senior citizens and children of AP.
Chekuri said, “I was striving hard for the victory of TDP since my mother requested me to work for Naidu’s victory as he was taking care of old age people with his welfare schemes.”
The women who were present at the meeting supported Naidu and spoke about his welfare schemes and how the schemes were beneficial for the women of the State.
Sasikala, one of the women at the meeting, said, Naidu’s launched a number of schemes in the education sector. The TDP Government is spending Rs. 15 lakhs on each student who is studying abroad.
Another woman, Anjani, called Naidu ‘the best feminist,’ who is working hard for women empowerment, with his Development of Women and Children in Rural Areas (DWCRA) scheme.
Radha, an industry proprietor, described Naidu as a role model and the best Chief Minister of AP.
According to sources, out of a total of 3,69,33,091 voters, 1,86,04,742 are women, 1,83,24,588 are men and 3,761 belong to the third gender. Women voters form the majority in the State.
The meeting was organised as a campaign stunt to attract the attention of the women voters, who form the majority of voters in the State, ahead of the AP Assembly and Lok Sabha elections.
Andhra Pradesh Assembly and Lok Sabha elections are scheduled to be held on the 11th of April 2019.
The major parties, the TDP, the Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) and the JanaSena Party will contest a total of 175 Assembly seats and 25 Lok Sabha seats.
The results of the AP Assembly and Lok Sabha elections will be announced on the 23rd of May 2019.
Stay tuned for further updates about the AP Assembly and Lok Sabha elections.