Naidu walks to Assembly to protest price rise

Leads TDP MLAs, MLCs in foot march
Garlands NTR statue at Venkatapalem
YCP failed on welfare, roads, fuel prices, etc.
AMARAVATI: TDP National President and Opposition Leader N. Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday went on foot to attend today’s session of the AP Legislative Assembly in protest against the anti-people policies and rising prices under the Jaganmohan Reddy Government.
Naidu led the TDP MLAs and MLCs in the foot march taken out to the House. The TDP members held placards and raised slogans criticising the YSRCP regime for ‘not providing’ any relief to the common man from abnormal price rise.
The TDP chief demanded that the AP Government should stop pursuing its adamant stand and start reducing prices of petrol and diesel. The highest fuel prices have caused an unbearable rise in prices of essential commodities. The Chief Minister should take back the decision on collecting tax on garbage.
Chandrababu Naidu deplored that the common man was suffering greatly and leading miserable lives under the Jagan rule. The AP Government was responsible for the highest current charges in the State when compared to all other States in the country.
TDP MLAs K. Atchannaidu, Nimmala Ramanaidu, Gorantla Butchaiah Chowdary and others took part in the foot march. They held placards highlighting the YCP Government’s failures

with regard to welfare, maintenance of roads, remunerative prices to farmers and so on. The TDP legislators have lambasted the ruling party for its policy on the merger of the aided educational institutions.
The TDP members raised slogans against the ‘drugs and mining’ mafia and held the Jaganmohan Reddy regime solely responsible for the destruction going on in the State.
Earlier, Chandrababu Naidu and his party legislators garlanded the statue of NTR at Venkatapalem. The party cadres raised slogans against the ‘chaotic and anarchic policies’ of the ruling YSRCP.