Senior Leader Tells Good News To TDP On NTR's Anniversary!

Wed Jan 18 2023 15:24:10 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

The grand old Telugu Desam Party has been facing issues with veteran leader Ganta Srinivasa Rao for a long time. At a time when the party leadership is looking for winning horses to win the next general elections in Andhra Pradesh, there is no clarity on what the former Minister wants to do.



Earlier there were even reports which said that Ganta is looking at other parties as he is having issues with the party. On the death anniversary of Telugu Desam Party founder chief Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao the senior leader came up with a piece of good news.

As today marks the death anniversary of NTR today, Ganta Srinivasa Rao paid his tributes to the former Chief Minister and remembered the services he made. Later he spoke to the media and left the Telugu Desam Party followers and sympathisers in a state of happiness.

Calling the TDP an extended family the Visakhapatnam North MLA said that he is with the party and he will walk with it. He also said that he never said he would leave the party. Making the party followers happy the opposition party MLA said that he will walk the path of founder chief TDP.

This will surely make the party leadership happy. The former Minister is a big name in the state and he can come in handy for the party in the Vizag region. Earlier he helped the party in the region. His resources and followers spread across the region can be a deciding factor in the region.

Winning the next general elections is the need of the hour for the party for its future. With Ganta Srinivasa Rao announcing that he will walk with the party, the leadership can get the relief that he will take care of Vizag and surrounding regions.

His political journey is based out in the Vizag region and he enjoys strong support there. His resources and the name he has there can do wonders for the Telugu Desam Party. Leaving the other regions aside, the opposition party can now feel that it is in a good position in Vizag for the next polls.