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Naidu to campaign for civic polls in six districts

Staff Reporter

Four-day programme includes roadshows, public meetings

HYDERABAD: The Telugu Desam Party President, N. Chandrababu Naidu, will campaign for party candidates contesting in the Municipal elections for four days from Monday covering six districts.

According to the schedule released by the party on Sunday, he will leave for Chennai on Monday morning by flight and drive down to Nagari in Chittoor district. After covering Puttur and Kalahasti, he will reach Rajampet, in Cuddapah district, for a night halt.

On Tuesday morning he will proceed to Proddatur and later cover Jammalamadugu and Pulivendula, before entering Anantapur district.

He will address a meeting at Tadipatri and reach the district headquarters by night.

The next day the TDP leader will cover Dharmavaram and Guntakal before proceeding to Kurnool district and campaigning in Adoni and Yemmiganur.

He will reach the district headquarters by night. On Thursday, he will visit Kurnool and enter Mahabubnagar district.

He will address public meetings at Gadwal, Wanaparty and Mahbubnagar towns.

Mr. Naidu will then travel through Tandur and Vikarabad, in Ranga Reddy district, before returning to the city.

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