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Lokesh's Gesture to TD Workers Kin

Published: 15th April 2015 05:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th April 2015 05:59 AM   |  A+A-

CHITTOOR: TDP workers welfare fund coordinator Nara Lokesh visited the families of deceased TDP workers Venkatesh of CK Palli in Kuppam constituency, V Narayana Swamy of Pungnuru constituency, and Chengaiah of Rayalapeta of Punganuru constituency and handed over cheques for `2.5 lakh each, on Tuesday.

On the way, Lokesh also offered tributes at BR Ambedkar statue near Kuppam bus stand on the occasion of the latter’s 124th birth anniversary.

Later, addressing party functionaries at Kuppam, Palamaner, Moghili, Seshapuram and Bangharupalem, Lokesh said all TDP workers would be supported by the party whenever needed.

Recalling the contribution of the party cadre, he said despite passing through hard times for a decade, party workers remained with the party and worked hard to bring it back to power. Lokesh urged the cadre not to encourage corruption at any level.

 In the night, he went to Agarampalli in Irala Mandal and visited the family of deceased TDP worker P Saralamma of Puthalapattu constituency and handed over a cheque for `2.5 lakh.

From there, he went to Settipalle village near Tirupati and consoled the family members of Prabhakar and extended financial aid.

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