TPCC Chief Revanth Reddy to begin his padayatra from today

Hyderabad, Feb.5 (NSS): TPCC Chief A. Revanth Reddy will begin his padayatra from today with an objective to bring back the party to power in Telangana state. The yatra which is called Haath Se Haath Jodo yatra will begin from the famous Sammakka –Sarakka temple  in Medaram of Mulugu district.

            The Congress party MLA Seethakka has revealed the schedule of the initial two days of the yatra. Speaking to media persons, She said that other party leaders like CLP leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka and the party MP N. Uttam Kumar Reddy would launch similar yatras from different constituencies of the state. She said that AICC had asked them to hold the padayatra to take the message of the party leader and his recent Bharat Jodo Padayatra. She said that all the party leaders would take part in the yatra and coordinate with each other for its success. She said that she would take part in the padayatra in all 7 assembly constituencies of Mahbubabad Lok Sabah seat and added that the padaytra would be held for 10 days in the constituency. Seethakka also met with Mulugu SP Gouse Alam and urged him to not only provide permission for the yatra but also provide adequate security to the TPCC Chief.

According to the schedule released by Seethakka, Revanth will reach Medaram village of Tadvai mandal at `11 am on Monday and perform special prayers at Sammakka and Sarakka temple from 11 am to 12 pm. Seethakka said that the padayatra would begin at 1 pm and would reach Project Nagar village of Govindraopeta mandal at 2 pm after covering Kothur, Narlapur and Vengalapur villages of Tadvai mandal. Revanth will have a lunch break from 2 pm to 2.30 pm  on the first day. He will resume his padayatra at 2.30 pm and reach Pasra village at 4.30 pm. There will be a tea break from 4.30 pm to 5 pm. Revanth will take part in a corner meeting at Pasra Junction from 5 pm to 6 pm. Revanth will later resume his padaytra and cover villages like Govindraopeta, Chalvai, Machapur Jawaharnagar, Janganpally cross, Icharla and Venkatapur cross roads before reaching Palampeta. Revanth will night halt at the village on the first day. (NSS)

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