Mudragada’s yatra to cover 73 villages
It will cover 73 villages in four districts
Kapu leader Mudragada Padmanabham has announced the route map for his proposed padayatra to Amaravati from Kirlampudi from July 26.
Addressing the media at his residence in Kirlampudi on Monday, Mr. Padmanabham said the padayatra would cover 73 villages in four districts.
Starting from Kirlampudi, the padayatra will pass through Veeravaram and Jaggampeta and reach Rajamahendravaram by night, covering 22 villages. The padayatra will enter West Godavari district in Tanuku.
“The route map covering 26 villages in West Godavari will be finalised shortly,” he said. Mr. Padmanabham said the padayatra would cover 19 villages in Krishna district after entering it at Kalidindi. In Guntur district, the padayatra will enter Seethanagaram and reach Velagapudi, covering six villages.
Mr. Padmanabham, however, did not announce the exact date and time of the padayatra.
Referring to the row over permission for the padayatra, Mr. Padmanabham asked whether permission was being accorded for all padayatras and agitations in the State.
In a bid to gain political mileage, Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu would declare reservation for Kapus before the 2019 elections, Mr. Padmanabham said, adding that until then Mr. Naidu would keep the issue on the back-burner.
Mudragada Padmanabham all set to undertake Padayatra for Kapu Reservations next month
Kapu leader Mudragada Padmanabham is all set to launch a Padayatra seeking BC reservations for Kapus. The Padayatra would begin from July 26 starting at Kirlampudi in East Godavari district.
Releasing the route map of his Padayatra that would cover both East and West Godavari and Krishna districts, Mudragada also released an open letter to Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu on the issue of Kapu Reservations.
Stating that there was no going back on the Padayatra, the Kapu leader questioned the reason behind Chandrababu consulting the BCs on according reservations to Kapus and why did he include Kapu reservations in his election manifesto.
Mudragada further said that they are not ready to share from the BCs and demanded special reservations for Kapus.