Nara Lokesh: Green signal for Lokesh Yatra.. But if the conditions are violated, are the actions wrong? This is the two day schedule.. | Andhra Pradesh police grant permission to Nara Lokesh for ‘Yuvagalam Padayatra’ three days schedule released

Government has given green signal to Lokesh Yatra. But it says conditions apply. Achituchi warned to ask. The TDP leaders are furious over this. What are the conditions? What is the problem of the trip because of them?

Government has given green signal to TDP leader Lokesh’s yatra. Police has given permission for Lokesh’s Yuvagalam yatra with 14 conditions. With this, Lokesh Padayatra will start from Kuppam on Friday (January 27). On the same day there will be a public meeting at Kuppam. Police advised not to cause any kind of disturbance to people, motorists and emergency services during the padayatra. He made it clear that public meetings should be held according to time…no damage should be done to government and private properties.

The police suggested that no meetings should be held on the roads. Fire engine should be kept available along with the ambulance. It has been clarified that the burning of firecrackers is completely prohibited. The police on duty should follow the orders given from time to time. TDP objected to the behavior of the police. It has been accused of imposing meaningless restrictions. TDP leaders are furious over the police restrictions.

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This is the schedule for three days.

Lokesh will pay tribute today at NTR Ghat in Hyderabad before Yuvagala. From there they will leave for Kadapa. Special pooja is performed in the temple of Sri God Kadapa Lakshmi Venkateswara Swamy. Nara Lokesh will go to Tirupati after prayers at Aminpur Dargah. On 26th of this month, Tirumala will be visited in the morning. In the afternoon of the same day, Kuppam R&B will reach the guest house.

On 27th of this month, special pooja will be performed at Varadarajaswamy temple in Kuppam. Lokesh will do a padayatra from Kuppam to Ichhapuram in Srikakulam district. TDP has appointed Deepak Reddy as the in-charge of the trip which will last more than four hundred days.

The police have warned that if the rules are not followed, the permission to walk will be revoked at any moment. On the other hand, the TDP leaders are furious with the behavior of the police. And YCP leaders continue to rain comments on Lokesh’s trip. In this order, the excitement about the Yuvagalam Yatra continues.

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