The campaign season has brought a fun trend of politicians making traditional South Indian breakfasts. State Agriculture Minister Singireddy Niranjan Reddy joined in on the trend and was seen frying hot pooris during his campaign trail in Wanaparthy.
Afterwards, he spoke to a gathering of supporters and local leaders in the 25th and 26th wards of the Wanaparthy district center. He emphasized his commitment to the development of the region, stating that it is his responsibility to make Wanaparthy develop faster.
Singireddy highlighted the ongoing expansion of Wanaparthy’s roads as a sign of the government’s forward-thinking approach and their focus on the city’s progress over the next 100 years. He also mentioned his close connection with the people and how he has witnessed their hardships.
During the campaign, Singireddy was accompanied by District President Gattu Yadav, District Spokesperson Vakiti Sridhar, Library District Chairman Lakshmaiah, Market Committee Chairman Ramesh Goud, and Media Cell Convenors Nandimalla Shyam, Ashok, and others.
The Minister’s election campaign in Wanaparthy was warmly welcomed by the local community.