Anantapur: The family of Telugu Desam National General Secretary Nara Lokesh faced tense moments on Wednesday as he left home in Hyderabad for his padayatra Yuva Galam via AP for the next 400 days in a row.

Lokesh left home after receiving blessings from his father Nara Chandrababu Naidu and mother Bhuvaneswari as well as father-in-law Nandamuri Balakrishna, mother-in-law Vasundhara and other family members.

Left: Lokesh receives blessings from his father Nara Chandrababu Naidu and his mother Bhuvaneswari; directly from his father-in-law Nandamuri Balakrishna, his mother-in-law Vasundhara. (Photo: Twitter @naralokesh)

He would start the 400-day yatra in Kuppam on January 27. Prior to this, Lokesh and his wife Brahmani would offer puja at home in the presence of their son Devansh and other family members.

Lokesh said he would be away from home for a long time but would talk to his son via video conference every day until the end of Kuppam’s yatra in Srikkakulam.

Lokesh with his Brahmani and son before leaving for his 400 day yatra. (Photo: Twitter @naralokesh)

Brahmani held the ritual of offering a coconut in front of the vehicle, for divine blessings and a safe journey.

Lokesh reached NTR Ghat in Hyderabad, where he offered floral tributes to his grandfather and founder of Telugu Desam NT Rama Rao and proceeded to the international airport. From there he flew to Kadapa and reached the historic Devuni Gadapa Lord Venkateswara Swamy Temple and offered the puja there.

Later, he went to Ameen Peer Dargah in the city and offered traditional offerings there. Accompanied by a large number of TD activists and Kadapa leaders, Lokesh visited the local Mariyapuram church and offered prayers.

Lokesh then left for Tirumala for prayers at Lord Venkateswara Swamy temple. After staying at the Tirumala guest house, Lokesh will have Lord Venkateswara Swamy’s darshan there on January 26 and reach Kuppam in the afternoon.

Lokesh wrote a letter to the public, explaining the purpose of his padayatra Yuva Galam in the state and asked for the blessings of the people. “Everyone in the state is a victim in the ‘badudu palana’ as YSRC leaders target opposition parties instead of finding solutions to people’s grievances. No new industry is coming to AP and existing industries are moving to other states due to government harassment Jagan Mohan Reddy,” he alleged.

Lokesh alleged that the police department was being misused to provoke faction in the state. “It is time to teach Jagan Mohan Reddy a lesson by eliminating his government. Therefore, the padayatra will be held with a commitment to highlight the failings of Jagan Mohan Reddy,” he said.

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