Mahanadu goes Virtual; to be held on May 27,28

After years of holding Mahanadu, its annual meeting, the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) has finally decided to go virtual. This is the first time in the history of the party that the party high command has taken this decision. Mahanadu will be held on May 27th and 28th due to the impact of Coronavirus and the continuing lockdown. 
As has been the case with its Supremo and National President, Nara Chandrababu Naidu, the TDP will use Zoom Video Conference to hold the event. However, it would be a one-way conference where participants and members can listen to speeches but will not have the opportunity to communicate. 
The TDP National President will participate in the Conclave from the TDP Office at Mangalagiri. According to sources, the TDP is expected to pass resolutions on political and economic situation in the country, more specifically Andhra Pradesh. The party may also resolutions on the political line to be adopted in the State.
“In view of the physical distancing restrictions, it is not possible to organise Mahanadu as a  largescale gathering with party leaders and cadre,” explained Politburo member Kaluva Srinivasulu. 
Usually, the TDP holds the Mahanadu coinciding with the birth anniversary of TDP founder president N.T. Rama Rao on May 28. The party pays tributes to NTR and passes political and general resolutions during the conclave.
This Mahanadu, however, is expected to give the party a much needed direction for thriving in Andhra Pradesh as well as picking up and progressing gradually in Telangana, following its lacklustre performance. 

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