TDP has been trying hard to bring the ruling party YSRCP down on its policies and developments. On one hand, YSRCP is gearing up to implement the new sand policy on September 5th and on the other hand, Nara Lokesh and his members have gone down to have a protest in the West Godavari on the sand crisis across the state and they further appealed the other oppositions to join them for supporting the protest.
However, the protest of Nara Lokesh has received a very less response than expected. As the Lokesh lacks the mass following in the public and also the police have tightened the measures making the space more narrow in joining more leaders in the protest, there were very few members seen on the road who have joined the protest.
Because of this media has also didn’t give much importance to this protest.
At the inception, TDP wanted to give three months to react on the YSCRP ruling but it seems to the opposition has taken a U-turn on their decision and trying every possible extent to pull the ruling party’s leg.