There are millions of party soldiers who have remained devoted to Telugu Desam at all times. While some have sold all their life’s earnings, some have even sacrificed their lives to ensure that the party flag flutters with pride. All of them were motivated to be part of the yellow brigade because they felt it restored the good virtues and values in life that cannot be found elsewhere. The Party Workers’ Welfare Division was started with a noble objective of protecting the Telugu Desam party workers and their families during times of distress and securing their future with financial and other means of help.
Young leader Nara Lokesh launched the Party Workers’ Welfare Division in 2014 at the Mahanadu to extend not just monetary help to party workers’ families in both the Telugu-speaking states, but also necessary support for their health care, children’s education, marriage and other needs. Since inception, the Division has registered phenomenal numbers in terms of helping thousands of party workers in need. It is well known that orphaned children of deceased party workers are being educated at a residential school managed by the NTR Trust. What’s more, many talented children of party workers with financial difficulties are being enrolled into private schools, the cost of which is being borne by the party.
Party workers seeking help from the party can write an application, attach a photocopy of their membership card and submit them at the party offices across the two states.