Campaign in Full Swing to Support Telangana-born Uday Nagaraju in Bedford North Constituency

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The campaign for the Bedford North Constituency is gaining momentum as the Labour Party fields Hyderabad-origin IT professional Uday Nagaraju as their candidate for the upcoming UK general elections.

Uday, 45, is aiming to make history with his extensive background in public service and non-profit management as the first MP from the Telugu community in the UK.

Speaking after his selection, Uday Nagaraju expressed his gratitude and outlined his vision for North Bedfordshire:

“I am honoured to have been chosen as the Labour Parliamentary candidate for North Bedfordshire. Our towns and villages, like Biggleswade, Sandy, and Potton, have suffered under successive Conservative governments. We require an active MP who is accessible and prioritises the interests of residents. I have devoted my life to public service and pledge to be fully available as a committed MP, prioritising the needs of constituents and instilling a renewed sense of hope for positive change.”

Uday emphasised that a Labour government is essential for the necessary changes in North Bedfordshire, particularly in revitalizing the NHS and addressing crime and anti-social behaviour. He is determined to advocate for the hard-working people of the community and ensure that jobs and opportunities return to the local area.

A key part of Uday’s platform is his green agenda aimed at decarbonising the economy and investing in communities. He detailed Labour’s “green prosperity plan,” which could create 38,000 new jobs in the East of England.

Uday stated: “We’ve been clear that we need to achieve net zero in electricity generation by 2030 if we are to reach the goal of net zero in 2050. We want to make Britain a clean energy superpower.”

He also discussed Labour’s plan to establish “Great British Energy,” a company that would help the UK take control of its energy system and produce clean, homegrown power.

Addressing the issue of EV charging infrastructure, Uday highlighted the need for more investment and better maintenance of existing points. He promised to prioritize the installation of additional EV charging points in the constituency, starting with a new point in Sandy’s town centre car park.

“Only a Labour government will deliver a decade of national renewal and implement these clean and green policies,” Uday concluded, emphasizing Labour’s commitment to tackling climate change and fostering a sustainable future.

With the election approaching, Uday Nagaraju’s campaign is in full swing, aiming to bring a fresh perspective and dynamic leadership to North Bedfordshire.