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Poll outcome to be better than what Prashant Kishor could have delivered, says Jagan Mohan Reddy
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Poll outcome to be better than what Prashant Kishor could have delivered, says Jagan Mohan Reddy

Hyderabad: Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy Thursday said his Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) would retain power in Andhra Pradesh by breaking its 2019 record of winning 151 assembly and 22 Lok Sabha seats.Reddy also took a swipe at I-PAC former head Prashant Kishor, saying the poll outcome would be far better than what the well-known political strategist could have delivered. His remark was in response to Kishor’s 12 May prediction that the YSRCP was headed for a massive defeat and would be reduced to 51 out of the 175 assembly seats. Kishor’s statement appeared a day before polling in Andhra Pradesh in his interview with a Telugu news outlet. Show Full Article Responding to Kishor’s statement that “Jagan will be shoc...
YSRCP MLA detained at home after slapping voter at polling booth & getting it back in kind
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YSRCP MLA detained at home after slapping voter at polling booth & getting it back in kind

Hyderabad: A scuffle broke out at a polling station in Andhra Pradesh’s Tenali assembly constituency when the sitting MLA and YSRCP contestant Annabathuni Siva Kumar slapped a voter in the queue line and the voter gave it back in earnest.The slapping-match occurred in the morning hours of polling when the voter Gottimukkala Sudhakar, standing in the queue at a booth in Ithanagar locality in Tenali, reportedly objected to the MLA jumping the queue-line to cast his vote. Some of the enraged MLA’s men pounced on the person, raining blows on him, which terrified other voters, especially women present in large numbers. Show Full Article The incident, caught on camera, was shared widely on social media and even telecast on news channels. ...
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‘Vote for that governance, which will lead to brighter future’: Andhra CM Jagan Mohan Reddy | India News – Times of India

KADAPA: Andhra Pradesh chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Monday cast his vote and said that vote for that governance, which would lead to a "brighter future."He cast his vote at Kadapa Constituency's Jayamahal Anganawadi Polling Booth No. 138. "You have seen the governance in the last 5 years and if you think you have benefited from this governance, then vote for that governance, which would lead to a brighter future," Andhra CM told reporters. Congress's YS Sharmila, TDP's Chadipiralla Bhupesh Subbarami Reddy and YSRCP's YS Avinash Reddy are contesting elections from this seat. YSRCP's YS Avinash Reddy is the sitting MP from Kadapa.Sitting MP YS Avinash Reddy of the YSR Congress Party is pitted against state Congress chief YS Sharmila. Sharmila is the daughter of former Andhra CM ...
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YSRCP pulls out all stops to retain power as opposition parties try to corner it on several fronts

The YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) has tried to pull out all the stops to make a comeback to power while the opposition parties have tried to corner it on several fronts. The YSRCP has fielded candidates from all 175 Assembly and 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in the State for the elections slatred for May 13 (Monday).In the run-up to the 2019 general elections, YSRCP president Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy released the list of candidates for all 175 Assembly and 25 Lok Sabha seats at one go. However, the party leadership conducted an elaborate exercise and changed candidates from 81 Assembly segments and a few Lok Sabha seats. The party released more than eight lists naming the coordinators for each Assembly and Lok Sabha constituency, before announcing the final list of candidates in March. The par...
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In Kuppam heat, Naidu locked in revival battle | India News – Times of India

KUPPAM: At 74, TDP national president Nara Chandrababu Naidu is pulling out all the stops to reclaim the position of chief minister of Andhra Pradesh. However, he faces a tough challenge right in his backyard — Kuppam — where he’s seeking his eighth consecutive term in the 2024 elections.Naidu’s political journey began in 1978 when he contested from Chandragiri on a Congress ticket. He swiftly rose through the ranks, becoming one of the youngest ministers in T Anjaiah’s cabinet in 1980.However, his life took a turn in 1980 when he married Bhuvaneswari, the daughter of legendary actor N T Rama Rao.The emergence of Telugu Desam Party (TDP) in 1982, led by NTR, changed the political landscape of Andhra Pradesh. After facing defeat in 1983, Naidu jumped ship and joined TDP, shifting focus t...