Hyderabad sources reported that TDP President and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu would campaign for the Telangana Assembly polls along with Congress President Rahul Gandhi next week. TDP sources said Naidu would take part in the electioneering along with Gandhi on November 28 and 29. As per report TDP and Congress are contesting the December 7 polls in Telangana as part of the "grand alliance" which also comprises the CPI and Telangana Jana Samiti (TJS).
Accordingly Naidu, who has been making efforts to put together an anti-BJP front, had met Gandhi earlier this month. Reportedly Congress has invited TDP and other alliance partners to attend the UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi's public meeting at Medchal here on Friday and the campaign was held by Sonia Gandhi against KCR.
Moreover the Telangana Legislative Assembly was prematurely dissolved on September 6 as per a recommendation made by the state cabinet. Reports added the Assembly polls were originally scheduled to be held along with Lok Sabha elections next year and the elections would be held on December 7 and the counting on December 11.
SV Mohan Back in YSRCP SV Mohan Reddy previously was in YSRCP and has won elections from Kurnool district. He then jumped to TDP as YSRCP didnt take the power. Now the cheif of TDP party has given him hand without giving him a ticket.
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