YSR Congress Mouthpiece Sakshi has been airing a series of Reports about how Minister Ghanta Srinivas Rao is upset with the TDP High command for having Sidelined from his Bheemili Assembly Segment. Earlier there is a buzz that Nara Lokesh will contest from here.
Now they say Lokesh will contest from Vishakapatnam North and Former CBI JD Lakshminarayana may be in fray from Bheemili. In either case, Ghanta may have to vacate Bheemili and contest from Anakapalli this time. Sakshi is saying that Ghanta is very much dissatisfied with this decision.
Lokesh posted a picture of himself and Ghanta while a TV behind them is flashing that the Minister is not at all happy. Ghanta and Lokesh are seen beaming in the picture. This seems to be a troll of the highest order. On the other side, Telugu Desam Party will release its first list of Candidates Tomorrow.
What is Roja's Condition in Nagari This Time? In 2014, Former Actress Roja won on YSR Congress Ticket from Nagari with a slight margin. She is excited on becoming the MLA and created a rampage in the Opposition. But then, she was suspended for a year in the Legislative Assembly for her poor behaviour. Roja's severe criticism on TDP almost made her an enemy to the Ruling Party and this time, they are determined to defeat her.
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