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Is it cake-walk for Balayogi son in Amalapuram?

Is it cake-walk for Balayogi son in Amalapuram?
Is it cake-walk for Balayogi son in Amalapuram?

Jagan surprised everyone including YSRCP leaders after announcing Chinta Anuradha as YSRCP Amalapuram Parliament candidate. YSRCP leaders are discussed whereabouts of Anuradha after they came to know that she is the candidate of Amalapuram. Anuradha’s husband is working in Income Tax department at higher cadre. Both these are reside in Chennai but all of the sudden her name was listed out in YSRCP list.

Reportedly, Anuradha couple agreed to pay 15 crores as party fund to YSRCP and also willing to disperse the amount to all Assembly segments. As per buzz, Anuradha couple now deserted 7 YSRCP MLA nominees and said that they don’t have money to distribute as election expenditure. Now, Anuradha is requesting the voters to caste one vote to her and leave the second one for their choice. This causes lot of disturbance among the YSRCP MLA nominees. Except in Amalapuram (Viswaroop) assembly, YSRCP has not strong in rest of the 6 segments. On a whole, YSRCP is divided into three parts in Amalapuram.

TDP field Ganti Harish Mathur who is the son of GMC Balayogi as its candidate. Balayogi has good name in and around Amalapuram and Mummidivaram segments. People have remembered his services till now in Kona seema. TDP don’t have much disturbance among 7 segments. Jena Sena has announced that former ONGC employee DMR Shekar as its candidate. He is also new to the politics. Reportedly, the fight is between TDP and Jenasena in Amalapuram and TDP expected Ganti’s victory in dual fight.

Is it cake-walk for Balayogi son in Amalapuram?
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