As per report, the
high voter turnout in Andhra Pradesh and especially women stay at the polling
booths until early hours next day has come as a pleasant surprise for everyone
across the country. Meanwhile despite malfunctioning of EVMs reported from many
places, Election Commission's laxity, many voters returned to the booths before
6 pm after an appeal was made to them.
Furthermore there has been news that high women turnout could indicate a pro-incumbency wave favoring the Telugu Desam Party, sources say that the TDP cadre has secretly mobilized women to ensure that they stay at the booths until their vote is cast. Reportedly most of the women who turned up at the booths are the beneficiaries of Pasupu Kumkuma scheme while the others turned up duo to gratitude towards the government.
Moreover within minutes after the TDP Chief N. Chandrababu Naidu made an appeal to voters, the TDP cadre mobilized across the state to motivate women to ensure that their vote is cast at the booth. Perhaps in coordinated efforts, entire party cadre made sure that these women and other voters get to the booths and stay there after the Chief election officer said that they would allow polling for all those who stay at the booths till 6 pm.
Janasena Lost Deposits 121 Seats of the Total 137 Seats it Contested Janasena President Pawan Kalyan has suffered a humiliating defeat in his maiden Elections. Pawan Kalyan contested from two seats — Bhimavaram and Gajuwaka and lost from both of them. Janasena has managed to just open its account with one seat from Razole (East Godavari). Here are further insights into the massive disaster result of Janasena.
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