The polling for the 175 MLAs and 25 MPs in Andhra Pradesh is currently underway. There are serpentine queues before all the polling stations indicating that the Voter Turnout will be huge. But EVM Malfunctioning is being reported at many places which has delayed the Polling at many places.
Coming to the election prospects, The Most Experienced Chandrababu will be banking on his Development plank as well as the welfare Schemes he rolled out this term. Pensions and Pasupu Kunkuma are expected to be a Gamechanger. The huge presence of Women Voters in the Queues will make Naidu Happy.
Then comes Jagan. Despite his own issues like Corruption allegations and court cases, the Biggest plus point for Jagan is that he always tried to stay with the people in the name of Odarpu Yatra or Padayatra. Having walked for around 3600 kilometres, he will hope that people will give him the one chance.
Last but not least, Pawan Kalyan‘s Janasena Party is facing the first election of its life. Pawan may not have Hopes of coming to Power all alone but will be looking at a Karnataka like scenario where he will be a Kingmaker. Despite no Survey encouraging his hope, Pawan Kalyan will pin all his Hopes on the Youth who is after him due to his filmy popularity. Let’s us see who will have the last laugh.Don't MissOne Coronavirus Vaccine Showing Good Results - Details Here:A potential vaccine for Coronavirus has been developed and tested successfully in mice and there...Don't MissRamoji Rao's Donations Brings Questions on JaganMedia Baron and Eenadu Group Chairman, Ramoji Rao had announced a donation of 10 Crore...Don't MissCorona Virus Deaths in US Cross That of 9/11 TollThe United States has become the Epicenter of Coronavirus infections across the globe. The country...Don't Missవిరాళం ఇవ్వమని ఇండస్ట్రీ లో డిమాండ్ చేస్తున్నారా?కరోనా విపత్తు సమయంలో రాష్ట్ర ప్రభుత్వాలకు, పస్తులు ఉంటున్న సినీ కార్మికులకు విరివిగా విరాళాలు ప్రకటించి ఆదర్శప్రాయంగా నిలించారు. తెలుగు...Don't MissAround 1100 From AP and TS Visits the Epicenter of Corona Cases in India?Over 8000 people from across India and countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh, etc. attended...