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Khammam: Candidates shift focus to poll management now

Published Dec 7, 2018, 5:45 am IST
Updated Dec 7, 2018, 5:45 am IST
Nama Nageswara Rao
 Nama Nageswara Rao

Khammam: The candidates, who were busy campaigning till now, are concentrating more on poll management now. The candidates of all the main political parties have distributed huge money to the voters. Some of the candidates in Prajakutami were assisted by Andhra Pradesh leaders.

The Telugu Desam workers in Khammam, who are in the money distribution team of Mr Nama Nageswara Rao, faced embarrassment as the voters surrounded them for money. At one stage, the workers fled from the place as the demand for money became pressing.

TRS candidate for Khammam Mr Puvvada Ajay Kumar, who completed his poll management work earlier, is concentrating now on moving his voters to the polling booths. In Madhira, TPCC working president has given directions to the party workers on how to bring the Congress voters to the polling booths. TRS MP P. Srinivas Reddy, who is looking after polling affairs of Madhira, claimed that he had executed a meticulous plan for winning.

In Palair, interim minister Mr Tummala Nageswara Rao is confident now on winning and his poll managers have made all post-win arrangements. Mr Rao’s rival Mr Kandala Upender Reddy is facing a bit of a problem as his money was seized in Janagaon district. TRS candidate for Wyra Madanlal is relying more on the beneficiaries and he hopes to get more votes than the contesting Congress rebel candidate Mr. Ramulu Naik. In Sattupalli, TD candidate Ms Sandra Venkata Veeraiah has completed all formalities for December 7 polling.

Sandra and Bhatti Vikramaka have been getting all logistical support from AP Teldugu Desam leaders, who camped in the borders and helped the Makakutami candidates. The political experts expect the poll percentage to exceed more than 70 percent in these five segments because all contesting candidates from both sides are powerful. Apart from it, the neutral voters may also participate in the election to vent their feelings.



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