High-pitch campaign in Anantapur
TDP candidates reportedly proceed to participate in campaigns, enchantment to individuals to vote for CPI(M)
Campaigning for MPTC and ZPTC elections in Anantapur is reaching a feverish pitch with each YSR Congress and Communist Party of India (Marxist) candidates going across the villages in their constituencies in search of votes with only one extra day left for the canvassing.
But, together with them, candidates of Telugu Desam Party too are reportedly persevering with their campaigns, although surreptitiously. While TDP president N. Chandrababu Naidu had earlier made an announcement that his social gathering would boycott the elections, it was too late for a lot of candidates who had already begun campaigning in Pamidi, Yadiki, Tadipatri, the strongholds of the social gathering.
The TDP candidates in Yadiki reportedly had employed younger youngsters who’re going around the city in autorickshaws distributing pamphlets. But the candidates have taken care that not one of the autos carried their posters, social gathering flags, or different election materials.
At Pamidi, the TDP candidates are certain of profitable 5 MPTCs and the Pamidi ZPTC seats and related is the scenario in Yadiki, the place the TDP is bound of profitable nearly all of seats, however social gathering leaders Payyavula Keshav, Kalava Srinivasulu, and the Tadipatri Municipal Chairperson J.C. Prabhakar Reddy had appealed to individuals to vote for the CPI(M) and CPI wherever it was contesting.
The Communist events, which bought some hope in Kanaganapalli, C.K. Palli, Hindupur, Yadiki, Pamidi, Uravakonda and Rayadurg mandals, weren’t certain if the TDP supporters’ votes would get translated into their votes. The Left social gathering leaders visited some villages in Yadiki and Pamidi mandals to campaign with the weaving communities.
Meanwhile, the TDP candidate was hopeful of a victory in Kanaganapalli too. Following a very good help base for the social gathering in view of the best way the previous Minister Paritala Sunitha holds sway over the voters, the TDP expects a victory.