The comments made by Raghunandan Reddy, who won the recent Dubaka by-election as an MLA, are causing a stir in the BJP. Janagama District Palakurti Mandal Center ..
The sector is preparing for the graduate MLC elections in Telangana. The Election Commission will make all arrangements for the polling to take place on the 14th of this month. Leaders of major parties stepped up their campaign to win over their candidates. Ministers and MLAs from the TRS, who have shared districts and entered the field, are busy with the campaign. Going forward with the goal of winning both positions.
With the Dubaka by-election and GHMC results, the BJP leaders on Full Josh are continuing their campaign against the ruling party. Apart from the key leaders of the state, key leaders from the Center are entering the field and campaigning. Raising the heat of the campaign by bringing the issue of unemployment to the forefront to attract graduate votes. This will intensify the campaign between the TRS and the BJP.
However, the comments made by Raghunandan Reddy, who won as an MLA in the recent Dubaka by-election, are causing a stir in the BJP. Dubbaka legislator Raghunandan Rao, who was the chief guest at the Warangal Khammam Nallagonda Graduates’ MLC Spiritual Assembly held at Reddy Gardens in Janagama District Palakurti Mandal Center, was speechless.
Warangal Nalgonda Khammam graduate BJP MLC candidate Gujjula Premender Reddy has been asked to vote against BJP candidate Gujjula Premender Reddy.
Also, as the meeting was coming to an end and the Thorrur meeting was going on, media representatives were asking me why the central government was asking your opinion on petrol, gas and diesel prices. Ask Bandi Sanjay Gari, who is touring the district, he replied.
Disappointment erupted in the local kashaya cadre over the BJP MLA’s slur. The person at the MLA level has to speak out. Such people are dissatisfied with the word of mouth to vote against their candidate. The cadre was incensed at the answer to a reporter’s question about the petrol ‘Digil’ after not wanting to be asked about the voting. BJP activists are incensed that Bandi has asked Sanjay to ask about the matter.
Collector review on election arrangements
District in-charge collector and district election officer Krishna Aditya said that all arrangements have been made for the conduct of the MLC elections. In the wake of the Nalgonda, Khammam and Warangal MLC elections to be held on the 14th of this month, the returning officer of the election, Nalgonda Collector Prashant Jeevan Patil, spoke to the district officials through video conference and reviewed the election arrangements. On this occasion, he said that the election officials should make special arrangements in advance so that the MLC elections can take place peacefully. He wanted to visit the polling stations himself and inspect the furniture.
They want to set up a police liaison to prevent any untoward incidents at problematic polling stations. They want the police to provide security and move the ballot boxes and ballot papers to the polling stations and after the polling, the ballot boxes should be shifted to the counting center in Nalgonda district center. On the occasion, Collector Krishna Aditya said that there are 12,388 voters in 6 constituencies in Bhupalpally constituency and a total of 18 polling stations have been set up. The event was attended by Jesse Kurakula Swarnalatha, election officials and others.
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