TDP Leading In All Places!!!

June 15th, 2012, 10:34 AM IST
TDP Leading In All Places!!!

There seems to be a change in the views of educated-voters of Andhra Pradesh. Rather believing in all these corruption accused and farmer friendly politicians, they are bending towards erstwhile Hi-tech Chief Minister.

Currently, Telugudesam party is leading in all the places in connection with the postal-ballot casted by educated voters. While the votes casted through EVMs are going mostly in favour of YSR-Congress, postal ballots are swept by Telugudesam. Out of the 300 votes casted through postal-ballot, more than 240 votes are in favour of Chandrababu's party.

In fact, this percentage indicates that educated people want to see Naidu in power again as he will make the state a 'Hi-tech' Pradesh. However, these votes cannot alter the losing fate of TDP in the present by-election.

TAGS : Postal Ballot Votes, TDP, YSR Congress, EVM Votes
 

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