TDP pips YSRCP in Nandyal bypoll

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Bhuma Brahmananda Reddy is nominated for Nandyal elections for TDP.

TDP continuing his majority From first round to 8th round already YSR Congress party candidate Shilpa Mohan Reddy leave election counting hall without speaking media and he cannot even Compete with Brahmananda Reddy any round. The move proved to be right for the TDP as he won by a huge margin.

TDP candidate Bhuma Brahmananda Reddy, a novice in electoral politics, defeated his YSR Congress rival and former minister Silpa Chandra Mohan Reddy. Most pollsters and both parties were prepared for a close finish. All this happened even after Jagan campaigning for 13 days in Nandhyal. The Nadyal by-election victory is a result of the hard work done by Chief Minister and party president N Chandrababu Naidu for development, TDP (Urban) president and MLA Vasupalli Ganesh Kumar has said.

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Summary: TDP cadres celebrated the party victory at Nandyal at the party office here with senior leader C M A Zaheer Ahmed cutting a cake.

"Since it was a solitary bypoll, the state focused with great concentration, but one can call it a referendum only if bypolls are held in all 20 seats and see if the government can focus on all these seats in equal measure", he said. Nagi Reddy's daughter Akhila Priya, who was elected on YSRCP ticket from the neighbouring Allagadda constituency, also defected to the TDP. The elections took place between the ruling party Telugu Desam Party and the opposition party Yuvajana Shramika Rythu Congress Party.

People clearly backed development and forward-looking governance, Naidu claimed. "The TDP leadership pumped in money to lure voters. Nevertheless, I respect the people's verdict", he said.

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