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CM Chandrababu Naidu to conduct review meetings from 1 May
The Telugu Desam Party national president and AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said the fight which there are conducting in order to save the democracy has given the inspiration to many.
Amaravati: The Telugu Desam Party national president and AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said the fight which there are conducting in order to save the democracy has given the inspiration to many.
On Thursday, CM Naidu has conducted a teleconference with the TDP leader at CM camp office in Amaravati. Speaking on the occasion he said for their fight, no matter what the other campaign, but after the results of the election it's sure that TDP is going to form the government.
He also said that the TDP is fighting over the EVMs issues from a long time. The TDP chief said he'll be conducting the review meetings according to the Parliament constituencies wise from 1st May onwards.
Even after the completion of the elections, the conspiracies of the oppositions have not come to an end. Till the polling results are declared, the conspiracies of BJP and YSRCP will continue.
Chandrababu Naidu has directed to give proper training to the counting agents according to the constituencies wise. He said that there are differences between the votes of Assembly and Parliament candidates. Until the counting process is completed everyone should be on alert.