Kandula Narayana Reddy alleges attacks by YSRCP supporters on TDP polling agents

Kandula Narayana Reddy alleges attacks by YSRCP supporters on TDP polling agents
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The TDP MLA candidate for Markapuram, Kandula Narayana Reddy alleged that the YSRCP supporters attacked the TDP polling agents at Kondapalli and Goruguntalapadu on Thursday night and still surrounded their houses threatening them to kill if they step outside.

Markapuram: The TDP MLA candidate for Markapuram, Kandula Narayana Reddy alleged that the YSRCP supporters attacked the TDP polling agents at Kondapalli and Goruguntalapadu on Thursday night and still surrounded their houses threatening them to kill if they step outside.

Kondapalli of Markapuram mandal is the native village of the YSRCP MLA candidate Kunduru Nagarjuna Reddy, who is also the son of former MLA KP Kondareddy and son-in-law of Udumula Srinivasa Reddy. Goruguntalapadu is neighboring village of the Kondapalli, but they both become part of each other as they grew up. It is reported to police that the polling agents of TDP and YSRCP from the Kondapalli and Gorugutalapadu villages are entered into a verbal dual in the Kondapalli polling booth during the election. The officials, police, and locals pacified them and saw the election process go on peacefully.

Speaking to press at Markapuram, Narayana Reddy said this afternoon that after the polling is complete, the YSRCP supporters instigated a heated argument with TDP agents and later attacked the houses of the TDP polling agents in Kondapalli and Goruguntsalapadu.

In the attack, he alleged that six people including Ramireddy, Balamma, Ravanamma, Srinivasa Reddy, Seshaiah and Eswaraiah were injured last night and shifted to the hospital. But, he complained that the YSRCP supporters are surrounded the houses of the all polling agents and threatening them to kill if they step outside.

He said that the TDP members have already complained to the police last night and pleaded them to bring peace in the village or bring the families of the agents to Markapuram for their safety. He said that the police didn't respond to their plea and instead sent two constables to set up a picket. He said that it is the responsibility of the police to protect the lives of the TDP workers and they would be blamed if any untoward incide

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