TDP, YSRCP keep hopes on huge turnout of women voters
Both TDP and YSRCP leaders are keeping high hopes on the women voters in the recently concluded elections.
Kadapa: Both TDP and YSRCP leaders are keeping high hopes on the women voters in the recently concluded elections.
Ruling TDP has put all its efforts in the constituencies like Badvel, Kadapa, Kamalapuram, Proddatur and Railway Kodur in which party has been facing internal dissidence. The party is keeping hopes on women voters and expecting to win from Jammalamadugu, Rajampet and Mydukuru Assembly constituencies besides Kadapa and Rajampet Lok Sabha seats.
There has been difference of 2,000 to 3,000 votes between male and female voters polled in the elections in almost all Assembly constituencies and L S seats. There was 11,17,547 women voters against 10, 87,117 men voters among 22,04,964 total population in the district.
TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu mainly focused on welfare schemes like Pasupu Kunkuma, hiking of pensions, allocation of loans to the SHG's during election.
The poll percentage which witnessed 68.65 around 4.45 PM, picked up to 77.23 following a call given by Chandrababu Naidu by pointing out poor performance of EVMs as the women used their franchise by patiently waiting for their turn in line up to midnight in Jammalamadugu, Mydukuru and Rajampet constituencies. Women voter turnout recorded between 82 to 85 per cent.
Kadapa Lok Sabha TDP nominee C Adinarayana Reddy explained these details about increase in women voters turn out to N Chandrababu Naidu during a review meeting in Vijayawada on Monday.