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Seemandhra polls: People vote to outdo Hyderabad?

Seemandhra polls: People vote to outdo Hyderabad?
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Seemandhra Polls: People Vote to Outdo Hyderabad. The 2014 General Elections have turned to be crucial for both Telangana and Seemandhra. Virtually these elections turn to be the first ever elections for either state or region, whatever it may be called as of now.

The 2014 General Elections have turned to be crucial for both Telangana and Seemandhra. Virtually these elections turn to be the first ever elections for either state or region, whatever it may be called as of now. While Telangana people want their self-ruling and self-respect through self-governance, the Seemandhra people wants to prove that they can excel without Telangana by developing their own capital city that surpasses the existing capital - Hyderabad.
For either region the elections that are happening immediately after the state bifurcation have become very crucial, as these are like the stepping stones for an entire edifice. So, a wise decision has been solicited from the voters end to choose the right leadership. The entire campaigning that went on in Seemandhra region primarily focussed in and around the development and construction of the capital city of newly emerging Seemandhra state (Andhra Pradesh).
So far, the voters in Seemandhra urban areas have franchised their votes more than that of the rural masses. It clearly indicates that the educated masses want to get themselves involved in the Seemandhra’s development through the power of their votes.
It is only due to the competition that development takes place. Though the state bifurcation has brought some sort of discontentment to the people of Seemandhra, if a true leadership comes into power and develops the region, the entire wretchedness will turn to be the cheerfulness. Hope that day is not far way.

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