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Jagan studies poll trends; confident

Jagan studies poll trends; confident
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Jagan Studies Poll Trends; Confident, the voting pattern to analyse the party prospects in the just concluded elections. Jagan exuded confidence that his party would win comfortable majority to form the first government in the residuary state.

Jagan Studies Poll Trends; ConfidentHyderabad: The YSR Congress Party president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy on Thursday held a meeting with district party leaders and reviewed the voting pattern to analyse the party prospects in the just concluded elections. Jagan exuded confidence that his party would win comfortable majority to form the first government in the residuary state. YSR Congress is of the opinion Chandrababu Naidu has already conceded defeat much before the results and is searching for excuses for his imminent debacle.

YSRCP felt that Naidu was putting the blame on others and had started propagating that YSRCP had resorted to malpractices in the polls while in reality it was TDP that had brazenly indulged in large-scale use of money and muscle power, party spokesperson Gattu Ramachandra Rao told reporters here on Thursday. He said while alleging that YSRCP had resorted to distribution of money Naidu does not speak about the fake money of Rs 3.5 crore that came to light at Siddhartha College in Vijayawada. While TDP leader Payyavula Keshav did not allow polling agents in Uravakonda in Ananthapuram district, the same TDP started complaining when YSRCP has questioned as to why a polling agent from the neighbouring constituency was brought in at Jammalamadugu. He further alleged that TDP candidates had resorted to physical assaults at Eluru, Dendaluru, Maidakuru and other places. Meanwhile Jaganmohan Reddy has decided to go on brief holiday from May 10. He will be back in city ahead of the election results.

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