Cadre betting big on their leaders' victory in Adilabad

Cadre betting big on their leaders victory in Adilabad
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The countdown for Lok Sabha election results is reduced to 22 days as the election results are scheduled to be released on May 23.

Adilabad: The countdown for Lok Sabha election results is reduced to 22 days as the election results are scheduled to be released on May 23.

Keeping in view the upcoming territorial constituency elections and by analysing the LS election results, party workers and leaders are betting on their leaders' victory in the elections.

In Adilabad district, discussions are going on about the LS election results, but the candidates, who have contested, are confident of their victory.

They are busy campaigning for zilla parishad and mandal parishad territorial constituency (ZPTC an MPTC) elections.

In the seven Assembly segments in Adilabad Lok Sabha constituency, activists and leaders of various political parties are betting on the LS results.

They are placing high bets on their leaders' victory through social media. The stakes of betting are high in Peddapalli and Adilabad LS segments.

In Adilabad Lok Sabha constituency, along with Godam Nagesh from the ruling TRS, Rathod Ramesh from Congress and Soyam Bapu Rao from Bharatiya Janata Party, a total

10 candidates have contested

the elections.

But the main competition is between the candidates of major political parties only. The followers of these candidates are placing huge bets on their respective leader's success.

While in Mancherial Assembly segment, which comes under Peddapalli parliamentary constituency, leaders are betting. From Peddapalli, TRS candidate Borlakunta Venkatesh Neta, Chandrashekar from Congress, S Kumar from BJP had contested. Betting is mainly between TRS and

Congress followers.

In Manthani Assembly segment under Pedapalli LS constituency, followers of Congress MLA Duddilla Sridhar Babu and former MLA Putta Madhu are placing bets that their candidates will get more votes than others.

one has to wait till May 23, not to see who will win in the elections, but who will win the bet.

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