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Which Side Will Be The Verdict Of Ap Voter

AP Elections 2024: The fourth phase of the general election campaign is over. Polling for 96 Lok Sabha seats in ten states was held on Monday (May 13). This time the polling percentage has slightly increased. 67.70 percent polling was recorded. More than 79 percent polling was recorded in Andhra Pradesh. Now all eyes are on AP. Elections were held here for 25 Lok Sabha seats and 125 assembly seats. In the backdrop of massive polling, the ruling YCP, TDP, BJP and Jana Sena alliance are under tension as they do not know where the voter turnout will be. The leaders of the alliance are saying that the increased turnout is a proof of the government's positivity, and that it is a proof of the opposition to the YCP and government. Although they are showing calmness that the victory is theirs, there is concern inside. Even though there was a huge polling, the results are still not clear to the analysts. It is impossible to say whether the ruling party or the opposition alliance will win. No such signs are seen anywhere.

Voters came in large numbers.

This time, NRIs living in different states and abroad also flocked to AP in large numbers to vote in the elections. Similar to 2014, this time 20 lakh seamen came to AP from Hyderabad. After the bifurcation of the state in 2014, the people of Andhra came together and voted in large numbers due to the campaign that the state needed an experienced leader for the reconstruction of the new state. At this time, TDP, BJP and Jana Sena contested as an alliance. But no one contested on behalf of Janasena in this election. People wanted a change in 2019 as Chandrababu failed miserably in his five-year rule. Crowned YCP.

Alliance again..

And to face Jagan in the 2024 general elections, Chandrababu opened the door to opportunistic alliances. Babu, who broke up with the BJP in 2018, later criticized the BJP government along with Modi. Chandrababu and Pawan Kalyan, who realized that they could not face Jagan alone at the time of re-election, first formed an alliance. Later, he joined the BJP-led NDA alliance. In order to defeat Jagan, they spread the word that there is no development in AP, Jagan has pushed AP ten years behind, and land values ​​have fallen. They campaigned with people from the joint Krishna, Guntur, East Godavari and West Godavari districts that they were going to Andhra to defeat Jagan. The alliance blew up saying psycho rule. The Land Titling Act has been misrepresented. She tried to portray the Jagan family as feudalists.

Jagan immediately poor and middle class voters..

In the recent elections, it seems that the poor and middle class voters and educated urban middle class voters in AP are on the side of Jagan. It seems that some residents of the capital and Visakhapatnam have favored the alliance. Analysts believe that the rural voters, including women, minorities and the weaker sections of the Badugu, have favored the YCP. It is said that the urban voters have favored TDP. Majority of Dalits, BCs, STs, Muslims and Reds in the state are on the side of YS Jagan. At the same time, urban educated voters, employees, teachers, Kammavargam, some youth from the Kapu community and some upper castes are expected to be on the side of the alliance.

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