The ruling YSR Congress party has won a landslide victory in the by-election to the Badvel Assembly constituency in Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy’s home district. Owned an irresistible majority. The Queen swept the votes in the constituency. Fan wind hoarse tsunami. Old records have changed. In the 2019 general elections, the same YSRCP candidate in the same Badvel constituency got double the majority of votes polled for that party.
Dr. Sudha solid success
It is learned that Dr. Dasari Sudha contested on behalf of YCP in the by-election held for Badvel constituency. With the untimely death of her husband Dr. Venkatasubbaiah, a by-election was required for this position. Polling ended on the 30th of the previous month. The counting of votes was carried out this morning. Opposition Telugu Desam Party did not contest in this election. Escaped from the burial. The Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress stood in the race. There are allegations that the TDP cadre has collaborated with the entire BJP.
The majority of over 90 thousand
Dr. Dasari Sudha, the YCP candidate in this election, won with a dazzling majority. He defeated his nearest rival, BJP candidate Pantala Suresh by a margin of over 90,590 votes. Achieving this level of votes in an assembly constituency with a surplus of about two lakhs is an unbreakable record. Although Chief Minister YS Jagan did not campaign .. Badvelu voters voted for the party at this level.
BJP alleges rigging
The BJP has lashed out at the YCP’s solid victory in Badvelu. Made rigging allegations. S Vishnuvardhan Reddy, vice-president of the party’s state wing, criticized the YCP leaders for rigging and winning. The YCP was accused of rigging and occupying polling booths. The 25-year-old was incensed that the ruling party leaders had committed irregularities to defeat their party candidate Pantala Suresh.
The beginning of the fall
Vishnuvardhan Reddy’s prediction was that the fall of the ruling YSR Congress party began with the Badvelu by-election victory. It has been criticized for sidelining public judgment with actions such as rigging and committing irregularities. YCP leaders have warned that the pulses will not boil over in the 2024 assembly elections. He said the countdown to the fall of the YCP had begun. YCP says no one can stop the defeat.