Andhra Pradesh voters turn out in large numbers: Whom would the state choose?
Scorching sun, EVMs with technical glitches, long queues, but nothing has stopped the voters of Andhra Pradesh who turned out in thousand at every polling booth. Seems like the awareness created by EC and different media channels has shown impact encouraging the Citizen to cast their valuable votes.
On-field reports from various constituencies stated that the turnout of crowds seems to be pretty huge despite the troubling EVMs. 2014 elections have registered the votes of nearly 3.68 crore people and the voting percentage has touched 76.80. This time the percentage is anticipated to increase with Andhraites from Hyderabad and Bangalore reaching their respective hometowns in large numbers to cast their vote.
One of the main reasons for the increase in voting percentage is that this times election has registered many first time voters and young crowds who ought to vote for their better future. On the other hand, ruling Telugu Desam party which is contesting without any alliance for the first time in three decades is confident that they would govern the state yet again. While the YSRCP backed by TRS and Janasena which is making its debut is testing their fate.