Reports confirm the silent voting for Jana Sena

Written By Aravind Peesapati | Updated: April 19, 2019 17:30 IST
Reports confirm the silent voting for Jana Sena

Reports confirm the silent voting for Jana Sena
 
Right from the launch to the polling JanaSena has created storms in every phase of its political journey. Adding to the unrestrained energy of the fans and followers of the Power Star’s party, here comes another news that boosts the morale of cadre. Jana Sena surveys and even the ground reports obtained by TDP and YSRCP indicated that there was silent voting for Jana Sena, especially in North Andhra and Godavari districts.
 
The respective surveys revealed that JanaSena managed to take the share of 10 per cent to 30 per cent votes in several constituencies in North Andhra and Godavari districts which are said to be strongholds of the Party. The reports also stated that Pawan Kalyan’s win will not be a cake walk but would achieve it with much difficulty.
 
Political analysts around the state have agreed to this fact that Pawan Kalyan’s budding party would damage the prospects of either ruling TDP or opposition YSRCP. Apart from the uncertainty if the party would win a handful of assembly seats, JanaSena is slowly picking up pace in Andhra Pradesh.
 
Though the party managed to get 30 per cent votes, this matter a lot in the situation where TDP and YSRCP fighting a neck-to-neck battle which is now a major concern to both the parties. On the other hand, Jana Sena cadre is quite confident on bagging few Assembly seats in AP.




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