Local elections in Andhra Pradesh have been postponed for six weeks. The verbal assault between ruling and opposition parties has intensified. When the elections were postponed, the state government was deeply disturbed. In original, the state government was in serious financial trouble. More than that, there is an impact of the economic downturn at the national level.
Meanwhile, there is a Coronavirus effect in the state. In these circumstances, if local elections are held in March, there is a huge amount of funding from the Central government. That is why the government has tried to complete the election process. If the election is postponed in this manner, there will be no issue of funds from the central govt. AP CM Jagan Mohan Reddy is very much annoyed about the postponement of elections. AP experiences a great loss of about five thousand rupees due to coronavirus. The YCP government is implementing large-scale public welfare programs and schemes in the AP.
Chandrababu & Co went on to attack the YCP. When the majority of seats are unanimous in the election of local bodies... The party's existence is dwindling. When Jagan started his press meet, Chandrababu, Lokesh and the party leaders surrounded the media and social media.
In an attempt to make the situation work in their favour, TDP launched a verbal attack on Jagan's government. The universal attempt was made to affirm the criticism. Ministers like Botsa and top leaders like Vijayasai Reddy have given them a suitable counter. TDP is not leaving any opportunity to criticize Jagan's government. Coronavirus became an add-on for TDP.