Cash For Vote?...Again?!

  • TDP's nature is to earn votes by spending cash
  • Cash for Vote in AP too
  • Narayana, Chaitanya and Gitams colleges' students lured with money
  • YSRCP's official spokesman Koyya Prasad Reddy
Visakhapatnam:  In spite of the accusations being faced by AP CM Chandrababu in MLC elections of Telangana, his team seems to have not hesitated to repeat the misdeed in AP. In the backdrop of Graduate MLC elections, ruling TDP was unethically enticing voters, complained YSRCP's state official spokesman, Koyya Prasad Reddy. In the press meeting that took place at the party's office in Visakhapatnam, he stated how municipal minister Narayana was luring students of Narayana and Chaitanya colleges with good score in practical exams if they registered their vote, slaughtering the democracy. He also revealed about misdeeds going on in Gitams educational institutions. Students were also being provoked to join at least 5 graduate voters in order to pass exams with flying colours.

Prasad Reddy complained that money was being shown as lure with Rs.10,000 per vote registered and Rs.20,000 per vote cast. He commented that Chandrababu was mocking the democracy to satisfy his thirst for power. Prasad Reddy stated that they would report about these misdeeds to the elections officer and the collector. He also criticised Chandrababu for not releasing notification for group II.

Prasad Reddy also mentioned how the land-related problems in Simhachalam and Gajuwaka areas were promised to be solved. He complained that each TDP activist was managing to pocket Rs.10,000 - Rs.60,000 in the name of reorganisation.

He called for people to vote for that party which was fighting for the sanction of special category status. Participating in the meeting were YSRCP's minority cell's state general secretary I.H.Farooqi, publiciy committee's state general secretary Ravi Reddy, BC cell state president Pakki Diwakar, district official spokesman Peetala Murthy Yadav and others.
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