Sat. Apr 13th, 2024
Naidu urges EC to check political violence in state

Vijayawada: TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu demanded fast intervention by the Election Commission to examine expanding political violence in the point out.

He reported on Tuesday that at a time when the election course of action is on in the state, the ruling YSRCPis escalating political violence.

Asserting that Main Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy will be getting rid of electric power in one more 50 days, Naidu alleged he was encouraging political violence as the concern of dropping electricity is haunting him.

Naidu said in a statement that the YSRCP ‘goondas’ who are in deep despair are resorting to attacks on the TDP activists in numerous elements of the state.

The TDP main talked about the killing of two TDP supporters in the course of the previous pair of times. Mulaiah of Gadikota in GIddalur Assembly constituency was brutally hacked to dying for attending the modern Praja Galam assembly held at Chilakaluripet even though 21-calendar year-old Imam Hussain of Chagalamarri in Allagadda constituency as well was mercilessly murdered. The car or truck of the TDP activists in Macherla, was set on hearth.

Demanding that the police act in an neutral way and initiate stringent action in opposition to the culprits responsible for all these 3 incidents, Chandrababu strongly condemned the murder and faction politics of the YSRCP.

Assuring the afflicted households that the TDP will solidly stand by them, Chandrababu alleged that the superintendents of police (SPs) of Prakasam, Nandyal and Palnadu districts are all dancing to the tunes of the ruling dispensation. Taking gain of the help of these SPs, the YSRCP goondas are ruling the roost in their respective spots, he said.

Considering that the Model Code of Perform is in pressure in the point out, the Election Fee need to immediately focus on the prevailing law and buy situation in the state, he said and demanded urgent motion to check out the raising political violence in the state immediately after reviewing the circumstance.

Simultaneous elections to the 175-member Andhra Pradesh Assembly and all 25 Lok Sabha seats in the point out are scheduled to be held on May well 13.

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