About 63 per cent polling was recorded till 1500 hours today in the elections to 25 Lok Sabha and 175 Assembly constituencies in Seemandhra.
The stage is set for polling in the 25 Lok Sabha and 175 Legislative Assembly constituencies in Seemandhra tomorrow.
TDP Chief N Chandrababu Naidu, YSRCP president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, Union Ministers Kishore Chandra Deo, M M Pallam Raju, Panabaka Lakshmi and former minister D Purandeswari are among the prominent candidates in fray for the Seemandhra elections to be held Wednesday.
People of Andhra Pradesh will be deciding their own fate vis-a-vis the new state when they vote to elect 25 members of Lok Sabha and 175 of the Assembly on Tuesday.
Rapid development of residuary state, promises to waive farm loans and appointment of 2 deputy CMs by TDP and YSRCP`s assurance over his `five signatures` were the main campaign themes in Seemandhra.
More than 3.67 crore voters are set to cast votes in elections to 175 assembly seats and 25 Lok Sabha constituencies to be held on May 7 in Seemandhra.
TRS has convened a meeting of its state executives and the candidates who fought the recent assembly and Lok Sabha elections on May 9.
A high decibel election campaign, marked by vitriolic accusations, for the 175 assembly and 25 Lok Sabha seats in Seemandhra would come to an end tomorrow.
A high decibel election campaign, marked by vitriolic accusations, for the 175 assembly and 25 Lok Sabha seats in Seemandhra would come to an end on Monday.
As many as 272 companies of the Central paramilitary forces and over a lakh personnel of the state police would be deployed for the second phase of elections in Andhra Pradesh on May 7, state`s Chief Electoral Officer Banwarlal said here on Saturday.
Over 36.76 million voters, half of them women, are eligible to cast their votes in the second phase of the Lok Sabha and Assembly Elections in Andhra Pradesh on May 7.
Election officials have so far seized unaccounted cash worth Rs 5.39 crore and two-kg silver in East Godavari district since the model code came into force for May 7 poll in Seemandhra region.
Jai Samaikhyandhra Party (JSP) president N Kiran Kumar Reddy has accused TRS and YSRCP of entering into a "tacit" understanding to approve division of Andhra Pradesh.
Campaigning in Seemandhra for the May 7 polls is getting bitter, nasty, up-close and personal with the BJP-TDP combine, YSRCP and Congress engaged in a war of words.
BJP`s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Thursday alleged here that Congress pressed ahead with the division of Andhra Pradesh without taking people into confidence.
Certainly not in contention for power in Seemandhra, Congress sees the May 07 elections in this successor State of Andhra Pradesh as preparations for the 2019 polls even as it hinted that it may not be averse to taking former chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy back into its fold.
Lok Sabha and Assembly polls on May 7 in Seemandhra seem to have narrowed down to a N Chandrababu Naidu versus Y S Jaganmohan Reddy fight, with the TDP chief seeking a comeback while the YSRC supremo is looking to expand his party`s footprint in the political arena.
Telugu Desam Party chief N Chandrababu Naidu said here on Weddesday that he had cast his Assembly and Lok Sabha votes in favour of BJP which is in poll alliance with his party.