It has been proved from by-polls in Andhra Pradesh that politics always go with sympathy and word of promises, showing “a victory of the people and of democracy.”
This strategy followed by one and only MP Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy who was arrested on May27 by CBI with the allegations of corruption levelled disproportionate assets case against him.
Taking U turn in the polling games, all the sources are in the hands of YSR Congress leader who won 15 assembly seats out of the 18 and one Nellore Lok Sabha consistency in by-polls in Andhra Pradesh with the strongest wave of sympathy.
According to source, In retaining his Nellore LS seat, YSRC’s Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy defeated former Union minister high-profile T Subbirami Reddy of Congress by a margin of 2,91,745 votes.
Reddy’s arrest that run-up him to the polling on June 12, is said to be performed opposite over the Congress, wining just two assembly seats and TDP, turning big supporting crowds via campaign into votes.
With bagging 80 % votes, the 39-year-old Kadapa MP Reddy be the gamechanger of the politics, fighting a bitter public battle with the Congress over his father and late chief minister Y S Rajsekhara Reddy’s political legacy, according to source.
Although Reddy is in jail, but this winning move is a sign of the victory of Kadapa MP in the 2014 Assembly elections and full chances to become the Chief Minister. .
Talking to reporters, YSRC honorary president and Pulivendula MLA YS Vijaya said, “This is a god-given victory… a victory yearned by the people.”
“People believe that Jagan is innocent. These results prove that. They believe in Jagan’s leadership. He worked hard for it. The results show that people want Rajasekhara Reddy’s rule,” Jagan’s sister Sharmila said while interacting with media.
In absence of Reddy, his sister and mother Y S Vijaya Lakshmi, took all the campaign responsibility on his behalf. The outcome of by- polls in favor of Reddy is the clear statement that people of the state always with YSR Congress and never trusted over his corrupt charges.