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Two local leaders of TDP and YSRCP dead in Tadipatri clash

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Two local leaders of TDP and YSRCP dead in Tadipatri clash
11 April, 2019
Telugu Desam Party and YSR Congress Party workers have clashed with each other in various places as polling for the 25 Lok Sabha seats and 175-member Assembly was underway in the state. According to reports, TDP leader Bhaskar Reddy and YSRCP worker Pulla Reddy died in clashes between party cadre at the polling station in Veerapuram village in Tadipatri Assembly constituency, Anantapur district. Two other party workers are believed to be in a critical condition.

Speaker of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly Kodela Sivaprasad Rao who had gone to inspect a polling booth in Guntur’s Inumella village in Sattenapalle Assembly constituency was allegedly attacked by YSRCP workers. Kodela is contesting from the Narasaraopet Assembly seat. 

YSRCP candidate G Srinivas Reddy from Narasaraopet Assembly constituency was injured after his car was allegedly attacked by TDP workers in Yallamanda village.

TDP-YSRCP workers also clashed in Puthalapattu constituency’s Bandarlapalli area in Andhra Pradesh. The police had to lathi-charge the mob.

Clashes have been reported from the districts of Guntur and Nellore. The YSRCP candidate from Chandragiri constituency reportedly hurled expletives at voters for not voting for him. 

TDP Minister Akhila Priya Bhuma’s husband Bhargav and sister Mounika were injured in a violent clash between TDP and YSRCP workers in Ahobilam. She is seeking re-election from Allagadda Assembly constituency.

In another scuffle in Gudemcheruvu village in Jammalamadugu in Kadapa district, a YSRCP worker was injured. In a stone-pelting incident between the opposing party workers in Ponnathota of the same mandal, a few people were injured.

Eluru TDP MLA Badeti Bujji purportedly attacked YSRCP party workers in Sanivarapupeta, West Godavari district. 

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