Author: Rajesh Kethineni

Rajesh Kethineni

About The Author: Serves as an assistant editor at GoldAndhra News, where he specializes in delivering comprehensive coverage of political developments in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. His focus extends to essential news about the Central Government, ensuring a well-rounded and insightful news experience for the audience.

Hari Rama Jogayya, once seen as a supporter of Pawan Kalyan, is raising doubts about his intentions.

Hari Rama Jogayya, once seen as a supporter of Pawan Kalyan, is revealing his true intentions. He has been criticizing Pawan Kalyan through letters, raising doubts about his sincerity. Jogayya’s past betrayal of Chiranjeevi and his son’s affiliation with the YSR Congress add to suspicions about his motives. In his latest letter, Jogayya sets a deadline for Pawan Kalyan to address power-sharing concerns and demands equal cabinet representation for Janasena. Failure to meet his demands will result in Jogayya announcing his next steps on the 29th. It appears Jogayya aims to disrupt the alliance and benefit the YSR Congress. Many…

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Local politicians engage in a lively discussion about upcoming elections.

TDP first candidate list: The recent unveiling of the initial candidate lists by the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Janasena for the upcoming elections brought forth some unexpected outcomes. While the TDP secured a significant number of seats in the announced list, the absence of three rebel MLAs from the YSR Congress Party (YCP) stirred considerable attention. Notably, figures like Undavalli Sridevi and Mekapati Chandrasekhar Reddy found themselves excluded from the list, despite their previous support for the TDP after being suspended from the YCP. This exclusion places these rebel MLAs in a challenging position, as they now confront uncertainty…

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TDP and Janasena leaders conversing at a political rally

At a meeting in Srikakulam, former Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu said the TDP-Janasena alliance is doing well, but he accused Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy of trying to break it. Naidu believes the alliance will win in the upcoming elections but warned people not to trust Jagan. This has sparked debates about Jagan’s motives and the alliance’s future. Some think Jagan is worried about losing the elections, so he’s trying to split the alliance to save his position. Naidu is being careful because he knows politics can be unpredictable. There’s a worry that Jagan might try to divide…

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Political strategists discussing election candidates and strategies.

TDP leader Chandrababu Naidu has often emphasized the significance of sacrifices and the role of survey results in determining candidates for elections. He repeatedly conveyed the idea that decisions about candidates would be based on public perception and survey data. However, as the elections drew nearer, it became evident that these words did not always translate into actions. Despite Chandrababu Naidu’s assertions, there seemed to be a discrepancy between his statements and the party’s actual choices for candidates. Many were left wondering whether the promises of accountability and transparency were being upheld within the party’s decision-making processes. One notable instance…

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Image showing Janasena aspirant protesting after being denied a ticket.

The recent announcement of the first list of candidates by TDP and Janasena brought both clarity and criticism. While it clarified Janasena’s seat allocation, it faced severe backlash from supporters and the public for the limited number of seats. Expectations were high for Janasena to secure at least 30 seats due to its previous strong voter turnout. However, the reality fell short as they were allocated only 24 seats, causing disappointment among party members and supporters alike. This disappointment escalated as many aspiring candidates, like Patamsetti Suryachandra, were denied tickets, leading to frustration and protests. Suryachandra, hopeful for the Jaggampeta…

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Kolusu Parthasarathi and Vasanta Krishna Prasad joining TDP, with Nara Lokesh welcoming them.

Kolusu Parthasarathi joins TDP: A rebel MLA from the ruling YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) in Andhra Pradesh, officially joined the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) on Monday. Another YSRCP MLA, Vasanta Krishna Prasad, also announced his intention to switch to the TDP within a day or two. Parthasarathi, representing Penamaluru constituency in Krishna district, made his move in the presence of TDP’s national general secretary, Nara Lokesh. His decision to join the TDP comes just two days after the party nominated him as their candidate for the Nuzvid constituency in Eluru district in the upcoming elections. Having served as a minister…

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Mallikarjun Kharge announcing Sharmila as Chief Minister if Congress wins in AP.

The president of the All India Congress Committee, Mallikarjun Kharge, declared that if Congress secured victory in the upcoming assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh, Y.S. Sharmila, the state’s PCC president, would assume the role of chief minister. During the launch of the party’s election campaign at a public gathering known as Nyaya Sadhana Sabha in Anantapur town, Kharge asserted that Sharmila, the sister of the current chief minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, was the ideal candidate for the CM position in AP. He highlighted Andhra Pradesh’s legacy of producing influential leaders like Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy, emphasizing Y.S. Sharmila leadership role…

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busy election campaign activities with Pawan Kalyan standing apart from the crowd.

AP Election: In Andhra Pradesh’s bustling election season, political figures like Chandrababu Naidu, Jagan, Sharmila, and Lokesh are deeply immersed in grassroots activities. Chandrababu Naidu recently attended the ‘Ra Kadalira’ meeting in Srikakulam, addressing a sizable crowd. Amid internal strife within the TDP-Jana Sena coalition, he rallied against the YCP regime, labeling it anarchic. Jagan, meanwhile, focuses on development efforts in the Kuppam constituency, proudly unveiling successful irrigation projects amid the AP election promise earlier. Sharmila expressed gratitude at the ‘Nyayasadhana’ meeting in Anantapur, criticizing both the TDP and YCP for unfulfilled promises and alleged favoritism towards the Modi government…

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YSRCP members discussing plans to extend the 'Siddham' campaign to the district level.

Following the triumphant “Siddham” meetings led by YSR Congress party president and Chief Minister Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy in Bheemili, Eluru, and Anantapur, the YSRCP plans to extend the Siddham campaign to the district level. Jagan is committed to training all party leaders up to the mandal level on the Siddham public outreach campaign for effective implementation in the future. An internal meeting will be organized as part of the Siddham campaign, where Jagan will personally brief leaders on political strategies at the booth level. Aligned with the I-PAC team’s strategy, the YSRCP has formed 15-member booth committees across…

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Revanth Reddy and KTR engaged in a verbal exchange during a political event."

The verbal sparring between KTR and Revanth Reddy has become a captivating spectacle, with both aiming to outshine each other through words. KTR recently asserted that Revanth wouldn’t have secured even 30 seats if he had been declared the CM candidate before the election. In response, Revanth countered, highlighting his extensive constituency tours as Congress president, suggesting it positioned him as the CM candidate. He drew parallels with KTR’s father, KCR, and Kishan Reddy from the BJP, noting their roles as party heads and CM candidates. Revanth further labeled KTR as the active president of BRS, contrasting with his father,…

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