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Naidu urges EC to curb poll time violence

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Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief N Chandrababu Naidu has raised concerns over escalating political violence in Andhra Pradesh during the ongoing election process. He has called for the urgent intervention of the Election Commission to address the surge in brutality. Naidu accused Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy’s administration of instigating political violence out of fear of losing power.
Naidu highlighted instances of violence, including the tragic death of Mulaiah from Gadikota in the Giddalur Assembly segment, who was reportedly hacked to death after attending a recent Praja Galam meeting in Chilakaluripet. He also mentioned the murder of 21-year-old Imam Hussain from Chagalamarri in the Allegedda segment, as well as an attack on TDP activist Suresh’s car in Macherla, which was set on fire.
Demanding impartial action from the police against those responsible for these incidents, Naidu vehemently condemned the YSRCP’s involvement in factional politics and violence. He assured support to the affected families and criticized the Superintendents of Police (SPs) of Prakasam district, Parameswara Reddy, Nandyal district, Raguveer Reddy, and Palnadu district, Ravisankar Reddy, accusing them of being biased towards the ruling dispensation and enabling YSRCP’s hooliganism.
Naidu stressed the importance of the Election Commission’s intervention, given the prevailing law and order situation in the state under the Model Code of Conduct. He urged the commission to take immediate action to curb political violence after a thorough review of the situation.

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