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YSRCP retains 10 sitting MLAs in combined Krishna

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In anticipation of the upcoming Assembly elections, the YSRCP ty has reaffirmed its trust in 10n incumbent MLAs by nominating them once again. Additionally, four fresh candidates have been introduced to the electoral fray. Amidst the announcement, fervent celebrations erupted at the party offices across the combined Krishna district, with YSRCP leaders and supporters rallying behind their chosen representatives.
Of the 16 MLA and two MP candidates announced by the YSRCP, notable changes include the introduction of Uppala Ramesh for Pedana, Perni Krishna Murthy for Machilipatnam, Shaik Asif for Vijayawada West, and Sarnala Tirupati Rao for Mylavaram, marking their debut in the electoral arena.
Former MLA Nallagatla Swamy Das has made a significant switch from TDP to YSRCP and will be contesting from Tiruvuru, adding an intriguing dimension to the electoral landscape. Meanwhile, Devineni Avinash, a seasoned campaigner, gears up for another shot at the assembly elections, having switched allegiance from TDP to YSRCP.
The party’s decision to retain eight sitting MLAs in their respective segments underscores a sense of continuity and confidence in their performance. However, notable changes include Minister Jogi Ramesh and former minister Velampalli Srinivasa Rao, whose constituencies have been realigned.
Despite these strategic moves, the exclusion of certain incumbents like Malladi Vishnu and Kokkilagadda Rakshana Nidhi has stirred some discontent. Yet, the leadership’s decision to pivot and introduce new candidates like Nallagatla Swamy Das from TDP and Sk Asif for Vijayawada West reflects a dynamic approach to electoral politics.
The party’s decision to field Kesineni Srinivasa Rao, alias Nani, as its MP candidate from Vijayawada further cements its electoral ambitions. Additionally, the nomination of Dr. Simhadri Chandrasekhar Rao as the Machilipatnam MP candidate signals a concerted effort to strengthen the party’s representation in Parliament.
As the electoral landscape takes shape, the YSRCP’s strategic nominations and calculated realignments set the stage for a fiercely contested battle in the upcoming elections.

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