29-12-201829-12-2018 15:14:40 IST
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With just a few months to go for AP assembly elections, both TDP and opposition YSRCP are gearing up to start their poll campaigning at the earliest. As a part of this plan, YSRCP chief Jaganmohan Reddy is reportedly planning to release a list of contesting candidates in January itself. YSRCP leaders have claimed that they will win 125 seats this time around and will definitely form the government.
Taking a cue from Telangana CM KCR's moves, even YSRCP has hinted that they will release a list of 100 candidates in January. The move by KCR back in Telangana was hailed as a masterstroke as it helped them in campaign better and facilitated the candidates to take their voice to people effeciently.
Jagan, who will be ending has 'padayatra' in January is determined to come to power this time around has been been showering praises over KCR for his moves, hinting a similar strategy in AP. Not being left behind, even certain TDP leaders feel that this will be a great move and benefit their party if TDP too releases the candidates list in advance. However, there has not been any confirmation from the party chief Chandrababu Naidu on the same. The EC notifications on both general and assembly elections are expected to be out by February ened and it will be interesting to see which party makes a move on the candidates list first.
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