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Post Poll surveys disturbing AP people

20-04-201920-04-2019 16:34:20 IST
Updated On 20-04-2019 16:35:00 ISTUpdated On 20-04-20192019-04-20T11:04:20.028Z20-04-2019 2019-04-20T11:04:17.906Z - 2019-04-20T11:05:00.692Z - 20-04-2019

Post Poll surveys disturbing AP people
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These are the post-poll survey phone calls that are being received by people of Andhra Pradesh after the polling. YSRCP cadre blames it on TDP and vice-versa for these type of survey phone calls. According to sources these of phone calls are being received by lacs of people in the State. 

YSRCP leaders claim that CM Chandrababu Naidu criticised that the votes given for TDP were going to YSRCP in EVMs on polling day and that indicates his frustration and fear of losing the election. Hence TDP could be the force behind these calls say the party cadre. 

However, TDP claims are different. They say that their leader and CM of AP Chandrababu Naidu is fighting at the national level against the malfunctioning of EVMs and hence they do not resort to these ways. They are against EC and have no necessity to do these type of exercises. 

In this context, YSRCP reminds people of about IT Grids data theft case in which the allegation was that the IT Grids organisers got Aadhaar data of people of Telugu states into their servers. They also reminded that many YSRCP sympathisers lost their votes before elections to these types of surveys by revealing themselves as the voters of YSRCP. Hence they accuse that TDP is doing these type of surveys to catch the pulse of voters. 



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