YS Jagan Calls YCP Leader To Maintain Silence On Exit polls

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After the elections Y.S. Jagan has enjoying his vacation and after a long time he allegedly called upon all the significant pioneers of the YSR Congress Party to be accessible on May 19, when the seventh and the last period of surveying would deduce in the nation. Sources said the YSRCP chief hosts asked the party pioneers not to remark on the exit polls that would be out from that day onwards.

He additionally called upon the party leaders to be accessible at the party office being worked at the riverfront town of Tadepalli in Guntur area. As indicated by gathering sources, YSR Congress is getting ready to prepare for the outcomes day which it accepts will be a positive one. Given that the party chief previously got a name plate as the Chief Minister done and the unit being certain of their success, Jagan is said to talk about critical issues as for May 23rd with framework.

Polls for both the Assembly and Parliamentary were finished in Andhra Pradesh on April 11 amid the primary period of surveying and with the date of the tallying nearing quick, the discourse on the probability of who might be next chief Minister has been in dialog as far back as the polls day.

In a similar way, wagering on the conceivable Chief Minister hopefuls, Telugu Desam Party supremo N. Chandrababu Naidu and YSRCP president Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, is additionally overflowing. The electorate in the state is hanging tight for the outcomes eagerly.

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