In andhra pradesh, many leaders also came under fire as clashes and violent incidents took place on the polling day. But as the clashes slowly turned into violent incidents day by day, many people took this matter seriously and complained to the Central election commission as well. Palnadu district Collector along with Anantapur DSP and tirupati DSP were also suspended.

On the other hand, in three other districts, 12 lower level officers have also been suspended. The Central election commission has also issued orders to take departmental action against the officials. It has also issued orders to take special measures against the violence in the state. In particular, it has also said that a SIT should be constituted on each case and reports should be submitted within two days.

Also, FIRs have been filed and orders have been issued to register the case under all sections of the IPC. It has also issued orders to keep the central forces in the state for another 15 days. To this extent, the EG has also issued instructions to the Union home Ministry. Also, instructions have been issued to the CS and DGP to deal strictly with the post-poll violence. It seems that around 25 para military forces have also been deployed in the state of Andhra Pradesh. All of them will remain in andhra pradesh for 15 days. It is suggested that these forces should be used to control the violence after the election results.

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