The date of assembly elections in andhra pradesh state is nearing. The alliance of tdp and janasena BJP is working hard to win the elections. On the other hand, jagan is single-handedly campaigning to bring the ycp party back to power. tdp is using many strategies to defeat Jagan. The telugu desam party has especially focused on the four leaders who are contesting from the ycp in the joint krishna district. The constituencies contested by these four leaders have a lot of prestige in the elections. TDP's main objective is to defeat them.

One of those four can be said to be a leader Kodali Nani. Kodali nani, who is once again entering the fray as a ycp candidate, previously won the assembly elections in 2004 and 2009 on behalf of the TDP. Switched to ycp in 2012. After that, in 2014 and 2019, he achieved success while continuing as a minister in chief minister Jagan's cabinet. nani announced that this will be his last election.

The tdp leadership is determined to defeat nani at any cost. To strengthen their position in gudivada, Venigalla Ram, an NRI, was brought into the political arena. devineni avinash, who contested as a tdp candidate from gudivada in the 2019 elections, is now contesting as a ycp candidate from vijayawada East. ycp leader Keshineni nani is contesting for vijayawada MP seat. tdp leaders are closely monitoring his struggle.

Another key leader from gannavaram Vallabhaneni vamsi is in the race. chief minister Jagan's recent successful rally in his constituency in a bus yatra has strengthened the suspicions that he will join the party. The electoral equations are changing rapidly in these four constituencies. tdp and ycp are eager to win.

As there was a positive response to Jagan's visit in vijayawada and machilipatnam parliamentary constituencies, there was excitement over the election results. tdp is eager to teach these four ycp candidates but it remains to be seen whether it will succeed in that regard. Similarly, we have to wait for a few days to know whether jagan Mania will work out or not.

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