Are there winning horses for Congress Party in AP

Here comes the joke of the new year. That is...
The Congress high command is searching for winning horses in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Congress V-P, Rahul Gandhi sent his emissaries to find out the winning candidates in AP for the coming Assembly and Lok Sabha elections 2014.

The AICC is in a pathetic situation. It send observers such as Pramod Madhwaraj, an MLA from Udupi to study the political situation in Andhra Pradesh. Another funny report is, S Vijayadharani, MLA from Vilavancode in Tamil Nadu has been deputed to study the situation in Hyderabad city.

Well, whatever may be their study and research, do they accept the following points and report the same to Rahul Gandhi?

1) The Congress is going to finish third or fourth position in Andhra Pradesh.
2) The party will routed in Seemandhra Region
3) Congress may stand in second / third position in Telangana despite its efforts on bifurcation of the state.

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2 thoughts on “Are there winning horses for Congress Party in AP

  1. Kunuthur Srinivasa Reddy

    Grace lies for the Indian National Congress in sincerely and honestly leaving the issue of bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh to the people of Andhra Pradesh for their decision in ensuing General Elections 2014. The result would be very decisive and final. Does not matter even if INC takes a back bench as in politics of power, nothing is permanent in as much as the fact that power always corrupts irrespective of the party in power. It is for the people to choose a lesser evil weighing pros and cons in each General Election.

    1. admin

      Well said Srinivasa Reddy garu...
      Unfortunately parties do not like to discuss people's agenda in election campaigns.
      AP politicians are becoming more and more averse to people issues. Populist politics also taking back seat and personal agendas are becoming campaign issues.
      Lets hope for a change!


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