The Supreme Court on Monday has paved way for the commencement of the Local Body polls in Andhra Pradesh by giving its nod for the polls, hearing a plea filed by the state government.
In its orders, the Supreme Court has directed the state government to cooperate with the State Election Commissioner(SEC) Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar to see that the polls are held without any issues.
Following the country’s top court giving a green signal to the polls, the political parties in the state have focused on drawing campaigns to win the Local Body elections.
To discuss about Local Body polls, the Andhra Pradesh chief of Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) Somu Veerraju has met the leaders of the Jana Sena party on Wednesday.
After the crucial meeting, Somu Veerraju and Janasena Party affairs chief Nadendla Manohar addressed the media to clear all the airs on the BJP-Jana Sena contesting the polls.
Nadendla Manohar told the media that the BJP-Jana Sena alliance will contest the Panchayat elections. The alliance will give preference to the youth in the selection of candidates for the elections, he said.
Manohar alleged that Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is intimidating the contestants of the other parties to see that their party leaders win the polls.
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