The 50 lakh plus population of Andhra Pradesh, who have settled in various parts of Telangana, are getting ready to go to their native places for the voting festival to be held held on April 11. All seats in RTC and private buses, trains have been booked for April 10, a day before the polling. According to the officials, nearly 25 per cent of tickets get reserved from Telangana to AP. But on the day before the polling, 70 per cent of tickets have been booked.
Meanwhile, there is a gossip circulating on social media that Telangana govt is trying to stall AP people from travelling to their native places from Telangana. Apparently, RTC buses to specific destinations in AP have been cancelled on April 10. Private buses are also likely to be stalled from plying to AP from Telangana.
On the other hand, Telangana government is arguing that they cannot send their people (rtc drivers) to distant places as they would not be able to cast their vote on April 11, if they leave their native places. This is going viral and is creating an unnecessary panic among Seemandhra people living in Hyderabad.
The TDP cadre, meanwhile, is alleging that the KCR is conspiring to ensure that the voting percentage in AP does not increase, and help the Opposition leader and YSRC chief Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy in that way. Looks like the TRS-YSRCP partnership is hatching every possible plan to ensure that Jagan wins the assembly polls in Andhra Pradesh.