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on 2007/9/25 9:35:21

Mid-term elections in state?

The reshuffle of AICC office bearers and the appointment of Rahul Gandhi as the General Secretary has fuelled the speculation of mid-term elections. The congress party is seen as gearing up for mid-term polls early next year.

Initially it was said that if the Communists parties withdrew support to the government at the centre, ten mid-term polls to Parliament would be inevitable. Bur indications in the state also point out to likely mid-term elections to the state assembly too.




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    Balakrishna predicts mid-term elections

    2011/1/30 18:15:24 Nandamuri Balakrishna who was at Visakhapatnam has unveiled the statue of his father late NTR and performed ‘Palabhishekam’ to the statue. Later, addressing the people and his fans he said “The mid-term elections may come any time, because the situation in the state is getting very worse and critical with each passing day. So, I request all my fans and party workers to be in full preparedness to face the elections. In the mean time all of you should develop a good coordination between you to face the challenges thrown by the other parties. We have to bring the Telugu Desam party into power.”

    His fans and the party workers who attend the meeting expecting some juicy news about his films were surprised to hear his predictions about the mid-term elections.

    Andhra News : Balakrishna predicts mid-term elections


    Get ready for mid-term polls – YSR

    2007/10/1 21:36:04 According to reliable information, Y S Rajashekar Reddy is reported to have raised the issue and told his cabinet colleagues to be prepared for mid-term elections.
    However, there is still some doubt whether the election would b for the Lok Sabha or to the state Assembly.
    According to indications, the Let parties are seriously thinking about withdrawing support to the government at the centre. But is it going slow and will take a final decision only sometime next year. If the Communists withdraw support, them elections to the Lok Sabha would be held in March.
    Left to the Congress, the party leaders are of the view that it should go in for elections sometime in September/October.

    Andhra News : Get ready for mid-term polls – YSR


    Elections in March!

    2007/12/13 14:55:53 The parties in the state are all getting ready into an election mode. The climate is very cold in state with temperature falling to about 10 degrees at various places. But the political temperature in the state is shooting up.

    The talk of a snap mid-term election to the Lok Sabha is gaining currency. The congress party is said to be toying with the idea of a mid-tem elections in March 2008. And the TDP, TRS, and the left parties are asking their cadre to be prepared for such an eventuality.

    Andhra News : Elections in March!


    YS will become CM again!

    2007/12/20 16:47:35 This is bad news for some congressmen, Chandra Babu, Chandrashekar Rao and others. Chief minister Y S Rajashekar Reddy will not only complete his full five –year term but will also return as chief minter after the next assembly elections.

    Y S Rajashekar Reddy’s stars are reportedly strong and favourable. He is going to rule the state for another five-year term after the end of his present term. A city based astrologer D Gnaneshwar came up with this prediction the other day. He has some more good news for YSR. The chances of a separate Telangana are extremely bleak and it is unlikely to happen anytime soon.

    Andhra News : YS will become CM again!


    Sure victory for Cong.- JC

    2011/8/24 18:03:48 Former Minister JC Diwakar Reddy predicted in case mid-term polls are held in the state following ongoing political uncertainty, then the Congress party would comfortably win more seats that it won in 2009 elections.

    Talking to reporters here on Wednesday, Diwakar Reddy said that the Congress was ready to face mid-terms term polls in the state. However, the possibility of mid-term polls are very less as there was no threat to continuance of Kiran Kumar Reddy Government. He said the resignation of 26 Congress MLAs in favour of Jagan Mohan Reddy would have no impact on the state politics in the longer run.

    The former minister said that blackmailing was common and part of politics and therefore, the resignation by 29 pro-Jagan MLAs was one such move to halt the CBI probe. However, the move has failed to make an impact. He said that the Jagan Mohan Reddy was miscalculating his strengths. "It is not possible to win elections on sympathy every time. Even Jagan will not able to repeat the performance of last by-elections next time," he said.

    Further, not all Congress MLAs who resigned for Jagan will be able to win elections on YSR's sympathy, Diwakar Reddy said adding that election results depend on the individual candidate's profile and also on their opponents. "Therefore, most of the MLAs who have resigned for Jagan Mohan Reddy might not enter the assembly next time," he said.

    He also denied reports that YSR Congress party was trying to field his son against him in Tadipatri assembly segment which he represents now. He said he would re-contest from Tadipatri and would also win the same. (INN)

    Andhra News : Sure victory for Cong.- JC


    HC gives nod for LB polls, elections by July end

    2011/6/14 13:47:24 The State Election Commission on Tuesday said that the elections to Local Bodies will be held by the second week of July after the Andhra Pradesh High Court gave it the green signal to go ahead with the poll process.

    The elections would be held as per the existing reservations (50 per cent) and the polling would be conducted through ballot papers, state Chief Election Commissioner Ramakanth Reddy told media persons.

    Earlier, delivering its verdict on the validity of the state government’s decision to provide 60.5 per cent reservations to the weaker sections in the ensuing elections to Panchayats and other Local Bodies, Justice G Rohini said that the Courts would not interfere in the question of quotas at this stage.

    Justice Rohini also quashed the petition filed by State Sarpanchs Association, which challenged the state government’s decision to provide 60.5 reservations to weaker sections in ensuing Local Body elections.

    Rejecting the appeal of State Sarpanchs Association to order a status quo on the elections, the Court directed the State Election Commission to issue a notification for conducting of elections and begin the process for elections.

    The Sarpanchs Association had contended that the action of the government goes against the directive of the Supreme Court that made it mandatory for the states to ensure that the total percentage of reservations does not cross 50 per cent of the total seats.

    The term of the present elected bodies, MPPs and ZPPs would expire on July 21 and 22 respectively and that of Gram Panchayats on August 23.

    The term of the special officers for 85 out of 108 municipalities and 10 out of 16 municipal corporations would end on September 29.

    V V Prabhakar rao, who argued on behalf of EC said the conduct of elections to the local bodies was mandatory before the expiry of the term of the present bodies as per Articles 243 (E) and (U) of the Constitution dealing with this matter.

    Hailing the judgment, State Election Commissioner Ramakanth Reddy stated the verdict has paved the way for the SEC to go ahead with the elections to Local Bodies.

    Mr Ramakanth Reddy said that the SEC would issue a notification in this regard after receiving a copy of the Court’s ruling.(INN)

    Andhra News : HC gives nod for LB polls, elections by July end


    Local bodies polls likely to be postponed: Mahidhar Reddy

    2011/7/19 20:17:01 Elections to the local bodies are likely to be postponed In the light of current volatile situation in the state.

    This was indicated by the Municipal Administration Minister M Mahidhar Reddy here on Tuesday.

    The Minister, who had a meeting with Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy at his camp office revealed that though no decision has been taken for now on the issue of local body elections, indications were given that postponement of polls was on the cards.

    In the absence of polls to the Panchayati Raj institutions the term of special officers will be extended by another six months.

    The current term of special officers would end in September 2011.

    The government is contemplating to extend their term by another six months to avoid any crisis.

    The Chief Minister is also understood to have hinted that he would discuss the issue again shortly.(INN)

    Andhra News : Local bodies polls likely to be postponed: Mahidhar Reddy


    Does the time for Cong. running out?

    2011/8/26 18:54:11 MLC Jupudi Prabhakar Rao has predicted that there is much scope for a mid-term elections rather than by-elections.

    He told the media 25 more MLAs from Congress party are ready to resign soon. But, he didn’t say why they want to resign and who are they. Perhaps, he is mentioning about Telangana Congress MLAs who already once submitted their resignation letters but were not approved by the speaker.

    Since, the Telangana agitation slows down these days due to various reasons, they are not insisting to approve their resignation letters. But, once the agitations catch momentum in the next phase, no doubt they will come under sever pressure from TRS and pro Telangana leaders and then they will have no other option but to resign. This will again unbalance the ruling Congress party in the state and leads to mid term elections and certainly not by-elections as bluffing by Congress party.

    Unless, CM Kiran Kumar Reddy and PCC president Botsa Satyanarayana wakes up now, it will be too late to do anything then. That’s why they have not approved Jagan group MLAs resignation letters until now and trying to lure and make them tense with their regular tactics. But, the state Congress party should understand that, all they got is a month or two before they understand their time is over. Then they will also understand that Chiranjeevi alone can't make them cross the river as he does in his films.

    Andhra News : Does the time for Cong. running out?


    Is the time for Cong. running out?

    2011/8/27 5:23:18 MLC Jupudi Prabhakar Rao has predicted that there is much scope for a mid-term elections rather than by-elections.

    He told the media 25 more MLAs from Congress party are ready to resign soon. But, he didn’t say why they want to resign and who are they. Perhaps, he is mentioning about Telangana Congress MLAs who already once submitted their resignation letters but were not approved by the speaker.

    Since, the Telangana agitation slows down these days due to various reasons, they are not insisting to approve their resignation letters. But, once the agitations catch momentum in the next phase, no doubt they will come under sever pressure from TRS and pro Telangana leaders and then they will have no other option but to resign. This will again unbalance the ruling Congress party in the state and leads to mid term elections and certainly not by-elections as bluffing by Congress party.

    Unless, CM Kiran Kumar Reddy and PCC president Botsa Satyanarayana wakes up now, it will be too late to do anything then. That’s why they have not approved Jagan group MLAs resignation letters until now and trying to lure and make them tense with their regular tactics. But, the state Congress party should understand that, all they got is a month or two before they understand their time is over.

    Andhra News : Is the time for Cong. running out?


    Venkaih Naidu predicts mid-term polls

    2011/10/20 17:40:33 Senior leader of Bharatiya Janata Party M Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday called upon party rank and file to get ready for the mid-term elections both at the Centre and the State as the governments would collapse anytime.

    Addressing the party's State Executive Meeting at Vasant Vihar at Nagole, Venkaiah Naidu expressed confidence that the BJP would come to power in the next elections as the people of country were fed up with corruption and scandals during the United Progressive Alliance Government tenure. Alleging that the Congress party damaged the reputation of country by indulging in a series of scandals, he said that the people were aspiring for a corruption-free government which only BJP could provide.

    Venkaiah Naidu asked the party cadre to concentrate on strengthening the party at the grass root level by highlighting the corruption of Congress party in every nook and corner of villages. He also reiterated that the BJP was committed to formation of the Telangana state if it comes to power in the elections.

    BJP state president G Kishan Reddy stressed the importance of building the party from village level for the next elections. The executive committee meeting was attended by senior leader Bandaru Dattatreya besides hundreds of party workers including district and mandal level in-charges. (INN)

    Andhra News : Venkaih Naidu predicts mid-term polls


    Govt issues Ordinance for Sp Officers to district, Mandal Parishads

    2011/7/21 19:48:03 The state government hurriedly issued an Ordinance to appoint Special Officers to the district and Mandal Parishads has been issued as the terms of the present batch of Special Officers ended on Thursday.

    The state government’s inability to conduct elections to the district and Mandal Parishads as per schedule resulted in a vacuum and the current Ordinance empowers the district Collectors to appoint Special Officers tomorrow.

    Once again, the district Collectors will be over all in-charges of all district and Mandal Parishads from tomorrow.

    The government flatly rejected the elected representatives’ plea to continue the Chairmen and members of the district and Mandal Parishads. Instead it chose to pave the way for appointing the Special Officers and empower the district Collectors with more teeth.

    An ulterior motive has been attributed to issue of the Ordinance only with an intention to provide more teeth to the District Administration for another six months which facilitates the government to settle down the political dust created.

    District level officers from Agriculture, Horticulture, Veterinary, SC/BC Corporations will be appointed as Special Officers for a six-month term.

    The government is to be blamed for neglecting the Constitutional directive which specified clearly that the new working committee be appointed before the end of the 5-year term.

    In the absence of powers in the Panchayati Raj to appoint Special Officers to the district and Mandal Parishads, the government began the exercise to amend the Act last month through the Ordinance, issuing it on Thursday as the term of Special Officers ended today.

    The term of next batch of Special Officers (from Friday) is six months and in case the elections are not held again within this period, there is a possibility to extend the Special Officers’ term again due to government’s manipulations.

    In an exclusive interaction with INN, Panchayat Raj Principal Secretary Rajiv Sharma informed that in 2000, the then government postponed the Parishad polls and at the intervention of the High Court elections were held. Mr Sharma asserted “the current Ordinance serves to bridge a vacuum.”

    After the notification is issued through a GO, the Collectors will be authorized to appoint the said officers.

    The government has directed the Mandal Parishad development officers to inform the members and presidents of Parishads about the Ordinance and take their attestations.(INN)

    Andhra News : Govt issues Ordinance for Sp Officers to district, Mandal Parishads


    Naidu dreaming Mid-Term elections

    2011/9/21 14:55:07 Telugu Desam Party president Nara Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday stated that the political atmosphere in the state was `highly unstable’ and expected midterm elections anytime.

    Addressing the party workers meeting at Anil Gardens in Nellore as part of his visit to district, the TDP president said the political conditions and public support was all conducive for the TDP and that a little more effort by the party leaders and workers could take the party to power in the next elections. He claimed that the party would have come to power in 2009 if it had not entered into any electoral alliance with the Telangana Rashtra Samithi.

    Naidu accused the rebel TDP MLA Kovvur Prasanna Kumar Reddy, who had won the assembly seat with TDP ticket, of being sold out to to former chief minister Y S Rajasekhara reddy. He said that the TDP was confident of winning all the 10 seats in the Nellore district in the next elections.

    On second day of his tour of Nellore district, the TDP president interacted with party cadres, district leaders, district heads of all subsidiaries and also in-charges of the Assembly and Parliament constituencies and discussed about strengthening party at grass-root level. He called upon party workers to work collectively by sinking their differences among themselves.

    Naidu said that the people of state would teach a fitting lesson to corrupt Congress in the next elections. (INN)

    Andhra News : Naidu dreaming Mid-Term elections


    Mid-term polls a reality now?

    2007/10/5 15:19:21

    All parties are now seriously gearing up for mid-term elections to the Lok Sabha. The congress and the TDP are in a combat mode and are announcing a series of sops to woo the voters.

    The two communist parties have also started serious talks over the poll alliances. They want to go it alone at this stage with like-minded parties. The TRS too has indicated that it will go it alone. So has the BJP. And all eyes are still turned on Chiranjeevi with the hope that he would make an announcement soon.

    Andhra News : Mid-term polls a reality now?


    Govt hints at rethink on Ordinance, resorts to double speak on PR polls

    2011/6/10 19:38:48 Caught in a quandary whether or not to postpone the elections to the Panchayat Raj Institutions, the state government is resorting to double-speak, as evident from the conflicting statements made by Revenue Minister N Raghuveera Reddy on the issue.

    Mr Raghuveera Reddy had categorically stated on Thursday that he was one of the signatories to the draft for approval of an Ordinance which was to be cleared by Governor ESL Narasimhan, but he hinted that the government was having a rethink on the issue on Friday by saying that the elections should be held as scheduled and immediately.

    The government’s double speak is evident from its expressed desire to go in for the Ordinance to appoint special officers to the Mandal and Zilla Parishads as there was no sufficient time to notify the Backward Classes Quota' and in the second place, the statement made by the Revenue Minister today.

    A minimum of six weeks is required for the process and also inform the Election Commission about the Backward Classes’ Population enumeration which is said to be nearing completion.

    Mr Raghuveera Reddy told media persons at the Secretariat on Friday that the said elections should be held as scheduled and immediately.

    He went on to clarify that the government was no in mood to inconvenience the BCs (on quota status ) while holding the elections. “Therefore the emphasis is on to hold the elections keeping in view their quota as per the directive of the Supreme Court which mandated the government not to exceed the ceiling of 50 per cent” the Minister said.

    The term of Mandal Praja Parishads and Zilla Praja Parishads would come to an end on July 22 and 23 respectively, and the term of the Sarpanches would come to an end in August. The government was expected to notify the BC quota on June 11, which is the deadline set by the Election Commission.

    According to sources, the government is wary of conducting the elections as scheduled because of a threat from YSR Congress Party president YS Jaganmohan Reddy, who might organize a repeat of Kadapa by-polls results in the Panchayat Raj polls too.

    Andhra News : Govt hints at rethink on Ordinance, resorts to double speak on PR polls


    Latest survey report on state politics

    2011/2/18 6:54:27 If, we could recall the pre-election survey reports submitted by renowned Nielsen Company and the exact matching verdict of the people during the last general elections, we can understand the credibility of ‘Nielsen survey report.’ The leading news channel NTV which is behind the ‘Nielsen’ has recently (January 2011) conducted a survey to catch the pulse of the people of the state.

    Nielsen has put this questionnaire before the people seeking their opinion.
    1. Overall assessment of the performance of the Government and the opposition party.
    2. Leadership assessment in various political parties.
    3. Likely political trends based upon the mood of the public.
    4. Views of public regarding key issues such as T issue etc.



    12052 who were responded to this survey have given their views over the state politics and their elected representatives.

    Overall performance of Congress Government:
    Very Good: 8 %; Average: 21 %; Poor: 36 %; Very Poor: 32 %

    Overall performance of Opposition party –TDP:
    Very Good: 5 %; Good: 11 %; Average: 19 %; Poor: 38 %; Very Poor: 26 %

    People opinion over the present Government”
    There would be mid term elections: 52 %;
    Will survey full term: 30 %;
    Don’t knows: 18 %

    State Congress party after death of YSR:
    Weakened: 80 %; Remained same: 18 %; Strengthened: 1 %; Don’t knows: 1 %

    Reasons for weakening of Congress part:
    Jagan Mohan Reddy departure: 34 %; lack of good leadership: 32%;
    Centre’s backseat driving: 14 %; Tarnished by old leaders: 10 %;
    Blames Sonia: 8 %; Blames Rosaiah: 2 %



    Best CM of the state in the next general elections would be:
    YS.Jagan Mohan Reddy: 35 %; Chandrababu Naidu: 19 %; K.Chandrashekar Rao: 19 %;
    K.Kiran Kumar Reddy: 15 %; Chiranjeevi: 5 %; Don’t knows: 5 %

    Quality of life of the people improved during last one year?
    Remained the same: 58 %; Deteriorated: 26 %; Imporved: 16 %

    Hope about future?
    Improve: 44 %; Remain same: 44 %; Deteriorate: 12 %









    Andhra News : Latest survey report on state politics


    Govt likely to bring in Ordinance to postpone Local Bodies’ elections

    2011/6/9 19:22:11 The government is said to have approached the Governor for issue of an Ordinance to postpone the Local Body elections in view of certain irritants cropping up in the system, specifically the quota issue of the Backward Classes.

    The Apex Court had already limited the ceiling quota to 50 per cent and in the light of this, ruling the government has been placed in a piquant situation.

    According to government sources, Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy had already written a letter to Governor E S L Narasimhan in this regard.

    The cited Ordinance may be issued any time from now, most probably on June 11. Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy has also held discussions with his cabinet colleagues on the contentious issue.

    The term of office of the MPTC and ZPTC will come to an end in July (22 and 23) and that of the Sarpanchas in August (August 22 and 23).

    But going by the current pace of developments, the preparedness for the elections could at best be described as ‘tardy’ as the Court has already been moved over the issue of quota to the Backward Classes in the said elections.

    There is therefore a possibility of postponing the said Local Body elections.

    Following a writ petition challenging the action of the authorities in not implementing the categorisation of reservation for Backward Classes in the Local Bodies’ elections, the Advocate General is filing a counter affidavit on Tuesday to explain the stand of the state government.

    Meanwhile, the High Court would hear the arguments next week.

    The petition was filed by U Sambasiva Rao. Justice Naushad Ali adjourned the case to Tuesday.

    Andhra News : Govt likely to bring in Ordinance to postpone Local Bodies’ elections


    Sonia gives shock to Babu

    2007/10/13 19:17:10 Congress president gave a big shock to TDP chief Chandara Babu Naidu. Her announcement in Delhi on Friday came as not only a shock but also a big setback to the grand plans of Babu.
    Sonia stated clearly that there was no chance of a mid-term poll in the country. She said that the government would complete its full five-year term. Babu, who was gearing up in anticipation of imminent polls, started announcing sops in a big way. And he even started hitting the road with his read shows. Now all this will have to be stopped. With no polls round the corner, the situation is back to square one for the TDP. Babu will now have to cools his heels for a good 18 months before the next elections to come up.

    Andhra News : Sonia gives shock to Babu


    Govt pins hopes on HC to show way on LB polls conundrum

    2011/6/13 14:46:57 The state government is keeping its fingers crossed as it waits for a ruling by the Andhra Pradesh High Court in connection with the much awaited Panchayat Raj elections, expected to be delivered on Tuesday.

    The High Court ruling will facilitate the N Kiran Kumar Reddy government to decide further whether to dispense with a proposed Ordinance or conduct fresh elections to the PR Institutions.

    Earlier, the State Sarpanchs’ Union approached the Court for directing the government not to cross the 50 percent reservations as per the ruling of the Supreme Court.

    Admitting their writ petition, the Court directed the State Election Commissioner to submit details of the quota before it.

    In the light of the Sarpanchs’ Writ petition and the High Court’s direction to the State Election Commission, the much awaited ‘Ordinance’ to appoint Special Officers for the Panchayat Raj Institutions has currently been diverted to a loop line, according to government sources.

    The appointment of Special Officers to the Mandal and Zilla Praja Parishads assumed importance as the term of the elected pr bodies would come to an end in July and August respectively.

    In case the elections to the said PR Institutions are delayed, there is a need to have special officers. The said draft of the Ordinance was sent for Governor's approval on Friday.

    In the absence of the elected Panchayat Raj Bodies, the state would not be eligible to draw Central funds for MPPs and ZPPs and developmental works will take a back seat again.

    Both the exercises – Reservations’ notification to Panchayat Raj Bodies and the ‘Ordinance’ for amending provisions in Panchayat Raj Act for appointing Special Officers, are contradictory to each other.

    The promulgation of the cited ‘Ordinance’ after the notification of elections results in violation of Code of Conduct.

    But official sources are of the opinion that the state is within its limitations to maintain status quo as the rules under the Panchayat Raj Act, 1994 had so far not been questioned by any Court.(INN)

    Andhra News : Govt pins hopes on HC to show way on LB polls conundrum


    7-9-12 politics

    2007/9/28 20:19:41 The politics in the state are hitting a new low. With the talk of mid-term elections, all parties are now going all out to woo the voters. Now if you are wondering what this 7-9-12 is all about, then read on.
    The ruling Congress party promised 7 hours of uninterrupted free current to farmers and rode to power.

    The TDP, which criticized the Congress no end on this particular issue, has now shamelessly adopted it. Chandra Babu Naidu has now gone a step further and has now promised 9 hours of free current if voted back to power.

    Andhra News : 7-9-12 politics


    TRS meeting in Gadwel

    2010/12/30 3:32:48

    It seems this is the meetings and hunger strikes session for the State. TRS is holding a meeting at Gadwel in Mehboobnagar today to prepare people of the Telangana region for a big fight for Telangana cause. KCR predicted that, in the next month both state and Central Government is going to collapse because of the agitations and Jagan’s withdrawal of his followers support to the state and Centre. He also predicted that, if the mid term elections take place right now, TRS will make a clean swipe in ‘T’ region while Jagan will take care of the rest in Seemandhra. This creates flutters in the state and may lead to a big change in political equations. Because, who ever Congress leaders were in dilemma whether to join Jagan or continue in Congress party may be influenced with his statement and may jump into Jagan’s camp before its too late.

    Andhra News : TRS meeting in Gadwel


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