YSRC, Oppn Trade Charges In Tirupati
The Times of India Hyderabad|April 18, 2021
Parties Cry Foul Over ‘Bogus Voting’
Sandeep Raghavan

Tirupati: Ruling YSRC and opposition parties traded charges of rigging and bogus voting even as the by-election to Tirupati Lok Sabha constituency concluded on Saturday without any major incidents of violence. While TDP chief and former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu demanded cancellation of the bypoll and demanded fresh polling under the supervision of central forces, YSRC accused the TDP and the BJP of encouraging bogus voters.

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