V Vijayasai Reddy

As a result of the departures of its leaders and to compete with the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Jana Sena Party (JSP) coalition, the YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) has decided to field its national general secretary, V Vijayasai Reddy, for the Nellore Lok Sabha constituency.

To make its intentions very apparent, the party appointed Vijayasai Reddy to the position of constituency in-charge for the Nellore area on Saturday.

Insiders within the party stated that the alliance between the TDP and the JSP, in conjunction with anti-incumbency, was in a position to win over a significant portion of the YSRCP's support.

“The party president, who is also the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, has requested that I run for the Lok Sabha seat representing Nellore.” In an interview with The Indian Express, Vijayasai Reddy stated that we must combat the influence and propaganda of the TDP and JSP.

There is a good chance that Vijayasai Reddy will compete against V Prabhakar Reddy, who is currently a member of the TDP and an ex-party member of the Rajya Sabha. Seven Assembly constituencies fall under the jurisdiction of the Nellore seat, whereas the Nellore district as a whole is comprised of ten Assembly segments. 2019 was a banner year for the YSRCP, as they won every single seat in the district.

According to reports, the party is now experiencing anti-incumbency sentiment in several of these areas. As a result, the party has decided to replace the sitting member of parliament, A Prabhakara Reddy, because his chances of winning appear to be low.

While all was going on, Vijayasai Reddy radiated an air of self-assurance that the YSRCP would triumph over the TDP-JSP coalition. Pawan Kalyan and Chandrababu Naidu are currently waiting for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to join them, but I am not certain that this will occur.

The outcomes of the elections for the Assembly and Lok Sabha, which took place simultaneously, will demonstrate that they are merely disseminating propaganda.

Vijayasai Reddy, who is 66 years old and a former chartered accountant who has maintained a successful career, is currently serving as a member of the Rajya Sabha and is the leader of the YSRCP Parliamentary Party.

As a result of his close relationship with the YSR family, which dates back to the 1980s, he has been a member of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) board on two separate occasions. Recent events have resulted in him being appointed as the regional coordinator for the party in the areas of Bapatla, Nellore, Prakasam, and Narasaraopet.

However, the Young Socialist Republican Party (YSRCP) decided to postpone the fourth and last leg of its “Siddham (ready for elections)” meeting, which was supposed to take place on Sunday in Addanki, which is located in the Bapatla region.

The conference is now scheduled to take place on March 10, according to sources, because the party believes that elections could be called at any point between March 13 and March 15. Vijayasai Reddy stated that it was anticipated that lakhs of people will be present at the meeting.

The nomination of Vijayasai Reddy comes against the backdrop of five party members of parliament who had abruptly resigned in the recent past, apparently because they were requested to move seats.

Lavu Srikrishna Devarayalu (Narasaraopet), Vallabhaneni Balashowry (Machilipatnam), K Raghu Ramakrishna Raju (Narasapuram), Sanjeev Kumar (Kurnool), and V Prabhakar Reddy (Rajya Sabha MP) are among the members of the YSRCP who have left the party in the previous two weeks.

By Kriss

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