YCP Has Its Eye on Mission Kuppam, but with a Change!

Thu Jun 30 2022 16:25:21 GMT+0530 (IST)

Defeating the king means the end of the war and no army can sustain a battle if the king gets defeated. This is the famous war strategy used by many kings and emperors and the ruling party in Andhra Pradesh, YSRCP is going to implement the same for the upcoming polls.

In the local body polls, the YSRCP gave a mini heart attack to Telugu Desam Party by winning the Kuppam polls. After doing so, the YS Jagan Mohan Reddy-led government is adamant that it should defeat CBN in Kuppam so that the Telugu Desam Party cannot survive.

For the past few days, a piece of news has been doing rounds that say that YSRCP is considering Tamil hero Vishal to field him against CBN in the Kuppam Assembly constituency for the upcoming general polls.

Ever since the news started doing rounds, people started making analyses on the winning chances of Vishal and how he can pose a big threat to former Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu in Kuppam, which has been his strong fortress for over three long decades.

Amid this, Andhra Pradesh Cabinet Minister Peddireddy Ramachandra Reddy, who holds Energy, Forest, Environment, Science, and Technology portfolios said that there is no truth in YCP considering Vishal as the candidate for the next polls. The Cabinet Minister said that not Vishal, but MLC Bharath will be fielded in Kuppam.

He went on to say that YSRCP will defeat Telugu Desam Party and Nara Chandrababu Naidu in Kuppam and there is no doubt about that. Looks like YCP is strong on its plans but there is a small change in the candidate.

Another point needs to be mentioned here. After the Kupam polls, YCP and TDP indulged in an intense war of words and both party leaders dared others to win the next polls if they feel they are strong enough.

Taking this date prestigiously, TDP is working hard on defeating Peddireddy Ramachandra Reddy in his Assembly constituency, while YCP wants to wipe off Telugu Desam Party by winning the Kuppam seat, which is represented by Telugu Desam Party chief Chandrababu Naidu.