Upset Ganta Set to Give Shock to TDP?

 - Sakshi Post

Visakhapatnam: The dissidence in the opposition rank and file appears to be emerging slowly, partly due to the seat-sharing arrangement the TDP has with the Pawan Kalyan’s Jana Sena Party. Expectedly, TDP is facing some resistance from its own party leaders. 

The TDP is making a few changes in the allocation of seats and asking the ticket aspirants to vacate their constituencies for the sake of coalition. TDP leadership’s recent order to shift his political base from Visakhapatnam to Cheepurupalli has not gone down well with the party MLA and former minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao. 

Srinivasa Rao was eyeing for a ticket from Visakhapatnam or Anakapalli segment. Now, the leadership’s command has disappointed him. Visibly upset TDP MLA poured his heart out in front of the reporters in a press conference here on Thursday. 

“I was planning to contest the Assembly elections from Visakhapatnam North Assembly constituency. However, the party leadership asked me to fight the elections from Cheepurupalli assembly seat. I have not decided on this yet. As Cheepurupalli is faraway from Visakha, so I am still contemplating on this offer,” said Srinivasa Rao.

Former minister minister added that he will apprise the party leadership of his opinion on the assembly constituency. Contrary to media reports, the seat-sharing talks of TDP-JanaSena combine have not been finalised yet. The alliance has finalised four MLA seats only, he emphasised. 

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