Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan is all said to make very big in Gajuwaka constituency, the reports say.
While the voting was concluded much early in most of the constituencies, in few constituencies like Gajuwaka, the voters turned out in large number and the polling continued till the midnight. While most of the voters were seen with the red cloths on their shoulder and young voters were witnessed, it was anticipated that all such voters have reached out to the polling booth to vote for Pawan Kalyan.
Gajuwaka has a whooping 3.09,326 voters and is considered as the largest constituency in the entire Vishakha district. Adding to it, the constituency has acquired much significance after Pawan Kalyan has decided to contest from this region. While TDP candidate Palla Srinivas was expected to give good competition to Pawan, no such situation has been observed, as YSRCP candidate Thippala Nagireddy is found stronger than him.
Nagireddy was an independent candidate in 2009 and later contested from YSRCP in 2014. He is now again contesting from Jagan’s party and during the campaigning, he was heard saying that he will not contest in any elections, if at all he loses this time. This may work in sympathy of him, the analysts opine.
The Janasena Chief who is also contesting from Bheemavaram is expected to face a bitter result this time, as the opposition parties campaigned against him, saying that Pawan would resign in Bheemavaram, even if he wins, as he is more concerned about Gajuwaka. Adding to it, the rivals even donated huge amounts of money in Bheemavaram, only intending towards the defeat of Pawan.
If such tricks work and the actor turned politician loses in Bheemavaram, it would be a great insult for the second time to the mega family from the Godavari voters, as the Palakollu constituency earlier defeated Chiranjeevi in 2009 elections.