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YCP Is Hot Favourite For Punters

YCP Is Hot Favourite For Punters:

After Phase 1 polling in Andhra Pradesh on April 11, As per sources punters are very much interested in betting of winning of the two major parties TDP and YSRCP. Punters major choice is TDP as they think several government schemes worked and raise of polling percentage, especially female voting percentage is high raised chances for TDP’s victory.

Punters are seen to be not much interested in YSRCP due to the sentiment factor that YS Jagan publicly supported KCR and Modi and also Jagan facing some cases. But now the scene has changed automatically that the YCP is the hot favourite for the punters in AP. The staunch followers of YS Jagan are now highly confident about YS Jagan becoming new CM for AP. The political atmosphere is turned dramatically due to the factor that the Election Commission of India(ECI)reduced the powers of Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and also in involving in state governance.

As of now, punters betting on TDP’s victory are thinking twice and back stepping because of hype created by Pro-YCP that they are forming the government at any cost and YS Jagan will be the next CM for AP.

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