Visakhapatnam North Assembly Seat: Who will win in Visakhapatnam North Assembly constituency, understand the equation

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A tough contest can be seen in Visakhapatnam North assembly constituency of Andhra Pradesh. Let us tell you that a very interesting contest is being seen on this seat. Let us tell you that there is a contest on this seat between BJP and YSR Congress in alliance with TDP and JSP.

A tough contest can be seen in Visakhapatnam North assembly constituency of Andhra Pradesh. Let us tell you that Bharatiya Janata Party has announced the name of its candidate on this seat. BJP has chosen P Vishnu Kumar Raju as its candidate in alliance with TDP and JSP. Whereas YSR Congress has fielded KK Raju from this seat. These two candidates will face each other for Visakhapatnam North assembly constituency.

BJP candidate P Vishnu Kumar Raju

BJP MLA P Vishnu Kumar Raju was elected as the floor leader of the party in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly. Let us tell you that Vishnu Kumar said that winning the 2024 assembly elections will be a very easy task for him. He said that even if Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy contests from this constituency. But still he is confident about his victory. Vishnu Kumar Raju had won the 2014 assembly elections with a landslide victory from the northern region of Vizag with a majority of 18,000 votes. But he had to face a shameful defeat in the 2019 elections. The alliance parties have fielded experienced and senior leaders to take on the ruling YSRCP in the state.

However, YSRC has strengthened its strength in the constituency, as YSR Congress won more than 90% of the divisions in the 2021 GVMC elections. In such a situation, YSR had appointed Sanpala Chandramouli as the President of VMRDA to achieve victory in this area. In the 2019 elections, TDP’s Ganta Srinivasa Rao won this seat by a slight margin of 1,944 votes. Whereas rival Raju of YSRC got 65,408 votes. In such a situation, once again there is going to be an interesting contest on this seat in the 2024 assembly elections.

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