The Munugodu by-election is very important for TRS. That is why KCR has strategically thought and turned the left parties who are close to Congress towards him. However, criticism is pouring in that this alliance alone will not bring success. The opposition is cursing that the recently released photo of Minister Mallareddy is proof of that. After seeing Mallareddy with a full bottle, there was a discussion that the temptations in Munugodu are continuing in a range.
In the wake of the previous by-election, the TRS leadership appointed 86 leaders as in-charges. Mandals and municipalities within the constituency have brought down prominent leaders. The administration appointed 5 people for Chandur municipality, 11 people for Chandur mandal, 10 people for Chautuppal municipality, 12 people for Chautuppal mandal, 11 people for Marriguda mandal, 13 people for Munugodu mandal, 11 people for Nampally mandal and 13 people for Narayanapur mandal. Everything is running under their support. However, the opposition is criticizing that all of them were appointed to buy votes.
Minister Mallareddy recently conducted a campaign in Saidabad village of Chautuppal mandal. He met some voters from that village in a house. On this occasion, some voters asked the minister for alcohol and he immediately brought it and poured it himself. It is reported that he also put two or three pegs. At that time, someone took a photo with a cell phone. It also took to social media. With this, many doubts are coming to the fore. The opposition leaders are alleging that the rest of the in-charges are also doing the same work in the constituency.
Meetings and feasts are going on in the villages. Allegations are being heard that the scheme is being implemented drop by drop from house to house. It is planned to have mutton two days a week in addition to always having meat. The opposition leaders have criticized that the village has been divided into 12 units and groups have been formed with active activists within its limits, all of them have been working to collect details of voters and to tempt them. In the past too, there were allegations that TRS leaders distributed wall clocks and other devices.