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AP elections set a trend for change: Pawan


Jana Sena Party Chief Pawan Kalyan today visited Nandyal in Kurnool district to pay condolences to the deceased SPY Reddy. He visited the family of the Jana Sena Nandyal contestant who passed away on May 1st and condoled the bereft members.

Later Jana Sena chief spoke to media. Replying to question on his speculations on elections and election results Pawan said that the results are already registered in the EVM machines and that they will be out soon.

He said he is not interested to speculate on the results and issues and said he’d continue doing his works. But he reiterated the elections will mark a new beginning for change in the state. He said he doesn’t like to talk about the seats his party will get and the majority he’d get in the two seats he contested. He also seconded the opinion of increase in the VVPAT slips. He said experts should discuss on the percentage of counting of VVPAT slips before taking a decision.