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    In Peddapalli parliamentary constituency, Gaddam Vamsikrishna is the Congress candidate, Koppula Eshwar is the BRS candidate, and Gomasa Srinivas is the BJP candidate. They are all fighting hard to win the upcoming polls.

    Vamsikrishna has the support of Congress MLAs in seven constituencies, as well as a strong family connection to the region. However, as the election date approached, some dynamics changed, making the outcome less certain.

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    Labour unions like INTUC, AITUC, CITU, and BMS are backing Congress, while IT Minister Sridhar Babu is campaigning vigorously. Despite initial expectations of a Congress victory, some shifts in voter support have made the race more competitive.

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    A Laxman Kumar, a Congress MLA, noted that votes from the Netakani social class in certain areas have gone to Gomasa. This highlights the unpredictable nature of the election in Peddapalli.

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    The Lok Sabha seat in Peddapalli has seen frequent changes in MP candidates since 2004. This time, none of the three candidates vying for the seat have previously served in Parliament. Eshwar, a former Singareni worker turned leader, could prove to be a strong contender despite some challenges within his own party.

    As the polling percentage has slightly increased compared to previous elections, leaders are analyzing various factors to predict the outcome. Shifts in vote banks and allegations of cross-voting are adding complexity to the race.

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    There is speculation about how different demographics, including rural and urban voters, women, elderly individuals, minorities, Dalits, and BCs, will influence the results. The impact of silent voting among women, senior citizens, and youth who support Modi could also play a role.

    The final outcome of the election and the effects of cross-voting will become clear on June 4. The political fortunes of the candidates are still uncertain as voters make their voices heard.

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    Rajesh M
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