With the presence of a large number of women electorate, all the parties are leaving no stone unturned to woo them during campaigning. TRS sources said women voters outnumber male voters in five out of six mandals in the segment.
While 274 more women voters are in Tripuraram mandal, Peddavura has 722 more women than male voters. Anumula has 401 more women voters, 49 in Madgulapally, 274 in Nidamanuru and 88 more women voters in Gurrampode mandal. Only in Tirumalagiri-Sagar mandal, there are 105 more male voters than women.
“Generally, women voters’ turnout is more in any election. Since women outnumber men in the constituency, we are focusing on them,” a TRS leader said. Local leaders said women electorate has increased by 14,000 in the constituency when compared to 2018 assembly elections.
Energy minister G Jagadish Reddy said the TRS government has been implementing various schemes for the welfare of women such as KCR Kits, allotment of houses to poor women nand pensions.
Following the setbacks in Dubbak and the GHMC elections, TRS is going all out in this byelection.