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CBN hatched Helicopter conspiracy
  Amaravati: AP CM Chandra Babu Naidu always boasts that he solved burning problems across the world and has solutions to all burning issues and world leaders consult him for his advice.

Now rumours are spreading whether Chandra Babu hatched Helicopter conspiracy. It is known that popular evangelist KA.Paul surprised all by turning politician and announced his decision to contest elections in AP with his Praja Shanti party.

Paul who boasts of his links with various world leaders comes with his stunning claims. Now rumours are spreading that Chandra Babu Naidu is behind Paul's political entry.

Analysts say Paul is doing hulchul in print and electronic media at the behest of Chandra Babu Naidu. Recently EC allotted Helicopter symbol to his party. Sources say Chandra Babu ensured that the Helicopter symbol will resemble that of his bitter rival Jagan's YSRCP symbol fan. Chandra Babu is keen to divide votes of Jagan's YSRCP by creating confusion in the minds of people with similar symbols of fan and Helicopter.

Sources say KA.Paul entered into a secret understanding with Chandra Babu. Even in Telangana assembly elections a party with Truck symbol, resembling that of KCR's TRS car symbol contested elections and it resulted in confusion in the minds of voters about TRS car symbol and truck symbol and many voted for Truck symbol under the impression that they voted for TRS.

When Jagan's YSCRP approached Election Commission against Helicopter symbol, Chandra Babu reacted much ahead than Praja Shanti's Paul. CBN started claiming in the internal discussions that Jagan is getting scared of Helicopter symbol.


Tags: Andhra Pradesh, TDP, N ChandraBabu Naidu, AP Chief Minister, TDP Chief, YSRCP, YS JaganMohan Reddy, YCP Chief, Praja Shanti party, KA.Paul
 

    
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