In an innovative move, BJP MLA presents his ‘report card’ to voters before seeking reelection

Telangana would go to polls on 7th December and the counting will be carried out on 11th December along with four other states, Mizoram, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan.

BJP MLA G Kishan Reddy from Telangana has come up with a very unique way to seek re-election. He presented his ‘report card’ to his voters so they could take stock and make an informed decision to vote in the upcoming state assembly elections.

Reddy, who is also the state president of the BJP in Telangana will seek his fourth term as an MLA, 2nd in Telangana after it was carved from erstwhile Andhra Pradesh. On 16th November, Kishan Reddy hosted a dialogue with people in Madam Anjaiah Hall, Hyderabad before filing the nomination for the polls. Earlier, Anil Shirole a BJP Member of Parliament from Pune had conducted a similar event explaining his 5 years as a representative of people.

Watch his interview with OpIndia here:

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Telangana would go to polls on 7th December and the counting will be carried out on 11th December along with four other states, Mizoram, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan.

Interview by Ashutosh Muglikar, article co-authored with Darshan Amin.

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