Winning in politics is not very easy, but incase of Balakrishna it seems to be a easy win in the Hindupur constituency. Even before the state starts polling, the Tollywood superstar is sure of victory with high majority and so started to rest. Balaiah is the party’s candidate for the Hindupur assembly constituency seat, in Anantapur district.
And given TDP’s track record here, defeating any candidate against the cycle symbol. For example, since the party’s start in 1982, it did not even lose a single election from this constituency. It’s first elected representative being P Ranganayakulu who won this debut round by a staggering margin. He made a repeat performance again in 2004. In between this time, TDP founder NTR himself took away the seat thrice, garnering a high majority, at times to the tune of 80,000 votes.
This time not surprising that brother N Harikrishna too wished to contest from this seat, though the ticket eventually went to the younger one. So, after so many things Balaiah is now resting without taking much tension about his win in the coming elections.