TDP, YSR Cong Party workers clash over ‘lack of development’ in AP

Kadapa (Andhra Pradesh): The town of Pulivendula in Kadapa district witnessed a huge friction between Telugu Desam Party and YSR Congress Party workers on Sunday when they clashed in the area after engaging in a war of words over “lack” of development in the area.

The intensity of the clash was such that one policeman was injured, in addition to some vehicles being torched.

According to reports, hundreds of workers from both the parties also pelted stones at each other, after TDP members claimed that no development took place in the town during Y S Rajasekhara Reddy’s regime.

This angered the YSRCP workers and the two sides clashed with each other.

The clash created a chaos in the circle, which turned worse when the police tried to intervene, which is when their vehicles were torched.