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Telangana Assembly Elections 2018: Congress-TDP alliance might take the fort from KCR-led TRS

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Congress-TDP alliance might take the fort from KCR-led TRS

 

Telangana assembly elections 2018 are facing ignorance in front of the giant states Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan however its importance cannot be ignored.

The chances of K Chandrashekar Rao (KCR)-led TRS who had won 63 of the 119 Assembly seats in Telangana Legislative Assembly Elections 2014 are higher that they might win it again but one cannot ignore the damage that can be created by Congress-TDP alliance. TRS tried to be smart by dissolving the Assembly on September 6, eight months early from the date that its term was to expire on. On the other hand, Congress has consolidated the opposition and is leading the ‘Mahakutami’ (grand alliance) of opposition parties. Telugu Desam Party (TDP), Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) and Communist Party of India (CPI) and Congress comprise the ‘Mahakutami. BJP is not expecting much from Telangana and rumors are viral in the market that TRS acted with early Assembly dissolvement because of BJP and might sail in one boat after elections.

Cvoter has launched a new survey and is suggesting the congress led collation a majority in Telangana in these elections. As per the survey, the TRS is likely to win only 42 seats, while the Congress-led grand alliance will grab 64 seats and BJP with only 4 seats

The total number of voters in Telangana is 2,80,64,680, including 7,46,077 new voters. A total of 1,824 candidates are in the fray for the December 7 polls.

In a separate opinion poll by Chintamani shastri recently TRS is getting 60, Congress + collation 40, BJP only 7 and Others 10. The detailed Chintamani shastri opinion from twitter can be seen below:

State Total BJP Congress TRS Others
Rajasthan 200 53 131 - 16
Madhya Pradesh 230 130 90 - 10
Chhattisgarh 90 52 33 - 5
Telangana 117 7 40(INC+) 60 10(MIM:6)

*As per Chintamani Shashtri(Posted on Twitter on 26/11/2018)

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