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Sunday, 25 February 2024 4.50 AM IST

Fate of Telugu land will be written today

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HYDERABAD: Telangana, which has witnessed unprecedented election campaigning, will call its verdict today.

3.17 crore voters in 119 constituencies will go to the polling booth today. BJP has also been active in campaigning in the state where there is fierce competition between the ruling party BRS and Congress.

BRS's trump card is the welfare measures taken by the government, including financial assistance to farmers, and the influence of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. The Congress, which has fielded its national leadership including Rahul Gandhi, asked for votes by giving 6 guarantees like in the Karnataka model.

BJP also campaigned strongly under the leadership of Modi and Amit Shah. AIMIM, a minority party, is also active in the election arena.

The Telugu Desam Party, which was active in Telangana, is not contesting this time. They had won six seats last time.

A curfew is in place in Telangana till the elections are over. Telangana will also count their votes on December 3. along with the states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram.

Campaign strategies

BRS: Schemes for Farmers and Backward. A sensation Telangana is being made.

Congress: Announcement to bring 'Indiramma's kingdom'. A reminder that Nagarjuna Sagar Dam was built by Indira Gandhi

BJP: The announcement that a backward person will be made the Chief Minister. Promise to remove special reservations for Muslims if they form the government

Victory or defeat determined by: Votes of 56 lakh farming families

119 Constituencies: 60 for the majority

BRS is contesting: 119

Congress is contesting: 118

CPI: 01

BJP: 111

Janasena: 8

BSP: 106

CPM: 19

AIMIM: 9

Constituencies with thick competition; major candidates

Kamareddy

K Chandrasekhara Rao (BRS)

Revanth Reddy- Congress

Gajwel

K Chandrasekhara Rao (BRS)

Etela Rajender (BJP)

Jubilee Hills

Mohammad Azharuddin (Congress)

Maganti Gopinath(BRS)

Palair

Tammineni Veerabhadram (CPM)

Srinivasa Reddy (Congress)

Kandala Upender Reddy (BRS)

Sircilla

KT Rama Rao (BRS)

Karuna Mahendra Reddy (Congress)

Rani Rudrama Reddy (BJP)

Kothagudem

Sambasiva Rao (CPI)

V Venkateswara Rao (BRS)

Mulugu

D. Anasuya (Congress)

Nagajyothi (BRS)

Secunderabad Cantonment

Dr. GV Vennela (Congress)

G. Lasya Nandita (BRS)

N. Sriganesh (BJP)

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