Telangana all set to witness a triangular contest between BJP, ruling BRS & Congress in Assembly Elections
Telangana is set to witness a triangular contest between the BJP, the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi, and the Congress in the assembly election whereas at Constituencies it is expected to be a multi-cornered fight. Major political parties have released the names of the candidates in their final lists for remaining seats yesterday as today is the last day for filing nominations. Meanwhile, 1129 nominations have been filed yesterday in all 119 constituencies in the state.
Meanwhile, the electioneering gained momentum to the next level with several top leaders of various parties are taking up whirlwind tours to the nook and corner of the state in support of their candidates.
BJP senior leaders including union Ministers will be lining up in the state for the next few days for electioneering in support of their party candidates. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be addressing another public meeting in Secunderabad tomorrow.
Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Anurag Singh Thakur was with the BJP candidate Krishnareddy at Munugone yesterday while he was filing a nomination. He will be electioneering in Jangaon today. Ruling BRS chief Chandrasekhar Rao concluded his first level of electioneering yesterday and addressed rallies in over 40 constituencies.
He will take up next round of campaigning from Monday next in which he is likely to cover about 50 constituencies. Meanwhile, Congress released its Minority Declaration in which the national party offered several sops to minorities if the party voted to power. The Congress star campaigners also will take up second round of electioneering after Dipavali.