Telangana Exit Poll 2023 Updates:

Telangana Exit Poll Results 2023 Live Updates: Telangana assembly, with 119 seats, went to polls in a single phase on November 30. If the projections of the exit polls hold true, it will be a comeback for the Congress, which had been humbled by BRS in 2018, winning just 15 out of 119 seats.The electoral landscape promises a three-way clash involving the well-established Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), a resurgent Indian National Congress (INC) and a determined Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The BRS campaign focused on the previous Congress regime’s failures and ongoing welfare measures for farmers and women. CM Rao also highlighted his struggle to achieve Telangana statehood. Meanwhile, Congress’s campaign mainly focused on the alleged corruption of the BRS government. It also repeatedly highlighted its “six poll guarantees”. The BJP stressed on the necessity of the “double engine government” and pointed to “family rule” of KCR and alleged corruption. It also accused the Congress of betraying the people of the state. With chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao aiming for a historic third consecutive victory, the stakes are high for all three parties. BRS relies on its welfare initiatives and KCR’s charisma, while BJP capitalises on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity. Congress seeks to benefit from anti-incumbency sentiments in specific voter segments and a potential shift of minority votes from BRS. Bolstered by a recent victory in Karnataka, Congress anticipates a strong anti-incumbency wave against BRS, with several BRS leaders having joined Congress in recent months. The party also envisions the assembly elections transforming into a bipolar contest between itself and BRS. While BJP secured only one seat in the 2018 assembly polls, it won four Lok Sabha seats in 2019. Telangana appears headed for a suspenseful and closely contested conclusion. Stay with TOI for the latest developments.

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