Seeking early polls, Telangana Chief Minister and Telugu Rashtra Samithi (TRS) President Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao had dissolved the 119-member state assembly prematurely on September 6. Stunning his political rivals the Congress, TDP , AIMIM.
Meanwhile , the state BJP president K Laxman has alleged that till this date, Chief Minister KCR had not given a clear reason for early polls, indicating his sense of insecurity and despair, he said. “It makes people think. The TRS graph is falling gradually,” he told reporters at Karimnagar. Rao had opted for early polls on the basis of some surveys and the latest ones indicated TRS losing in the December 7 assembly polls, he claimed.
The administration suffered badly due to the early polls, with people not being able to avail basic facilities and Rao is to be squarely blamed for the situation, the BJP leader said.
After dissolution of the assembly Rao announced a list of 105 candidates too . Showing that he was brimming with confidence. Will this gamble pay off ? It remains to be seen. He is likely to a stiff challenge withe Congress – TDP and the Left teaming up together. A tough opposition,
In the last assembly before it was dissolved TRS won 63, Congress , 21, BJP 5, TDP 15, AIMIM 7, Others 8.