The saffron occasion, then again, claims that the southern state is looking at a hung verdict, indicating that it’s going to emerge as a kingmaker.
“They (BJP) had 5 seats (within the dissolved Meeting). They could get one or two this time,” All India Congress Committee (AICC) in-charge of Telangana affairs RC Khuntia informed PTI.
Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) chief and a key minister within the caretaker authorities, KT Rama Rao, son of occasion supremo Ok Chandrasekhar Rao, echoed an analogous view. “The Congress is our essential rival. The BJP doesn’t exist in Telangana,” he mentioned.
Rama Rao claimed that the Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) candidates would forfeit their deposits in additional than 100 seats (of the 119 within the state) and “not even one MLA within the just-dissolved Home will return”.
TRS flooring chief within the Lok Sabha AP Jithender Reddy mentioned it could be “nice” for the BJP if it succeeded in retaining its 5 seats and claimed that the Amit Shah-led occasion was even discovering it troublesome to get candidates for the 7 December polls.
Khuntia mentioned the folks of Telangana had been a contest between the Congress-led alliance and the TRS. “There is no such thing as a in-between. Neither the BJP nor the smaller events can create confidence among the many those that they will type the federal government. The battle is between the Congress-led alliance and the TRS,” he added.
However the saffron occasion is wanting on the state of affairs otherwise. “We’re being seen as an underdog. We’re being rated far under our potential. We definitely assume the BJP will produce a really shocking and constructive lead to Telangana,” BJP nationwide spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao informed PTI. “What we’re looking at is possibly a hung sort of an Meeting and the BJP rising as a decisive participant,” he mentioned.
The BJP fought the 2014 Meeting polls in alliance with the Telugu Desam Celebration (TDP), profitable 5 seats. This time, it’s going it alone.
The 119-member Telangana Meeting will go to the polls on 7 December and the outcomes might be introduced on 11 December.