Telangana Exit Polls: Congress may dethrone BRS:- In the Telangana Assembly Elections, numerous exit polls suggest that the Congress party may secure more seats than the ruling BRS party. If this holds true, it would mean that the BRS party may not continue governing the state for a third term. The polling for all 119 assembly constituencies occurred on Thursday, and the official results will be announced on December 3.
Since 2014, the state has been under the governance of Chief Minister KCR's Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) party. The BRS party is seeking a third term in office, highlighting their performance and promises made over the past decade. However, both the BJP and Congress parties are aiming to overthrow the BRS-led government.
A total of 3.17 crore voters in the state will determine the fate of 2,290 candidates from various national and regional parties, including 221 women and one transgender candidate. The results for the Telangana polls will be revealed on December 3, alongside the election results of four other states: Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and Mizoram.
According to the Republic TV-Matrize exit poll, the BRS party is projected to secure 46-56 seats in the Telangana Assembly election. Conversely, the Congress party is expected to win 58-69 seats, while the BJP may secure 4-9 seats.
The Polstrat Exit Poll projects that the BRS is expected to secure 48-58 seats, with the Congress predicted to win 49-56 seats and the BJP 5-10 seats. In contrast, the Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll suggests that the Congress may secure 48 to 64 seats in Telangana, positioning them ahead of the ruling BRS and reflecting a desire for change. However, the BRS is not far behind with their predicted seat range of 40 to 55. Conversely, the BJP is anticipated to secure only 7-13 seats.