Telangana’s political developments indicates the hung assembly soon become reality. As the political equations are mixing against BRS government and anti-incumvancy dominates the party with dissidents are increasing clearly shows the hung assembly is getting ready soon.
Recent political occurrences have raised the question of whether or not Telangana’s general elections would result in a hung Assembly.
The controversy gained steam after Congress MP Komatireddy Venkat Reddy predicted recently in New Delhi that the state would end up with a hung Assembly. It all started when Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao praised the previous United Progressive Alliance government at the Center and then Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh in the Assembly. He continued by saying that the BRS would be forced to assist the Congress, which he predicted would win about 40 seats and form the government.
The CM’s statement in the Assembly was labelled by the BJP as a blatant sign of a coalition between the BRS and the Congress.
“Left leaders who are aligned with the BRS showed support for PCC chairman A. Revanth Reddy by participating in a Congress function after the CM’s speech. According to BJP leader N.V. Subash, the AIMIM already has a covert agreement with the BRS. He also claimed that the CM was desperately trying to form an alliance with the Congress, the Left, and the MIM before the election.
Venkat Reddy predicted that no political party will win more than 60 seats in the Assembly elections during a press conference in Delhi. There will be a hung Assembly, and Congress will stake claim to 40–50 seats, leaving BRS with little choice except to resign to support the secular Congress,” Venkat Reddy said. “KCR with his clear intent praised the Congress and Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh and degraded the BJP.” The Congress MP, however, dismissed the claim that a pre-poll pact would benefit the BJP.
The claims were denied by Congress officials, who believed that such discourse would demoralise cadres and, in addition to misleading voters, would benefit the BJP. Venkat Reddy had only expressed his personal opinions, according to PCC working president B. Mahesh Kumar Goud, and the party had nothing to do with it.
A. Revanth Reddy, the head of the TPCC, deferred to the high command to investigate the MP’s remarks and cited the Warangal Declaration, in which party former president Rahul Gandhi clearly opposed pre-election partnerships.
T. Jagga Reddy, a Sangareddy MLA, also made reference to Rahul Gandhi’s declarations that the party would not form an alliance and would proceed on its own in TS, saying that it was up to them to the national leadership to take a call. He recalled the understanding between the BJP and the BRS and the support that Rao had extended to the BJP at the national level in recent years. #hydnews #hydkhabar #hydlive