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Come December 11 when the results come, people of India will lose and the netas will win as there is no way all that's been promised can be implemented.
KCR would hope that majority of the votes are cast on his account than the MLA in individual constituencies.
Another term is not only what KCR has his eyes on. He wants his son KTR to slip into the saddle.
The TRS, TDP, Congress and the BJP are all fighting the election with all their might.
Congress steered praja kutami (people’s alliance) is determined to dislodge the TRS in the first-ever assembly election in the state.
The TRS is banking on the regional development narrative to win seats in the upcoming Assembly elections.
TRS wants to take advantage of a divided opposition and an underprepared Congress.
The TRS government has launched several pro-farmer initiatives, including the Rs 5 lakh free life insurance scheme.
The CM, in order to test his popularity, is toying with the idea of forcing a bypoll for the Nalgonda Lok Sabha seat.
He claims the state is a role model for the country — for not only creating wealth, but also distributing it among the poor.