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The resignation of KCR in the politics of Telangana, what is the situation of the assembly

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06 Sep : News Express 24 :-

Telangana assembly has dissolved. State Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, recommending dissolution of the Assembly by Governor ESL Narasimhan. Now the preparations for the elections will begin here. Although the dates of the election are not announced, all the parties have come into electoral mode as the Assembly dissolves.

Telangana became a state after being separated from Andhra Pradesh. This was his first government under K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR). In the last elections, KCR’s party Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) emerged at number one. The second number was Congress. Let’s know what is the position of the parties here.

In the first election held in 2014, TRS got 90 seats. There are a total 119 seats in the Assembly The opposition got 29 seats against TRS here. Among them, Congress got 13 seats, Asaduddin Owaisi’s party AIMIM 7, BJP 5, TDP 3 and CPM 1.

What is KCR’s strategy?

Telangana Chief Minister Rao wants that the opposition parties could not get much chance for preparations for the election due to dissolution of the Assembly suddenly. Under the same strategy, they took such action. Chief Minister Rao has realized that in the present state, the Opposition does not have any leader of his equal at present. He will not have to work hard due to the assembly elections before the Lok Sabha elections and he will be able to take advantage of his image in state-level elections.

If he stays till April, the fact that the factor of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress President Rahul Gandhi in the state can spread to the rest of India including Telangana in the general election environment. Congress is the main opposition party there and if the party declares Rahul Gandhi as the prime ministerial candidate then it can have an impact on the assembly vote during the Lok Sabha polling.

Assembly elections are held in the state before the Lok Sabha elections, in such a situation, Chief Minister Rao will get plenty of time to prepare for the two elections. The Chief of the TRS and Chief Minister Rao fears that the Congress performs well in the assembly elections in the four states (Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram) at the end of the year, in 2019, the atmosphere surrounding the Congress in the general elections. Can become a danger of becoming a TRS, which can prove to be dangerous.

Rao feels that the national issue may remain dominated during the general elections. Due to the main battle between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi, national issues can be replaced by local issues, which can cause local parties to suffer.

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