Telangana is on track for a tense finish as the Congress narrows the gap with the BRS.

The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) in Telangana gains confidence in the upcoming November 30 Assembly polls due to welfare schemes, a stable nine-year government, and effective law and order. Party supremo and Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao (KCR) strategically announced 115 candidates on August 21, minimizing last-minute issues for the party. KCR, along with his son and nephew, conducted an extensive campaign focusing on government welfare schemes, the state’s development since 2014, and portraying the Congress and BJP as harmful to Telangana.

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Simultaneously, BRS MLA K Kavitha maintained a strong presence in Nizamabad. The Congress, releasing 118 candidate names in three lists, formed an alliance with the CPI and engaged in a campaign led by Telangana Congress chief Revanth Reddy and prominent leaders like Mallikarjun Kharge, Rahul Gandhi, and Priyanka Gandhi. Controversy arose when the Election Commission directed a halt to Rythu Bandhu assistance disbursal, leading to accusations between BRS and Congress.

Key battles include KCR facing challenges in Gajwel and Kamareddy, while other notable contests involve M Krishna Rao against M Prem Kumar in Kukatpally, Mynampally Hanumath Rao against N Ramachander and M Rajashekhar Reddy in Malkajgiri, and Mohammed Azharuddin against Rashed Farazuddin and Maganti Gopinath in Jubilee Hills. Noteworthy battles also include Etala Rajender against Padi Kaushik Reddy, Revanth Reddy against Patnam Narender Reddy, and Ponguleti Srinivasa Reddy against K Upender Reddy and Tammineni Veerabhadram in Palair. M Majid Hussain of AIMIM faces Feroz Khan in Nampally.

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