“Telangana’s BRS acknowledges defeat, with KTR Rao extending congratulations to the victorious Congress.”

On Sunday, the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) conceded defeat in the Telangana assembly election as counting trends indicated the Congress leading towards victory. Telangana minister KT Rama Rao, KCR’s son, expressed gratitude to the people for two consecutive terms but conveyed disappointment over the unexpected results. KTR stated on social media platform X, “Grateful to the people of Telangana for giving @BRSparty two consecutive terms of Government. Not saddened over the result today, but surely disappointed as it was not in expected lines for us. But we will take this in our stride as a learning and will bounce back. Congratulations to Congress party on winning the mandate. Wishing you Good Luck.”

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KTR, currently leading from Sircilla constituency, won the seat in 2018 by a margin of over 89,000 votes. According to the latest Election Commission of India data, Congress is leading on 64 seats, securing a majority and poised to form the next government. The BRS, which governed the state for a decade under K Chandrashekar Rao (KCR), is set to step down. KCR, also known as KCR, aimed for a hat-trick after winning 88 seats in 2018, but the Congress, led by Revanth Reddy, conducted a spirited campaign to unseat the incumbent chief minister.

Telangana serves as a consolation win for the Congress, facing setbacks in the Hindi heartland with anticipated losses in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, where it held power. The party is heading towards a rout in Madhya Pradesh, where the BJP is poised for victory with over 160 out of 230 seats.

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