It has been a considerable amount of time since there was any news about Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) Andhra unit president Thota Chandrasekhar.
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s promise of an exclusive IT Park for the minority community has sparked a row and triggered a war of words among leaders of rival parties.
If the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) loses the November 30 assembly elections in Telangana, the main issues contributing to its potential loss would be
Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Monday alleged that the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) only does poll management and appealed to people of Telangana to show to the ruling party they are not for sale.
Hours after the TRS blamed Congress for Election Commission order on the Rythu Bandhu Scheme, Congress hit back, saying that only the ‘gang of four’ ruling the state was responsible, and who in desperation to hang onto power ended up denying what was owed to farmers.
An overly enthusiastic statement made by Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) leader and Telangana State Finance Minister T Harish Rao on Sunday has cost his party and uncle K Chandrasekhar Rao dearly in the upcoming assembly elections in three days.
In the run-up to the tightly contested Telangana election, the Congress's introduction of the 'Rythu Bharosa' scheme is causing chaos and potential law and order issues among farmers.
The Election Commission of India (ECI) issued orders on Monday instructing the Telangana government to cease the distribution of Rythu Bandhu funds.
With just four days to go for Assembly elections in Telangana, Chief Minister and BRS President K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday said he is not fighting for any post but wants to make the state poverty-free and 100 per cent literate.
The ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (now BRS) emerged as the single-largest party by securing 99 wards out of the 150 and the BJP won only 4 seats in the 2016 GHMC elections.
If Congress emerges victorious in the upcoming Assembly election, the question of who would assume the role of Chief Minister for the state has been on many minds.
While both BRS and Congress are equally confident of a clear mandate in the November 30 Assembly election, political analysts have not ruled out a fractured verdict.
With just five days left for polling, Telangana is set for a cliffhanger as the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) and the opposition Congress are locked in a neck and neck race for power.
Hardly five days are left for the commencement of polling in the Telangana assembly elections and the betting gangs in Andhra Pradesh, particularly in East and West Godavari districts, are investing huge amounts on the parties with high stakes.
As the Telangana Legislative Assembly election campaign reaches its climax in the next five days, the Congress party's leadership is grappling with a challenging situation of dwindling crowds.