Telangana Elections Tomorrow - Litmus Test for KCR

Telangana will go to the elections tomorrow, and all eyes will be on the state. The state is being contested by the congress, the bjp, and the incumbent ruling BRS. The active campaigning of these three parties saw the congress and bjp regularly raise topics of concern to the public, while BRS leaders expressed confidence in the delivery of their programs. In their manifestos, they have likewise made lofty promises.
Meanwhile, voting has concluded in the other four states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram, and Rajasthan. On Sunday, december 3, the destiny of 679 seats across five states will be determined. bjp leader Rajendra Singh Rathore voiced confidence on tuesday that the bharatiya janata party (BJP) will win 135 seats in rajasthan elections, securing one of the state's "biggest" triumphs. He also slammed the congress over chief minister Ashok Gehlot's statements about an "undercurrent" in Congress' favor.
The election for Telangana's 119 seats will be contested on Thursday, with a three-way race between the congress, the bjp, and the present ruling BRS. Due to the upcoming elections, hyderabad district collector Anudeep Durishetty has ordered a vacation for all educational institutions on november 29 and 30. "In view of the telangana Assembly elections 2023, all educational institutions in hyderabad district will remain closed on november 29 and 30. Regular activities will resume on december 1," Durishetty posted on X

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