As the Telangana assembly election results unfurl, a noteworthy trend emerges with the Congress taking the lead in a majority of seats. Simultaneously, intense competition ensues between the BRS and Congress in specific constituencies. In a surprising twist, BRS ministers and key leaders find themselves lagging behind in several areas.
Amidst the unfolding political scenario, speculation arises about the possibility of Congress winning candidates relocating to Karnataka. Resort politics, a strategy seen in the past, is anticipated to continue. Karnataka Deputy CM DK Shivakumar, known for his troubleshooting skills, is actively involved in crafting plans. He arrived in Hyderabad on Saturday night, signaling the significance of these election results.
The political fervor is palpable as ministers and MLAs from Karnataka gather in Hyderabad to witness the outcome. Notably, Congress leaders have made strategic arrangements by booking around 100 rooms in Tajkrishna. The plan is to swiftly move winning candidates to Tajkrishna and subsequently transport them to Karnataka using special buses once the assembly election results are officially announced.
While winning candidates are expected to stay loyal to their party, the Hastam party has seemingly premeditated plans. The post-election landscape in Telangana holds the promise of significant political shifts, adding a layer of intrigue to the unfolding events.