K Chandrasekhar Rao-led Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) is all set to form government in India’s youngest state. Initial trends show TRS ahead on 91 seats while Congress and Other Parties ahead on 20 seats and 8 seats respectively.
It seems that KCR’s decision to dissolve the assembly earlier and call for snap polls have bore fruit for his party. With his move, KCR gave his party a first-mover advantage, catching rivals unprepared.
The victory will not only consolidate KCR’s position in Telangana but also accelerate the momentum of his party to form an anti-BJP, anti-Congress alliance for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.