What’s The Reason Behind KTR’s Confidence In Winning
The majority of the surveys are in favour of the Congress in the state and they say Congress would have an edge on the BRS.By: Tupaki Desk | 1 Dec 2023 9:45 AM GMT
Since yesterday the exit poll survey firms have been having a busy time in Telangana. Following the orders of the Election Commission the surveys were released half an hour after the elections. The majority of the surveys are in favour of the Congress in the state and they say Congress would have an edge on the BRS.
When the Congress party leaders and supporters were happy over this, Telangana IT Minister Kalvakuntla Taraka Rama Rao aka KTR expressed his confidence in coming to power and proving the exact polls wrong with the exit polls.
After the exit poll surveys were released a debate has been going on about what would be the situation if hung happens and which two parties will join hands if no party gets the required number of seats. Giving a new twist KTR came up with a new version.
“After a long time had a peaceful sleep. Exit polls can take a hike. Exact polls will give us good news,”KTR said on X. He also used the hashtag #TelanganaWithKCR in the post.
Many wonder what is the reason behind KTR’s confidence in coming to power when the exit poll surveys are in favour of the Congress party.
Getting deep into the case, BRS went all guns blazing in the election campaign. Besides sticking to the conventional means of the campaign like roadshows, rallies, and meetings, social media ads were given and popular faces in the state also campaigned for the party.
KTR gave interviews to various channels even in the north. To cater to the rural audiences, KTR appeared on a show featuring Gangavva. He also displayed his cooking skills on the show. Influencers and a few anchors promoted the party highlighting what BRS did in two terms.
Political experts say that KTR might be thinking that all these factors might give an edge to the BRS over others and hence he might have expressed his confidence in BRS coming to power in the state for the third term.