There is a fierce competition in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation election. There has been a big upsurge in the trends so far. TRS has taken the lead after initially falling behind. KCR’s party is going on in the first place. At the same time, there is a tough fight between BJP and AIMIM for the second number.
In the initial trends, the BJP had crossed the majority mark, but gradually the TRS came to dominate. Asaduddin Owaisi’s party and BJP are getting tough competition. Results for 146 seats out of 150 have come. TRS has won 56 seats. At the same time, AIMIM has won 42 seats and BJP 46 seats. Whereas Congress has got only 2 seats in its account.
BJP emerged as illusionist
The TRS has increased its lead after a reversal of trends, but the BJP has emerged as a juggler. After this spectacular victory, the question arises whether the second door of the fort of the south is going to open soon for the BJP. Will the BJP be able to reach the peak of power in other states of the south after Karnataka. The election was like a municipal corporation, but the thrill is not less than any Lok Sabha-assembly election. When the BJP showed strength, the results also started to testify. BJP’s strategy of opening the second door in the fort of the south worked.
The political influence of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation, one of the largest municipal corporations in the country, is such that it was necessary for the BJP to make a place in this fort. This municipal corporation is in 4 districts, including Hyderabad, Medchal-Malkajgiri, Rangareddy, and Sangareddy. Telangana has 5 Lok Sabha seats while the entire area comprises 24 assembly constituencies.