Telangana Poll Results: TRS Surges Ahead, Mahakutami Far Behind
A party or an alliance needs 60 out of total 119 seats to win the elections and form the government in Telangana.  

Telangana Poll Results: TRS Surges Ahead, Mahakutami Far Behind

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The K Chandrasekhar Rao-led Telangana Rashtra Samithi is leading in over 81 seats as counting began for the Telangana Assembly election results 2018 on Tuesday, 11 December. A party or alliance needs 60 out of 119 seats to form the government.

The K Chandrasekhar Rao-led TRS is up against the Congress-led grand alliance dubbed the ‘Prajakutami.’

  • A party or alliance needs 60 out of total 119 seats to win the elections and form government
  • KCR will be chief minister if TRS captures power for the second consecutive term
  • The Prajakutami has not announced their chief ministerial face yet
  • In 2014, TRS emerged as the single largest party, followed by Congress and then Telugu Desam Party

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Posted by The Quint on Monday, December 10, 2018

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