In Telangana now all eyes are on Munugodu. Will there be a by-election? Or? If so when? Many questions arise in the mind. Congress to protect the sitting position, TRS to assert its power once again, BJP to make a foothold, all the focus of these three main parties is on the front. There is a talk where the rest of the parties are boasting about their victory but there is not much of a scene. However, recently a message is circulating well in political and media circles. Its essence is that the EC is preparing for the Munugodu by-elections.
It seems that the EC is thinking of holding the first by-poll in the second week of November. There will be a notification after Dussehra in the first week of October. It is said that the EC has ordered the Telangana election officials to take care of the EVMs and other arrangements required for the by-election. It is said that Nalgonda District Collector is also in the work of arrangements. This message is going viral. EC groups have to decide what are the facts in this.
Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy resigned from the post of MLA in the first week of August. According to the EC rules, the deadline for conducting the by-poll is the first week of February. With this, there is various news about whether the by-election will be held earlier or will be held in January. There is no clarity on whether it will be with the Himachal Pradesh elections or with the Gujarat Assembly elections. In the message which is going viral, it is said that the by-poll will be held in the second week of November the Central Election Commission has given signals about the previous by-election.
In the past, the election campaign is already going on in a range. Top leaders of the BJP are campaigning in support of Rajagopal Reddy. Congress candidate Palvai Sravanti also increased her speed. PCC chief Revanth Reddy is conducting road shows. Even though the TRS candidate has not been announced officially, Minister Jagdish Reddy is giving everything with intimate meetings. Parties are already organizing Dhawats to please the voters.