In Telangana, the KCR government is under immense pressure. BJP and Congress leaders have already focused on the ground level politically. It is clear that there will be a three-way fight between TRS-Congress-BJP in the upcoming elections. However, with the success of the national executive meetings and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Vijaya Sankalpa Sabha, the question of how far the BJP party, which is gaining momentum, can defeat the ruling party, is being debated in political circles.
However, it is known that election strategist Prashant Kishore regularly conducts surveys across the state and provides information to KCR about the condition of TRS. In the meantime, once again PK and TRS also conducted two types of surveys on their own. While the presidents of the districts are conducting a survey, another survey is being conducted under the MLAs. It is noteworthy that the survey is conducted on the governance of the government and the performance of public representatives and above all on the governance of the central government. The TRS leadership hopes that this will bring clarity to the politics in the state.
However, political analysts say that it is clear in these surveys that the wind is blowing against the TRS party. There are also reports that there is a lot of public opposition against more than 40 sitting MLAs in TRS and it will be difficult for them to win again, so they will be sidelined by KCR in the next elections.
It is reported that since TRS came to power for the second time, surveys are being conducted once every three months. Election strategist Prashant Kishore was contracted from January 2022 and his team conducted a survey for months and gave a report. Based on those surveys, the party leadership has been issuing instructions to the public representatives. Along with the PK survey, the presidents of 33 districts have suggested that surveys should be conducted within their districts.
In particular, the interesting thing in the surveys conducted by T-Pack is that both the BJP and the Congress parties are on equal footing against the ruling TRS. However, it seems that there is not much difference in seats or votes between the three parties. That means there is a debate going on in the political circles that there is no chance of getting the lead. And it remains to be seen how the situation will change by the election.