Telangana elections exit poll results: The Times Now-CNX exit poll predicts a clear Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) victory. The poll has given 66 seats to TRS, while it predicts a tally of 37 to the Congress, 7 to the BJP, 7 to AIMIM and 2 to independent candidates in the 119 seat assembly.

On the other side, the channel CNN News 18 in its exit poll, gave TRS somewhere between 50-65 seats, while it suggested that the Mahakutami would bag 38-52 seats, 4-7 to BJP and 8-14 to others.There is heightened interest in exit polls now in view of the fact that the Mahakutami cobbled together by Chandrababu Naidu and Congress leaders did hectic electioneering. Speculation was rife, because of media hype that the Mahakutami would dislodge the TRS government.

Former MP Lagadapati Rajagopal announced his exit poll results. He predicted anywhere between 55 to 65 seats to the Congress-led Praja Kutami while the TRS is said to be securing around 35 seats in the 119 seat legislative assembly.

With the announcement of the 105 contestants of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) in the upcoming Telangana Assembly elections by caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao (KCR), arose discussions on the political equations among the Opposition parties. As the Congress party inches closer to forming an alliance with the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), the fight for power in the newly formed State intensifies.

Speculation is already rife on political equations among the Opposition parties. Online surveys have sprouted predicting varying numbers. While some tend to foresee a clean sweep by the TRS, others see a swing at the other way while yet others predict a close call. Meanwhile the the Congress party has all but stitched up an alliance with the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) in the fight for power in the newly formed State.

Several leaders in the TRS party, who were left high and dry after denial of party tickets, are making a beeline towards the Congress. Earlier today, TRS leader from Warangal, Konda Surekha said she would take a decision on her future, after failing to get a party ticket to fight in the Telangana Assembly elections. Yesterday, former Speaker Suresh Reddy announced that he would join the TRS, after being invited to the party by caretaker IT minister K Taraka Rama Rao (KTR).

Meanwhile, a constituency-wise list of winning parties in the Assembly elections is doing the rounds in social media. While it is purely speculative in nature like many such surveys, this survey report suggests the Congress would emerge as the single largest party in the State, with 45 Assembly seats, while the incumbent TRS would fall two short of the Congress' tally.

In a major surprise, as per this survey the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would win in as many as 18 Assembly constituencies in Telangana. This figure by all accounts appears to be a bit far fetched and off the mark. Candidates from Asaduddin Owaisi's All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen (AIMIM) would lose out on three Assembly constituencies from their current tally of 7 Assembly seats, while the Majlis Bachao Tehreek (MBT) would win in Yakatpura and Bahadurpura constituencies, as per the survey report. This also appears to be highly speculative because on the ground level there are no indications that the MBT has gained any strength. As regards the MIM it has only gathered steam and has not lost its voter base in any way. It is unlikely therefore that its strength in the next Assembly would go down. In fact, with KCR's hint of a friendly fight with the MIM, the party's tally may go up.

Here's the constituency-wise list of winning parties in the Telangana Assembly elections as per this online survey:

Sirpur-TRS

Chennur-TRS

Bellampalli-TRS

Mancherial-TRS

Asifabad-congress

Khanapur-TRS

Adilabad-congress

Boath-TRS

Nirmal- TRS

Korutla-congress

Jagityal-congress

Dharmapuri-TRS

Ramagundem-TRS

Manthani-congress

Peddapalli-congress

Karimnagar-bjp

Choppadandi-congress

Vemulavaada-bjp

Siricilla-TRS

Manakondur congress

Huzurabad-trs

Husnabad-Trs

Armoor - congress

Bodhan - TRS

Jukkal - congress

Banswada- TRS

Ellareddy - congress

Kamareddy-congress

Nizambad (Urban) -congress

Nizambad (Rural) - trs

Jangaon - congress

Ghanpur (Station) - congress

Palakurthi-congress

Dornakal - TRS

Mahbubabad -Congress

Narsampet - Congress

Parkal - congress

Warangal(West) - congress

Warangal( East) - congress

Waradhannapet - congress

Bhupalapalli -TRS

Siddipet - TRS

Medak - trs

Narayanakhed - TRS

Andole - congress

Narsapur-congress

Zahirabad-congress

Sangareddy-Congress

Patancheru-bjp

Dubbaka-bjp

Musheerabad - BJP

Malakpet - BJP

Amberpet - BJP

Khairatabad - Bjp

Jubilee Hills - congress

Sanath Nagar - congress

Nampally - AIMIM

Karwan - AIMIM

Goshamahal - BJP

Charminar - AIMIM

Chandrayanagutta - MBT

Yakatpura - MBT

Bahadurpura - AIMIM

Secunderabad -trs

Secunderabad Cantonment -TRS

Medchal - Congress

Malkajgiri - bjp

Quthbullapur - trs

Kukatpally -bjp

Uppal - Bjp

Ibrahimpatnam - congress

L B Nagar - bjp

Maheshwaram - bjp

Rajendranagar - TRS

Serilingampally -TRS

Chevella - Congress

Pargi - congress

Vikarabad -TRS

Tandur - congress

Kodangal - Congress

Narayanpet - TRS

Mahbubnagar - Congress

Jadcharla - congress

Devarkadra - TRS

Makthal - congress

Wanaparthy - TRS

Gadwal -congress

Alampur - congress

Nagarkurnool - TRS

Achampet - TRS

Kalwakurthy - BJP

Shadnagar - congress

Kollapur - congress

Bhongir - bjp

Alair - Congress

Munugodu - Congress

Devarakonda -TRS

Nalgonda - bjp

Nakrekal - trs

Suryapet - bjp

Tungaturthi - congress

Miryalaguda - congress

Nagarjuna Sagar - congress

Huzurnagar - congress

Pinapaka - TRS

Yellandu - TRS

Khammam - TRS

Palair - TRS

Madhira -congress

Wyra - TRS

Sathupalli - TRS

Kothagudem - TRS

Aswaraopeta - TRS

Bhadrachalam - TRS

TRS (43)

CONGRESS (45)

BJP (18)

AIMIM (4)

MBT(2)

Disclaimer: As stated in the report, this is an online survey doing the rounds in social media and appears to be speculative.

Lagadapati Rajagopal Survey Predicts Congress Mahakutami Victory

Former MP Lagadapati Rajagopal, in his press conference on Monday, a day before the official poll campaign ends, predicted a hung assembly in Telangana, as things stand. However, he stated that the Congress-led Mahakutami would go on to win in majority seats if the overall voter turnout increases this time around, from its 2014 tally of 72.2%.

Meanwhile, Lagadapati predicted Congress-backed BSP candidate Malreddy Ranga Reddy’s win in Ibrahimpatnam constituency. He also said BSP candidate G. Vinod (Bellampally) would also win.

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