Hyderabad: It is already clear that the results of the previous elections will be repeated this time. In 2018 election, CM KCR started election campaign in Husnabad and ended in Gajwel. In that election, BRS registered an undisputed victory. This time also CM KCR is following the same trend. On October 15, he went to the public with Praja Ashirwada Sabha in Husnabad. On November 9 KCR will file his nomination papers in Gajwel first and then in Kamareddy on the same day.
After filing the nomination he will participate in the Praja Ashirwada Sabha at Kamareddy. The campaign will end with Gajwel Praja Ashirwada Sabha on November 28. BRS got 88 seats in 2018 elections. This time the party is expected to win more seat than the past election as people are in favour of the BRS.
This time BRS leader and CM KCR is following the same campaign pattern followed during 2014 and 2018 elections. In the 2018 elections, he participated in public meetings in around 100 constituencies and reached out to the people and explained the development and welfare schemes of the government.
This time CM KCR will reach out to the public in 96 constituencies. Even if there are any problems, CM KCR will carry out his campaigning according to the schedule released. The Praja Ashirwada Sabhas organised on Oct 30 and on Monday have proved that KCR will never disappoint people waiting to listen to his address.