With about ten months to go for the next general elections to the state assembly, various surveys indicate a hatrick to the ruling party.
As per the surveys, the Congress would be in second while BJP will be far away with a mere four to five seats.
The surveys indicate that the ruling TRS party would get more than 50 percent of votes in 40 assembly seats, 35 to 50 percent in 40 seats and 30 to 35 percent in 18 seats. TRS is likely to secure more than what it got in the last elections.
The ministers – KTR and T Harish Rao is expected to get 65 to 66 percent of votes, Ch Malla Reddy 54 percent, P Ajay Kumar 52 percent Niranjan Reddy, Srinivas Goud and Errabelli Dayakar Rao over 50 percent, T Srinivas Yadav and Koppula Eswar over 50 percent and Sabitha Indra Reddy and Indrakaran Reddy likely to get 49 percent.
In Malkajgiri, the TPCC president Revanth Reddy might get a mere 10 percent votes while BJP leader G Kishan Reddy, it will be tough, the surveys say.
In the next Parliament elections too, the ruling TRS party is expected to fare extremely well.
The BJP might get deposits in 6 or 7 seats with 10 to 12 percent of votes.
The surveys say that the voters are of the opinion that they are not bothered about the candidate but vote for TRS and KCR.
They expressed satisfaction with the functioning of the government particularly on the power supply front. They were also happy with improved irrigation and drinking water facilities in remote rural areas too.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao