The Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) on Friday launched an inventory of 14 candidates for the upcoming Meeting elections in Telangana.
The social gathering has fielded Ramchander Rao from Malkajgiri and Deshpande Rajeshwar Rao from Sangareddy.
Ramchander Rao is a member of the chief committee of the BJP, and president of the Hyderabad unit of the BJP. He’s additionally a member of the Bar Council of India. He served as Member of Telangana Legislative Council (MLC) for Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy and Mahabubnagar constituency from 2015 to 2021.
Likewise, Deshpande Rajeshwar Rao is an govt member of the BJP.
That is the fifth listing of BJP candidates for the Telangana Meeting elections.
Earlier on November 7, the BJP launched its fourth listing of candidates. The listing contains 12 names together with outstanding leaders like former Karimnagar and former Zilla Parishad president Tola Uma (Vemulwada) and Bhuma Sriram Chakravarthy (Hassanabad).
The Congress Celebration’s Central Election Fee on Thursday launched its last listing of candidates for the upcoming Telangana Meeting elections.
The social gathering fielded Katha Srinivas Goud from Patancheru Meeting constituency, Mohammad Mujibullah Sharif in Charminar, Bathula Laxma Reddy in Miryalagoda, Ramreddy Damodar Reddy in Suryapet and Mandula Samwal in Thongathurthy constituency (a seat reserved for the SC neighborhood).
Congress launched its first listing of nominees on October 15. In line with the primary listing, state president and MP Revanth Reddy will contest from Kodangal Meeting constituency, whereas Adam Santosh Kumar will contest from Secunderabad.
Tickets had been additionally allotted to V Subhash Reddy (Yellareddy) and Chalamala Krishna Reddy (Munugode), who just lately joined the BJP from Congress.
Telangana is about to witness a three-way contest between the BJP, the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi Celebration and the Congress within the upcoming Meeting elections.
Telangana is scheduled to go to Meeting elections on November 30, and the counting of votes, together with these of 4 different states slated for elections, is scheduled to happen on December 3.
Within the earlier Meeting elections within the state in 2018, the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), previously often called Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), received 88 of the 119 seats, accounting for 47.4 per cent of the full vote share. The Congress got here in second place by a big margin, successful solely 19 seats.
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