KCR and CBN To Know Their Fate Today In Regards To Formation Of Central Government
Telangana and AP nearly waited for 42 days from the date of polling to witness the results of their respective parties. The voting for the states began on 11 April in the first phase of the extended 7-phase elections Lok Sabha election.
KCR, CBN and YS Jagan all had their strategies implemented in the given time to outpour a satisfactory result to their parties.
It was KCR and Naidu who was busy spending the days after polling to meet different parties all over the country to form an alliance that can form a government in the center.
However, the exit polls predicted a majority to NDA leaving distress to the KCR and CBN.
Telangana competed in 443 candidates in 17 parliamentary constituencies where it is expected to win in not less than 12 seats, while in AP 319 candidates contested in 25 Lok Sabha seats.
As the Supreme court issued a rule to count 5 VVPAT machine slips compulsorily the election result may be delayed for a short time.