Telangana Election Results 2018: The elections were held on December 7. The polls recorded a voter turnout of 73.20 per cent
The counting of votes has begun in Telangana. The fate of 1,821 candidates in the fray will be decided soon. Noteworthy, these are the maiden polls for the 119-seat Telangana Assembly. The elections were held on December 7. The polls recorded a voter turnout of 73.20 per cent. All the necessary arrangements are in place for counting. The EVMs are kept, secured with central paramilitary forces providing first cordon of security. “EVMs will be brought out polling station-wise and kept at the counting centres which will have 14 tables (except in Medchal which will have 28). And counting will go on. This will be done after the completion of the full postal ballot count. Counting will be done in the respective constituencies,” Chief Electoral Officer Rajat Kumar said, told PTI.
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Telangana Election Result Date:-
Telangana Assembly election result: The counting began at 8am.
Declaration of Telangana Assembly polls results:-
Election Commission of India (ECI) will start showing the official results at the website – https://eciresults.nic.in/
How to check seat wise, party wise, constituency wise and candidate wise details of Telangana Election Results?
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Telangana Assembly Election Exit Polls Results:-
Some exit polls indicate a clear edge to KCR-led Telangana Rashtra Samithi. “We will win 100 seats,” Rao said repeatedly in campaign meetings.
AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi also exuded confidence that his party would be successful in the Telangana assembly election. Owaisi-led party has fielded candidates in eight assembly segments in Hyderabad and is supporting TRS in other segments.
However, the Praja Kutami alliance of Congress, Telugu Desam Party (TDP), CPI and Kodandaram-led Telangana Jana Samithi, appears confident of forming the government in the country’s youngest state. The state wasseparated from Andhra Pradesh in June 2014.
According to Congress president Rahul Gandhi, “The alliance led by his party is confident of winning the election hands-down and claimed Rao was showing signs of nervousness and insecurity in meetings he addressed as the campaign winded down.”
The BJP has claimed it would play a vital role in the formation of the government in the southern state.