Telangana Election Update: Amidst the electoral buzz in Telangana, a significant development surfaces. According to reports, the Bharat Rashtriya Samiti (BRS) has initiated communication with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The sole legislator from Telangana for the party, T. Raja Singh, claims BRS is in contact with the BJP.
Singh’s statement hints at a new paradigm shift in Telangana. This election witnesses a fierce battle between BRS and Congress. Several exit polls suggest Congress might secure a majority, potentially pushing BRS out of power. Speculations arise that BRS might align with BJP, forming a coalition government if necessary to thwart Congress.
In a recent statement on Thursday (November 30th), BJP candidate and legislator from Goshamahal, T. Raja Singh, asserted, “We are in contact with BRS legislators, and all their leaders and legislators are in touch with us. If we win forty seats, we could form a government with BRS.” Amidst this, he launched an attack on Owaisi, stating, “Asaduddin Owaisi and his brother are insignificant. They won’t have any impact in Telangana this time. I have the blessings of Modi and Yogi, and I’ll emerge victorious for the third time.”
Who is T. Raja Singh?
T. Raja Singh was born on April 15, 1977, in a Hindu family in Hyderabad. His wife’s name is Usha Singh. Before venturing into politics, Singh was associated with the Bajrang Dal, and in 2009, he was elected as a municipal councilor from the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS). Prior to the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, he joined the BJP and won from the Goshamahal constituency in the Telangana Legislative Assembly elections. Since then, he has consistently secured victories from this seat. BJP has decided to field him again from this constituency this time around.