The early polls in Telangana are revolving around the surveys'. All the political parties are making their own surveys and estimating their strength and win in the state. Surprisingly the ruling party is far ahead in this sort of surveys and as per them, TRS is likely to win over 70 seats if elections are held now. Based on these, TRS supremo K Chandrasekhar Rao has dissolved the assembly and called for early polls.
However, in the last month or so, many developments have happened in TRS. Within the party, many aspirants are contemplating to contest as rebels while people are too not convinced with the candidates. The recent incidents of ex-MLAs facing the heat of the general public are evident of it. Also with Congress, TDP and Telangana Jana Samithi forming an alliance, it's not going to be a one side battle this time.
While these things are going on, Bharatiya Janata Party led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is said to have done a survey in Telangana. In this it is revealed that TRS would get only 40 seats and most probably a hung assembly is expected. Moving swiftly, Modi and Amit Shah are sketching new strategies to win at least 20 assembly segments and play a crucial role in forming the government. Consequently, Shah in his two-day visit recently informed the Telangana BJP leaders about the survey and asked everyone to work hard and make sure of the party winning a minimum number of seats.
The surveys are confusing the public for sure. Who will win the election and form the government, December 12th is the date to be watched out for.