Telangana Elections 2023: Live Updates and Key Events

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Telangana Elections 2023: 

As the clock ticks away, Telangana witnesses the democratic spectacle of the Assembly Elections 2023. With polling stations spread across all 119 constituencies, voters are actively participating in shaping the future of the state.

##Key Events at a Glance:

Telangana Elections 2023
1. BJP’s Confidence in Kamareddy At 5:15 PM (IST), BJP candidate K Venkata Ramana Reddy from Kamareddy expressed unwavering confidence in winning against key rivals. The Kamareddy constituency is a battleground featuring prominent candidates from Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), Congress, and BJP.

In the sprawling political landscape of the upcoming elections, a staggering 2,290 contestants are set to engage in a fierce battle for supremacy. The key players in this high-stakes game include Chief Minister KCR, a seasoned political strategist, his son K T Rama Rao, Congress president A Revanth Reddy, and formidable representatives from the BJP – Bandi Sanjay Kumar and D Arvind. This multitude of contenders has transformed the electoral canvas into a veritable battleground, each vying for the support and mandate of the electorate.

Adding to the complexity of this political chessboard is the presence of BRS, which has fielded candidates across all 119 seats. The intricacies of seat-sharing agreements further highlight the strategic maneuvering at play. Notably, the BJP and Jana Sena, led by actor Pawan Kalyan, have chosen to contest in 111 and 8 seats respectively. Meanwhile, Congress, in alliance with CPI, has carefully distributed its stakes, reserving one seat for its ally and fighting from 118 others.

As the electoral drama unfolds, it becomes evident that this day marks the culmination of weeks of intense campaigning by all participating parties. The stage is set for a test of the effectiveness of their strategies, outreach, and resonance with the electorate. It is a moment when the electorate’s verdict will render judgment on the narratives spun by these political contenders over the preceding days and weeks.

Notable figures such as Prime Minister Modi and senior BJP leaders, including Union Ministers Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, and Nitin Gadkari, have actively participated in the campaign. Regional leaders, including Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, and Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, have also added their influence to the political discourse. This convergence of national and regional leaders underscores the significance and stakes of the elections.

The campaign strategies have been diverse, reflecting the priorities and agendas of the respective parties. BRS, led by KCR, has focused its efforts on critiquing Congress’s past failures while highlighting its ongoing welfare initiatives. The party’s working president, K T Rama Rao, has played a pivotal role in shaping and leading the election narrative. In response, Congress, with leaders like Mallikarjun Kharge, Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, and Revanth Reddy at the forefront, has centered its campaign around allegations of corruption within the BRS government, emphasizing its six poll guarantees.

As voters cast their ballots, the echoes of this intense political saga will reverberate, shaping the future trajectory of governance in the state. The outcome of this electoral spectacle will not only determine the political landscape but also influence the policies and direction the state takes in the days to come.

1. BJP’s Confidence in Kamareddy At 5:15 PM (IST), BJP candidate K Venkata Ramana Reddy from Kamareddy expressed unwavering confidence in winning against key rivals. The Kamareddy constituency is a battleground featuring prominent candidates from Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), Congress, and BJP.
2. AIMIM Leader Akbaruddin Owaisi Casts Vote In Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, AIMIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi exercised his right to vote, marking a significant moment in the electoral process.
3. Clashes Reported in Huzurnagar At 4:13 PM (IST), clashes were reported at a polling booth in Huzurnagar, Suryapet district, adding a layer of intensity to the election day.
4. Celebrity Participation Well-known figures like actor Mahesh Babu and Telugu actor Rajasekhar actively participated in the voting process, encouraging citizens to exercise their democratic rights.
Telangana Elections 2023 - Mahesh babu
5. Allegations of ‘Deepfake’ Technology Use In a surprising turn of events, the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) lodged a complaint against the Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC), alleging the use of ‘deepfake’ technology in the election campaign. The complaint, submitted to the Election Commission, raises questions about the role of technology in shaping political narratives.

 6. Voter Turnout and Enthusiasm
As of 3 PM, the voter turnout reached 51.89%, showcasing the active participation of the electorate in this democratic process in the occasion of Telengana Elections 2023

Telengana Elections 2023

##Voices from the Field:

# BJP’s Etela Rajender in Gajwel
In Gajwel, BJP’s Etela Rajender, facing K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR), cast his vote in Kamalapur, Hanamkonda district, adding a personal touch to the political landscape.

#Congress MP Manickam Tagore’s Predictions
Congress MP Manickam Tagore expressed confidence in Congress’s performance, predicting a significant victory with 78 seats out of the 119 in the Telangana Assembly.

#Appeal for Higher Voter Turnout
Notable figures like actor Vijay Deverakonda urged the youth to come out and vote, emphasizing the importance of active participation in the democratic process.

#Challenges Faced During the Telengana Elections 2023 :

# EVM Malfunction in Kamareddy
Voting at a booth in Kamareddy Assembly constituency faced a temporary halt due to an EVM machine malfunction. The issue was resolved after a 45-minute delay, ensuring the smooth continuation of the voting process.

#Scuffle in Jangaon Assembly Constituency
A scuffle broke out at a polling booth in Jangaon Assembly Constituency, involving workers from the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi, Congress, and BJP. Police intervention quickly brought the situation under control.


The Telangana Elections 2023 are not merely a political event but a reflection of the dynamic nature of Indian democracy. As voters cast their ballots, the state awaits the outcome that will shape its future trajectory. Stay tuned for more updates as the results unfold, and democracy takes its course in Telangana.

Telangana Assembly Election 2023 Polling Live: Telangana records 64.12% voter turnout till poll-close


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