After Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao announced TRS as the national party, the Bharat Rashtra Samithi, he clarified the name which will be used for the upcoming Munugode by-election. On October 7, the party supremo said, as of now, the registry and official authority of the BRS from the Election Commission of India is pending, therefore the Munugode election will be conducted under the old, Telangana Rashtra Samithi name.
Courtesy: The Hans India
The Election Commission of India announced the polling schedule for seven assembly constituencies; Bihar (Mokama, Gopalganj), and one each in Maharashtra (Andheri East), Haryana (Adampur), Telangana (Munugode), Uttar Pradesh (Gola Gokrannath), and Odisha (Dhamnagar). On October 3, ECI announces election on November 3, and the counting of votes will be on November 6. Moreover, nominations will begin from October 7, till October 14, and… read-more
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
In Telangana, YS Sharmila, President of the YSR Telangana Party took a dig at the ruling TRS government and CM K Chandrashekar Rao. On September 21, during padayatra in Parigi region, Sharmila called the upcoming Munugode by-elections as "street dog fight" where the BJP and TRS are trying to show "muscle power" and win. She highlighted, KCR is using people as vote bank for elections and demanded growth of Telangana.
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah is all set to address a grand rally in Telangana. The mega public rally organised on August 21, is in view of the upcoming Munugode Assembly by-election. BJP National secretary Tarun Chug ensured all the security arrangements for the arrival of Shah, in Telangana. He further said, Telangana citizens are unhappy with the K Chandrashekar Rao-led TRS Government, and the BJP will win Munugode by-election.