TRS internal poll survey predicts Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will return back to power absolutely with out any opposition in the assembly with 111 seats, if elections are held today. Rao told his party MLAs and MPs at the TRS Legislature Party meeting last evening that both BJP and TDP will be wiped out from the assembly. While MIM may get six seats, only two seats goes to opposition, probably may be for Congress.
The survey findings also put Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and his son and IT Minister KT Rama Rao as the top performing MLAs in the state. Rao’s nephew and Irrigation minister T Harish Rao stood third in the list of best performing MLAs, and surprisingly, former deputy Chief Minister T Rajaiah, who was shunted out of KCR’s cabinet, came in at fourth place.
According to the survey, with the cash transfer of `4,000 for farmers, the TRS would secure 100 per cent votes from farming fraternity. With the implementation of Kalyan Lakshmi, sheep distribution and other programmes, more than 90 per cent of BCs will now support the Pink party.
Meanwhile, TPCC chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy, reacting to the survey, dared the Chief Minister to ask the MLAs of opposition parties, who shifted loyalties to other parties, to resign and go for bye-election.