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Assembly polls: T’gana CM to contest on two seats

Updated on: 22 August,2023 08:49 AM IST  |  Hyderabad
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The BRS chief also said that the party would release its manifesto on October 16 in Warangal

Assembly polls: T’gana CM to contest on two seats

K Chandrasekhar Rao

BRS President and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday announced the candidate list for 115 of 119 seats for the Assembly polls due this year.  Rao, who is also known as KCR, will contest from Gajwel and Kamareddy constituencies. KCR said candidates have been changed in only seven constituencies.

The BRS chief also said that the party would release its manifesto on October 16 in Warangal.  “BRS will win between 95-105 seats,” he said, adding that the BRS’s friendship with Hyderabad Lok Sabha MP Asaduddin Owaisi-led AIMIM will continue.

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