Telangana saw a significant voter turnout of around 61.16% by 5 pm on Monday, expected to reach 70% in total, for its 17 Lok Sabha seats.

In the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, what seemed like a three-way competition narrowed down to mainly Congress versus BJP, according to political analysts post-election.

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The Congress Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) competed fiercely in many constituencies, while the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) was nowhere to be seen.

This election was crucial for the BRS to maintain its political relevance.

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Congress had an advantage due to recent wins in assembly elections, while BJP gained momentum from assembly and Hyderabad municipal elections.

The post-election reports indicate disappointment for the BRS in all 17 seats, with Congress versus BJP dominating in 16 seats and AIMIM versus BJP in Hyderabad.

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The high-voltage Lok Sabha Elections in Telangana highlighted a shift towards the end of the regional parties’ era, with Congress and BJP vying for all seats except Hyderabad, where MIM still holds sway.

There are surprising reports of BJP outperforming expectations, possibly winning up to 7-8 seats. All BRS vote share shifted to BJP and Congress.

If true, this could mark a crisis moment for KCR and his party BRS. Home Minister Amit Shah will now completely focus on Telangana, which could be the end of BRS by the next term.