The Nizamabad seat from where Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao's daughter K. Kavitha is seeking re-election is set to create history with the largest number of candidates, including 178 farmers, who entered the fray to highlight their problems.
Addressing an election rally in Telangana, KCR blamed Congress and BJP for all the ills plaguing the country and underlined the need for an alternative to bring qualitative change in the national politics.
The Telangana government is set to present vote-on-account budget in the Assembly and the Council Friday on the first day of the four-day session that will conclude with the adoption of the Appropriation Bill on the last day, February 25.
With neither BJP-led NDA nor the Congress-led UPA sure of forming the government, a fractured verdict on May 23 will bring regional parties into focus. The possibilities are manifold with every party expected to extract their pound of flesh