Before the Telangana election schedule was announced, pundits predicted a showdown between the ruling BRS and the BJP. However, the landscape shifted later, now envisioning a clash between BRS and Congress at the ballot box, which recent developments seem to confirm.
Both BRS and Congress are fervently targeting each other in their campaigns, be it through political meetings or ads. BRS focuses on slamming Congress, while Congress is critical of the ruling BRS. Two particular ads from these parties have stirred quite a buzz. The BRS ad features an editor questioning the use of KCR’s image and speculating about BRS using a doppelgänger in their ads. The response highlights multiple potential CM candidates within their party, ending with an appeal to vote for KCR and BRS.
In contrast, the Congress ad portrays a character resembling KTR, responding to queries about KCR’s dominance in campaign imagery. The response emphasizes a family with four potential CM candidates and suggests that even their sister might leave the party if KTR becomes CM. It concludes by urging people to vote for Congress.
These ads aim to strongly criticize opponents while urging voters to support their respective parties. Despite BJP’s absence from this ad battle, political observers agree that the intense focus is between the ruling BRS and the Congress. The competition remains intense as both parties vie to capture the attention of voters. The ultimate verdict lies with the electorate to determine which party’s message resonates more effectively.