Almost all exit polls point to a resounding victory for the TRS in the elections for the Telangana Assembly held today.
After the conclusion of the polling in the state, India Today estimated that the TRS would bag between 79 and 91 seats (thus gaining a two-thirds majority), the Praja Kutami between 21 and 33, the BJP between 1 and 3, and others between 4 and 7.
The Times Now exit survey also concluded that the TRS had swept the polls and that it would remain in power for a second consecutive term. The survey predicted that the TRS would get more than 66 seats (thus giving it an absolute majority), the Praja Kutami 37 seats, and the BJP just seven seats, and others nine seats.
However, former Congress MP Lagadapati Rajagopal in his earlier pre-poll survey said that the TRS was likely to get only 35 seats, while the Praja Kutami would bag 65 seats. That remains the only survey that predicts a defeat for the TRS.