Telangana Lok Sabha Election Results 2024 Highlights: BJP, Congress win 8 seats each; MIM bags 1

Asaduddin Owaisi has won from Hyderabad constituency for the first time in 2004

Updated - June 04, 2024 10:50 pm IST

Published - June 04, 2024 09:01 am IST

AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi won from Hyderabad Lok Sabha seat for the fifth consecutive term.

AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi won from Hyderabad Lok Sabha seat for the fifth consecutive term. | Photo Credit: By Arrangement

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All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi retains Hyderabad Lok Sabha seat for the fifth consecutive time. He won from the constituency in the Lok Sabha polls 2024 with a lead of 3,38,087 votes against BJP’s K Madhavi Latha.

After his win from the Hyderabad Lok Sabha elections, AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi thanked voters and party workers for making him victorious for the 5th consecutive.

He says that it his feeling that the BJP would not reach the “magic number” of 272, even as he condemned their politics of hate. The 400 paar slogan was to ensure a change in the Constitution, he says.

Mr Owaisi says that even if the Mr. Modi manages to form the government, it would be as if he would have to use crutches. He also stated that if the opportunity arises for a non-BJP, non-NDA Prime Minister were to come, he would indeed be available to play his part, and extend his support, as the party had publicly stated their stand. He also said that at places, the BRS openly supported the BJP, a strategy they would have to answer for.

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Majority of the seats in the State in the two previous General elections were won by Telangana Rashtra Samithi (Now BRS). However, the political landscape changed after the Telangana Assembly Elections-2023 in December. Congress claimed power in the State. This has boosted the party’s confidence. Gradually, several leaders from BRS joined Congress or Bharatiya Janata Party. 

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Congress party launched welfare schemes such as free bus rides for women, gas cylinders for ₹500, free power up to 200 units for those Below Poverty Line. Despite the recent victory and four-months of being in power in the State, BJP gave a tough fight to Congress.

National leaders from the two parties campaigned here in the run up to the polls; Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah campaigned for the BJP candidates and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi canvassed for the party’s contestants. 

Exit Polls indicated that BJP might win a record number of seats in the State.Leaders of the three major parties expressed confidence to win the majority of the seats. 

In the Hyderabad constituency, the BJP fielded Kompella Madhavi Latha, a classical dancer and entrepreneur, against sitting MP and AIMIM head Asaduddin Owaisi. This constituency is predominantly Muslim-populated and has always been a stronghold of the AIMIM. Mr. Owaisi has held the seat for four terms since 2004, succeeding his father, Sultan Salahuddin Owaisi, who represented the city in the Lok Sabha for six consecutive terms between 1984 and 2004. The BJP has fielded sitting MP G. Kishan Reddy as its candidate in Secunderabad, seeking a third consecutive term against BRS’s T Padma Rao Goud and Congress’ Danam Nagender. 

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In Nizamabad, the BJP leader Dharmapuri Arvind was fielded against BRS leader Bajireddy Goverdhan and Congress’ T Jeevan Reddy. While in Karimnagar, former BJP state president and incumbent MP Bandi Sanjay Kumar contested against BRS’s B Vinod Kumar and INC’s Velichala Rajender Rao. Mr. Sanjay Kumar is aiming for his second consecutive win from the Karimnagar seat in the 2024 elections. The Zahirabad constituency witnessed a contest between BJP’s B. B. Patil, BRS’s Gali Anil Kumar, and Congress’ Suresh Kumar Shetkar. Mr. Patil, who won the Zahirabad constituency in the previous two general elections on a BRS ticket, joined the BJP early this year. 

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Eatela Rajender, contested from Malkajgiri constituency on the BJP ticket, was a former Minister in the K. Chandrashekar Rao (KCR) Cabinet. He switched over to the BJP following differences with the BRS. The Congress fielded Patnam Sunitha Reddy, who joined the Congress just before the 2024 general election. BRS fielded Ragdi Laxma Reddy. Congress seems confident in Telangana after winning the 2023 Assembly election, but the flaw is that it fails to include the Backward Classes in ticket allocation. The Congress’s strengths include its current hold in the state and the successful implementation of welfare schemes like the Mahalakshmi scheme for free bus travel for women, petrol subsidies, Rythubarosa, and Gruhajyoti for free electricity. Madhavi Latha, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) candidate in Hyderabad, created outrage after a video leaked of her checking voter ID cards at a polling booth. In the video, Latha is seen asking Muslim women to remove their Burkhas, verify their identities, and check their voter IDs. 

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  • June 04, 2024 18:29
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    Photo credit: NAGARA GOPAL 

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  • June 04, 2024 16:23
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    Celebrations break out at All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen’s headquarters in Darusslaam. The party chief A

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    Photo credit: Nagara Gopal

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    BJP candidate for Zahirabad constituency

    BJP candidate for Zahirabad Parliament constituency, B.B. Patil, at the counting centre in Gitam University, Sangareddy DistrictPhoto credit: Mohd Arif

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    Security personnel keep up vigil

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    Photo: Nagara Gopal

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    Counting underway at Zahirabad Lok Sabha constituency

    Counting of votes is underway at a counting centre at Gitam University for Zahirabad Lok Sabha constituency

    Photo: Mohd Arif

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    Tight security at counting centres

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