- Congress emerged victorious in 64 among the total 119 seats. BRS managed to secure 39 seats as the Telangana Assembly election results came out on December 3.
- Incumbent Anjani Kumar was suspended by ECI after he met TPCC chief at his residence even as counting of votes was on and Election Code of Conduct was in force.
- The BJP was initially considered the main Opposition to BRS, but the scenario changed after the Congress gained momentum following the Karnataka elections in May. Several exit polls predicted a Congress victory, removing the ruling BRS from power for the first time since the formation of the State in 2014.
The Election Commission of India (ECI) has officially announced the conclusive results for the Telangana assembly elections.
Among the 119 seats, Congress emerged victorious in 64, BRS secured 39, BJP claimed 8, AIMIM attained 7, and the CPI triumphed in 1 seat.