Telangana Election Results 2018: TRS Have A Majority Of Literate MLA’s

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Telangana Election Results 2018: TRS Have A Majority Of Literate MLA’s

After the election, it’s been clear to us that the youngest state of India, Telangana has emerged out more conveniently with the Indian regional political party named as Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS). The party was founded by 27th April 2001 by K. Chandrashekar Rao with the motive of Telangana as a separate state.

The state includes the majority of literate political leaders with 58.8 percent of the Telangana’s 119 newly elected MLAs have taken a course in college. So this means that the people the Telangana Rashtra Samithi’s chief Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao (KCR) has fielded for the assembly polls and the others who won across party lines have a high percentage of graduates.

TRS has taken over the government with a majority of 88 seats out of 119, wherein Congress, TDP, BJP, CPI with 19,2, 1, and 0 respectively.

Well, this is totally different from the usual norm that on an average Indian politician is uneducated and cannot hold his own in conferences or meetings that took place in abroad, recently according to data collated from election portal “All the data has been collected from the candidates’ declarations at the time of filing for contesting the elections. ”

Meanwhile, from the details, we got to know that the two MLA’s from the state Ramesh Chennamaneni and Gadari Kishore Kumar (both TRS MLAs) have PhDs, and other 24 of them have completed their post-graduation. The new assembly will have now 44 graduates, that form 37 percent of the state’s MLA population, including the current Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao. Among all, we need to mention that there are 4 doctors, 9 engineers and 12 lawyers in this assembly. In this list, 24 MLAs have passed class 12th, 16 have passed class 10th, 2 have passed class 8th, 3 have passed the class 5th and one of them is literate.

If the majority of educated political leaders will increase like this, soon India would be called a ‘Developed Country’ instead of ‘Developing Country.’

Published by Shifa Naz on 17 Dec 2018

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