With prime minister Narendra Modi's visit to the state on october 1, the BJP's preparations for the 2018 telangana assembly elections are anticipated to gain momentum. at the district of Mahabubnagar, he will speak at a public gathering at Bhootpur. The gathering was intended to launch the party leaders' election campaign, which would probably take place in November.

Amit Shah, the Union home minister, and JP Nadda, the head of the bjp, will both speak at public gatherings that the saffron party plans to host as it finalises its election strategy. Several districts are anticipated to be covered by these sessions. On august 27, amit shah spoke at a public gathering in Khammam. On september 17, he had also gone to hyderabad to celebrate hyderabad Liberation Day.

Meetings are being held in delhi between the core leaders of the bjp and Union minister for Tourism and culture g kishan reddy to develop an action plan to ramp up the campaign for the next elections. The leaders of the state bjp had originally intended to go on a bus yatra, but they have now altered their minds and are instead preparing to hold public gatherings in assembly districts.

By next month, the party should have selected its final slate of candidates. More than 6,000 applications from candidates for tickets have already been received. The bjp officials asserted that the numerous applications show the enormous public support the party enjoys. To vet the candidates and advise the central leadership, the party has not yet established a state election committee.

All 119 seats' candidates from the saffron party are anticipated to be announced in three stages. It looks that the bjp is taking its time choosing candidates. Although the governing Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) has already chosen candidates for nearly all of the seats, the congress selection process has also gained speed. The BRS attempted to demonstrate that it is certain of winning a third consecutive term in power by naming candidates for 115 seats a month ago. With the exception of a few electoral districts, the ruling party has kept the current lawmakers.

Candidates submitted 1,006 applications to the congress party. The party collected Rs 50,000 in application fees from candidates in the general category and Rs 25,000 from applicants in the SC/ST category. The applications had already been narrowed down by the Pradesh election Committee (PEC) of congress, who then forwarded the list to the screening committee. By the end of september, the congress will probably unveil its initial list of 65 candidates. A number of party leaders believe that the selection procedure for the candidates may be delayed since the bjp has not yet established a state-level committee.

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