The Dubbaka Assembly bypolls to be held on November 3 has become a do or die battle for three major political parties in Telangana, the ruling TRS and the Opposition Congress and BJP.
The election has become all the more important for the ruling TRS.
This is because TRS is winning all the elections with a record majority since the formation of Telangana State in 2014. Due to this, the Opposition got wiped out from Telangana.
Moreover, this seat belongs to TRS as bypoll is being held due to untimely death of Dubbaka TRS MLA Solipeta Ramalinga Reddy.
If TRS loses this election, the ruling party will not lose power in Telangana but the downfall of TRS in Telangana will begin that too from the Undivided Medak district, the home district and constituency of CM KCR and minister T Harish Rao.
The Opposition parties will become stronger once again in Telangana if TRS loses this election.
If TRS loses Dubbaka seat, it may lead to TRS losing power in 2023 December Assembly polls.
If TRS loses Dubbaka seat, it will have impact on GHMC elections expected to be held in December 2020.
If TRS loses Dubbaka seat, it will also have impact on Warangal, Khammam municipal corporation elections expected in March 2021.
If TRS loses Dubbaka seat, it will also have impact on MLC elections to be held for two seats in March 2021.
Several disgruntled TRS leaders, who are vexed with KCR and KTR's attitude, dictatorial type of functioning will quit TRS and join either BJP or Congress, if TRS loses Dubbaka seat.
On the whole, the TRS dominance in Telangana politics will come down if it loses Dubbaka seat and Opposition parties will emerge stronger by 2023 December Assembly polls.