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Continuing its juggernaut speed in demolishing the opposition citadels in Telangana during various elections since formation of the new state, the ruling TRS once again established its political supremacy by capturing the Warangal and Khammam municipal corporations besides the Achampet Nagar  panchayat.

What is more it has now become crystal clear that the fate of TDP has been sealed in Telangana State .The  party once again suffered a humiliating defeat at the hands of TRS in all  the three civic bodies of Warangal, Khammam and Achampet.. As a matter of fact,  TRS achieved a clean sweep in the seven elections held till date since the formation of Telangana state.

            Besides winning with thumping majorities in the bye-elections to the Medak and Warangal Lok Sabha seats, bye-election to the Narayankhed Assembly seat, the TRS continued its supremacy even in the civic elections by hoisting its flag for the first time in GHMC, GWMC, Khammam Corporation and Achampet Nagar  Panchayat.

            On the other hand,  the opposition parties, especially the TDP, were swept away by the TRS tsunami in the elections. That the TDP has been getting drowned in the state is clearly evident from the shock treatment it received in all the seven elections. Apart from suffering a major set back in the Medak and Warangal Lok Sabha by-elections, the TDP could not save even its deposit in the Narayankhed Assembly by-election. And to add insult to injury, the  TDP though managed to win just one of the 150 divisions in the GHMC, it struck a big zero in the other three civic bodies of Warangal, Khammam and Achampet.           

            The counting of votes for the Greater Warangal and  Khammam Municipal Corporations and Achampet Panchayat, the elections for which were held  recently, were taken up today and as expected the results mirrored the winning spree of the ruling TRS.

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