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    In Hyderabad, the Congress and BJP are wondering who voted for them, especially women and minorities. They are also trying to figure out if any party will win more than ten seats in the upcoming elections. The BRS party feels unsure about its chances this time.

    The election results won’t be known for another 19 days, so all parties are trying to predict the outcome. Party leaders are analyzing survey data and talking to local workers to gauge voter sentiment. TPCC president Revanth Reddy is confident that Congress will win at least 13 seats, with a higher vote share compared to the last election.

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    Congress believes they will win in several segments, while BJP is hopeful about their chances in other areas. The “Modi factor” has reportedly helped BJP gain support from rural voters. The BRS party is unsure about its prospects, with some members feeling there is a silent vote in their favor.

    BRS leader K Chandrashekar Rao has asked for a report on voting patterns and how many BRS supporters may have shifted to Congress or BJP.

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