Temple Sentiment Breaks Gajwel Sentiment!
We all know KCR have some religious beliefs and sentiments. He has a very strong sentiment towards Lord Venkateshwara Swamy of Konaipalli village of Mundrai block in Siddipet.
Since his first election to the state assembly in 1985, KCR is regularly visiting the temple before going to file nomination papers.
This sentiment has worked out every time without fail and this time too, the special prayers of KCR made him won!
Though KCR has taken a risk this time, as he contested from Gajwel assembly constituency for a second term, it seems everything is going to work out.
Also, there is a strong sentiment attached to Gajwel as well, no candidate had won for two consecutive terms from this constituency.
But KCR strongly felt that his sentiment towards Konaipalli temple is stronger than this Gajwel sentiment.
Though he thought of shifting his constituency to Nalgonda this time, he changed his mind and decided to contest from Gajwel itself, keeping faith in Lord Venkateswara.
And the TRS chief won his seat with a huge majority over 58,000 votes. Thus, KCR’s temple sentiment has won over Gajwel Sentiment.