TRS won the magic figure of 63 seats, followed by the TDP-BJP with 21 seats and Congress with 20 seats. Ironically, the party that indemnified the two separate states was pushed back to the third.
However, all said and done, what concerns us now is who would sit in the opposition? Winning the second highest number of votes, TDP-BJP combination has a good chance to stand in the opposition. TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao won the Medak Parliamentary seat with a thumping majority of 3,97,000 votes.
However, it remains to be seen who takes the opposition as none of the other parties have reached the magic number, unless they form a coalition among themselves, which stands a distant possibility.