HYDERABAD: As many as 799 polling stations will be set up for the Mahbubnagar – Rangareddy – Hyderabad Graduate constituency elections, mentioned GHMC Additional Commissioner Priyanka Ala throughout a gathering on election preparations with representatives of political events on the GHMC workplace on Wednesday.
The assembly was attended by GHMC Additional Commissioner (Elections) S Pankaja and representatives of Congress, BJP, TRS, MIM and different events. Priyanka, who can be the Returning Officer (RO) for the elections, mentioned that nominations will be accepted until February 23 on all working days besides Sunday.
She clarified that as a part of the election marketing campaign, door-to-door campaigning will be allowed with solely 5 folks and that solely 5 autos will be allowed for street exhibits. The RO additionally mentioned that postal ballots will be given to the in another way abled, Covid-19 sufferers and people above 80 years of age.
Two file nominations
Two individuals, Pujari Lingam Goud and Kapilavai Dileep Kumar of the Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD), filed their nominations for the Mahbubnagar – Ranagareddy – Hyderabad Graduate constituencies election, on Wednesday. No nominations had been acquired for the Warangal – Khammam – Nalgonda Graduate constituencies