MLC voting percentage has increased significantly

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Graduates vote. Persons were cast in queues for hours. Despite the consecutive holidays, graduates came to vote without any fail. Unlike in the past, the MLC voting percentage has increased significantly. Urban voters, who faced off in the GHMC elections, have come forward to exercise their constitutional right this time around. Hyderabad-Rangareddy-Mahabubnagar MLC constituency recorded 59.96% and Nallagonda-Khammam-Warangal constituency 76.35%. In Nalgonda district Munugode, Bhadradri Kothagudem district Palvancha Mandal Gattaigudem, Bourgumpadu, the distribution of notes by the ruling party leaders at the polling stations has caused a stir. Related videos have gone viral. Home Minister Mahmood Ali’s revelation that he had voted for the TRS candidate has caused a stir. Candidates who are slow to express that the increased polling percentage as a whole will benefit them. First-time voter rate turnout was high among those standing in the queues.

The polling percentage on Sunday was huge in the two graduate MLC constituencies. Hyderabad-Rangareddy-Mahabubnagar MLC constituency recorded 59.96% polling and Nalgonda-Khammam-Warangal constituency recorded 64.70% polling. A few celebrities, officials, and members of the public abstained from voting. However, They came to vote this time despite four consecutive days of holidays. What is the motive behind the unexpected queuing of polling stations and what kind of result it will lead to is a matter of debate.

Polling has increased significantly compared to the last election. Voters were expected to remain in the queues until after 4 p.m. Urban voters, who are not interested to vote in the general election and educated people have gone to the polls this time. EC expressed satisfaction over the unexpected turnout of polling. The debate began over whether there was an increased awareness among to increase the turnout or whether local party leaders were forcibly sent to polling stations. All parties and independent candidates have been expressed their happiness as the turnout increases. It will be cleared after the counting of votes on the 17th of this month who the educated voters would have voted for.

In the graduate MLC elections held in 2015, only 37.17% polling was recorded in the Hyderabad-Rangareddy-Mahabubnagar constituency. The Nalgonda-Khammam-Warangal constituency recorded 54.62% polling. But this time it crossed those two records. The number of voters in the Hyderabad constituency has increased from 2.96 lakh in the last election to 5.31 lakh this time. In the Nalgonda constituency, it has increased from 2.81 lakhs to 5.05 lakhs. Accordingly, the polling percentage has also increased significantly this time. Polling, which started off sluggish in the morning, increased massively in the evening. Among those standing in the queue were women who came with children, mostly first-time voters.

Who benefits from increased polling? Did people volunteer to raise awareness and vote? Or did the parties who put their names on the voters’ list vote by pressure? Is the topic of discussion. They decided to send it to the polling station. Political parties, would not be able to know who they will vote for. Whether they voted against the government or voted for change or whether they were worried that something like the PRC would stop. There are various discussions going on among the political party leaders. Many spiritual gatherings, meetings with job-teacher unions, meetings with caste unions, various unions publicly declaring ‘our support is yours ..’ The extent to which these have been worked out will be known on the day of results. Leaders of the major parties are also debating who will be harmed by the split votes as independent candidates are contesting in the tens and how it will become an impediment. MLC woke up a few months before the polls to find out where the graduates were and came up with an analysis of whether the result of registering their names would now be reflected in the voting form.

The graduates who registered their names in the voter’s list for the first time voted enthusiastically. Coming up with a jumbo ballot paper for them for the first time and voting on a priority basis is their first experience. Those who could not take part in the Telangana Rashtra Sadhana movement have now revealed their reaction to the six-and-a-half-year rule in the form of votes. They said the then students involved in the movement had expressed their views in the form of the vote taking into consideration notifications, jobs, and unemployment benefits. Employee response, on the other hand, was different. Few were of the opinion that if the votes of the employees had an impact on the chances of TRS success it would inevitably have to be considered before voting with the notion that it would also take over the PRC.

Leaders of the main parties TRS, BJP, and Congress have expressed optimism that victory in both the constituencies is theirs. TRS secretary general Keshavarao confirmed the victory of his party’s candidate Vanidevi. Minister Talasani also expressed the same view. Nalgonda sitting MLC Palla Rajeshwar Reddy also confirmed the victory. Surely said BJP state president Bandi Sanjay was also winning by his candidates in both the constituencies. Congress spokesperson Dasoju Shravan said that the students who sacrificed their studies to fulfill their aspirations and took part in the movement were fed up with the six-and-a-half-year TRS rule and were making fun of their candidates by recognizing the honesty of the Congress as a party given by Telangana. The CPI (M) is confident that Professor Nageshwar, who is backed by the Left, will win. It will be clear in three days who will be won.

Hopes on second priority votes

Unlike the general election, there is a bit of excitement and hope among the candidates as there is a priority voting system in the MLC elections. They are of the opinion that the second priority vote will be maintained even if it does not come out with the first priority vote. In the last election, Palla Rajeshwar Reddy won with second priority votes. As more candidates contested this time, it was believed that the first priority votes would split and the second priority would prevail. In addition to this, the division of votes by caste and community also increased that hope. The major parties are counting on about 70,000 Brahmin votes and 40,000 Muslim votes in the Hyderabad graduate constituency. The demolition of the Babri Masjid has sparked a debate over what impact Muslim votes will have on Vanidevi’s victory and in what form it will align with which party. Since both the BJP and TRS candidates belong to the Karan Brahmin community, the additions and subtractions are being made to the extent that there may be a split in these voters.

Hopes on second priority votes

Unlike the general election, there is a bit of excitement and hope among the candidates as there is a priority voting system in the MLC elections. They are of the opinion that the second priority vote will be maintained even if it does not come out with the first priority vote. In the last election, Palla Rajeshwar Reddy won with second priority votes. As more candidates contested this time, it was believed that the first priority votes would split and the second priority would prevail. In addition to this, the division of votes by caste and community also increased that hope. The major parties are counting on about 70,000 Brahmin votes and 40,000 Muslim votes in the Hyderabad graduate constituency. The demolition of the Babri Masjid has sparked a debate over what impact Muslim votes will have on Vanidevi’s victory and in what form it will align with which party. Since both the BJP and TRS candidates belong to the Karan Brahmin community, the additions and subtractions are being made to the extent that there may be a split in these voters.

On the one hand, while polling was taking place, measures to entice voters took place as usual. A video of a TRS leader distributing voter slips and money in front of the Nalgonda district went viral on social media. In the Mahabubabad district too, BJP candidate Premender Reddy, who went to block the distribution of banknotes near the polling station, was attacked. TRS local leaders have repeatedly accused the BJP of distributing banknotes. Despite allegations by all parties over the distribution of banknotes, the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) has acted as if nothing has happened.

Criticisms of the Election Commission. The Central Electoral Commission (CEC) has expressed satisfaction over the increase in polling percentage, but voters have not commented on the arrangements. Voters in Nalgonda and Janagam districts blamed the Central Electoral Commission for not providing proper facilities for the disabled and the elderly in most polling stations. Former BJP MLA NVSS Prabhakar was angry over the division of voters belonging to the same family into different centers. He reminded that the administration had brought the matter to the notice of the Election Commission at the time of the draft voters list but no corrective action had been taken.

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