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Telangana Politics: Graduate MLC Election Results - Municipal Elections


Telangana Graduate MLC Elections

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MLC elections in Telangana completd peacefully on March 14. Polling from 8 am to 4 pm ended peacefully except for sporadic incidents. Returning officers are announced the polling percentage for Mahabubnagar-Rangareddy-Hyderabad 64.87 percentage, and Warangal-Khammam-Nallagonda 76.35 percentage.

The Central Election Commission has announced the schedule for the conduct of elections for the Graduate Legislative Council seats in Telangana. The notification will be issued on the 16th of February, polling will take place on the 14th of March and the deadline for filing nominations is February 23. The counting of votes will take place on March 17. The latest decision comes in the wake of the vacancies of 2 Graduate MLCs in Telangana.

Ramachandra Rao and Palla Rajeshwar Reddy will retire in Telangana. With this, elections will be held for Hyderabad-Rangareddy-Mahabubnagar and Nalgonda-Khammam-Warangal seats

The Congress party has already announced the candidates. Ramulu Nayak as a candidate for Nalgonda-Khammam-Warangal, and Chinnareddy as a candidate for Hyderabad-Rangareddy-Mahabubnagar.

The TRS party has announced the candidates. Present MLC Palla Rajeshwar Reddy as a candidate for Nalgonda-Khammam-Warangal and Surabhi Vanidevi is the daughter of former Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao as a candidate for Hyderabad-Rangareddy-Mahabubnagar.

The BJP party has announced the candidates. Premender Reddy as a candidate for Nalgonda-Khammam-Warangal and Present MLC Ramachandra Rao as a candidate for Hyderabad-Rangareddy-Mahabubnagar.

More nominations have been filed for the post of Khammam-Nallagonda-Warangal Graduate MLC. Sitting MLC Palla Rajeshwar Reddy from the ruling TRS, Ramulu Nayak from the Congress along with celebrities like Kodandaram, Jayasaradhi Reddy, Teenmar Mallanna, Premender Reddy, and Ranirudrama Devi are contesting. More nominations have been filed for the post of Mahabubnagar-Rangareddy-Hyderabad Graduate MLC. More than 60 candidates have filed nominations under GHMC alone. Totally 179 nominations were filed. Polling will be held on March 14 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The counting of votes will take place on March 17.

All the major party candidates contesting from nallagonda-Khammam-Warangal graduate constituency are Millionaires. The affidavits submitted by them during the filing of nominations are the same. The State Election Commission has made available to the public on its website affidavits detailing their education, assets and cases.

BJP candidate Gujjula Premender Reddy has assets worth Rs 3,72,55,207. Palla Rajeshwar Reddy has assets worth Rs 31,70,92,030. Ramulu Nayak has assets worth Rs 1,88,00,000, Rani Rudhramaa Reddy has assets worth Rs 3,98,86,700, KodhandaRam has assets worth Rs 2,06,95,099, Jaya Saradhi Reddy has assets worth Rs 37,75,000.

Mahabubnagar-Rangareddy-Hyderabad Graduate MLC Candidate List

1. TRS: Surabhi Vanidevi
2. Congress: Chinnareddy
3. BJP: Ramachandra Rao
4. TDP: L Ramana
5. Independent: Prof. Nageshwar
6. Others

Nalgonda-Khammam-Warangal Graduate MLC Candidate List

1. TRS: Palla Rajeshwar Reddy
2. Congress: Ramulu Nayak
3. BJP: Premender Reddy
4. TJS: KodhandaRam
5. TEP: Cheruku Sudhakar
6. CPI(M): Jaya Saradhi Reddy
7. YTP: Rani Rudhramaa Reddy
8. Independent: Tinmar Mallana (Naveen)
9. Others

Telangana Graduate MLC Election Schedule

Nominations Deadline Date: February 16 - 23

Examination of Nominations Date: February 24

Nominations Withdrawal Date: February 26

Graduate MLC Election Polling Date: March 14 (8:00 am to 4:00 pm)

Graduate MLC Election Counting Date: March 17

Telangana Graduate MLC Election Results

Hyderabad-Rangareddy-Mahabubnagar Election Returning Officers reveal seven rounds of votes for first preference votes in Graduate MLC Counting. TRS candidate Surabhi Vanidevi defeated BJP candidate Ramachandra Rao. A total of 93 candidates are contesting for the post of Hyderabad MLC. A total of 3,37,039 votes were cast in this segment. The magic figure the candidate wanted to win turned out to be 1,68,520 votes. Totall Invalid votes 21309.

Nalgonda-Khammam-Warangal Election Returning Officers reveal seven rounds of votes for first preference votes in Graduate MLC Counting. TRS candidate Palla Rajeshwar Reddy defeated Independent candidate Tinmar Mallana (Naveen). A total of 71 candidates are contesting for the post of Hyderabad MLC. A total of 3,87,969 votes were cast in this segment, Totall Invalid votes 21,636.

Hyderabad-Rangareddy-Mahabubnagar Results for Round Wise

Surabhi Vanidevi (TRS)

1st Round: 17,439
2nd Round: 17,732
3rd Round: 17,836
4th Round: 17,545
5th Round: 17,752
6th Round: 17,406
7thRound: 6,979
Total 7 Rounds Votes: 1,12,689

Frist Preference Votes: 1,12,689
Second Preference Votes: 36,580

Ramachandra Rao (BJP)

1st Round: 16,385
2nd Round: 16,173
3rd Round: 16,005
4th Round: 16,436
5th Round: 16,750
6th Round: 16,335
7thRound: 6,584
Total 7 Rounds Votes: 1,04,668

Frist Preference Votes: 1,04,668
Second Preference Votes: 32,898

Prof. Nageshwar (Independent)

1st Round: 8,357
2nd Round: 8,594
3rd Round: 8,554
4th Round: 8,524
5th Round: 8,575
6th Round: 7,846
7th Round: 3,160
Total 7 Rounds Votes: 53,610

Chinnareddy (Congress)

1st Round: 5,082
2nd Round: 4,980
3rd Round: 4,973
4th Round: 5,018
5th Round: 4,387
6th Round: 5,187
7thRound: 1,927
Total 7 Rounds Votes: 31,554

Total Invalid Votes: 21,309

Nalgonda-Khammam-Warangal Results for Round Wise

Palla Rajeshwar Reddy (TRS)

1st Round: 16,130
2nd Round: 15,857
3rd Round: 15,558
4th Round: 15,897
5th Round: 15,671
6th Round: 16,204
7th Round: 15,523
Total 7 Rounds Votes: 1,10,840

Frist Preference Votes: 1,12,689
Second Preference Votes: 36,580

Tinmar Mallana (Naveen) (Independent)

1st Round: 12,046
2nd Round: 12,070
3rd Round: 11,742
4th Round: 12,146
5th Round: 12,560
6th Round: 11,910
7th Round: 10,816
Total 7 Rounds Votes: 83,290

Frist Preference Votes: 1,04,668
Second Preference Votes: 32,898

Prof. Kodanda Ram (TJS)

1st Round: 9,080
2nd Round: 9,448
3rd Round: 11,039
4th Round: 10,048
5th Round: 9,585
6th Round: 10,505
7thRound: 10,367
Total 7 Rounds Votes: 70,072

Ramul Nayak (Congress)

1st Round: 4,354
2nd Round: 3,244
3rd Round: 4,333
4th Round: 4,003
5th Round: 4,340
6th Round: 3,994
7thRound: 3,320
Total 7 Rounds Votes: 27,588

Total Invalid Votes: 21,636


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Telangana Municipal Corporations Elections

The government has started preparations for the Municipal elections in the state. State Municipal Chief Minister Arvind Kumar on Feb 23 issued orders announcing ward redistribution schedule for Greater Warangal, Khammam Municipal Corporations as well as Achanpeta, Siddipeta, Jatcharla, Nakirekal, and Kottur municipalities. With the merger of suburban gram panchayats and areas in Greater Warangal, Khammam corporations as well as Siddipet and Achanpeta municipalities, ward redistribution and ward reservations have to be undertaken in these places. In the newly formed Nakirekal, Jatcharla and Kothuru municipalities, the redistribution of wards, as well as the reservation of chairpersons and wards, has to be finalized.

The term of the governing bodies of Greater Warangal, Khammam Municipal Corporations, and Achanpeta (Nagarkurnool District) Municipalities will expire on March 14 and that of Siddipet will expire on April 15. Apart from these, elections are already to be held for Nakirekal (Nallagonda district), Jadcharla (Mahabubnagar district), and Kothuru (Rangareddy district) which have been converted into municipalities from the gram panchayat level. The government is arranging to hold elections in a single phase for these seven municipalities. Elections for these seven municipalities are likely to be held in the last week of April or May.


Telangana Municipal Corporations Elections Important Dates

1. FEB - 24: Collecting ward-wise final census data from the Census Department or taking the latest voters list from the District Electoral Officer.

2. FEB - 25 to March 6: Municipalities should prepare draft proposals through the field-level survey in compliance with the provisions in the ward redistribution orders.

3. March 7 to 8: Informing MLAs / MLCs and MPs by special letter issuing notices for the division of the municipality into wards and receipt of suggestions from the general public. Publishing in journals.

4. March 9 to 15: Seeking advice/suggestions from the general public, MPs, MLAs, MLCs

5. March 16 to 21: Resolving suggestions and suggestions from the general public and public representatives.

6. March 22: Submitting the report to the Commissioner, Director, Department of Municipalities.

7. March 23 to 24: Submission of report by the Commissioner, Director, Municipal Department to the State Government.

8. March 25: Issuance of final notification on redistricting of wards.


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