Vote counting for the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) election began on Friday morning.
As an early trend, the BJP has taken the lead, with both TRS and Asaduddin Owaishi’s AIMIM lagging behind.
— ANI (@ANI) December 4, 2020
After campaigns by local and national political parties, a vote for the GHMC election was held in District 150 on December 1.
This time the mayor’s post is for women only. The election was conducted using ballots, taking into account the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Hyderabad City Commission has set up 817 new polling stations compared to 2016. There are 2,146 regular polling stations, 1,517 high-sensitivity polling stations, and 167 hypersensitivity polling stations.
In a recent poll, the city has witnessed a triangle contest between the ruling TRS, AIMIM and BJP, and in a recent poll it won the seat of the Dubbak Assembly. BJP’s top brass, including Prime Minister Yogia Ditianas of Uttar Pradesh, President JP Nadda, and Federal Minister of Amit Shah, have campaigned for the election.
In the last GHMC election, Telangana Rashtra Samithi won in District 99. AIMIM got 44, and the remaining seven wards were won by other political parties and independents.
Vote counting is in progress and BJP is leading the initial trend
Source link Vote counting is in progress and BJP is leading the initial trend