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GHMC Polls: BJP Blames TRS Government For Low Turnout

Hyderabad: The BJP has blamed the TRS authorities in Telangana and the State Election Fee for the low turnout in Better Hyderabad Municipal Company (GHMC) elections on Tuesday.

Union Minister of State for Dwelling, G. Kishan Reddy, alleged that the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) authorities used the State Election Fee (SEC) to convey down the voter turnout to work to its benefit.

Addressing a information convention together with state BJP president Bandi Sanjay after the polling, Reddy mentioned the federal government have to be ashamed of the low turnout for the company elections.

He alleged that as an alternative of preventing for victory, the TRS focused on methods to defeat the BJP. He mentioned he can’t blame the educated and the intellectuals for not popping out in giant numbers to vote.

Reddy mentioned afraid of a repetition of the Dubbak by-poll end result, the TRS performed the GHMC polls in a rush. He mentioned voters hesitated to return out in giant numbers fearing a second wave of the pandemic.

The Central minister additionally alleged that MIM indulged in giant scale rigging within the outdated metropolis and mentioned the police and election authorities remained mute spectators.

“The poll percentage in the border divisions of Jammu and Kashmir was better than that of GHMC,” he mentioned.

Sanjay mentioned although TRS used all of the ways to rig the polls, the BJP successfully countered the movement of liquor and cash.

“Hats off to the State Election Commission for acting on the direction of the TRS government to ensure low turnout,” mentioned Sanjay.

The BJP chief claimed that regardless of all of the conspiracies, the countdown has begun for the TRS authorities. He exuded confidence {that a} BJP corporator will turn into town mayor.

He mentioned Chief Minister Okay. Chandrasekhar Rao, along with his statements that some individuals are conspiring to incite communal violence, created an setting so that folks don’t come out to solid their votes.

Sanjay claimed that cops distributed cash among the many voters on behalf of the federal government. He additionally mentioned that pro-government officers got ballot duties.

He mentioned the federal government knew that voters from Andhra Pradesh go residence throughout holidays and chosen the election date preceded by holidays. He claimed that the federal government additionally organized additional buses to encourage voters to go away.

(With IANS Inputs)

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