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Voting Underway For Hyderabad Civic Polls Amid Heavy Security

Hyderabad: Amid tight safety, polling bought underway for the elections to Higher Hyderabad Municipal Company (GHMC) on Tuesday.

Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) working president Okay.T. Rama Rao, Union Minister of State G. Kishan Reddy and MIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi had been among the many leaders who forged their vote within the first hour in Higher Hyderabad Municipal Company (GHMC) elections on Tuesday.

Rama Rao, who led the ruling get together within the marketing campaign and his spouse exercised their franchise at Nandinagar polling station in Banjara Hills.

Talking on the event, the state municipal administration minister appealed to all voters to forged their votes.

“In a democracy only those who cast their votes will have the right to question,” he stated and appealed to voters to return out and vote.

Rama Rao, who’s son of Chief Minister Okay. Chandrasekhar Rao, urged voters to take part in voting. “Think before voting what kind of public representatives you want for the development of Hyderabad,” he stated.

Kishan Reddy and his spouse forged their votes at a polling sales space in Kachiguda. The union minister appealed to all voters to train their proper to franchise.

“In the Constitution drafted by Dr B. R. Ambedkar, from President of the country to an ordinary citizen everybody has a right to vote. Everyone should use this important weapon. People should not merely complain about governments not working properly but should use their constitutional right to ensure that they elect good public representatives,” stated Kishan Reddy, who’s a member of Parliament from Secunderabad.

BJP OBC Morcha president Okay. Laxman got here to a polling centre in Chikkadpalli to forged his vote.

Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) president and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi forged his vote at Shastrippuram within the outdated metropolis. “I exercised my right to vote. I am appealing to voters to come out and use their voting right for the development of the city, especially old city and for protecting the city’s composite culture, heritage and language,” he stated.

Owaisi urged to voters to return out and vote to extend the polling share and strengthen democracy.

(With IANS Inputs)

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