Since the Model Code of Conduct was implemented on October 9, the Election Commission of India (ECI) in Hyderabad has taken many actions. A total of 72,473 mobile phones and 86,573 sarees were seized.
The Police Authority seized Rs 1,13,01,129 in cash to guarantee compliance with the Model Code of Conduct, increasing the total cash seizure to Rs 50,63,21,501. There have been 15 FIRs filed, totaling 742 instances.
There have been no withdrawals reported in the six constituencies of the Hyderabad district, while withdrawals have occurred in 12 constituencies across the state. Only candidates from Goshamahal and Chandrayangutta have withdrawn their candidacy in the seven seats surrounding the Hyderabad parliamentary district. Amberpet is the only parliamentary seat in Secunderabad where candidates have not withdrawn.
Goshamahal has more nomination rejections than acceptances among the Hyderabad district’s 15 constituencies. Only Amberpet saw no nomination withdrawals in the constituencies surrounding the Hyderabad parliamentary constituency (Bahadurpura, Charminar, Malakpet, Yakutpura, and Nampally) and the Secunderabad parliamentary constituency (Amberpet).
The Election Commission has filed five lawsuits in the city against various parties. Two of the cases are in Malakpet, one in Yakutpura, one in Chandrayangutta, and one in Musheerabad, and they all involve violations of the election code of conduct.
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