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Telangana Gears Up for High-Stakes Assembly Elections on November 30

Following an aggressive and high-profile campaign in which key national figures participated, the stage is set for the Telangana Legislative Assembly elections on November 30.

Election Day: Telangana voters will go to 35,655 polling booths across the state on November 30 to elect 119 members to the Legislative Assembly. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. in 106 seats and from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. in 13 districts affected by Left Wing Extremism (LWE).

Voter Eligibility: There are 3.26 crore eligible voters in the state, and a total of 2,290 candidates are running, including prominent leaders like Chief Minister K Chandrasekar Rao, his son K T Rama Rao, state Congress president A Revanth Reddy, and BJP Lok Sabha members Bandi Sanjay Kumar and D Arvind.

Major Contestants:The ruling BRS, BJP, Congress, and AIMIM are among the key candidates in the elections. The BRS hopes to prolong its winning record, while the Congress and BJP hope to earn a large mandate.

Constituencies and Contests: Chief Minister KCR is running in two constituencies: Gajwel and Kamareddy. Exciting races are expected in Kamareddy, where Congress’ Revanth Reddy is running against the Chief Minister K Chandrasekar Rao, and Gajwel, where the BJP’s Eatala Rajender is running against Chief Minister K Chandrasekar Rao.

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National Leaders in the Campaign: Top national leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi, and different Union Ministers, took part in the election campaign, highlighting major problems and party agendas.

Model Code of Conduct: The state’s election-related activities are governed by the model code of conduct, which has been in effect since October 9.

Election Results: The ballots will be counted on December 3, revealing the fate of the candidates and the makeup of the Legislative Assembly.

Election Manifestos and pledges: Parties have released their election manifestos, highlighting pledges relating to welfare measures, community empowerment, and fixing perceived governance failings.

Public Holiday: The Election Commission has directed that private businesses, including IT firms, declare a holiday on November 30 to allow employees to vote.

Every vote counts in defining Telangana’s future. We encourage all eligible voters to utilize their right to vote and participate in the political process.” – Chief Electoral Officer.As Telangana prepares for the vital assembly elections, individuals are encouraged to actively participate in the political process by voting for the candidate of their choice.

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