GHMC Elections 2020: Polling ends peacefully: Repolling in Malakpet
01-12-2020 Tue 20:00
The polling for the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Elections 2020 has ended peacefully at 6 pm on Tuesday. Out of 150 divisions, the polling took place peacefully in 149 divisions. The polling for the division of Malakpet has been postponed to December 3, a day after tomorrow. It is postponed as the symbol of the CPI (M) candidate is missing from the ballot.
Reports suggest that the polling percentage was near 40%. It is a shocker as Hyderabad people have not shown much interest in casting their votes. Old aged people and handicapped have actively participated than the youths.
Media reports suggest that maximum polling took place at RC Puram, Patancheru, and Amberpet.
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