Strong KCR Demand for EVMs in Both Locations!
Due to the large number of candidates 44 in the Gajwel and 39 in the Kamareddy Assembly constituencieswhere Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao is running, the Election Commission of India has made plans to accommodate extra electronic voting machines (EVMs).
On November 15, the deadline for withdrawal of nominations was reached. On the last day, 70 candidates in Gajwel and 19 in Kamareddy withdrew. president Minister Rao is competing against former BRS leader EtalaRajendar in Gajwel and TPCC president A.
Revanth Reddy in Kamareddy, and these constituencies are in the focus. Extra EVMs will be provided by the Election Commission in the event that a constituency has more candidates than 16. The Yuga Tulasi Party, which is represented by a road roller, has entered the election fray and challenges the BRS, arguing that their car symbol is similar.
Thirty candidates are left in Dubbak after eight nominations were denied. With two withdrawals and one rejection, Bhupalpally will have forty-one candidates, while Kodangal will have nineteen after three nominations were turned down. There are fascinating skirmishes and symbols as the electoral drama plays out. Elections in Telangana are set for November 30. The results will be tallied on December 3.