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Nov 13 2018


Congress releases first list of 65 candidates for Telangana assembly elections

Delhi,13,November,2018

 

Congress released its first list of 65 candidates for the Telangana assembly elections to be held on Monday night, on Monday night. According to the state Congress chief N. Uttam Kumar Reddy will contest from Huzurnagar assembly seat The list was released after a long meeting of the party's Central Election Committee (CEC) under the chairmanship of Congress President Rahul Gandhi. All the leaders of the state Congress were present in the meeting.

 

 

 

Congress of this southern state Chandrasekhar Rao is trying to remove the TRS government from power. The list was released late by the CEC Secretary-General Mukul Wasnik. Congress is trying for an election agreement with Chandrababu Naidu with TDP on various seats. TDP was a coalition partner of the ruling NDA at the Center, but Andhra Pradesh was separated from the coalition on the issue of not giving special state status to the center. Naidu is now appealing to be a part of a united front with various parties to meet the various opposition leaders and defeat the BJP.

 

 

 

Tell us that the Election Commission has notified the notification on Monday to formally start the Telangana assembly election process. According to the notification, nominations will be accepted between November 12 and 19. The date of November 20 has been fixed for checking the documents. The last date for withdrawal of nomination is November 22. Polling will take place on December 7 in the state and counting will take place on December 11.

 

 

 

According to a statement issued earlier by the Chief Electoral Officer's office, the number of voters in the assembly elections has declined by about nine lakhs. The number of voters in the state is now 2.73 crore. 32,574 polling stations will be set up in the state. Based on the number of voters, some more polling stations can be set up. After the recommendation of K. Chandrasekhar Rao-led government, on September 6, the 119-member assembly was dissolved, due to which the elections were being made before the time.

 

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