Hyderabad: Receiving a total of 57 nominations, the Secunderabad constituency saw the highest number of candidates file their affidavits for the assembly elections. Closely following is Nampally with 56 nominations.
With only 20 persons registering their candidacy, the upscale Jubilee Hills constituency recorded the least, while the total number of nominations received in all of the 15 constituencies in the Hyderabad district stands at 617.
Starting on November 3, Returning Officers in the district received affidavits from candidates for seven days till November 10. As per usual, the flow of nominations remained slow in the first four days. After receiving 86 nominations on November 8, the majority of the candidates filed their papers in the last three days.
All the nominations received will be scrutinized by the election officials on November 13, with the last date of candidate withdrawal being November 15.
Nominations for 13 assembly constituencies of Hyderabad district:
Constituency No. of nominations
Sec’bad Cantonment 33
Jubilee Hills 20
A police head constable was arrested on the charges of misbehaving with a woman at district headquarters hospitals, here on Thursday.
A Delhi court on Thursday extended judicial custody of former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, arrested in the excise policy case being probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), by 19 days.
The Home Ministry on Thursday decided to give VIP security to Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, thereby granting him Z Plus security.
The last date for payment of fee and submission of online applications fro admissions to Class VI and vacant seats in Classes VII to X in the Telangana State Model Schools has been extended upto March 2.
The Congress government headed by Chief Minister Revanth Reddy is ready to implement two more guarantees which were part of the six guarantees given during the Assembly election period in the coming five days.