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New Tension For KCR: 154 Nomination Filed In Gajwel, 104 In Kamareddy  

New Tension For KCR: 154 Nomination Filed In Gajwel, 104 In Kamareddy  New Tension For KCR: 154 Nomination Filed In Gajwel, 104 In Kamareddy  

Hyderabad, Nov 12 (Hydnow): The ruling BRS National President, Chief Minister of Telangana K.Chandrasekhar Rao is facing new tension as a large number of nominations have been filed against him in Gajwel Constituency where he is contesting. A total of 154 nominations were filed by 145 people in Gajwel. With this, BRS faced a new tension with the nomination in Gajwel and now their entire concentration is on the nominations.

It may be recalled that the process of filing nominations for Assembly elections in Telangana is over.  Nominations will be scrutinized tomorrow, and, there was an interesting development in the nominations.

according to the details, BRS has focused on the nominations filed heavily in the Gajwel Assembly Constituency.  It is reported that the leaders are placating the victims who nominated CM KCR.  They promise to solve their problems when the BRS party comes to power.  More than 100 of the nominations are victims and farmers of the Vattinagulapally plots of Rangareddy district.  Farmers filed nominations to open and close sugarcane factories in the state.  More than 30 nominations have been filed on behalf of unemployed and martyrs families.  with this, the leaders of the BRS party who entered the field are appeasing them to withdraw.  In this process, Gajwel’s politics became interesting.


Meanwhile, the CEO’s office has finalized the filing of nominations in Telangana.  A total of 4,798 candidates filed 5,716 nominations in all segments across the state.  154 nominations were filed by 145 candidates in Gajwel.  Medchal is second place with 116 nominations by 92 people, 104 nominations in Kamareddy, 13 nominations filed is the lowest in Narayanpet, and 13 nominations each have been filed in Wyra and Maqtal as well.  (Hydnow)

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