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Voter turnout in Hyderabad drops to 45.07%

Hyderabad and its suburbs once again witnessed suspiciously low voter turnout, despite the Election Commission of India and politicians campaigning on the issue. According to data on the Election Commission of India app, the voter turnout in Hyderabad was 45.07%. Bahadurpura is 48.7%, Nampally is 45.3%, Malakpet is 51.97% and Jubilee Hills is 45.65%. The low turnout was a repeat of voter apathy in the 2023 congressional elections, when turnout was 46.56%. The turnout in Secunderabad LS constituency was slightly higher at 48.1%

The highest proportion in the district is in the partially rural constituency of Rajendranagar at 53.3%. “Rural areas saw turnout as high as 40%, but now more than ever we need urban communities to take a step forward. Your vote is your voice – let it be heard! Please be at the polls when polling stations close at 6pm Before you head to the polls, encourage your friends, family, and neighbors to join you. Let’s be an active part of building the world’s largest democracy. Every vote makes a difference.

Chevalla constituency includes Serilingampally, Rajendranagar and Maheshwaram in the surrounding areas of Hyderabad. His appeal appeared to have had no impact as turnout in the parliamentary elections, which had reached 48.85%, fell to 43.1%.

Jubilee Hills, which is part of the Secunderabad Lok Sabha constituency, had polled 45.65% of the votes till evening.

One difference between the 2023 parliamentary elections and the 2024 Lok Sabha elections is that the Yakutpura parliamentary part received 42.7% of the vote on Monday, compared with 36.69% in the parliamentary election.

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