The mics were ringing in Munugodu. For the past month, the microphones that have been shouting to vote for our party’s candidate have gone silent. Polling is going to be held on Ellundi (November 03). Polling will be held from 7 am to 6 pm. Counting will be held on November 06.
State Election Officer Vikas Raj revealed that the EC has made all arrangements in this regard. There are a total of 47 candidates in the previous by-election. Kusukuntla Prabhakar Reddy from TRS, Palvai Sravanti from Congress and Rajagopal Reddy from BJP are in the fray.
There are 2 lakh 41 thousand 855 voters in Munugoda constituency. There are 50 service voters and 5 thousand 685 postal ballot votes. So far 739 people have applied for postal ballot votes. 298 polling stations have been set up in the constituency. 105 problem areas have been identified. Three-tier security was arranged there. Security was arranged with 3 thousand 366 police personnel and 15 companies of central forces to prevent any untoward incidents from happening on the election day. 100 check posts have been set up in the constituency. He said there will be a ban on social media campaigning. Distribution of voter slips has already been completed in the constituency. The option to download the voter slips online has also been provided.
As per election rules, campaigning should be stopped 48 hours before polling. At the end of the counting, the EC code will be removed and the instructions will be issued. After that meetings and meetings can be held as usual. On the last day of Munugodu, which was filled with campaigning by the leaders for a month, the campaign turned into a battlefield. A clash broke out between BJP and TRS workers in Palivela of Etala Rajender’s aunt’s village. They attacked each other with stones and sticks. BJP and TRS workers were injured in this attack. Also many vehicles were destroyed. On the other hand, all the non-local leaders are coming out. All the leaders, who stayed in the villages for a month, went home with the orders of the EC that no one except the local leaders should stay.