Although opinion polls showed that political parties had conducted fierce elections campaigns, the voter turnout rate on December 1 was only 46.55% (34.5 million) out of 74.67 million voters GHMC-elections in Hyderabad.
The BJP Secretary-General Bhupender Yadav said on Friday that BJP’s performance in the Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) poll was a “moral victory” for the party, and it has become the “only option” for the ruling Telangana’s TRS.
Voting work is underway. According to the latest trend, the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) has won or led more than 60 seats, while the corresponding number of votes for BJP is 43, and the number of votes for AIMIM is 42.
According to the latest results, Congress has managed two seats. The TRS led by K Chandrasekhar Rao swept the election four years ago and won 99 of the 150 electoral districts, while the BJP won only three seats.
Yadav said that the BJP’s performance confirmed its tendency to replace Congress as the main challenger to TRS. In the 2019 Lob Sabha poll, the Saffron party won four seats in the state and then caused an unexpected defeat to the ruling party in Dubbaka’s parliamentary bypoll. He said: “The results are very encouraging and are a moral push for the Japanese People’s Party. To a certain extent, this is a moral victory for the party.
The results once again show that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership and his model of good governance are acceptable in all regions. In the election, the People’s Party nominated 149 candidates. Congress, AIMIM and TDP sent candidates in 146, 51, and 106 wards, respectively.
When asked how he views the results of the local elections in the Telangana parliamentary elections in 2022, Yadav said: “BJP has become the sole replacement and main challenger for the state’s ruling TRS.”
He said that the party’s performance also shows that people have issued authorizations to oppose dynastic politics and TRS corruption. Yadav added that the responsibility given to BJP will be borne by the party with the greatest ability.
The BJP went all out in the election and appointed an important election administrator, Yadav, who successfully handled the party’s election campaign in the Bihar state polls. The BJP also conducted a high-octane campaign, and held a rally and road show with the United Interior Minister Amit. Shah, party chairman JP Nadda and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath. More Hyderabad news.