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Khammam (Lok Sabha constituency)
TRS membership drive in full swing at Maheshwaram: Sabitha Indra Reddy
Hyderabad, Dec 7: Over 67 percent poll turnout was recorded in the Telangana Assembly elections on Friday as the polling ended on a peaceful note, barring minor incidents. Polling ended in constituencies at 5 pm. A lot of complaints regarding missing names in voters list were reported. Adding a dash of glamour to the poll process in Telangana, celebrities turned up in good numbers to cast their ballot Friday. However, disappointment was in store for shuttler Jwala Gutta, who said she could not exercise her franchise as her name was allegedly missing in the electoral list. The TRS which formed the government in after the Telangana state was formed is up against the Congress and TDP, which are fighting the polls together. Gutta's name was missing from the final voter list.
S S P Rao, Khammam Assembly Election 1967 – Latest News & Results
Maheshwaram: Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy on Sunday held Telangana Rashtra Samithi's preparatory meeting at a private function hall in Badangpet andlater launched a membership drive in Maheshwaram constituency. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister called upon party leaders and cadre to put up a collective effort to seethat greater number of enrolments are from Maheshwaramregion. She said that the third largest membership drive was held in Maheshwaram earlier across the State. Pointing out that the constituency had topped in development, she said the party leadership and cadre must show the same spirit while carrying out the membership drive.
The Bharat Bandh called by farmer unions, protesting the three Central agri laws, drew a mixed response in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday with shops and offices remaining largely open, while the Samajwadi Party held protests in a number of districts and even holding up a train in Allahabad. Samajwadi Party leaders sat on a silent protest near the statue of former prime minister Chaudhary Charan Singh at the Vidhan Bhavan in Lucknow in support of the bandh. However, life in state capital remained mostly unaffected with District Magistrate Abhishek Prakash saying that attendances in offices were absolutely normal. The mandis were also open," he said. He says the delegation will include Rahul Gandhi, Sharad Pawar, and others.