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All set for Nalgonda Teachers’ constituency MLC election today

Polling staff in Nalgonda taking charge of the election material for the Legislative Council polls to be held on Thursday.— Photo: Singam Venkataramana
Polling staff in Nalgonda taking charge of the election material for the Legislative Council polls to be held on Thursday.— Photo: Singam Venkataramana

Presiding officers for Thursday’s (February 21) Legislative Council elections of the Nalgonda-Khammam-Waragal Teacher’s constituency took charge of the material at the Mandal Revenue office here on Wednesday and left for their respective mandals.

There are 60 polling stations in the district, one each in the 59 mandals and two polling stations in the town - Geeta Mandir, near Gandhi Statue, and Government Boys Junior College, close to the office of DEO. Polling takes place between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Nalgonda RDO Padmakar, who supervised the poll material distribution, said the presiding officers, along with the ballot boxes, would reach their allotted mandals by the evening.

State Election Observer Balaramaiah, Collector N. Mukteswara Rao, who is the Returning Officer, Joint Collector Hari Jawaharalal were among those present. Students of the Ramananda Teertha Institute of Science and Technology who will operate the web cameras to record the polling, were also present.

The Collector has already advised the agents of the candidates to submit their details by 7 a.m. on the polling day. The agents should compulsorily sign the certificates before the closing and opening of the ballot boxes and be present when the polling ends (when details of the votes polled are released) and at the counting at N.G. College on February 25.

The ballot boxes from Warangal will be received here on February 21 night and those from Khammam the next day.


  • There are 60 polling stations in the district – one each in 59 mandals and two in the town

  • The counting will take place at N.G. College on February 25



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