BJP Satisfied With Voting Pattern In Secunderabad, Chevella, And Malkajgiri In Their Favour

Hyderabad, May 15 (Maxim News): BJP leaders are confident that the voting pattern of the Lok Sabha elections is in their favor and there are chances of winning in Secunderabad, Malkajgiri, and Chevella constituencies.

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It is expected that the seats will be won with a good majority and the voting percentage increase in the Hyderabad constituency.  Party sources claim that Prime Minister Modi’s mood has improved this time.  The leaders claim that those who voted for the opponents in the last assembly elections voted for the BJP in the Lok Sabha elections. BJP leaders have taken the Lok Sabha elections as a challenge due to less number of seats won in the assembly elections.  Strong candidates have been fielded in four seats in the Greater Region. Secunderabad, Malkajgiri, and Chevella brought them confidence that their victory was certain. 

The BJP is determined to capture the seat of Secunderabad once again.  The party’s candidates won here in the Lok Sabha elections held in 1991, 1998, 1999, 2014 and 2019.  Party sources believe that Kishan Reddy will win for the second term with a good majority.  It is said that despite stiff competition from Congress and BRS, the Modi wave has come, on the other hand, BRS voting is also expected to go to BJP.

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Party sources are firmly convinced that Etala Rajender’s victory in the Malkajgiri Lok Sabha constituency is a fact.  From the beginning, the BJP has pinned its hopes on the seat of Malkajgiri.  The polling pattern is believed to favor the BJP in most areas.  BJP has pinned its hopes on educated people and colony voters.  On the other hand, extensive tours in Etala Rajender’s constituency are believed to have come together for the party. 

In every election, the BJP tried to prove its power in the old city of Hyderabad.  It has been contesting from the seat of Hyderabad since it was a Jana Sangha.  This time Madhavilatha is contesting from here on behalf of BJP.  They are hoping that more votes will come to the BJP than before.  Candidate Madhavilatha is confident that she will win with a majority of ten thousand votes.  The party is estimating that the voting pattern in Goshamahal and Karwan, which is held by the party, is in their favor.  In Chandrayangutta and Yakutpura too, it is estimated that the votes for BJP are high.  It is expected that the votes will be more this time than the previous ones.  BJP sources feel that this time the higher polling percentage in Hyderabad will benefit them.  (Maxim News) 


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