Municipal Elections 2021: Peaceful polling in AP .. Pawan Kalyan in Vijayawada .. Vijayasaireddy vote in Visakhapatnam – municipal-elections-2021-pavan kalyan vote in vijayawada voting updates

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Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan exercised his right to vote in Vijayawada. At the Zilla Parishad Girls’ High School in Patamata Lanka.

AP Municpal Elections: Municipal polling continues in Andhra Pradesh. Polling, which started at 7 am, will continue peacefully amid police resupply. Meanwhile, Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan exercised his right to vote in Vijayawada. Pawan cast her vote at Polling Booth No. 4, Zilla Parishad Girls’ High School, West Lanka. Fans competed to see Pawan on this occasion.

Also, MLC Ashok Babu and former MP Gokaraju Gangaraju also exercised their right to vote. Of the total 2,214 divisional and ward seats in the state, 580 are already unanimous and elections are being held for the rest. A total of 7,549 candidates are contesting in the municipal elections while 77,73,231 are exercising their right to vote.

Four municipalities in the state are unanimous, while polling continues in the remaining 71 municipalities and 12 city administrations. While polling begins at 7 a.m., voters are flocking to large-scale polling stations. Standing in a huge queue at polling stations and exercising their right to vote.

State Election Commissioner Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar inspected the polling stations at Bishop Gracie High School and CVR School in Vijayawada as part of the ongoing municipal election voting pattern in the state. The SEC also inspected the model polling station at CVR School along with District Collector AMD Intiaz.

He spoke to the elderly, young and women voters. Asked about the reaction of voters on the polling and queue lines, SEC appealed to everyone to exercise their right to vote. He congratulated the 75-year-old Tankasala Subbamma for voting. SEC said that people like you are an inspiration to the community.

Voted by Vijayasaireddy:

MP Vijayasaireddy along with Satish exercised his right to vote at the Visakhapatnam Marutinagar polling booth. In Tirupati, MLA Bhumana Karunakarreddy exercised his right to vote. The MLA who came to the polling booth No. 50 along with his family members stood in the queue for an hour and cast his vote.



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