Telangana scene reciprocated in Seemandhra
Telangana Scene Reciprocated in Seemandhra. Bhanwar Lal, the Chief Electoral Officer of the state, on Wednesday said that the overall situation of Seemandhra polls has been serene.
Hyderabad: Bhanwar Lal, the Chief Electoral Officer of the state, on Wednesday said that the overall situation of Seemandhra polls has been serene. He said that while the urban populace have been involved in actively franchising their votes, the villagers have been showing reluctance to cast their votes and only a few villagers franchised their votes, so far.
The main reason for this is the distance between the polling stations from the villages. He said 15% votes have been polled by 9 a.m. on Wednesday; and with a 3% rise in the polled votes, by 10 a.m. the polls tuned out to be 18%, in an average. It is learnt that voters stood in long queues despite the fact the outside temperature is very high.
It is worth mentioning here that in Telangana, the rural areas recorded more number of votes than the urban areas. Conversely, in Seemandhra, the urban votes have been polled more than the rural areas, as of now.