KCR to vote in Chintamadaka

KCR to vote in Chintamadaka
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After being involved in a relentless election campaign for last few weeks to woo voters, party chiefs and key leaders from various parties will be exercising their voting franchise at different places in the city on Friday

Hyderabad: After being involved in a relentless election campaign for last few weeks to woo voters, party chiefs and key leaders from various parties will be exercising their voting franchise at different places in the city on Friday.

TRS president K Chandrashekar Rao and his wife will be casting their vote in Chintamadaka village that is part of Siddipet Assembly segment at 8 am, while TPCC president N Uttam Kumar Reddy and his wife Padmavathi will vote in Kodad.

Chandrashekhar’s Rao's nephew and TRS contestant from Siddipet T Harish Rao will cast his vote at 8 am, along with his wife, in a polling booth set up in Ambitus School, Siddipet.

KT Rama Rao, who is contesting from Sircilla assembly segment, will, however, cast his ballot in polling booth set up in St. Nizami's High School, Banjara Hills of Khairatabad Assembly segment. KTR's sister and Nizamabad MP Kalvakuntla Kavitha will cast her vote at 9 am along with her husband in government primary school, Pothangal of Bodhan assembly. TJS chief Prof Kodandaram, who is not in electoral fray in this election, will cast his ballot at 8 am in a polling station in Tarnaka.

BJP leaders will be exercising their franchise in various polling booths in the state capital. Dr K Laxman (8 am at Shantinekatan Grounds in Chikkadapally), P Muralidhar Rao (7.45 am in DD Colony), Bandaru Dattatreya (10 am at JV High School, Ramnagar), G Kishan Reddy (7 am at Deeksha Model School, Kachiguda), N Ramachander Rao (7 am at Tarnaka), N Indrasena Reddy (7 am at St Mary's School, Saleemnagar, Malakpet), Perala Sekhar Rao (at 4 pm at NTR Nagar, LB Nagar) would be casting their votes.

BJP's star campaigner Swami Paripoornananda will cast his vote at 10.30 am in Jubilee Hills Club. Former Union minister and Congress veteran Jaipal Reddy will be casting his vote at 11.30 am in Jubilee Hills International Centre (Jubilee Hills Club).

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