The poll campaign in Chandrayangutta constituency gets sizzling, even the MIM’s favourite and second in command, Akbaruddin Owaisi, is getting his share of applause from the youth for his vociferous speeches. 

Even as the voters are pondering over whom to vote this time in the Assembly elections, candidates from different political parties including the MIM (which has been holding sway for about two decades), Praja Kutami (People’s Front), TRS, MBT are busy campaigning in different areas of the constituency. 

The constituency with unique demography and lifestyle demands distinct aspirations from the voters. The candidates have been campaigning door-to-door and interacting with locals in Barkas, Chandrayangutta, Uppuguda, Riyasat Nagar, Lalitha Nagar, Jangammet, Rakshapuram, Balapur etc. 

According to locals, the MLA candidate from different parties are seen in door-to-door campaign and interacting with public by explaining about their proposals over developments in constituency. 

All the party candidates are seen briskly campaigning and some of them also held grand public meetings, highlighting their future plans over developments. 

“The AIMIM floor leader and ‘Sher’ of Hyderabad Akbaruddin Owaisi is the MLA of constituency since 1999. This constituency has people from all kinds of caste and community and most of the locals hope that even this time Akbar would win. He remains a symbol of development in Hyderabad. 

Chandrayangutta residents praises his work and said Akbar not only developed roads and Nala in Bandlaguda, he also opened 2 schools in the constituency which provide education for free to thousands of students. He remains a voice of his constituents in Assembly and recently he provided 50 acre for graveyard.

1 Comments For This Post.
Akram Khan Says:
Before you praise MIM, check the Main Road from Chandrayangutta X Road to Errakunta, which is in bad shape since 20 years. He is coming back after 5 years touring UP, Bihar & Maharashtra.

Comment posted on November 30 2018
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