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Counting of Votes begins across GHMC Limits on 4th of December by 8.00 am


GHMC Election 2020 Result Status
Status Known For 150 out of 150 Wards
Party WonLeadingTotal
AIMIM44044
BJP48048
CPI000
CPM000
INC202
TDP000
TRS56056
Independents000
Others000
Total1490149


For More Results please visit Telangana Election Commission Website

As per the latest trends, the ruling Telangana Rashtriya Samithi (TRS) win Hyderabad's civic body polls while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) finish as the runner-up.

With the tremendous showing, the saffron party has not only made major inroads in Hyderabad but also signalled a warning to the regional players for the next Assembly elections in Telangana.

After staying at the second spot the entire day of vote counting, Asaduddin Owaisi-led AIMIM finish at the third spot but won't see any major change in its current standing in the GHMC.

Meanwhile, it was yet another disappointing performance for Congress as the party is expected to win just two wards in the 150-ward Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation.

Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee President N Uttam Kumar Reddy has on Friday submitted his resignation after the party's dismal performance in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) polls.

In the 150-ward GHMC, the Congress has managed to win only two wards, finishing a distant fourth after Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

"I have submitted my resignation from the post of President of Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee. I have requested the AICC to take up the process of selection of new President of Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee immediately," Reddy said in a statement.

Meanwhile, the ruling TRS is all set to retain control of the GHMC, winning 41 of the 150 seats so far, while BJP's high profile campaign appeared to have paid off, with the party winning 22 wards.

The Asaduddin Owaisi-led AIMIM continued its dominance in its traditional stronghold of the old city of Hyderabad, winning 34, as per the latest trends following the counting of votes for the GHMC polls, held on December 1.

Results have been declared for 121 seats so far. The TRS has secured a lead, winning 46 seats, followed by the AIMIM (41), BJP (32), and Congress (2).

TRS all set to retain control of GHMC

Fri 04 Dec 2020, 18:53:49
The ruling TRS looked all set to retain control of the city civic body, winning 41 of the 150 seats so far, while BJP’s high profile campaign appeared to have paid off, with the party winning 22.

The Asaduddin Owaisi-led AIMIM continued its dominance in its traditional stronghold of the old city of Hyderabad, winning 34, as per the latest trends following the counting of votes, polled on December 1.
The Congress was a distant third, winning just two seats.

The TRS was leading in at least 15 other wards, while the BJP was ahead in about 25 seats.

The BJP’s performance, if the present trend holds, leading to the saffron party possibly netting a significant number of seats, will be seen as a massive improvement against its 2016 show of winning just four seats, in alliance with the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) then.

The K Chandrasekhar Rao-led Telangana Rashtra Samiti swept the elections four years ago, winning 99 of the 150 wards.

The BJP’s impressive show is a huge morale booster for the saffron party as it comes soon after its victory in last month’s bypoll to the Dubbak Assembly constituency.



According to the latest updates, the TRS party has won 42 seats, MIM 39 seats, BJP 25 and Congress won 2 seats. 



In GHMC elections 2020, AIMIM candidate Abdul Rahman Shah won from Kanchan Bagh Qila Division

The AIMIM party had contested from 51 seats of a total of 150 in the GHMC elections held on December 1.



In GHMC elections 2020, AIMIM candidate Mahapara has won from Kurmaguda Division

The AIMIM party had contested from 51 seats of a total of 150 in the GHMC elections held on December 1.



The ruling TRS party won 13 seats in the GHMC election so far, and is leading in 47 divisions. 

The divisions where the TRS party won include Hydernagar (Narne Srinivas Rao), Bharati Nagar (Sindu Adarsh Reddy), Sanath Nagar (Lakshmi), Quthbullapur (Parijatha Gourish Goud), Chintal (Rasheeda Begum), Borabanda (Baba Fasiuddin), Balanagar (Avula Ravindar Reddy), Rangareddy Nagar (Vijaya Sekhar), RC Puram (Pushpa Ganesh), Mettuguda (Sunitha), Yousufguda (Raj Kumar Patel), Hafizpet (Pujitha), Jagadgirigutta (K Jagan) and Suraram (Satyanarayana).

After TRS, BJP managed to get six seats so far -- Gachibowli (Gangadhar Reddy), Musheerabad (Supriya), Adikmet (Sunitha Prakash Goud), Musarambagh (Bhagyalakshmi), Chaitanyapuri (Ranga Venkata Narasimha Rao), Jeedimetla (CH Tara Chandra Reddy). and is leading in 36 divisions. 

Congress Party secured two seats -- Uppal (Rajitha) and AS Rao Nagar (Sirisha Reddy).



The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) is now comfortably leading in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) elections. Until 4 p.m., it was reported that the TRS had won in 16 wards, the Congress in 2, and the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) secured victory in 25.

While it is too early to say if the TRS will repeat close to its 2016 performance of 99 seats, analysts are expecting the ruling party to win anything between 65-75 seats. An AIMIM legislator, who did not want to be quoted, said that his party will win 45 seats. 

However, a clear picture will come only by evening, once counting is fully completed. 

In Hyderabad, the AIMIM has its bastions in the Old City areas which are dominated by Muslims, which fall under the 7 assembly segments that the party, led by Hyderabad Lok Sabha member of Parliament Asaduddin Owaisi, has been winning from over a decade. 




GHMC deputy mayor and TRS candidate Baba Fasiuddin won in the election from Borabanda division. Baba Fasiuddin has been serving as deputy mayor since 2015. The party also won in Balanagar, Rangareddy Nagar, Chintal, Venkatapuram, Quthbullapura, Sanathnagar and Alwal division. 

AIMIM candidates Mohammad Muzaffar won from Santosh Nagar division and Shirin from Nawabsaheb Kunta. So far, AIMIM won in 14 divisions. At present, TRS is leading in 70 divisions, BJP in 31, AIMIM in 44 and Congress in 4 divisions.




An official announcement of the results where counting was completed so far has the TRS and the AIMIM winning seven each, while the Congress won one in 15 out of 150 wards.

According to the announcement, counting was over six wards in Charminar Zone, where all six went to the AIMIM, two in Khairatabad (TRS, AIMIM one each), two in Kukatpally (both TRS), LB Nagar (1 – Congress), Secunderabad (1 – TRS) and Serilingampally zone (3 – All TRS). 

The BJP has not won any of the seats officially announced so far.



Latest updates of GHMC elections

Fri 04 Dec 2020, 14:22:22
The latest trends of  GHMC election shows that the  Telangana Rashtriya Samithi (TRS) leading in 73 seats while AIMIM 41 seats and BJP in 25 seats and Congress on 3 seats. 
Hundreds of party workers are thronging the counting centres in the older parts of the city where counting of votes is progressing fast. A sizeable number are AIMIM party workers, followed by Bharatiya Janata Party workers.

Counting of votes is on at LB Stadium Boxing hall (Karwan circle), Mahaveer Institute of Technology (Santoshnagar) Aurora College ( Chandrayangutta), City College (Charminar), Sports Complex Amberpet (Malakpet), Kamala Nehru Polytechnic college Exhibition Grounds (Falaknuma) and Nizam college (Goshamahal) and Government Polytechnic College (Mehdipatnam) among other centres in the city.

The party workers and supporters are trying hard to gather first hand information on updates of the counting and sharing on social media platforms. The police are having a tough time in dispersing the gatherings as the crowd is swelling as the day progresses.

News of a few candidates of AIMIM including former Mayor Mohammed Majid Hussain (Mehdipatnam) winning was received with loud cheers, though these were yet to be confirmed officially.

The AIMIM party had contested from 51 seats of a total of 150 in the GHMC elections held on December 1.




Latest updates of GHMC elections

Fri 04 Dec 2020, 13:25:36
The Telangana Rashtriya Samithi (TRS) leading in 67 seats while AIMIM 32 seats, BJP in 13 seats and Congress on 3 seats. 
TRS leading in 33 seats whereas, BJP, MIM and Congress in 14, 8 and 1 seats respectively.

TRS candidate Rajkumar Patel has won from Yousufguda division
The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) leading in 31 seats, AIMIM 20 while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leading in 15 seats.



The latest trends shows that BJP leads in 88 seats, TRS 36 and AIMIM on 17 seats 
Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar said elaborate security arrangements were made for the counting of votes for the GHMC polls in the Cyberabad Commissionerate limits.

Sajjanar along with senior police officials inspected the counting process at different centres including Sentia School in Miyapur.

Around 7,000 personnel were deployed for bandobast duties and special arrangements were made in the sensitive areas.

“No rallies or processions will be permitted for 48 hours,” he said.



Among the 32 postal ballot votes in Serilingampally circle, BJP bagged nine votes, TRS secured six and 16 were declared invalid. One vote was cast for NOTA.

In Kondapur division, BJP bagged five, Gachibowli zero and Serilingampally four. Similarly, TRS secured zero postal votes in Kondapur, in Gachibowli, the party bagged one and in Serilingampally, it bagged six votes.



BJP sees emerging largest party in GHMC

Fri 04 Dec 2020, 11:22:21
The state BJP feels that it will be emerging as the single largest party in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) elections held on December 1. 

Early on, the saffron party hoped to make it win the Mayor's post capturing majority of the municipal divisions in the GHMC. But, now a reality check by the party points out that the lotus party is expecting to get about 50 divisions in the GHMC elections. 

A senior party leader said that leaving aside the ex-officio votes that decide who will be the mayor, "the party sees it will be a fractured verdict in 150 municipal divisions.

And, the TRS would not be in position to capture an absolute majority among the majority division on its own. And, the BJP if not majority, will be able to get about 50 out of the 150 divisions," is the party's assessment, he added. However, given the low voter turnout, a senior party leader overseeing the party electioneering said, "the TRS misuse of official machinery and spending crores of sums to lure the voters," might affect the winning prospects of the BJP candidates in the municipal divisions within the city.



Latest updates of GHMC polls

Fri 04 Dec 2020, 10:58:13
The BJP party is continuously leading with 72 seats, TRS 31 candidates and AIMIM leading on 13 seats. 
According to the latest updates the BJP leading on 80 seats, AIMIM on 1 seat, TRS on 29 seats

Counting of the votes cast in Tuesday’s Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) municipal polls began on Friday amid tight security.

Since paper ballots were used in the elections, the results are likely be known only late in the evening.

Postal ballots were first taken up for counting. The authorities have arranged 150 counting halls with 14 tables in each hall.



Live updates of GHMC polls

Hydernagar BJP 3, TRS 1, TDP 1 

Bowenpally TRS 8, BJP 7, invalid 2 

Bharati Nagar TRS 3, BJP 4, NOTA 1, invalid 3 

Gachibowli TRS 3, BJP 5 

Serilingampally BJP 5, TRS 3 

Begum Bazar BJP 6 TRS 1 Invalid 2

Counting of votes begins in GHMC polls

Fri 04 Dec 2020, 10:04:59
Counting of the votes cast in Tuesday’s Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) municipal polls began on Friday amid tight security.

Counting of the votes cast in all 150 divisions began at 8 a.m. at 30 places in the city with the Telangana State Election Commission deploying over 8,000 personnel.

Since paper ballots were used in the elections, the results are likely be known only late in the evening.

Postal ballots were first taken up for counting. The authorities have arranged 150 counting halls with 14 tables in each hall.

State Election Commissioner C Parthasarthy said a counting supervisor and two assistants were deployed at each table.

Police have made elaborate security arrangements in the city in view of the counting.

Prohibitory orders and traffic restrictions were imposed around counting centres.

Hyderabad, Cyberabad and Rachakonda police have imposed a ban on victory rallies for the next 48 hours.

Out of a total 74.67 lakh voters, 46.55 per cent has cast their votes in 149 divisions on Tuesday.

Polling in one division was stopped due to discrepancy in ballot paper and re-poll was held on Thursday.

The day will decide the political fortunes of 1,122 candidates.

The bitterly contested elections saw a high-decibel campaign with the participation of several central ministers and top national leaders of the BJP.

Union Ministers Amit Shah, Prakash Javadekar, Smriti Irani; BJP president J.P. Nadda and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath have campaigned for the BJP, which fought hard to wrest the key municipal body from ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS).

Congress, Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) were among the other major contesting parties.

The campaign saw no-hold-barred attack by political opponents. Remarks by some leaders created controversies.

The promise by BJP leaders to change the name of Hyderabad to Bhagyanagar if the party voted to power also sparked a row.

In the 2016 elections, TRS had captured GHMC with landslide majority of 99 in 150-member body.

The MIM was second largest party with 44 seats, while the BJP was a distant with only four seats.




GHMC election result 2020: The results for the GHMC elections are set to be declared today after the polls were conducted on December 1 amid much fanfare. Despite several appeals from the Telangana government and a high-pitch campaign by parties, polling for the 150 wards saw a dismal turnout of just 46.55 per cent (34.50 lakh) out of the total 74.67 lakh voters.

The results will determine the fate of as many as 1122 candidates in 150 divisions of the civic body. This year, the mayor's post is reserved for a woman. 

The TRS, which swept the 2016 polls it contested in alliance with AIMIM, holds 99 of the 150 seats. The AIMIM has 44, Congress 2 and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 1. 

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