More than 80 per cent of polling was recorded at Nagarjuna Sagar today by 5 pm. The voters just brushed aside the Corona rules and regulations and voted in Large numbers.
Both the TRS and Congress leaders are expecting the victory. The result will be out on 2nd May. There was a smooth and peaceful polling in the constituency.
As 41 candidates were in the fray of electoral battle, 2.2 lakh voters are expected to utilise their voting right in the by-elections. From 7 am onwards, the voters appeared waiting in the long queues at the polling station to exercise their franchise.
Polling was delayed for few minutes due to technical glitches in some polling booths.
The polling would continue up to 7 pm as the Elections Commission of India has extended the polling time by two hours in view of Covid norms. Circles were drawn at the polling stations to maintain social distance by the voters in the queue lines