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    AIMIM maintains lead in Malakpet constituency despite strong competition from resurgent BJP, TDP, and Congress

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    The Malakpet Assembly constituency in Hyderabad has always been politically interesting. The BJP, TDP, and Congress all have a strong presence in the area, but the AIMIM consistently consolidates its vote share to win the seat. The constituency has a mixed population of educated, middle-class voters who are flexible in their choice of candidate. Before delimitation in 2009, both BJP and Congress had strong cadres in the area.

    The incumbent three-time MLA, Ahmed Bin Abdullah Balala, is expected to run again in the upcoming election. Political analysts believe that Balala has solidified his position in the constituency by being accessible to people and addressing their grievances promptly. However, the MIM may face tough competition from both the TDP and BJP in this election. The constituency was traditionally a BJP seat, but it was won by the Congress in 2004 and later by the MIM through alliances with other parties.

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    In the past, the BJP and TDP have fielded candidates in Malakpet. In 2014, the BJP came in second place and gave a tough competition to the MIM. The Mehdavi Muslim community vote share and voters from the Seemandhra region could play a significant role in determining the election’s outcome. However, there are concerns among voters, especially the youth, about the lack of development in the area. The announcement of an IT tower in Malakpet by the ruling party has not been followed through, leading voters to believe that development efforts are focused on districts where the ruling party has an advantage.

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    Malakpet is home to several famous landmarks, including Race Club, Mahbub Mansion Market, Asman Garh Palace, Monsieur Raymond’s Tomb, and the Palmetum botanical garden developed by GHMC.

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