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    The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) has won the majority of seats in Greater Hyderabad. The Quthbullapur and Kukatpally MLAs won with more than 70,000 votes each. The BRS only lost in Ibrahimpatan, where Congress candidate Malreddy Ranga Reddy defeated MLA Kishan Reddy.

    In the Hyderabad region, including Secunderabad, LB Nagar, Uppal, Amberpet, and Patancheru, the BRS had a strong presence. They won all seven seats in the Malkajgiri district and also in Secunderabad.

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    The BRS winners in the Malkajgiri district were Ch Malla Reddy (Medchal), K P Vivekanand (Quthbullapur), G LasyaNanditha, Marri Rajashekhar Reddy (Malkajgiri), Talasani Srinivas Yadav (Sanathnagar), B Lakshma Reddy (Uppal), Madhavaram Krishna Rao (Kukatpally), and Sudhir Reddy (LB Nagar).

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    Vivekanand of Quthbullapur won by a huge margin of 85,576 votes over his rival Kuna Srisailam Goud (BJP). Krishna Rao won with 70,387 votes over Bandi Ramesh (Congress). Talasani won by 72,557 votes defeating Marri Shashidhar Reddy (BJP).

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    Minister and MLA Malla Reddy retained his seat in Malkajgiri by defeating T Vajresh Yadav (Congress) by 33,149 votes. Nanditha won by 17,169 votes over BJP’s Srinagesh.

    In Secunderabad, Padma Rao secured the seat for the second time with a margin of 45,240 votes over Adam Santhosh Kumar (Congress). Muta Gopal retained Musheerabad by 44,396 votes. In Amberpet, Kaleru Venkatesh (BRS) defeated Chenaboyanna Krishna Yadav (BJP) by 24,537 votes. Danam Nagender (BRS) retained Khairatabad defeating P Vijaya Reddy (Congress) by 22,010 votes.

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    Arekapudi Gandhi kept his Serilingampally seat with a margin of 44,065 votes. Maganti Gopinath won from Jubilee Hills by a margin of 4,434 votes, defeating Mohammad Azharuddin. Bandari Lakshma Reddy retained the Uppal seat for the BRS. In Patancheru, Gudem Mahipal Reddy (BRS) won by 7,321 votes over Katta Srinivas Goud (Congress).

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