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    The Hyderabad District Election authorities have submitted a preliminary report to the Election Commission of India in response to complaints about bogus votes in the Hyderabad parliamentary constituency. District Election Officer (DEO) and GHMC Commissioner, Ronald Rose, announced that duplicated and deceased person votes have been identified and removed from the voters list, with others moved to the Absentee, Shifted, and Dead (ASD) list.

    Seven months before the elections, demographic similar entries were deleted from the voter list, but changes cannot be made after the election announcement. The DEO met with political parties to address any issues, but complaints only surfaced close to the elections. Action will be taken against individuals found to have applied for multiple votes.

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    In addition to the Hyderabad and Secunderabad parliamentary constituency elections, a by-election for the Secunderabad Cantonment assembly seat will be held on May 13. The final voter list for Greater Hyderabad district was published on February 8, showing a total of 45,70,138 voters.

    The district has 3,986 polling stations, with 8,713 ballot units, 5,383 control units, and 6,217 VVPATs. The final voters list for different commissionerates will be published before April 25. The DEO also reported seizures of cash, liquor, NDPS, precious metals, and freebies worth millions of rupees.

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    Various cases of violations and penalties were also reported, including cases related to licensed weapons and election staff skipping training. Strict action will be taken against employees who fail to attend training sessions.

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