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    Around 10,000 officials will be involved in counting votes for the Lok Sabha elections in Telangana on June 4. Vikas Raj, the official in charge, mentioned that all preparations have been completed for the counting process, which includes the Lok Sabha elections held on May 13 and the Cantoment Assembly by-election.

    Security measures have been put in place at the 34 counting centers across the state, including the imposition of Section 144 and the installation of CCTV cameras. Agents are not allowed to have electronic devices or be within 100 meters of the vote-counting hall. Four-tier security arrangements have been made at the counting centers.

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    Agents are required to arrive at their designated counting centers by 7 am, and postal ballots will be counted first. The maximum number of rounds for counting will vary across different areas, with polling results expected to be available by 3 pm. VVPATs from 5 polling centers in each Assembly segment will also be counted.

    A total of 49 observers have been appointed statewide, and political parties must submit their list of counting agents by 5 pm on Saturday. Additionally, 2,440 micro-observers will be present to ensure transparency during the counting process. Liquor shops will be closed on the day of counting, and rallies will only be allowed if permitted by local authorities.

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