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    Constituencies with Highest/Lowest Polling Stations:

    – Jubilee Hills and Yakutpura: 133

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    – Chandrayangutta: 124

    – Malakpet: 122

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    – Charminar: 95

    – Amberpet: 104

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    In preparation for the Telangana assembly elections on November 30, a total of 3,986 polling stations have been identified in Hyderabad district. Each building will have 4 to 6 polling booths, with a majority of the stations located in public buildings. The authorities have made sure that the polling stations are on the ground floor for easy access by elderly and disabled voters. Out of the total polling stations, 1,587 have been marked as critical polling stations by the police.

    To ensure the smooth conduct of the assembly polls, Hyderabad police have requested assistance from 32 companies of central forces specifically for the critical polling stations.

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    The District Election Officer, D Ronald Rose, has announced that there are currently 90 flying squads operating in the district. Each assembly constituency has six teams consisting of an executive magistrate, a senior police officer, three armed police officials, and a videographer. Their responsibilities include addressing complaints related to Model Code of Conduct violations, election expenditure, intimidation, movement of anti-social elements, and illegal activities involving liquor, arms, and large sums of cash.

    In addition, 15 video surveillance teams and 15 video viewing teams have been deployed across all segments. Their task is to record major rallies and public meetings to ensure compliance with the Model Code of Conduct and prevent misuse of government resources such as vehicles, guesthouses, and machinery.

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