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    Is BJP concerned about low voter turnout despite rising mercury levels?

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    The State BJP in Hyderabad is concerned about the rising temperatures and booth-level management for the upcoming LS polls. G Kishan Reddy is contesting in Secunderabad, while K Madhavi Latha is the candidate for Hyderabad. The party is focusing on Malkajgiri, Medak, and Chevella as areas with low voter turnout.

    A senior party leader mentioned that they are aware of voting patterns in polling stations across Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy districts. Urban areas like Malkajgiri had low voter turnout in the 2018 Assembly elections, with places like Serilingampally being particularly challenging due to the presence of IT companies.

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    The party is making efforts to increase voter turnout, especially in areas with historically low participation rates. Reddy expressed disappointment at the low voting percentage in Coimbatore and urged people to come out and vote on May 13.

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    In Hyderabad LS constituency, Yakutpura had the lowest turnout at 36.69%, while areas like Goshamahal and Khairatabad had slightly higher rates. Secunderabad also struggled to reach a 50% voter turnout.

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    Troublesome constituencies with low voter turnout that the party is focusing on include Amberpet, Bahadurpura, Chandrayangutta, Charminar, Jubilee Hills, Karwan, Malakpet, Musheerabad, Nampally, Sanathnagar, LB Nagar, and Rajendranagar.

    Despite these challenges, BJP candidates in Chevella and Malkajgiri remain confident in their ability to get voters to the polling booths and secure a win over their rivals.

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