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    In Hyderabad, as the political campaigning for the upcoming election reaches its final phase, the demand for opening closed roads, resolving road restrictions, and merging civilian areas of the Secunderabad Cantonment Board with the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) is gaining attention. Local residents are urging candidates to prioritize these issues and ensure they are addressed in the election agenda.

    The General election by-polls in Secunderabad Cantonment were called after the sudden death of MLA G Lasya Nanditha in a road accident in February. Candidates like BRS candidate Lasya Niveditha and Congress candidate N Sriganesh are actively engaging with locals to address their concerns. Residents are particularly frustrated with road closures and arbitrary restrictions imposed by military authorities, causing inconvenience without valid reasons. Candidates have promised to expedite the merger process and address road restriction issues if elected.

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    During a recent public meeting, the Congress MLA candidate pledged to prioritize the merger of civilian areas within the Cantonment and address road restrictions. The BRS MLA candidate also made similar promises regarding these pressing matters. Residents have expressed their frustration with the lack of infrastructural development in the Cantonment area, highlighting the need for open roads and fewer restrictions.

    Many residents feel that meaningful progress can only happen through a merger with GHMC, which would enable necessary improvements in various aspects of development. They are urging political aspirants to prioritize the merger issue during discussions and engage in dialogue with relevant authorities to find solutions. Residents believe that raising these concerns during Cantonment Board meetings by the sitting MLA is crucial for bringing about positive change.

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