Hyderabad: The low voter turnout in Tuesday’s elections has left the BJP and the Congress worried, more particularly the former which had mounted a massive campaign to win more wards in the GHMC, which covers 24 Assembly segments and five Lok Sabha constituencies.
With the final voting percentage figures coming in, the TRS sounded more confident that it would form the GHMC Council for the second term running. The AIMIM also sounded comfortable and even hoped to wrest Ghansi Bazaar which it had lost by a few votes in 2016.
Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao has called for a meeting of party election incharges of all divisions at Pragathi Bhavan on Wednesday to get a sense of the polling trends. Sources said that he cautioned the leaders against making any claims with regard to the numbers till the party reviews the situation with more data at hand.
Sources said that the ground reports as of Tuesday night indicated that the TRS had a clear edge in 75 divisions. TRS…