The polling for the MLC elections held under the quota of the local bodies ended on Sunday. The polling started at 8’o clock and ended at 4’o in the evening. Elections were held for six seats in four districts. The elections for 2 seats in Ranga Reddy district, 2 seats for Mahbubnagar district and 1 each in Nalgonda and Khammam were held. When notification was given for the election of 12 seats, candidates for six of them were elected unanimously. Now polling was held for the rest of the six seats. A poling of 98.44 percent was recorded.
In Ranga Reddy district five candidates contested for two seats in which 769 voters voted out of 771. The polling percentage was 99.7. In Mahbubnagar district five candidates contested for 2 seats. 1257 votes were polled out of 1260 and the polling percentage was99.7. In Nalgonda district four candidates contested for one seat and 1100 votes were polled out of 1110 and the polling percentage was 99. In Khammam district 19 candidates contested for one seat and 694 votes were polled out of 725 votes and the polling percentage was 95.72.