In the lead-up to the Telangana elections, a substantial number of nominations flooded in, totaling 4,798 across all constituencies. However, a noteworthy 606 nominations faced rejection during the scrutiny process. Following meticulous examination, 2,898 candidates emerged as contenders for the upcoming election, highlighting the dynamic nature of the political landscape.
Commencing on November 3 with the issuance of election notifications, the nomination process spanned until November 10. A staggering 5,716 sets of nominations were filed by 4,798 candidates during this period. The scrutiny of nominations, initiated on November 13, unveiled intriguing statistics on candidate distribution across constituencies.
Gajwel takes the lead with an impressive 114 candidates vying for victory, showcasing heightened political activity. Subsequently, Medchal follows with 67 candidates, Kamareddy with 58, LBnagar with 50, Kodangal with 15, and Balkonda with 9 candidates. This diversity in participation underscores the multifaceted electoral landscape in Telangana, promising an engaging and competitive election season.