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Till recently, there was a noisy atmosphere in Munugodu.. heavy vehicles, policemen, leaders, activists, sound of drums, songs, dance etc., never before. The noise was there before. See where the leg box was without sound. People were thronging from near T Kottu to Festar Hotel. Not to mention wine shops and hotels. It should be understood that in the month of October alone, a liquor business worth Rs.300 crores has taken place. That voice..the voice before..suddenly went silent.

The crowd suddenly disappeared. Shops that were crowded till yesterday will now be brightly lit. Shops which were in heavy demand on a daily basis have suddenly seen a drop in demand. Counters appear empty. Businessmen say that their business has gone well because of the by-elections. It is said that they have earned more in this month than they have earned in a year. It is said that he also got good income through house rent. 1000 per month without rent Rs. They say that they have given 20 thousand. Overall the by-election benefited not only the leaders but also the workers and people of Munugodu.

The results of the by-elections are to be announced tomorrow. A counting center has been set up in a warehouse godown near Arjalabavi in ​​Nalgonda town. Officials have made all arrangements for the counting of votes. 21 tables were arranged in the process which started from 8 am. A supervisor, assistant supervisor and micro observer are appointed for each table. The votes deposited in EVMs in total 298 polling stations will be counted in 15 rounds. The first result is likely to be declared by 9 am. The final result is likely to be out by 1 pm. Earlier, 686 postal ballot votes were cast. The votes registered in the EVM will be counted after the counting of postal ballot votes is completed. First the EVM votes will be counted in Chautuppal Mandal. After that, the Sansthan will be moved to the EVM tables of Narayanapuram, Munugodu, Mariguda, Nampally and Gattuppal mandals. Officials have already trained staff and officials who will participate in the three-phase vote counting. Three-tier security has been arranged near the counting centre.

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