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Impasse continues over standing committee poll

Special Correspondent

HYDERABAD: Just two days to go for the GHMC Standing Committee election, there is no sign if the ruling Congress has decided its final eight candidates.

The party has already come to an understanding with its ally Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) to “give” seven seats in the 15-member committee, which will vet the financial proposals of the civic body. Yet, as many as 26 Congress corporators have filed their nominations to be in the fray. Along with them, there are four TDP corporators and a lone BJP corporator trying their luck expecting cross voting among the Congress ranks. Election of the 15 corporators for the committee is by the way of a secret ballot where all the 150 corporators will be participating on Wednesday.

The Mayor will be presiding over the Standing Committee proceedings.

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