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Hyderabad civic polls: TRS retains its bastion, BJP makes significant inroads winning 48 seats

DNA Friday, 4 December 2020
BJP which has made significant electoral inroads, won 48 seats finishing as runner-up. AIMIM won 44 seats performing well in its traditional bastion.
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