A topic of discussion everywhere as to why the voting percentage in Hyderabad city is quite low as the general election for assembly segment got concluded other day. And there is another surprise to it. Especially in most of the areas where there is more than 80% presence of Andhra settlers and first descendants of settlers, the voter turnout is quite low. On a whole Telangana state registered around 67% of the voting, but then, there are places where there is nearly 70% turnout. figures collected at ground level are indicating that polling percentages are very low in a constituency where there are a majority of Andhra voters. While Kukatpally is said to have registered 50% turnout, LB Nagar (39%), Jubilee Hills (40%), Sanath Nagar (37%), Uppal (43%) and Serlingampally (47%) are much below than that. One wonders why half of the registered voters are missing in action. Andhra voters got hurt with various political equations and hence this bad turnout. Few analysts opined that the long weekend has forced many to ditch election and go on vacations. We have to see how the results in these constituencies are going to be like.