The Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) is registering a landslide victory in six of the seven Assembly segments of Vijayawada. The swearing of Mr. Reddy as Chief Minister is likely to be on May 30. The actor is contesting on two Assembly seats, Bhimavaram in West Godavari district and Gajuwaka in Visakhapatnam district. “Elections are over, results have come. Subba Reddy told media persons that the YSRC Legislature Party meeting would be held on May 25 where Mr. Reddy would be formally elected as the leader. Subbarayan. Party president Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy is heading to break the performance records of all earlier Chief Ministers N T Rama Rao and his own father Y S Rajasekhar Reddy. Jagan Mohan, who is the son of former AP Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy, said that as the Chief Minister of the state, he would urge PM Modi to grant Special Category Status for Andhra Pradesh. It also supported a number of other parties and Independents in the election. [32] He was able to secure the majority by engineering a series of defections from the UDF and with the help of other parties: Andhra State was formed from the Telugu-speaking regions of Madras State after a widespread agitation in 1953. Vote share: YSRCP (48.2%), TDP (36.42%), Others including JSP (11.70%), NOTA (1.72%). There were 20 two-member constituencies and 65 single-member constituencies. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service. YSRCP leading in 13 out of 14 Assembly constituencies in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh. The Jana Sena and TDP are neck-and-neck here. Both the DK and the DMK were secessionist advocates for Dravidistan- a separate state for Dravidians. Initial trends are coming from two Andhra Pradesh parliamentary constituencies. The Andhra Pradesh Assembly constitutes of 175 seats. B. Vinod Kumar of TRS is trailing Ponnam Prabhaker of Congress in Karimnagar with a margin of 39091 votes. The key electoral issues were lack of a rail connectivity and setting up of a medical college. With hours left for counting of votes, anxiety ran high among the contestants and the political parties which fielded them. [26] Rajaji's nomination to the Legislative Council was challenged in the Madras High Court by P. Ramamurthi, the CPI MLA from Madurai North Constituency. In the years after the 1946 election, factionalism was common place in the Congress party in Madras. YSRCP nominee is leading in Sambangi. [21][22], A large number of CPI members were elected from Andhra region of Madras state which had for some years demanded a separate state for Telugu speaking areas. The Telugu speaking regions of Madras State split to form the Andhra state in 1953, leading to the consolidation of the non-Brahmin Congress faction under the leadership of K. Kamaraj. Malabar District of the state was transferred to the new state of Kerala, and a new union territory, Laccadive, Minicoy and Amindivi Islands, was carved out. Cross voting in favour of TDP sitting MP Kinjarapu Rammohan Naidu surprises many. Each voter had to cast two votes – one for each list. [27], Members of cabinet who served between 13 April 1954 – 13 April 1957 under the Chief Ministership of Kamraj are. However, we have a request for those who can afford to subscribe: please do. C. Rajagopalachari (Rajaji) of the Indian National Congress became the Chief Minister after a series of re-alignments among various political parties and Independents. Two separate list of candidates, a general list and a reserved list, contested in those constituencies. | The Newshour Agenda, Congress stays silent on Zamanat Zapt remark by PM Modi; What is the party hiding? “We will review how the party should now function and go forward. The first Assembly elections of the residual Andhra Pradesh five years after the bifurcation was held on April 11. The TRS had earlier won all the seven Assembly segments in 2018 elections. The voting method and the plurality electoral formula were defined in The Representation of People Act, 1950. 319 candidates contested for the 85 constituencies in the Assembly. The TDP has managed to lead in just 25 seats, while the YSR Congress has extended its lead in 121 constituencies. With his party set to wrest power, Mr. Reddy on May 23 described it as people’s victory. TV5, a Telugu news channel, has predicted that TDP will get 105 seats and YSRCP 68 seats. B. Vinod Kumar, deputy leader of TRS and a staunch supporter of the party's policies, has won for the  consecutive term from  the Karimnagar Lok Sabha seat against former MP Ponnam Prabhakar Goud of Congress. Meanwhile, heavy rain lashed Anantapur city even as counting process was on at JNT University, Anantapur and Sri Krishnadevaraya University. The Indian National Congress was reduced to a minority with 152 members in an assembly of 375. This strengthened the positions of non-Brahmin Congress forces under the leadership of K. Kamaraj. 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Mr. Kalyan faces a tough battle in Gajuwaka, the largest constituency with 3.09 lakh voters, from the locals, sitting TDP MLA Palla Srinivas Rao and YSRCP’s Nagireddy Tippala. In some cases like the Coimbatore – II constituency in the 1957 election, both elected members belonged to the reserved list – the candidate with second highest number of votes in reserved list secured more votes than the highest vote getter in the general list. Barring Vijayawada East, where a TDP candidate, Gadde Ram Mohan, is leading, YSRCP candidates are leading in all other seats. To form the government, a party would need at least 88 seats. — PTI. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu resigned from his post following the TDP’s loss in the Assembly elections. The two national parties, Congress and BJP were nowhere in the scene. Year-wise brakdown of the assembly elections. The actor entered the battle ground in Andhra Pradesh, promising to provide an alternative to dynastic politics and corrupt parties. Elections to the Legislative Assembly of the Indian state of Hyderabad were held on 27 … After the first hour of counting of Assembly votes, YSRCP is leading in 5 seats, TDP is leading in 1. National and state elections have been held simultaneously. The BJP, which is expected to get the most seats in the national election… Narasimhan, who accepted it. The 2019 elections have a special place in the history of Andhra Pradesh. When Reddiar showed signs of independence, Kamaraj engineered his removal by a vote of no confidence in Congress Legislature Party on 31 March 1949. It won 4 seats from the 29 in Malabar, 43 of the 143 in the Andhra areas, 96 of the 190 Tamil constituencies and 9 of the 11 seats from Kannada speaking areas. Narasimhan who accepted it, a Raj Bhavan press communique said in Hyderabad. The two national parties, Congress and BJP were nowhere in the scene. The Janasena Party is leading in 1. He refused to run for a by-election and the Governor nominated him for the assembly's upper house (Legislative Council). To check constituency-wise results of all Andhra Pradesh assembly seats, select 'Assembly Constituencies'. Andhra Pradesh Assembly Election Constituencies. Sr. Year. The Communists had the support of most of the first time voters – landless peasants and agricultural labourers. It was considered to be a "constitutional impropriety" as the nomination of a member to the Council could be done only at the recommendation of the cabinet. Chief whip Palle Raghunath Reddy of TDP in Puttaparthi Assembly constituency. However, Home Minister and the TDP’s nominee from Peddapuram Assembly constituency N. Chinna Rajappa is enjoying a lead over his close contestant and the YSRCP’s nominee Thota Saraswathi (Vani). This tool can help detect data vulnerabilities in AI-powered systems, PUBG Mobile is coming back to India in a new avatar, New genus of treefrog discovered in Andaman Islands. Shyam Kumar of TDP, son of Deputy CM K.E. YSRCP leading in Chittoor LS constituency. The Result contains both the winner and runner up details like name of the winner and runner, gender, which party they belongs to and the number of votes they won in the Assembly Election. The elections were conducted for the remaining 372 seats.[12]. Printable version | Nov 13, 2020 12:04:42 AM | https://www.thehindu.com/elections/andhra-pradesh-assembly/andhra-pradesh-assembly-and-parliament-results-live/article27204360.ece, ‘Thousands of potential troublemakers have already been bound over’, Andhra Pradesh Assembly and parliament results live | Naidu quits as A.P. Satya Prabha respectively. [14] The 1957 elections were conducted for these 205 seats. The Y.S. Minister for Mines Sujay Krishna Rangarao and TDP nominee is leading by 2130 by votes after second round in Bobbili. Former Union Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju's daughter Aditi Gajapathi Raju is TDP's nominee here. Ananya Panday's Seraphina slip dress is a date-night delight; guess th... Mom-to-be Kareena Kapoor Khan aces comfy ethnic looks at pre-Diwali bashes,... Rama Ekadashi 2020: Significance, muhurat, parana timings, puja vidhi. Both TDP and YSRCP chiefs have retained thier strongholds. -S. Murali. Jagan Mohan Reddy. No single party obtained a simple majority to form an independent Government. Naidu quits as A.P. V. Balashowri is ahead of sitting MP K. Narayana of TDP. Rajaji was invited by Sri Prakasa to form the Government on 1 April 1952 and was sworn in on 10 April 1952.