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Andhra Pradesh General (Lok Sabha) Elections 2014

Andhra Pradesh General Election Results


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Andhra Pradesh Lok Sabha Election 2014 Dates



*Andhra Pradesh polling dates: 30 April (Phase 7), 7 May (Phase 8)

PC No.PC NameCategoryIssue of NotificationLast Date for filing NominationsScrutiny of NominationsLast date for withdrawal of CandidaturePolling DateCounting of VotesDate before which the election shall be Completed
1Adilabad(ST)2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
2Peddapalli(SC)2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
3KarimnagarGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
4NizamabadGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
5ZahirabadGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
6MedakGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
7MalkajgiriGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
8SecunderabadGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
9HyderabadGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
10ChelvellaGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
11MahabubnagarGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
12Nagarkurnool(SC)2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
13NalgondaGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
14BhongirGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
15Warangal(SC)2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
16Mahabubabad(ST)2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
17KhammamGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
18Araku(ST)12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
19SrikakulamGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
20VizianagaramGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
21VisakhapatnamGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
22AnakapalliGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
23KakinadaGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
24Amalapuram(SC)12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
25RajahmundryGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
26AnantapurGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
27NarsapuramGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
28EluruGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
29MachilipatnamGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
30VijayawadaGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
31GunturGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
32NarasaraopetGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
33Bapatla(SC)12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
34OngoleGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
35NandyalGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
36KurnoolGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
37HindupurGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
38KadapaGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
39NelloreGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
40Tirupati(SC)12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
41RajampetGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
42Chittoor(SC)12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May






Andhra Pradesh General (Lok Sabha) Elections 2014



The Andhra Pradesh Lok Sabha election of 2014 has assumed special significance in the national politics after the Telangana issue. The central government, earlier going ahead with the decision to make Telengana a state, rolled it back following fierce protest. In fact, the current Chief Minister of the state, Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy, has raised his voice any division of Andhra Pradesh, after Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy of YSR Congress held statewide protest against the porposed division. However, K. Chandrasekhar Rao of the Telangana Rashtra Samity (TRS) is steadfast in his demand for a separate Telangana.

With the approaching general election of 2014, the various parties are doing their best to extract as much political mileage from the issue as possible. In the last general election, the Indian National Congress (INC) won 33 out of the total 42 parliamentary constituencies (PCs). The Telugu Desham Party (TDP) won 6 seats, the Telangana Rashtra Samity (TRS) won 2 seats, and All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-Al-Muslameen won 1 seat. In fact, the current assembly of Andhra Pradesh is also ruled by the Congress. However, the eruption of pro- and anti-Telengana movements is leadong to division among the leaders and workers of the INC itself.

INC has already started talk with both TRS and YSR Congress in order to stand a better chance in the state. However, Chandrababu Naidu of TDP has come to an understanding with its past ally National Democratic Alliance, led by the BJP, and is believed to go on poll with an arrangement with them.

Major Political Parties

The major political parties of Andhra Pradesh are as follows.

Indian National Congress

The state unit of the INC is called the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC). It is headquartered in the Gandhi Bhavan of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. All the Congress party units in 23 districts of Andhra Pradesh are managed by the APCC. Its current chief is Bothsa Sathyanarayana. The current government of the state is also run by the INC, where the Chief Minister is Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy. In the last Lok Sabha election of 2009, the INC won 33 seats improving on their last election's performance, when it had secured 29 seats.

Telugu Desam Party

The TDP was founded by N.T. Rama Rao on 29 March 1982. However, since 1995 the party is headed by Nara Chandrababu Naidu. He is currently the Leader of Opposition in the state assembly. The party is headquartered at Banjara Hills in Hyderabad.

The principal motto of this party is to protect self-respect and dignity of the Telugu-speaking people. Along with this identity politics, the TDP also vouches for provision of three basic aspects of human sustenance, such as clothing, shelter, and food. Another two poll planks of TDP are empowerment of society's backward segment, youth, and women.

The TDP has performed poorly in the last two Lok Sabha elections. In 2004 and 2009 general elections it had bagged only five and six seats respectively, compared with 29 seats of 1999.

Telangana Rashtra Samithi

The TRS has assumed extreme importance, especially in the last few months, because it is perceived as the vanguard party demanding a separate state of Telangana carved out of Andhra Pradesh. This party is headed by K. Chandrashekhar Rao, who quit TDP in 2001 due to differences with Nara Chandrababu Naidu. Main aim of TRS is to achieve regional autonomy of Telangana region, as it was before the formation of the Andhra Pradesh state in 1956. In 2009, the Telangana Rashtra Samithi won 2 parliamentary constituencies.

YSR Congress Party

This party was founded by Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, son of ex-Chief Minister YSR Reddy, on 26 February , 2011. After certain disagreements with the state leaders of the INC, Jagan split with Congress. He is the new face is spearheading fast-until-death and other forms of protest to stop bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh. He has assumed significant foothold in the Seemandhra region of Andhra Pradesh. The party is yet to contest any election. Reddy will start his electoral politics with 2014 Lok Sabha election and many analysts are upbeat about good performance of YSR Congress, especially in the Seemandhra region of the state.

Opinion Polls

The election tracker of CNN-IBN-CSDS for Andhra Pradesh has projected a heavy loss for Indian National Congress if the Lok Sabha election was held in the month of January 2014. The INC is expected to win just 5-7 parliamentary constituencies in Andhra Pradesh.

The YSR Congress, which is going to fight its first-ever election after its formation, is expected to win 11 to 19 parliamentary constituencies. The Telugu Desham Party (TDP) is expected to win 9 to 15 parliamentary constituencies in Andhra Pradesh. The Telangana Rashtra Samiti or TRS is also going to fare well this time, with 4 to 8 parliamentary constituencies.

Campaigning Strategies

Strategy of Indian National Congress

The main strategy of the Indian National Congress for Andhra Pradesh in the upcoming Lok Sabha Election 2014 is to piggyback on both, the YSR Congress in the Seemandhra region, and the TRS in the Telangana region. The second strategy of the INC is to isolate TDP, as much as possible, in both Seemandhra and Telangana regions of Andhra Pradesh. It is now up to the election managers of Congress to make it successful.

Strategy of YSR Congress

The YSR Congress has undertaken an aggressive pro-united Andhra Pradesh stand. This has made the YSR Congress strong in the Seemandhra region of the state. This stance will help the party to fare good in the upcoming 2014 Parliamentary election.

Strategy of Telangana Rashtra Samithi

The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) is perceived as the party that is leading the demand for a separate Telangana. The indications are strong that this strategy will help TRS improve its Lok Sabha tally, especially in the Telangana region of the state.

Strategy of Telugu Desham Party

The Telugu Desham Party (TDP) has already forged ties with the BJP and is expected to have a pre-poll alliance with the NDA or National Democratic Front. The main Lok Sabha strategy of the party is to expose Congress's duplicity in the Telangana issue.

Election Commission of Andhra Pradesh

In September 1994, the Andhra Pradesh State Election Commission was constituted under the Constitution of India, provision of Article 243K read with Article 243ZA. Most importantly, the functions and powers of the State Election Commission are same as those of Election Commission of India, under Article 324 of the Constitution. The State Election Commission is entitled to hold elections in urban as well as rural local bodies in Andhra Pradesh.

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Andhra Pradesh

Currently, the CEO of Andhra Pradesh is Ramakanth Reddy, a 1973-batch IAS officer of Andhra Pradesh cadre. The Chief Electoral Officer works under the direct control and supervision of the ECI. Some of the functions carried out by the CEO include preparation of electoral rolls, their updation, issuance of photo identity cards to voters, re-organization or rationalization of polling stations, implementation of the Model Code of Conduct, education of voters, and many more.

Andhra Pradesh Lok Sabha Election History

Currently, the maximum number of Lok Sabha seats held is AP was by the Indian National Congress, who managed 33 out of the 42 parliamentary constituencies. Six seats are won by TDP, two by TRS, and one by the All India Majlis-e-Ittehad al Muslameen. The opposition parties constitute TDP, CPM, CPI, and BJP.

Most of the seats in the history of Lok Sabha elections in Andhra Pradesh were won by the Indian National Congress (INC). It should be kept in mind that during the first Lok Sabha election of India, held in 1951, general elections were held in Hyderabad state because the Andhra Pradesh state came into existence only on 1 November 1956. The first Lok Sabha election in Andhra Pradesh was thus held in 1957. The first dent in the parliamentary seats of INC was made by N.T. Rama Rao's newly found Telugu Desham Party (TDP) in the year 1984, the 8th General Election of India.

Parliamentary constituencies won by Indian National Congress in the consecutive general elections:
  • Won 37 parliamentary constituencies in 2nd Lok Sabha election, held in 1957
  • Won 34 parliamentary constituencies in 3rd Lok Sabha election, held in 1962
  • Won 35 parliamentary constituencies in 4th Lok Sabha election, held in 1967
  • Won 28 parliamentary constituencies in 5th Lok Sabha election, held in 1971
  • Won 41 parliamentary constituencies in 6th Lok Sabha election, held in 1977
  • Won 41 parliamentary constituencies in 7th Lok Sabha election, held in 1980
  • Won 6 parliamentary constituencies in 8th Lok Sabha election, held in 1984
  • Won 39 parliamentary constituencies in 9th Lok Sabha election, held in 1989
  • Won 25 parliamentary constituencies in 10th Lok Sabha election, held in 1991
  • Won 22 parliamentary constituencies in 11th Lok Sabha election, held in 1996
  • Won 22 parliamentary constituencies in 12th Lok Sabha election, held in 1998
  • Won 5 parliamentary constituencies in 13th Lok Sabha election, held in 1999
  • Won 29 parliamentary constituencies in 14th Lok Sabha election, held in 2004
  • Won 33 parliamentary constituencies in 15th Lok Sabha election, held in 2009
Parliamentary constituencies won by the Telegu Desham Party (TDP) in the consecutive general elections of India:
  • Won 30 parliamentary constituencies in 8th Lok Sabha election, held in 1984
  • Won 2 parliamentary constituencies in 9th Lok Sabha election, held in 1989
  • Won 13 parliamentary constituencies in 10th Lok Sabha election, held in 1991
  • Won 16 parliamentary constituencies in 11th Lok Sabha election, held in 1996
  • Won 12 parliamentary constituencies in 12th Lok Sabha election, held in 1998
  • Won 29 parliamentary constituencies in 13th Lok Sabha election, held in 1999
  • Won 5 parliamentary constituencies in 14th Lok Sabha election, held in 2004
  • Won 6 parliamentary constituencies in 15th Lok Sabha election, held in 2009
Parliamentary constituencies won by the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) in the consecutive general elections of India:
  • Won 5 parliamentary constituencies in 14th Lok Sabha election, held in 2004
  • Won 2 parliamentary constituencies in 15th Lok Sabha election, held in 2009

  Election Highlights  
Major issues and concerns Bifurcation of State: The emergence of Telangana as a new state, which has been scheduled for 2 June 2014, will cause division of votes. While some have favoured the formation of a new state, others have described it as ‘a recipe for disaster'.

Unemployment: According to the Annual Employment & Unemployment Survey (2012-13), the state had 25% unemployment. It is noteworthy that the national average is around 5%.

President's rule in Andhra Pradesh: The resignation submitted by the Chief Minister of the state on 19 February has rendered the region politically unstable. This is also going to negatively affect development projects.

Development: To fully utilise the potential of the available resources, there is a need to accelerate development of ports in the coastal areas, and of the coastal corridor road networks in the state.

Other issues
Economic security, Rural development
Quick Facts No. of PCs : 42
No. of Polling Days : 2
Polling Dates : 30 April (Phase 7), 7 May (Phase 8)
No. of Polling Stations : 69,014
No. of Polling Station locations : 43139
Total Electors : 6,23,85,901 (as on 8th February 2014)
Electors in Age Group 18 to 25 years : 16.59%
Women Electors : 49.73%
Poll Expenditure Limit per Candidate : Rs. 70 lakhs


Andhra Pradesh Parliamentary Constituency Winners 2009



PC No.PC NameCategoryWinning CandidateGenderPartyTotal Votes
1Adilabad(ST)Rathod RameshMTDP372268
2Peddapalle(SC)Dr.G.VivekanandMINC313748
3KarimnagarGENPonnam PrabhakarMINC317927
5NizamabadGENMadhu Yaskhi GoudMINC296504
5ZahirabadGENSuresh Kumar ShetkarMINC395767
6MedakGENVijaya Shanthi .MFTRS388839
7MalkajgiriGENSarvey SathyanarayanaMINC388368
8SecunderabadGENAnjan Kumar YadavMINC340549
9HyderabadGENAsaduddin OwaisiMAIMIM 308061
10ChelvellaGENJaipal Reddy SudiniMINC420807
11MahabubnagarGENK. Chandrasekhar RaoMTRS366569
12Nagarkurnool(SC)Dr. Manda JagannathMINC422745
13NalgondaGENGutha Sukender ReddyMINC493849
14BhongirGENKomatireddy Raj Gopal ReddyMINC504103
15Warangal(SC)Rajaiah SiricillaMINC396568
16Mahabubabad(ST)P. BalramMINC394447
17KhammamGENNama Nageswara RaoMTDP469368
18Araku(ST)Kishore Chandra Suryanarayana Deo VyricherlaMINC360458
19SrikakulamGENKilli Krupa RaniFINC387694
20VizianagaramGENJhansi Lakshmi BotchaFINC411584
21VisakhapatnamGENDaggubati PurandeswariFINC368812
22AnakapalliGENSabbam HariMINC369968
23KakinadaGENM.M.PallamrajuMINC323607
24Amalapuram(SC)G.V.Harsha KumarMINC368501
25RajahmundryGENAruna Kumar VundavalliMINC357449
25AnantapurGENBapiraju KanumuruMINC457876
26NarsapuramGENKavuri Sambasiva RaoMINC389422
27EluruGENKonakalla Narayana RaoMINC423777
28MachilipatnamGENLagadapati Raja GopalMTDP409936
29VijayawadaGENSambasiva RaoMINC429394
30GunturGENModugula Venugopala ReddyMINC403937
31NarasaraopetGENPanabaka LakshmiMTDP463358
32Bapatla(SC)Magunta Srinivasulu ReddyFINC460757
33OngoleGENS.P.Y.ReddyMINC450442
34NandyalGENKotla Jaya Surya Prakash ReddyMINC400023
35KurnoolGENAnantha Venkata Rami ReddyMINC382668
37HindupurGENKristappa NimmalaMTDP435753
38KadapaGENY.S. Jagan Mohan ReddyMYSRCP542611
39NelloreGENMekapati Rajamohan ReddyMYSRCP430235
40Tirupati(SC)Chinta MohanMINC428403
41RajampetGENAnnayyagari Sai PrathapMINC423910
42Chittoor(SC)Naramalli SivaprasadMTDP434376


  Parliamentary Constituencies in Andhra Pradesh  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
1Adilabad22Anakapalli
2Peddapalli23Kakinada
3Karimnagar24Amalapuram
4Nizamabad25Rajahmundry
5Zahirabad26Anantapur
6Medak27Narsapuram
7Malkajgiri28Eluru
8Secunderabad29Machilipatnam
9Hyderabad30Vijayawada
10Chelvella31Guntur
11Mahabubnagar32Narasaraopet
12Nagarkurnool33Bapatla
13Nalgonda34Ongole
14Bhongir35Nandyal
15Warangal36Kurnool
16Mahabubabad37Hindupur
17Khammam38Kadapa
18Araku39Nellore
19Srikakulam40Tirupati
20Vizianagaram41Rajampet
21Visakhapatnam42Chittoor




Last Updated on December : March 28, 2014