Political Parties in Andhra Pradesh



The "Andhra Pradesh Political Parties" form the backbone of the South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Andhra Pradesh has a multi- party political structure that renders a global character to the state. Being one of the most industrially developed and commercially settled state of India, most of the political parties at the national level want to establish a firm strong hold on Andhra Pradesh. However, the state parties of Andhra Pradesh have helped to retain the rich cultural heritage of the region.

The state of Andhra Pradesh believes in political stability which has been possible due to the strong and solid foundation of the various political parties. Both the national parties and the parties of the state, work in close collaboration with each other to ensure a safe and secured political environment that will help in the further development of Andhra Pradesh.

The political scenario of Andhra Pradesh has a balanced combination of the parties at the national level and parties at the state level. The state has five prominent "National Parties" and two "State Parties" that have contributed towards the development of the state.

The "National Parties" of the state of Andhra Pradesh
  • Bhartiya Janta Party
  • Bahujan Samaj Party
  • Communist Party of India
  • Communist Party of India (Marxist)
  • Indian National Congress

All the national parties have their offices in the state that co-ordinates and supervises the various developmental work in their own constituencies.

The "State Parties" of Andhra Pradesh
  • Telugu Desam Party
  • Telangana Rashtra Samity Both the state parties work towards the growth of the Telugu language, culture and tradition.


Last Updated on 20 June 2013







     


     

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