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Bobbili Parliamentary Constituency Map and Election Results


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Bobbili Parliamentary Constituency (Lok Sabha) Results





Bobbili is a town, municipality and mandal headquarters in the south Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Bobbili Parliamentary Constituency is situated in the Vizianagaram district. The town was a former princely state and has numerous attractions. Bobbili Parliamentary Constituency is well-known for the manufacturing of the musical instrument veena.

Bobbili has a population of around 50,140 (2001 Census). Out of this, 25,044 are males while 25,096 are females. The town is 55 kilometers from Vizianagaram city.

List of Winning MP and Runner up from 1967 to till date from Bobbili Lok Sabha Constituency



YearState NamePC CodePC NamePC TypeWinnerSexPartyTotal VoteRunner UpSEXPARTYTotal Vote
1967Andhra Pradesh3BobbiliGENK.N. RaoMINC146553S. SubbinaiduMIND71356
1971Andhra Pradesh3BobbiliGENKarri Narayana RaoMINC223043Routhu Chandrasekhara RaoMSWA40874
1977Andhra Pradesh3BobbiliGENPusapati Vijayrama Gajapathi RajuMINC171095Peesapati Pundarikaksha ChariMBLD119507
1980Andhra Pradesh3BobbiliGENP.V.Gajapathi RajuMINC(I)189163Gedela Prasada RaoMJNP51037
1984Andhra Pradesh3BobbiliGENAnand Gajapathi Raju PoosapatiMTDP315156Penumetcha Samba Siva RajuMINC177573
1991Andhra Pradesh3BobbiliGENAnanda Gajapathi Raju PoosapathiMINC280335Kemburu Rama Mohana RaoMTDP252211
1996Andhra Pradesh3BobbiliGENKondapalli Pydithalli NaiduMTDP276298Botcha SatyanarayanaMINC255331
1998Andhra Pradesh3BobbiliGENKondapalli Pydithalli NaiduMTDP298961Botcha SatyanarayanaMINC272053
1999Andhra Pradesh3BobbiliGENBotcha SatyanarayanaMINC339768Aruna PadalaMTDP335947
2004Andhra Pradesh3BobbiliGENKondapalli Pydithalli NaiduMTDP373922Jhansi BotchaMINC342574


  Parliamentary Constituencies in Andhra Pradesh  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
1Araku13Guntur
2Srikakulam14Narasaraopet
3Vizianagaram15Bapatla
4Visakhapatnam16Ongole
5Anakapalli 17Nandyal
6Kakinada18Kurnool
7Amalapuram 19Anantapur
8Rajahmundry 20Hindupur
9Narsapuram21Kadapa
10Eluru22Nellore
11Machilipatnam23Tirupati
12Vijayawada24Rajampet
25Chittoor




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