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Andhra Pradesh Bye Election

A by-election (also spelled as "bye-election"), also known as a special election, is an election held to fill a political office that has become vacant between general elections. Usually, a by-election occurs when the incumbent has died or resigned. It may also occur when the incumbent becomes ineligible to continue in office, for example because of a recall, ennoblement, a serious criminal conviction, failure to maintain a minimum attendance, bankruptcy or mental incapacity. Click here for bye election Result..>>

Andhra pradesh Political Parties

Name

Abbreviation

Symbol

Foundation Year

Current leader(s)

Telugu Desam Party

TDP

Bicycle

1982

N. Chandrababu Naidu

YSR Congress Party

YSRCP

Ceiling Fan

2009

Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy

 

Other Andhra Political Parties:
Andhra Pradesh Congress Party (APCC)
Praja Rajyam
Communist Party of India
Communist Party (M)
Telanga Rastra Samithi
Telangana Vimochana Samithi (TVS)
Janatha Dal
NTR Telugu Desam Party ( Lakshmi Parvathi)

List of Andhar Pradesh assembly Constituency

The number of constituencies of Assam Legislative Assembly at the time of its inception on 7 April 1937 was 108. In 1957 it was reduced to 105. In 1962, the number of constituencies was enhanced to 114 and since 1972, it is 126. Since 1976, 8 constituencies are reserved for the Scheduled castes candidates and 16 constituencies are reserved for Scheduled tribes candidates

Assembly Constituency Name

S.No Assembly Constituency S.No Assembly Constituency
1 Achanta 89 Narasaraopet
2 Addanki 90 Narsipatnam
3 Adoni 91 Nellimarla
4 Allagadda 92 Nellore City
5 Alur 93 Nellore Rural
6 Amadalavalasa 94 Nidadavole
7 Amalapuram 95 Nuzvid
8 Anakapalli 96 Ongole
9 Anantapur Urban 97 Paderu
10 Anaparthy 98 Palacole
11 Araku Valley 99 Palakonda
12 Atmakur 100 Palamaner
13 Avanigadda 101 Palasa
14 Badvel 102 Pamarru
15 Banaganapalle 103 Panyam
16 Bapatla 104 Parchur
17 Bhimavaram 105 Parvathipuram
18 Bhimli 106 Pathapatnam
19 Bobbili 107 Pattikonda
20 Chandragiri 108 Payakaraopet
21 Cheepurupalli 109 Pedakurapadu
22 Chilakaluripet 110 Pedana
23 Chintalapudi 111 Peddapuram
24 Chirala 112 Penamaluru
25 Chittoor 113 Pendurthi
26 Chodavaram 114 Penukonda
27 Darsi 115 Pileru
28 Denduluru 116 Pithapuram
29 Dharmavaram 117 Polavaram
30 Dhone 118 Ponnur
31 Elamanchili 119 Prathipadu
32 Eluru 120 Prathipadu_sc
33 Etcherla 121 Proddatur
34 Gajapathinagaram 122 Pulivendla
35 Gajuwaka 123 Punganur
36 Gangadhara Nellore 124 Puthalapattu
37 Gannavaram 125 Puttaparthi
38 Gannavaram_sc 126 Rajahmundry City
39 Giddalur 127 Rajam
40 Gopalapuram 128 Rajampet
41 Gudivada 129 Rajamundry Rural
42 Gudur 130 Rajanagaram
43 Guntakal 131 Ramachandrapuram
44 Guntur East 132 Rampachodavaram
45 Guntur West 133 Raptadu
46 Gurazala 134 Rayachoti
47 Hindupur 135 Rayadurg
48 Ichchapuram 136 Razole
49 Jaggampeta 137 Repalle
50 Jaggayyapeta 138 Salur
51 Jammalamadugu 139 Santhanuthalapadu
52 Kadapa 140 Sarvepalli
53 Kadiri 141 Sattenapalli
54 Kaikalur 142 Satyavedu
55 Kakinada City 143 Singanamala
56 Kakinada Rural 144 Srikakulam
57 Kalyandurg 145 Srikalahasti
58 Kamalapuram 146 Srisailam
59 Kandukur 147 Srungavarapukota
60 Kanigiri 148 Sullurpeta
61 Kavali 149 Tadepalligudem
62 Kodumur 150 Tadikonda
63 Kodur 151 Tadpatri
64 Kondapi 152 Tanuku
65 Kothapeta 153 Tekkali
66 Kovur 154 Tenali
67 Kovvur 155 Thamballapalle
68 Kuppam 156 Tirupati
69 Kurnool 157 Tiruvuru
70 Kurupam 158 Tuni
71 Macherla 159 Udayagiri
72 Machilipatnam 160 Undi
73 Madakasira 161 Unguturu
74 Madanapalle 162 Uravakonda
75 Madugula 163 Vemuru
76 Mandapeta 164 Venkatagiri
77 Mangalagiri 165 Vijayawada Central
78 Mantralayam 166 Vijayawada East
79 Markapuram 167 Vijayawada West
80 Mummidivaram 168 Vinukonda
81 Mydukur 169 Visakhapatnam East
82 Mylavaram 170 Visakhapatnam North
83 Nagari 171 Visakhapatnam South
84 Nandigama 172 Visakhapatnam West
85 Nandikotkur 173 Vizianagaram
86 Nandyal 174 Yemmiganur
87 Narasannapeta 175 Yerragondapalem
88 Narasapuram    

List of Chief Ministers of Andhra Pradesh
On 2 June 2014, Telangana was separated from Andhra Pradesh to create 29th state of the union. N. Chandrababu Naidu took oath as the Chief Minister of the residual Andhra Pradesh state on 8 June 2014. Click here for Complete list of Andhra Pradesh CM

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