Adilabad (Lok Sabha constituency)

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Adilabad Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 17 Lok Sabha (Lower house of the Parliament) constituencies in the state of Telangana, India.[1] This constituency is reserved for the candidates belonging to the Scheduled Tribes.

Assembly segments[edit]

Adilabad Lok Sabha constituency comprises the following Legislative Assembly segments.[2]

# [note] Name Reserved for
SC/ST/None
01 Sirpur None
05 Asifabad ST
06 Khanapur ST
07 Adilabad None
08 Boath ST
09 Nirmal None
10 Mudhole None

Members of Parliament[edit]

Lok Sabha Duration Name Party Comments
First Apr, 1952 - Apr, 1957
1,815 days
C. Madhava Reddy Socialist Party Constituency was a part of Hyderabad State [3]
Second Apr, 1957 - Mar, 1962
1,821 days
K. Ashanna Indian National Congress [4]
Third Apr, 1962 - Mar, 1967
1,796 days
G. Narayan Reddy Indian National Congress [5]
Fourth Mar, 1967 - Dec, 1970
1,394 days
Poddutoori Ganga Reddy Indian National Congress [6]
Fifth Mar, 1971 - Jan, 1977
2,136 days
Poddutoori Ganga Reddy Indian National Congress [7]
Sixth Mar, 1977 - Aug, 1979
882 days
G. Narsimha Reddy Indian National Congress [8]
Seventh Jan, 1980 - Dec, 1984
1,809 days
G. Narsimha Reddy Indian National Congress (I) [9]
Eightth Dec, 1984 - Nov, 1989
1,792 days
C. Madhava Reddy Telugu Desam Party [10]
Ninth Dec, 1989 - Mar, 1991
466 days
P. Narsa Reddy Indian National Congress (I) [11]
Tenth Jun, 1991 - May, 1996
1,786 days
Allola Indrakaran Reddy Telugu Desam Party [12]
Eleventh May, 1996 - Dec, 1997
568 days
Dr. Samudrala Venugopal Chary Telugu Desam Party [13]
Twelfth Mar, 1998 - Apr, 1999
412 days
Dr. Samudrala Venugopal Chary Telugu Desam Party [14]
Thirteenth Oct, 1999 - Feb, 2004
1,580 days
Dr. Samudrala Venugopal Chary Telugu Desam Party [15]
Fourteenth May, 2004 - Jan, 2007
975 days
T. Madhusudan Reddy Telangana Rashtra Samithi Resigned [16] [17]
Jun, 2008 - May, 2009
350 days
Allola Indrakaran Reddy Indian National Congress Elected in by-election [16]
Fifteenth May, 2009 - May, 2014
Ramesh Rathod Telugu Desam Party [18]
Sixteenth May, 2014 - Incumbent
Godam Nagesh Telangana Rashtra Samithi -

Election results[edit]

16th Lok Sabha: 2014 General Elections[edit]

General Election, 2014: Adilabad [19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BSP Rathod Sadashiv 94,420 9.03%
INC Naresh 259,557 24.82%
TDP Ramesh Rathod 184,198 17.61%
TRS Godam Nagesh 430,847 41.20%
Independent Nethawath Ramdas 41,032 3.92%
Independent Pawar Krishna 5,055 0.48%
Independent Banka Sahadev 4,787 0.46%
Independent Mosali Chinnaiah 8,859 0.85%
NOTA 17,084 1.63%

15th Lok Sabha: 2009 General Elections[edit]

General Election, 2009: Adilabad [20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
TDP Ramesh Rathod 372,268 43.11
INC Kotnak Ramesh 257,181 29.78
PRP Mesram Nago Rao 112,930 13.08
BJP Ade Tukaram 57,931 6.71
BSP Rathod Sadashiv Naik 16,471 1.91
Independent Banka Sahadevu 16,441 1.90
Independent Ganta Pentanna 13,378 1.55
Independent Nethavat Ramdas 9,157 1.06
Independent Athram Laxman Rao 7,824 0.91
Majority 115,087 13.3
Turnout 863,581 76.30 +3.88
TDP hold Swing -0.58

14th Lok Sabha: 2008 By-election[edit]

2008 By-election: Adilabad [21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
INC Allola Indrakaran Reddy 323,109 41.72
TDP Dr. Samudrala Venugopal Chary 267,139 34.49
TRS T. Madhusudan Reddy 144,455 18.65
Independent Vodnam Narsaiah 13,411 1.73
Independent Dongre Prabhakar 9,185 1.18
Independent Bolumalla Anjaiah 6,980 0.90
Independent Loka Praveen Reddy 6,010 0.77
Independent Dr. K. Padmarajan 4,118 0.53
Majority 55,970 7.23
Turnout 774,407 - -6.85
INC hold Swing +11.94

14th Lok Sabha: 2004 General Elections[edit]

General Election, 2004: Adilabad [22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
TRS Madhusudhan Reddy Takkala 415,429 49.97 +49.97
TDP Dr. Samudrala Venugopal Chary 374,455 45.04 -7.45
Peoples Republican Party Mothe Barik Rao 23,282 2.80 +0.04
Independent Nainala Goverdhan 18,171 2.19
Majority 40,974 4.93 +57.42
Turnout 831,337 72.91 +2.57
TRS hold Swing +49.97

13th Lok Sabha: 1999 General Elections[edit]

General Election, 1999: Adilabad
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
TDP Dr. Samudrala Venugopal Chary 390,308 52.49
INC Mohd. Sultan Ahmed 280,585 37.73
CPI C. Shanker Rao 35,113 4.72
Independent K.V. Narayan Rao 22,141 2.98
RPI(A) C.H. Dayanand 10,466 1.41
ATDP Sumathi Reddy 3,859 0.52
Independent MD. Chand Pasha 1,130 0.15
Majority 110,023 14.79
Turnout 743,602 70.34
TDP hold Swing +52.49

Notes[edit]

  • ^ Number (#) in the Assembly Segments table is the "Assembly Segment" number, not a serial number.

References[edit]

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  13. ^ "11th Lok Sabha". Lok Sabha. Retrieved Jan 2014. 
  14. ^ "12th Lok Sabha". Lok Sabha. Retrieved Jan 2014. 
  15. ^ "13th Lok Sabha". Lok Sabha. Retrieved Jan 2014. 
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  17. ^ "Madhusudan Reddy resignation". The Hindu. Retrieved Jan 2014. 
  18. ^ "15th Lok Sabha". Lok Sabha. Retrieved Jan 2014. 
  19. ^ "Candidates List for 2014 General Election : Adilabad". Election Commission of India. Retrieved May 6, 2014. 
  20. ^ "Election Results 2009" (pdf). Election Commission of India. Retrieved May 6, 2014. 
  21. ^ "Statistical Report on General Elections, 2004 : To the 14th Lok Sabha". Election Commission of India. Retrieved Jan 2014. 
  22. ^ "Election Results 2004". Election Commission of India. Retrieved Jan 2014. 

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