1994 Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly election
All 294 Legislative Assembly seats
The Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly election of 1994 took place in December 1994 in 294 constituencies in Andhra Pradesh, India. The elections were conducted to elect the government in the state of Andhra Pradesh for the next five years. The TDP secured a huge majority winning 216 seats. The Indian National Congress won only 26 seats. NTR was sworn his 3rd term as Chief Minister of the state.
|s.no||party||seats contested||seats won||seats change||vote share||swing|
|1||Telugu Desam Party||251||216||+142||44.14%||+7.60%|
|2||Indian National Congress||294||26||-155||33.85%||-13.24%|
|3||Communist Party of India||21||19||+11||3.39%||+0.75%|
|4||Communist Party of India (Marxist)||16||15||+9||2.96%||+0.50%|
|5||Bharatiya Janata Party||280||3||-2||3.89%||+2.11%|
|6||Majlis Bachao Tehreek||9||2||+2||0.49%||0.49%|
|7||All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen||20||1||-3||0.70%||-1.29%|
In Andhra Pradesh, the Vidhan Sabha, or Legislative Assembly, has 294 constituencies. 39 constituencies are reserved for the Scheduled Castes candidates and 15 constituencies are reserved for the Scheduled tribes candidates.
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