|• Total||35.06 km2 (13.54 sq mi)|
|• Density||1,600/km2 (4,100/sq mi)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5.30)|
|Lok Sabha constituency||peddapalli|
Bellampalli is a City in Mancherial district (Old Adilabad District) of the Indian state of Telangana. It is a municipality and mandal headquarters of Bellampalli mandal of Bellampalli revenue division.
Bellampalli is noted for its coal mines belonging to Singareni Collieries Company Limited.In entire Telangana Bellampalli has the maximum number of coal mines and opencast mines.The first coal mine was established in 1936 by the British government. Later the town developed very rapidly with the discovery and excavation of many coal mines.The coal production from the SCCL is catering to the needs of the National Thermal Power Corporation, Ramagundam and many surrounding industrial buildings such as cement plants in Devapur, steel factory in Visakhapatnam and power plants in Maharashtra
As of 2011[update] India census, Bellampalli had a population of 66,789. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Bellampalli has an average literacy rate of 65.65%, higher than the national average of 59.5%, with 57% of the males and 43% of females literate. 11% of the population is under 6 years of age. Bellampalle is proposed as a new district and its centre of Adilabad if it splits into two districts. But unfortunately, Mancherial and Asifabad were split as new districts.
Government and politics
Bellampalle Municipality was constituted in 1987 and is classified as a second grade municipality with 23 election wards. The jurisdiction of the civic body is spread over an area of 35.06 km2 (13.54 sq mi).
Bellampalli has been a traditional stronghold and birthplace of the CPI, also known as the Communist Party of India. CPI leader Gunda Mallesh won the MLA seat for Bellampally in 2009 elections.Gunda Mallesh is senior politician from Bellampally and CPI Party. He elected four times from this constituency. The ex MLA's of this of constituency are Amurajula Sreedevi and Pati Subadra.Bellampalli assembly constituency comes under Peddapalli Lok Sabha constituency.suman balka is present MP and he is a student of osmania university, Youth Wing President Is Sahith Sharma.
- MLA's of Bellampalli
- Sridevi (TDP)-2004
- Gunda Mallesh (CPI) -2009
- Durgam Chinnaih (TRS) -2014
There are 13 Villages in Bellampalli.
|Sl.No.||Name of the Mandal||Villages in the Mandal||Name of the Erstwhile Mandals from which the present Mandal is formed|
|5||Budha Khurd (R)|
|6||Budha Kalan (R)|
|10||Gurjal (R) @ Talla Gurjal|
Coal production has been very important to the economic history of Bellampalli and it is thus known as an industrial town. A chemicals and fertilizer factory also lies in the town. However, the average income of Rs. 5000/- per capita according to 1989 figures mean that the average person is living in poverty.
Bellampalli is well connected by road and train.
Bellampalli comes under south central railway and its 273 km distance towards North (Delhi route) from Hyderabad (Capital of the state)
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