Indian general election, 1996 (Andhra Pradesh)

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Indian general election in Andhra Pradesh, 1996

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42 seats
  First party Second party Third party
  Konijeti Rosaiah BNC.jpg Lakshmiparvathi.jpeg
Leader Konijeti Rosaiah Chandrababu Naidu Lakshmi Parvathi
Party INC TDP NTRTDP(LP)
Alliance INC+ UF Nonpartisan
Seats won 22 19 0
Popular vote 12,087,596 11,548,398 3,249,267
Percentage 39.66% 37.89% 10.66%

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The Indian general election, 1996 polls in Andhra Pradesh were held for 42 seats in the state. The result was a victory for the Indian National Congress which won 22 out of 42 seats. This was the first election contested by the TDP since its leader Chandrababu Naidu ousted the party founder N. T. Rama Rao in a palace coup in August 1995 and the latter's untimely death a few months later.

Voting and Results[edit]

Results by Alliance[edit]

INC SEATS NF SEATS OTHERS SEATS
INC 22 TDP 16 AIMIM 1
CPI 2 NTRTDP(LP) 0
CPI(M) 1
TOTAL (1996) 22 TOTAL (1996) 19 TOTAL (1996) 1
TOTAL (1991) n/a TOTAL (1991) n/a TOTAL (1991) n/a

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