Nandyal (Lok Sabha constituency)

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Nandyal Lok Sabha constituency
Current MPCurrent MP (Successful candidate - P991) name is missing at d:Q3764367
PartyQualifier Political party (102) is missing under P585 in d:Q3764367
Elected Year2014 Election
StateAndhra Pradesh
Assembly
Constituencies
Allagadda Vidhan Sabha constituency
Srisailam Vidhan Sabha constituency
Nandikotkur Vidhan Sabha constituency
Panyam Vidhan Sabha constituency
Nandyal Vidhan Sabha constituency
Banaganapalle Vidhan Sabha constituency
Dhone Vidhan Sabha constituency

Nandyal Lok Sabha constituency is one of the twenty-five lok sabha constituencies of Andhra Pradesh in India. It comprises seven assembly segments and belongs to Kurnool district.[1]

Assembly Segments[edit]

Nandyal Lok Sabha constituency presently comprises the following Legislative Assembly segments:[2]

Constituency number Name Reserved for (SC/ST/None)
253 Allagadda None
254 Srisailam None
255 Nandikotkur SC
257 Panyam None
258 Nandyal None
259 Banaganapalle None
260 Dhone None

Members of Parliament[edit]


Year Winner Party
1952 Rayasam Seshagiri Rao Independent
1957 Pendekanti Venkatasubbaiah Indian National Congress
1962 Pendekanti Venkatasubbaiah Indian National Congress
1967 Pendekanti Venkatasubbaiah Indian National Congress
1971 Pendekanti Venkatasubbaiah Indian National Congress
1977 Neelam Sanjiva Reddy Janata Party
1977 ^ Pendekanti Venkatasubbaiah (by-poll) Indian National Congress
1980 Pendekanti Venkatasubbaiah Indian National Congress
1984 Maddur Subba Reddy Telugu Desam Party
1989 Bojja Venkata Reddy Indian National Congress
1991 Gangula Prathapa Reddy Indian National Congress
1991 ^ P. V. Narasimha Rao (by-poll) Indian National Congress
1996 P. V. Narasimha Rao (Retained Berhampur Seat) Indian National Congress
1996 ^ Bhuma Nagi Reddy (by-poll) Telugu Desam Party
1998 Bhuma Nagi Reddy Telugu Desam Party
1999 Bhuma Nagi Reddy Telugu Desam Party
2004 S. P. Y. Reddy Indian National Congress
2009 S. P. Y. Reddy Indian National Congress
2014 S. P. Y. Reddy YSR Congress Party
2019 Pocha Brahmananda Reddy YSR Congress Party

^ by poll

Election results[edit]

General Elections 1989[edit]

General Election, 1989: Nandyal
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Bojja Venkata Reddy 370,097 53.63 +8.61
Telugu Desam Madduru Subba Reddy 313,835 45.48 -8.66
Majority 56,262 8.15
Turnout 690,103 68.93 -0.15
INC gain from Telugu Desam Swing

General Elections 1991[edit]

General Election, 1991: Nandyal
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Gangula Prathapa Reddy 377,556 60.10 +6.47
Telugu Desam Challa Rama Krishna Reddy 190,790 30.37 -15.08
Majority 186,766 29.73
Turnout 628,186 62.53 -6.40
INC hold Swing

By Election 1991[edit]

By Election, 1991: Nandyal
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC P. V. Narasimha Rao 6,26,241 89.48
BJP Bangaru Laxman 45,944 6.56
Independent M. Subba Reddy 20,398 2.91
Independent M. Narsimhulu 2,524 0.36
Independent R. Krishnamurthy 1,684 0.24
Majority 5,80,297 82.92
Turnout 6,99,846 69.66
INC hold Swing

General Elections 1996[edit]

General Election, 1996: Nandyal
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC P. V. Narasimha Rao 366,431 50.42 -9.68
Telugu Desam Bhuma Nagi Reddy 267,901 36.86 +6,49
NTRTDP(LP) Byreddy Seshasayana Reddy 74,078 10.19
Majority 98,530 13.56
Turnout 726,726 64.70 +2.17
INC hold Swing

By Election 1996[edit]

By Election, 1996: Nandyal
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Telugu Desam Bhuma Nagi Reddy 5,67,042 80.94
INC P. V. Rangayya Naidu 1,26,892 18.11
Independent R. Bhupal Reddy 1,585 0.23
Independent Kaka Joginder Singh 1,506 0.21
BRP Madagunda Anasuyamma 1,475 0.21
Majority 4,40,150 62.83
Turnout 7,00,579 62.36
Telugu Desam gain from INC Swing

General Elections 1998[edit]

General Election, 1998: Nandyal
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Telugu Desam Bhuma Nagi Reddy 338,100 48.47 +11.61
INC Gangula Prathapa Reddy 333,450 47.80 -2.62
BJP Syed Jaffar Ali Khan 18,841 2.70
Majority 4,650 0.67
Turnout 697,579 63.26 -1.34
Telugu Desam gain from INC Swing

General Elections 1999[edit]

General Election, 1999: Nandyal
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Telugu Desam Bhuma Nagi Reddy 391,655 53.68 +5.21
INC Gangula Prathapa Reddy 319,046 43.73 -4.07
Majority 72,609 9.95
Turnout 729,632 65.35 +2.09
Telugu Desam hold Swing

General Elections 2004[edit]

General Election, 2004: Nandyal
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC S. P. Y. Reddy 458,526 55.25 +11.52
Telugu Desam Shobha Nagi Reddy 346,847 41.79 -11.89
Independent Laku Obulesu 7,662 0.92
BSP A. C V. Subbaiah 7,468 0.90
TRS S Vasudev Prasad 2,682 0.32
Majority 111,679 13.46
Turnout 829,976 70.20 +4.85
INC gain from Telugu Desam Swing

General Elections 2009[edit]

General Election, 2009: Nandyal
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC S. P. Y. Reddy 400,023 40.21 -15.04
Telugu Desam Nasyam Mohammed Farook 309,176 31.08 -10.71
Praja Rajyam Bhuma Nagi Reddy 220.829 22.20
BSP S.Mohammed Ismail 7,611 0.77 -0.13
Majority 90,847 9.13
Turnout 994,826 73.22 +3.02
INC hold Swing

General Elections 2014[edit]

General Election, 2014: Nandyal
Party Candidate Votes % ±
YSR Congress S. P. Y. Reddy 622,411 51.65 N/A
Telugu Desam Nasyam Mohammed Farook 516,645 42.88 +11.80
INC B.Y.Ramaiah 16,378 1.36 -38.85
BSP Obulesu Thudum 11,784 0.98 +0.21
JSP Nossam Mallikarjuna Reddy 7,189 0.60 N/A
AIMIM P.V.N. Reddy 5,598 0.46 N/A
AAP Ullagi David Jaya Kumar 2,499 0.21
NOTA None of the Above 7,155 0.59
Majority 105,766 9.13
Turnout 1,189,659 76.71 +3.02
YSR Congress gain from INC Swing

General Election 2019[edit]

General Election, 2019: Nandyal
Party Candidate Votes % ±
YSR Congress Pocha Brahmananda Reddy 7,20,888 55.49 +3.84
Telugu Desam Mandra Sivananda Reddy 4,70,769 36.24 -6.64
Jana Sena S. P. Y. Reddy 38,871 2.99 +2.99
Majority 2,50,119
Turnout 12,99,785 81.07
YSR Congress hold Swing

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies Order, 2008" (PDF). The Election Commission of India. 17 December 2018. p. 31. Archived from the original (PDF) on 3 October 2018. Retrieved 24 May 2019.
  2. ^ "Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies Order, 2008" (PDF). The Election Commission of India. p. 31.

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Lok Sabha
Preceded by
Ballia
Constituency represented by the Prime Minister
1991-1996
Succeeded by
Lucknow