Andhra Pradesh: JSP Chief Pawan Kalyan announces first list of candidates contesting for LS and Assembly polls
Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan on Wednesday announced the first list of candidates contesting from Jana Sena Party (JSP) for upcoming Assembly and Lok Sabha elections.
JSP is the first party to announce the list of candidates for Lok Sabha and Assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh.
The party announced names of four candidates for Lok Sabha and 32 candidates for Assembly seats, thereby ruling out any alliance.
Here isthe list of candidates:
1. Amalapuram : D.M. R Sekhar2. Rajahmundry : Akula Satyanarayana 3. Visakhapatnam: Gedela Srinu Babu4. Anakapalli: Chintala Partha Saradhi
1. Yalamanchili: Sundarapu Vijay Kumar 2. Payakaraopet: Nakka Rajababu 3. Paderu: Pasupuleti Balaraju 4. Rajam: Mucha Srinivasa Rao 5. Srikakulam: Koraada Sarveswara Rao 6. Palaasa: Kotha Purnachandra Rao 7. Echerla: Baadana Venkata Janardhan(Jana) 8. Nellimarla: Lokam Naga Madhavi 9. Tuni: Raja Ashok Babu 10. Rajahmundry city: Kandula Durgesh 11. Rajole: Raapaka Vara Prasad 12. P. Gannavaram: Pamula Rajeswari 13. Kakinada City: Muttha Sasidhar 14. Anaparthi: Relangi Nageswara Rao 15. Mummidivaram: Pitani Balakrishna 16. Mandapeta: Vegulla Leelakrishna 17. Tadepalligudem: Bolisetty Srinivas 18. Unguturu: Navudu Venkataramana
19. Eluru: Reddy Appalanaidu 20. Tenali: Nadendla Manohar 21. Guntur West: Thota Chandrasekhar 22. Prathipadu: Ravela Kishore Babu 23. Vemuru: A Bharat Bhushan 24. Narasaraopet: Sayyed Jilani 25. Kaavali: Pasupuleti Sudhakar 26. Nellore Rural: Chennareddy Manukranth Reddy 27. Adoni: Mallikarjuna Rao (Mallappa) 28. Dharmavaram. Madhusudhan Reddy 29. Rajampet: Patthipati Kusuma Kumari 30. Railway Koduru: Bonasi Venkata Subbaih 31. Punganuru: Bode Ramachandra Yadav 32. Machilipatnam: Bandi Ramakrishna
The Election Commission of India on Sunday announced that Andhra Pradesh will go to polls in a single phase on April 11. Both the Lok Sabha and legislative assembly polls will be held in the state simultaneously.
The state assembly has 175 seats while Parliamentary elections will be held across 25 seats. Notably, this would be the first assembly elections in the region post-bifurcation.