Telugu Desam Party (TDP) supporters celebrate as the party leads in the Andhra Pradesh assembly elections on Tuesday. — Photo: ANI IMAGETelugu Desam Party (TDP) supporters celebrate as the party leads in the Andhra Pradesh assembly elections on Tuesday. — Photo: ANI

Festive atmosphere prevailed at the TDP headquarters as the leaders and workers joined the celebrations TDP offices across Telugu states abuzz with celebrations 

Amaravati: Celebrations broke out in the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) camp as the tripartite alliance headed by the party is set to form the government in Andhra Pradesh with a thumping majority.

As the trends show that the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is headed for a landslide victory in the Assembly polls, TDP workers began bursting firecrackers and distributing sweets. A festive atmosphere was prevailing at the TDP headquarters as the leaders and workers joined the celebrations.The TDP-led alliance was leading in 158 constituencies in the 175-member Assembly while the ruling YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) was ahead in only 20 segments. The TDP appears to be capturing power on its own with a lead in 131 segments

The TDP’s allies the Jana Sena Party (JSP) led by actor-politician Pawan Kalyan was leading in 20 constituencies while the BJP was ahead in seven segments. BJP State in-charge Siddharth Nath Singh called on Chandrababu Naidu and congratulated him on the alliance’s victory.

The NDA was also leading in 21 out of 25 Lok Sabha seats in the State. The TDP alone was ahead in 16 constituencies while its allies BJP and Jana Sena were leading in three and two seats, respectively.

Barring one, TDP was leading in all the seats it contested. The BJP was ahead in three out of six seats it contested. Jana Sena also established huge leads in both the constituencies it contested.


The leading candidates in Lok Sabha constituencies across Andhra Pradesh include G M Harish from TDP in Amalapuram (SC), C.M. Ramesh securing victory for BJP in Anakapalli, and Ambica G Lakshminarayana Valmiki emerging triumphant for TDP in Anantapur. Daggubati Purandeshwari secured victory in Rajahmundry, representing her constituency, while Y. S. Avinash Reddy emerged triumphant in Kadapa. In Araku (ST), Gumma Thanuja Rani clinched the win for YSRCP, while in Bapatla (SC), Krishna Prasad Tenneti stood out as the winner for TDP. Also Read – Andhra Pradesh hands ‘capital’ punishment to Jagan Mohan Reddy The voting for both the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh occurred on May 13, with an impressive voter turnout of 80.66 percent. List of winners/leading candidates from various constituencies Amalapuram (SC): G M Harish (TDP) Anakapalli: C.M. Ramesh (BJP) Anantapur: Ambica G Lakshminarayana Valmiki (TDP) Araku (ST): Gumma Thanuja Rani (YSRCP) Bapatla (SC): Krishna Prasad Tenneti (TDP) Chittoor (SC): Daggumalla Prasada Rao (TDP) Eluru: Putta Mahesh Kumar (TDP) Guntur: Dr. Chandra Sekhar Pemmasani (TDP) Hindupur: B K Parthasarathi (TDP) Kadapa: Y. S. Avinash Reddy (YSRCP) Kakinada: Tangella Uday Srinivas Kurnool: Bastipati Nagaraju Panchalingala (TDP) Machilipatnam: Balashowry Vallabhaneni (TDP) Nandyal: Dr. Byreddy Shabari (TDP) Narasapuram: Bhupathi Raju Srinivasa Varma (B.J.P.Varma) Narasaraopet: Lavu Srikrishna Devarayalu (TDP) Nellore: Prabhakar Reddy Vemireddy Ongole: Magunta Sreenivasulu Reddy (TDP) Rajahmundry: Daggubati Purandheshwari Rajampet: P V Midhun Reddy (YSRCP) Srikakulam: Kinjarapu Rammohan Naidu (TDP) Thirupati (SC): Gurumoorthy Maddila (YSRCP) Vijayawada: Kesineni Sivanath (TDP) Visakhapatnam: Sribharat Mathukumilli (TDP) Vizianagaram: Appalanaidu Kalisetti (TDP)


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