N. Chandrababu Naidu, who holds some records including longest-serving Prime Minister in Andhra Pradesh, finds himself at a crossroads as his Telugu Desam Party (TDP) suffered defeat in both the Assembly and Lok Sabha elections and has thwarted their kingmaker hopes arise at the national level.
The first remaining Andhra Pradesh Assembly elections five years after the fork were held on 11 April.
The TDP, which won 102 seats in the assembly in 2014, is now likely to have just 24 seats in the 175-member AP assembly as the opposition's main congress party, YSR, heads for a landslide victory with 150 seats.
While the TDP ran in the 2014 election in alliance with the BJP and with external support from Jana Sena, it ran alone in the 2019 general election and faced defeat.
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Assembly | 2 a.m, 24. May
Party results at 2:00 p.m
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Assembly | 10:40 p.m
YSRC wins 29 seats and leads by another 120 seats; with a landslide victory in the polls of the assembly
The YSR Congress virtually decimated the Chandrababu Naidu-led TDP and faced an overwhelming victory in Andhra Pradesh, with its candidates winning 29 seats and leading another 120.
The ruling Telugu Desam party won four seats and led in 21 segments, while the actor and politician's Jana Sena party won one, according to the latest Electoral Commission data.
The Y.S. The YSRC, led by Jagan Mohan Reddy, could eventually secure a three-quarters majority in the 175-strong assembly.
The YSRC Legislature Party will meet with Amaravati on May 25 to appoint Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy as leader who will be sworn in as Chief Minister on May 30.
Mister. Reddy told reporters that he would be sworn in as a CM in Vijayawada on May 30 and promised to establish governance that the country will stand up and wait for.
With his party poised to take power, Mr Reddy on May 23 described it as a victory for the people.
Calling his party's strong performance in the State Assembly polls and Lok Sabha elections a "new chapter" in the history of Andhra Pradesh, Reddy told reporters that such a large mandate comes with enormous responsibility.
"I will make sure I live up to those expectations," he added.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Mr Reddy and congratulated him. He also previously had a congratulatory message to Mr. Reddi on Twitter.
“Congratulations on the remarkable victory in Andhra Pradesh. I wish you all the best for a successful term in office,” he said.
Mister. Reddy congratulated Mr Modi on the BJP's amazing performance in the Lok Sabha polls.
The head of the YSRC stated that their fight to secure special category status for Andhra Pradesh will continue.
Telangana Prime Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao congratulated Mr. Reddy on the YSRC's landslide victory in the general election.
Wish Mr. Reddy well, Mr. Rao hoped he would continue to lead the AP on the path of progress.
Several key TDP leaders, including many ministers, are on the verge of defeat.—PTI
Montage | 20.00
Naidu resigns when A.P. CM after TDP defeat
The Prime Minister of Andhra Pradesh, N. Chandrababu Naidu, resigned from his post following the TDP's defeat in the general elections.
He submitted his resignation to the Governor of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana E.S.L. a. Narasimhan, who accepted, said a press release from Raj Bhavan in Hyderabad.
“Sri Nara Chandrababu Naidu, Prime Minister of Andhra Pradesh has submitted his resignation to the Governor.
"The Venerable Governor has asked Sri Nara Chandrababu Naidu, accepting his resignation effective this afternoon, to continue in office pending the formation of a new government," he said.—PTI
Lok Sabha | 20:00
Accept the verdict of the people: Chandrababu Naidu
Telugu Desam President N. Chandrababu Naidu said he accepts the verdict of the people of Andhra Pradesh and congratulated the YSR Congress Party on their victory in the state's general and Lok Sabha elections.
He also congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the BJP and Chief Minister of Odisha Naveen Patnaik on their electoral victories.
“The elections are over, the results are in. In a democracy it is our responsibility to accept the judgment of the people. I congratulate YSR Congress President Jaganmohan Reddy on his party's victory," Mr Naidu said at a press conference.
He said TDP will now review the results and announce future action.
"Let's review how the party should work now and move on. I won't say anything now," he replied to a question.
Mister. Naidu passed his resignation as Chief Minister to State Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan who accepted.—PTI
Assembly | 4:20 p.m
Father and daughter of the Kurupam royal family face defeat
V. Kishore Chandra Deo and V. Shruti Devi, the father-daughter duo of the Kurupam royal family, both experienced defeat at the seat of Araku Lok Sabha in Andhra Pradesh.
while Mr. Deo, former Union Minister, ran as TDP candidate, Ms. Devi was nominated by Congress. Interestingly Mr. Deo joined the TDP shortly before the elections.
When the votes were counted on May 23, the father and daughter finished second and third, respectively, with YSR Congress candidate Goddeti Madhavi taking the lead. Both Mrs. Devi and Mrs. Madhavi - daughter of two-time CPI MLA, the late G. Demudu - make their debuts in electoral politics.
Assembly | 4:15 p.m
YSRCP leads in six out of seven segments of the Vijayawada Assembly
The Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) records a landslide victory in six of the seven segments of the Vijayawada Assembly.
With the exception of Vijayawada East, where a TDP candidate, Gadde Ram Mohan, leads, YSRCP candidates lead in all other seats.
M. Vishnu Vardhan leads in Vijayawada Central; Velam Palli Srinivasa Rao in Vijayawada East; K. Rakshana Nidhi in Tiruvuru; Udayabhanu Samineni em Jaggayyapeta; M. Jaganmohan Rao in Nandigama; und Vasantha Venkata Krishna Prasad in Mylavaram.
Chandrababu Naidu did not win Kuppam electoral district
TDP President and Prime Minister N.Chandrababu Naidu wins the Kuppam Assembly constituency by a margin of 29,993 votes after 19 rounds of counting, defeating YSRC candidate K. Chandramouli.
TDP and YSRCP clash in Anantapur
Ten people were injured, three bicycles, a Kirana shop burned down in Venkatagiripanyam when supporters of the TSR Congress Party and Telugu Desam Party clashed in Andhra Pradesh's Anantapur district on Thursday afternoon while the results of the elections were being announced.
Meanwhile, heavy rains hit Anantapur city while the counting process was underway at JNT University, Anantapur and Sri Krishnadevaraya University. While the counting process was unaffected, other auxiliaries housed in makeshift sheds were affected. However, the rain gave citizens some much-needed relief and symbolically extinguished the election heat.
Assembly | 3:30 p.m
Pawan Kalyan loses in both parliamentary constituencies
Actor-turned-politician Pawan Kalyan, who has submitted nomination papers from two members of the assembly, Bhimavaram and Gajuwaka, is trailing his YSRCP contenders in both places.
In Gajuwaka, party leader Jana Sena loses to Nagireddy Tippala by a margin of 2,948 votes and in his native Bhimavaram he loses to Grandhi Srinivas by 1,424 votes.
The Jana Sena Party of Kalyan was formed after the partition of Andhra Pradesh in 2014.
The actor entered the battlefield in Andhra Pradesh promising to offer an alternative to dynastic politics and corrupt parties.
Lok Sabha | 15h20
The cross vote in favor of TDP MP Kinjarapu Rammohan Naidu surprised many. Though trailing the TDP-MLA candidates by a wide margin, he is fighting hard against YSRCP MP candidate Duvvada Srinivas. Mister. Rammohan Naidu received 158225 votes. Mister. Srinivas received 158,569 votes. The YSRCP candidate gets a narrow lead.
Will the YSR Congress be the third largest party in Lok Sabha?
The YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) leads in all 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in Andhra Pradesh. The party leads in 151 of the 175 constituencies of the National Assembly. The leader of the party, Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, is on the verge of breaking the performance records of all previous prime ministers, N.T. Rama Rao, and his own father, Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy.
The YSR Congress Party is emerging as the third largest party after the Lok Sabha Congress.
Kadapa TDP District Chairman R. Srinivasa Reddy resigns his party post and accepts moral responsibility for the party's electoral defeat.
APSRTC zonal chair Reddam Venkatasubba Reddy is also resigning.
Former Union Minister and TDP MP P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju is 4,000 votes behind for the Vizianagaram Parliament seat. Her opponent and YSRCP candidate, Bellana Chandrasekhar, receives a narrow majority in each round.
Lok Sabha | 3:00 p.m
Party position at 2:45 p.m.
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Assembly | 2:20 p.m
Jagan is set to become CM and leads the party to landslide victory
Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, 46, is poised to become the second Prime Minister of the rest of Andhra Pradesh after leading his YSRCP to a landslide victory. As of 14:00 the YSRCP leads 145 of the 175 seats in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly, leaving only about 25 for the TDP and five for other parties including Pawan Kalyan's Jana Sena party.
The two national parties Congress and BJP were not present.
The YSRCP continued the same trend in the Lok Sabha elections, leading with 24 out of 25 seats. At 1:30 p.m., the YSRCP had 50.3% of the votes and the TDP 38%. The two national parties Congress and BJP were not present.
As a message from Mr. After Reddy was scattered, a large number of his supporters gathered at the YSRCP office in Tadepalli in the Amaravati capital region to celebrate the great victory. A supporter brought a large sign that read "Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, Prime Minister of Andhra Pradesh”.
YSRCP Senior Leader, S.V. Subba Reddy told the media that the 25th YSRC Legislative Party meeting would formally elect Reddy as leader. Mr Reddy's inauguration as Prime Minister is expected to be on May 30th.
Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu can submit his resignation in the evening.
The YSR Congress leads in 151 assemblies, 24 Lok Sabha seats
Of the 18 assembly segments and 3 Lok Sabha seats in East Godavari district, candidates from the opposition Congress Party YSR have won the most seats since vote counting began on Thursday morning.
As of afternoon, the YSRCP leads 13 Assembly constituencies and 2 Lok Sabha constituencies. However, Interior Minister and TDP candidate from Peddapuram Assembly constituency N. Chinna Rajappa has an advantage over his close rival and YSRCP candidate Thota Saraswathi (Vani).
Lok Sabha | 12h30
TDP ready to route Prakasam
The largest opposition congress party, the YSR, is ready to inflict a crushing defeat on the ruling Telugu Desam party in the Prakasam district.
Environment Minister Sidda Raghava Rao of the TDP is trailing three-time MP Magunta Srinivasula Reddy by over 50,000 votes after 5 rounds of counting for the Ongole Lok Sabha seat.
Former Minister of State Balineni Srinivasa Reddy has built a lead of more than 10,000 votes over MLA seat D. Janardhana Rao for the Ongole Assembly seat, while another former Minister of State M. Mahidhar Reddy won by more than 1,000 votes in the Kandukur assembly runs constituency.
YSRCP nominees M. Venkaiah (Kondepi), B. Madhusudan Yadav (Kanigiri), K. Nagarjuna Reddy (Markapur), A. Suresh (Yerragondapalem) and Anna Rambabu (Giddalur) achieved peak positions between 1,500 and 10,000 votes.
With the leadership rotating after each round of counting, it is a neck-and-neck race between senior TDP leader Karnam Balarama Krishnamurthy and MLA Amanchi Krishnamohan of the YSRCP in the Chirala Assembly constituency, and between TDP candidates G. Ravikumar and B. Ch. Garataiah of the YSRCP in Addanki. Former Minister D.Venkateswara Rao of YSRCP and current TDP MLA Y.Sambasiva Rao in Parchur also have a heated argument. 🇧🇷S. Murali
Assembly | 12:20 p.m
YSRC nears clean sweep in Kadapa district
The YSR Congress Party has made steady progress and all ten constituencies in Kadapa, the home district of party founder Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy. The same trend can also be seen in the two parliamentary constituencies of Kadapa and Rajampet.
The Kadapa district in the heart of Rayalaseema was always considered a Congress stronghold during the regime of YS Rajasekhara Reddy and later a strong Jagan territory. The district voters have behaved as expected since the first ballot.
The TDP candidates in Kamalapuram and Jammalamadugu constituencies, namely Putha Narasimha Reddy and P. Ramasubba Reddy, first showed semblance of leadership only to be overtaken in successive rounds by YSRC candidates P. Ravindranath Reddy and M. Sudheer Reddy respectively to become.
The TDP has high hopes for Rajampet, Jammalamadugu and Rayachoti constituencies but appears to be well behind the YSR Congress in all ten segments.
A similar trend is evident in the Kadapa and Rajampet Lok Sabha seats, where Congressional candidates YSR, Y.S. Avinash Reddy and P.V. Midhun Reddy built a clear lead over his closest TDP competitors C. Adinarayana Reddy and D.A. Satya Prabha or 🇧🇷VON AD Rangarajan
Assembly | at 12 p.m
Kangati Sreedevi ist YSRCP-Führer in Pattikonda
YSRCP's Kangati Sreedevi leads election in Pattikonda in Kurnool district against K.E. Shyam Kumar by TDP, son of Assistant CM K.E. Krishnamurthy by a margin of 4,033 votes.
Woman. Sreedevi, wife of the slain YSRCP leader and then constituency leader of Pattikonda C. Narayana Reddy, first entered combat after her husband's 2017 assassination. Kumar if. However, the police dropped the charges against him.
In 2015 Mr. Krishnamurthy announced that his son, KE Shyam Kumar, would run for Pattikonda in his place.
Assembly | 11:35 a.m
A neck-and-neck race for Irrigation Minister Uma Maheswararao Devineni and Vasanta Krishna Prasad of the YSRCP in Mylavaram, where Mr Rao is in last place by a margin of 27 votes.
An active member of the TDP although not in power, Mr. Umamaheswara Rao has become a titan over the past five years, serving as Prime Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu's right-hand man. He is also the party's main weapon against opposition leader Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Montage |11:20 a.man
YSR Congress just before landslide victory
With trends available for 168 of the 175 Andhra Assembly seats, the YSR Congress is on course for a landslide victory. The YSR Congress leads with 142 seats and the ruling TDP is second with 25. The Janasena party leads with 1.
Updated at 11:15:02
The TDP and YSRCP bosses kept their strongholds. In Kuppam, which has been CM Chandrababu Naidu's citadel since 1989, Mr. Naidu leads K Chandramouli of the YSRCP by a margin of 1,126 votes.
In Pulivendula, YS Jaganmohan Reddy is trailing TDP's Venkata Satish Kumar Reddy by a margin of 11,565 votes.
Pawan Kalyan, who turned politician and contested elections for the first time, trails YSRCP's Nagireddy Tippala by a slim 204 votes. Your party leads in a constituency.
Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu leads in Kuppam by just 1,126 votes. The TDP managed to take the lead by just 25 seats, while the YSR Congress extended its lead to 121 constituencies.
While YSRCP received 50.8% of the votes, TDP received 38.4%.
Although the newly introduced Jana Sena managed to collect 6% of the vote.
YSRCP leads in 13 out of 14 assembly constituencies in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh. NT Rama Rao's son and film actor Nandamuri Balakrishna is the only TDP candidate to lead after the first round of counting.
B. Vinod Kumar of TRS is behind Ponnam Prabhaker of the Karimnagar Congress by a margin of 39,091 votes.
B. Vinod Kumar, Vice Chairman of the TRS and a staunch supporter of party politics, won the seat of Karimnagar Lok Sabha for a consecutive term against former Congressman Ponnam Prabhakar Goud.
The TRS had already won all seven segments of the assembly in the 2018 election. The main voting issues were the lack of rail connections and the creation of a medical school.
Y.S Avinash Reddy wins Kadapa's Loksabha seat over TDP's Adi Narayana Reddy by a margin of 2,846 votes.
The YSRCP's Bellana Chandra Sekhar trails TDP candidate and former Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Babu by a margin of over 2,500 votes.
In the Hindupur parliamentary constituency, YSRCP candidate Gorantla Madhav leads TDP's Nimmala Kishtappa by just 6 votes after tallying a lakh of the votes.
YSRCP's Duddukunta Sreedhar Reedy leads the government after the first round by 2,929 votes. Head of TDP whips Palle Raghunath Reddy in Puttaparthi Assembly constituency.
Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu leads in Kuppam by a slim majority of 1,500 votes.
YSRC leads in 11 of the 13 assembly seats in Chittoor District. YSRCP leads in Chittoor LS constituency.
Mines Minister Sujay Krishna Rangarao and the TDP candidate lead by 2130 votes after the second ballot in Bobbili. YSRCP candidate performs in Sambangi.
At the Narsipatnam Assembly, Minister Ch. Ayyanna Patrudu declared is behind. YSRCP's Uma Shankar Ganesh leads in the 1st round with 702 votes
visakhapatnam | 10:00PM
Gajuwaka AS YSRCP candidate Tippala Nagi Reddy leads in absentee ballot ahead of JSP's Pawan Kalyan.
In the Southern Assembly constituency in Visakhapatnam, TDP's Ganesh Kumar leads after the first round. In East Vizag, V. Ramakrisha Babu of TDP leads with 1600 votes at the end of Round 1
In the Visakha South Assembly, Vasupalli leads Ganesh Kumar of TDP with 800 votes in the 1st round.
YSRCP is a leader in 11 out of 15 assembly segments in Visakha district. The TDP leads in four constituencies.
O Kandidat für YSRCP, Kolagatla Veerabhadra Swamy, Führer mit 255 Stimmen von Vizianagaram. Ein filha do Ex-Ministro da União Ashok Gajapathi Raju, Aditi Gajapathi Raju, ist hier ein Kandidat der TDP.
After the first hour of assembly vote counting, YSRCP leads with 5 seats, TDP with 1.
Percentage of voting rights: YSRCP (48.2%), TDP (36.42%), Others including JSP (11.70%), NOTE (1.72%).
YSRCP leads in general elections
The first trends come from two parliamentary constituencies in Andhra Pradesh.
YSRCP leads in Srikakulam Parliamentary Constituency. Duvvada Srinivas is ahead of K. Ram Mohan Naidu (TDP).
YSRCP is also a leader in Machilipatnam Parliamentary Constituency. V. Balashowri is ahead of TDP MP K. Narayana. The Jana Sena and TDP are tied here.
rising of a star
Hyderabad, Telangana, 04/04/2019 : Pawan Kalyan, Jana Sena party leader, holds during the election campaign before the Lok Sabha elections in L.B. Stadium in Hyderabad on April 04, 2019. Photo: Nagara Gopal / The Hindu
Actor-turned-politician Pawan Kalyan has entered the battlefield in Andhra Pradesh vowing to offer an alternative to "dynastic politics and corrupt parties". The actor is vying for two seats in the assembly, Bhimavaram in West Godavari district and Gajuwaka in Visakhapatnam district.
Kalyan faces an uphill battle from locals, TDP MLA Palla Srinivas Rao and YSRCP's Nagireddy Tippala in Gajuwaka, the largest constituency with 3.09 lakh voters. In the 2014 election, Mr. Rao was won by Nagireddy by over 21,000 votes.
Although the TDP and YSRCP candidates are locals and therefore claim to have a better understanding of people and their problems, Mr Kalyan said that as a Kapu, Mr Kalyan is dependent on the Kapu constituency, which accounted for more than 22% of the 2.6 lakh population in 2014 .
Meanwhile Mr. This constituency also has an important Kapu community presence. But unlike Gajuwaka, the other two candidates here are also from the Kapu community. That makes it difficult for Kalyan to record a win.
Additionally, Gajuwaka is a constituency won by Kalyan's brother Chiranjeevi's Praja Rajyam party in the 2009 elections. Also in 2014, Kalyan ran here for the TDP candidate, who won the seat.
The count begins for all 176 seats in the Assembly and 25 seats in Parliament. Postal voting and electronic voting machines are counted at the same time.
It is TDP vs YSRCP in Vizianagaram
All preparations were made for the vote count in Vizianagaram, where Telugu Desam and YSRCP fought bitterly for nine seats in the Assembly and one seat in Parliament. Although many other factions are in the fight, the fight is limited to two factions.
Former Union Minister and incumbent MP P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju is trying his luck against the YSRCP's Bellana Chandrasekhar. The TDP won six seats in the assembly and the YSRCP could get three seats in the 2014 elections. In this regard, the leaders of both parties are eagerly awaiting the results of the elections.
Vizianagaram received 80.65% of the votes, which is the highest in Andhra Pradesh. In the Parliament segment, 12.08.191 votes were counted against 14.99.300 votes. The voting share was 80.58 percent. 🇧🇷K. Srinivasa Rao
A high turnout is often seen as a vote for change. However, TDP and YSRCP claim that this would work in their favor.
While some polls predicted that the YSRCP would win a majority of seats in the assembly, two others put the TDP ahead of the YSRCP.
The 2019 elections hold a special place in the history of Andhra Pradesh.
The ruling Telugu Desam Party (TDP), which was allied with the BJP and backed by movie star Pawan Kalyan in 2014, ran alone this time.
The movie star founded her own political party - Jana Sena - and entered the voting arena.
The BJP was also left alone in the fray.
In the 2014 elections, the TDP prevailed in many constituencies.
A close race was also observed in this election.
Excitement grips the competitors before the count
Hours before the votes were counted, concerns mounted among the candidates and the political parties that presented them.
Voters were also anxiously awaiting the outcome as exit polls gave mixed predictions and some political parties expressed doubts about how electronic voting machines would work.
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