Live Andhra Pradesh Election News: TDP-BJP wins big in Seemandhra, KCR ready to form government in Telangana

DC CORRESPONDENT | SUDHAKAR REDDY UDUMULAS
Published May 16, 2014, 12:08 pm IST
Updated Jan 10, 2016, 8:38 am IST
Asaduddin Owaisi wins Hyderabad Lok Sabha constituency with 76,471 votes
Telugu Desam Party President N. Chandrababu Naidu displays the victory symbol to supporters and Telangana Rashtra Samiti chief K Chandrasekhar Rao sitting with party members (Photo: PTI/DC)
 Telugu Desam Party President N. Chandrababu Naidu displays the victory symbol to supporters and Telangana Rashtra Samiti chief K Chandrasekhar Rao sitting with party members (Photo: PTI/DC)

HyderabadTDP-BJP union was leading with 17 seats, followed by YSRCP with 8 and MIM gets 1, out of 25 Lok Sabha seats in Seemandhra.

All Indian Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen president, Asaduddin Owaisi won from Hyderabad Lok Sabha constituency with 76,471 votes. In Srikakulam, TDP candidate K Rammohan Naidu, son of late K Yerran Naidu, is leading by a margin over 27,360 votes after the completion of sixth round of counting.

 

In Araku (ST) constituency, YSR Congress nominee K Geeta is leading by 7,481 votes after the seventh round. Union minister and Congress candidates Kishore Chandra Deo and M M Pallam Raju are trailing in Araku and Kakinada, respectively.

In Machilipatnam Lok Sabha segment, TDP candidate and sitting MP Konakalla Narayana is leading by 4,319 votes.

In Vijayawada, TDP candidate Kesineni Nani is ahead by 2,621 votes, while in Eluru parliamentary constituency TDP nominee M Venkateswara Rao is leading by 537 votes.

Telugu Desam bounces back after 10 years

After a gap of 10 years, Telugu Desam is bouncing back in Greater Hyderabad with TD-BJP candidates all set to win in 14 of the total 24 Assembly constituencies in the city.

Congress heavy-weights like V Hanumanth Rao (Amberpet), former ministers Danam Nagender (Khairatabad) and M Mukesh Goud (Gosha Mahal) are on the verge of being defeated.

In 2009 polls, TDP could win only Rajendernagar constituency and BJP the Amberpet assembly segment.

Citizens of Greater Hyderabad discarded the ruling Congress party after state’s bifurcation like elsewhere across India. Modi wave seems to be one of the main reason of Congress defeat.

Even the Telangana Rashtra Samithi which scored a duck in 2009 polls, is also set to open its account in Greater Hyderabad from Secunderabad where its candidate T Padma Rao is leading.

TD candidates are leading in Assembly constituencies of Patancheru, Rajendernagar, Serilingampally, Kukatpally, Qutbullapur, Sanathnagar, Cantonment, LB Nagar, Maheshwaram.

BJP is leading and set to win in Assembly constituencies of Karwan, Goshamahal, Khairatabad, Amberpet and Uppal.

TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu said NDA's victory showed that 'justice has won' and hailed Narendra Modi as the best choice for Prime Minister's post.

Speaking to reporters, after the initial poll trends showed NDA surging ahead, Naidu said, "Modi is the best choice for being the Prime Minister and now people have endorsed that. People are with us. BJP and TDP is a win-win combination."

Speaking further, he questioned the credentials of rival leaders in governance and administration.

"What Jagan has? What Rahul has? We are experienced. We have a track-record of administration. Nation has suffered because of corruption and lack of leadership in the last ten years. There was no governance. This is people's mandate and justice has won," Naidu said.

Naidu's son Nara Lokesh thanked people for Telugu Desam’s big win in Seemandhra and also for the good show in Telangana.

“The credit goes to people and party cadre. People were impressed by TD’s welfare and development plank and voted the party to victory. Though some surveys were against us, people stood by us,” he said.

Lokesh also thanked Narendra Modi and actor turned politicians Pawan Kalyan for their support to Telugu Desam.

“Municipal and local bodies elections set the trend. People have bestowed confidence in Telugu Desam and in the leadership of Mr Chandrababu Naidu,” he added.

While, in Telangana, pink wave was evident, out of the 17 Lok Sabha constituencies, TRS bagged 11, follwed by 2 for TDP-BJP combine, 2 for Congress and 1 for MIM.

As per the latest trends, KCR's daaghter Kavitha is leading by 10,000 votes from Nizamabad Lok Sabha seat over sitting Congress MP Madhu Yashki Goud. Telugu Desam Party, BJP, MIM and Congress are leading in one seat each.

Telugu Desam Party (TDP), BJP, MIM and Congress are leading in one seat each in Telangana, which would come into being as a new state on June two.

Union minister P Balram Naik (Mahabubabad) is trailing TRS nominee A Sitaram Naik. Union Minister S Jaipal Reddy istrailing by over 10,000 votes against his TRS rival A Jitender Reddy in Mahabubnagar Lok Sabha seat.

Prominent Congress leaders and former ministers D. Srinivas, Ponnala Laxmaiah, D. Sridhar Babu, DK Aruna, Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka are trailing. Nalgonda Lok Sabha Congress candidates Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy is also trailing.

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