Guntur Lok Sabha Election Result

  • Guntur is a parliamentary constituency in Andhra Pradesh. Election results of Guntur lok sabha seat is given below in a table that also lists all MPs from this seat. Click election year in the table, for more detailed result.

List of all MP from Guntur Lok Sabha Seat
(Andhra Pradesh)
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YearCandidatePartyTotal Vote
2014Jayadev GallaTDP618417
2009Rayapati Sambasiva RaoINC403937
2004Rayapati Sambasiva RaoINC466221
1999Yemparala VenkateswararaoTDP399065
1998Rayapati Sambasiva RaoINC359456
1996Rayapati Samba Siva RaoINC343252
1991Lal Jan Basha S MTDP307073
1989N G RangaINC404558
1984N G RangaINC293589
1980N G RangaINC(I)252961
1977Kotha RaghuramaiahINC290914
1971Kotha RaghuramaiahINC260086


2014 Parliamentary Constituency Election
S NCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Jayadev Galla
Male
48 yr
GEN
TDP
Telugu Desam
bicycle
618417
39.34%
2Balashowry Vallabhaneni
Male
45 yr
GEN
YSRCP
Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party
ceiling fan
549306
34.95%
3Abdul Waheed Shaik
Male
44 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
hand
46818
2.98%
4None Of The Above
NOTA
None Of The Above
nota
7596
0.48%
5Mallela Venkata Rao
Male
48 yr
SC
JaSPa
Jai Samaikyandhra Party
chappals
5608
0.36%
6Mallela Babu Rao
Male
60 yr
SC
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
elephant
4223
0.27%
7Udaia Kumar Musuku
Male
57 yr
GEN
ICSP
Indian Christian Secular Party
trumpet
2852
0.18%
8Dr Koutharapu Ravindra
Male
50 yr
GEN
GRIP
Great India Party
slate
2594
0.17%
9Kata Veera Vara Prasad
Male
44 yr
GEN
AAAP
Aam Aadmi Party
broom
2344
0.15%
10Abburi Koteswara Rao
Male
49 yr
GEN
PPOI
Pyramid Party Of India
television
1636
0.1%
11Emani Chandra Sekhar Rao
Male
47 yr
SC
NPT
Navodyam Party
auto- rickshaw
1455
0.09%
12Bitra Venkata Sivannarayana
Male
36 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
letter box
1169
0.07%
13Arudala Venkateswara Rao
Male
41 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
pot
908
0.06%
Total

1244926
79.2%
  • In 2014, Guntur parliamentary constituency had total 1572017 electors. Total number of valid vote was 1244926. Telugu Desam candidate Jayadev Galla won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 618417 votes. Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party candidate Balashowry Vallabhaneni stood second with total 549306 votes. He lost by 69111 votes.


2009 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Rayapati Sambasiva Rao
Male
65 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
403937
29.59%
2Madala Rajendra
Male
42 yr
GEN
TDP
Telugu Desam
364582
26.71%
3Thota Chandra Sekhar
Male
47 yr
GEN
PRAP
Praja Rajyam Party
227764
16.68%
4Amanulla Khan
Male
37 yr
GEN
LSP
Lok Satta Party
17362
1.27%
5Yadlapati Swaruparani
Female
51 yr
GEN
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
10797
0.79%
6Mallela Babu Rao
Male
61 yr
SC
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
7385
0.54%
7Srinivasa Rao Thotakura
Male
34 yr
GEN
AJBP
Ajeya Bharat Party
4739
0.35%
8Velagapudi Lakshmana Rao
Male
59 yr
GEN
PPOI
Pyramid Party Of India
3234
0.24%
9Yarrakula Tulasi Ram Yadav
Male
29 yr
GEN
SP
Samajwadi Party
2589
0.19%
10Kommanaboina Lakshmaiah
Male
39 yr
GEN
RDHP
Rajyadhikara Party
2342
0.17%
Total

1044731
76.53%
  • In 2009, Guntur parliamentary constituency had total 1365177 electors. Total number of valid vote was 1044731. Indian National Congress candidate Rayapati Sambasiva Rao won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 403937 votes. Telugu Desam candidate Madala Rajendra stood second with total 364582 votes. He lost by 39355 votes.


2004 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Rayapati Sambasiva Rao
Male
60 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
466221
2Y V Rao
Male
71 yr
GEN
TDP
Telugu Desam
336429
3Jupalli Hanumantha Rao Goud
Male
39 yr
GEN
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
9375
4Venkateswarlu Gundi
Male
38 yr
GEN
TRS
Telangana Rashtra Samithi
5444
5Muvva Venkat Rao
Male
72 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
4009
Total

821478
0%
  • In 2004, Guntur parliamentary constituency had total electors. Total number of valid vote was 821478. Indian National Congress candidate Rayapati Sambasiva Rao won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 466221 votes. Telugu Desam candidate Y V Rao stood second with total 336429 votes. He lost by 129792 votes.


1999 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Yemparala Venkateswararao
Male
TDP
Telugu Desam
399065
51.08%
2Rayapati Sambasiva Rao
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
358735
45.92%
3Chilka Chandraiah
Male
MCPI(S)
Marxist Communist Party Of India (s.s.srivastava)
9849
1.26%
4Bhashyam Narasaiah
Male
ATDP
Anna Telugu Desam Party
9488
1.21%
5Ghanta Jagannadharao
Male
IND
Independent
1019
0.13%
6Poornachandrarao Kolla
Male
NTRTDP(LP)
Ntr Telugu Desam Party (lakshmi Parvathi)
843
0.11%
7Saidaiah Pagadala
Male
PPOI
Pyramid Party Of India
747
0.1%
8Vaddineni Rosamma
Female
AJBP
Ajeya Bharat Party
689
0.09%
9C V B Krishnamurthy
Male
IND
Independent
551
0.07%
10Muvva Venkatarao
Male
IND
Independent
268
0.03%
Total

781254
64.11%
  • In 1999, Guntur parliamentary constituency had total 1239626 electors. Total number of valid vote was 781254. Telugu Desam candidate Yemparala Venkateswararao won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 399065 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Rayapati Sambasiva Rao stood second with total 358735 votes. He lost by 40330 votes.


1998 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Rayapati Sambasiva Rao
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
359456
47.79%
2Lal Jan Basha S M
Male
TDP
Telugu Desam Party
302109
40.16%
3Avula Veerasekhararao
Male
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
82193
10.93%
4Muralisankar Tata
Male
IND
Independent
2841
0.38%
5Nagarjunacharya Muppalla
Male
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
2244
0.3%
6Panchakatla Venkata Subba Rao
Male
IND
Independent
1071
0.14%
7Gundeboina Satyanarayana
Male
SP
Samajwadi Party
961
0.13%
8Mokkapati Veeraraghavulu
Male
IND
Independent
621
0.08%
9Muvva Venkatrao
Male
IND
Independent
369
0.05%
10Vipparla Koteswararao
Male
IND
Independent
198
0.03%
11Reddy Venkata Sambasivarao
Male
IND
Independent
157
0.02%
Total

752220
60.16%
  • In 1998, Guntur parliamentary constituency had total 1264693 electors. Total number of valid vote was 752220. Indian National Congress candidate Rayapati Sambasiva Rao won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 359456 votes. Telugu Desam Party candidate Lal Jan Basha S M stood second with total 302109 votes. He lost by 57347 votes.


1996 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Rayapati Samba Siva Rao
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
343252
46.82%
2Lal Jan Basha S M
Male
TDP
Telugu Desam Party
274753
37.47%
3Makineni Peda Rathaiah
Male
NTRTDP(LP)
Ntr Telugu Desam Party (lakshmi Parvathi)
89098
12.15%
4Hanumantha Rao Muddana
Male
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
10181
1.39%
5Shaik Mastan Vali
Male
IND
Independent
1275
0.17%
6Naresh Byrapaneni
Male
AIIC(T)
All India Indira Congress (tiwari)
1232
0.17%
7Kondapalli Wilson
Male
IND
Independent
1020
0.14%
8Kothamasu Mallikharjuna Rao
Male
IND
Independent
918
0.13%
9Ravenuthala Guravayya
Male
IND
Independent
873
0.12%
10Vuggirala Srinivasa Rao
Male
IND
Independent
791
0.11%
11Talari Bhaskara Rao
Male
IND
Independent
780
0.11%
12N Malleswara Swami Naidu
Male
IND
Independent
765
0.1%
13Kasu Radha Krishna Reddy
Male
IND
Independent
699
0.1%
14Nalabotu Rama Rao
Male
IND
Independent
677
0.09%
15Y G Rama Mohana Rao
Male
IND
Independent
647
0.09%
16Rajanala Ram Krishna
Male
IND
Independent
567
0.08%
17Kommalapaty Seshagiri Rao
Male
IND
Independent
509
0.07%
18Md Ghouse Basha
Male
IND
Independent
506
0.07%
19Abbaraju Subrahmanyam
Male
IND
Independent
496
0.07%
20N V Sambasiva Rao
Male
IND
Independent
491
0.07%
21V Koteswara Rao
Male
IND
Independent
471
0.06%
22V Ramaiah Choudary
Male
IND
Independent
453
0.06%
23Muddaboina Anjaneyulu
Male
IND
Independent
368
0.05%
24Pusupuleti Venkateswarlu
Male
IND
Independent
324
0.04%
25Bhathula Mohan Rao
Male
IND
Independent
312
0.04%
26V Venkateswara Rao
Male
IND
Independent
290
0.04%
27Kancherlla Nageswara Rao
Male
IND
Independent
278
0.04%
28V Harshavardhan
Male
IND
Independent
268
0.04%
29Cherukuri Kondaiah
Male
IND
Independent
266
0.04%
30S G Gopala Rao
Male
IND
Independent
248
0.03%
31Venkata Rao M
Male
IND
Independent
242
0.03%
32Koteswara Rao Davuluri
Male
IND
Independent
141
0.02%
Total

733191
58.64%
  • In 1996, Guntur parliamentary constituency had total 1270532 electors. Total number of valid vote was 733191. Indian National Congress candidate Rayapati Samba Siva Rao won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 343252 votes. Telugu Desam Party candidate Lal Jan Basha S M stood second with total 274753 votes. He lost by 68499 votes.


1991 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Lal Jan Basha S M
Male
TDP
Telugu Desam
307073
47.55%
2N G Ranga
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
292329
45.27%
3Hanumantha Rao Muddana
Male
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
25049
3.88%
4Gudapati Venkateswarlu
Male
IND
Independent
9077
1.41%
5Ankaiah Meduri
Male
JP
Janata Party
1742
0.27%
6Upputholla Janaki Raju
Male
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
1644
0.25%
7Lanka Rama Mohana Rao
Male
IND
Independent
1447
0.22%
8Sikha Raja Gopala Rao
Male
IND
Independent
1435
0.22%
9Chiluka Theophilus
Male
IND
Independent
930
0.14%
10Gazula Sravan Kumar
Male
IND
Independent
712
0.11%
11Kasu Radha Krishna Reddy
Male
RPK
Republican Party Of India (khobragade)
569
0.09%
12Kanna Suryanarayana
Male
IND
Independent
568
0.09%
13Gangadhara Koteswara Rao Didugu
Male
IND
Independent
512
0.08%
14Tanneeru Seetha Ramaiah
Male
IND
Independent
491
0.08%
15Abdul Raheem Baig
Male
IND
Independent
408
0.06%
16Shaik Hussain
Male
IND
Independent
391
0.06%
17Battula Mohanrao
Male
IND
Independent
368
0.06%
18Subbarao P
Male
IND
Independent
349
0.05%
19Janamala Brahmaih
Male
IND
Independent
330
0.05%
20Thotakura Chenchiah
Male
IND
Independent
241
0.04%
21Jacob Dhanaraj
Male
IND
Independent
61
0.01%
Total

645726
59.05%
  • In 1991, Guntur parliamentary constituency had total 1114537 electors. Total number of valid vote was 645726. Telugu Desam candidate Lal Jan Basha S M won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 307073 votes. Indian National Congress candidate N G Ranga stood second with total 292329 votes. He lost by 14744 votes.


1989 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1N G Ranga
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
404558
53.95%
2Koteswararao M S S
Male
TDP
Telugu Desam
339545
45.28%
3Vuyyuru Bramareddy
Male
JNP
(jp) Janata Pary (jp)
1872
0.25%
4Vutukuru Venkamaraju
Male
IND
Independent
1682
0.22%
5Kanna Suryanarayana
Male
IND
Independent
1179
0.16%
6Kolli Venkatareddy
Male
IND
Independent
973
0.13%
Total

749809
68.74%
  • In 1989, Guntur parliamentary constituency had total 1114045 electors. Total number of valid vote was 749809. Indian National Congress candidate N G Ranga won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 404558 votes. Telugu Desam candidate Koteswararao M S S stood second with total 339545 votes. He lost by 65013 votes.


1984 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1N G Ranga
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
293589
49.52%
2Chandraskhara Rao Movva
Male
TDP
Telugu Desam
281695
47.51%
3Paggadala Nageswara Rao
Male
IND
Independent
7405
1.25%
4Kanna Suryanarayana
Male
IND
Independent
2669
0.45%
5Puppalla Perumallu
Male
IND
Independent
2249
0.38%
6Yeddu Bhaskara Rao
Male
IND
Independent
1531
0.26%
7Janamala Bramaiah
Male
IND
Independent
1183
0.2%
8Eedara Venkatasubba Reddy
Male
IND
Independent
1058
0.18%
9Kancherla Nageswara Rao
Male
IND
Independent
884
0.15%
10Gangadharakoteswara Rao Didugu
Male
IND
Independent
603
0.1%
Total

592866
67.37%
  • In 1984, Guntur parliamentary constituency had total 896875 electors. Total number of valid vote was 592866. Indian National Congress candidate N G Ranga won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 293589 votes. Telugu Desam candidate Chandraskhara Rao Movva stood second with total 281695 votes. He lost by 11894 votes.


1980 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1N G Ranga
Male
INC(I)
Indian National Congress (i)
252961
57.6%
2K Sadasiva Rao
Male
JNP(S)
Janta Party (secular)
95625
21.77%
3G Krishna Kumari
Female
JNP
Janta Party
77813
17.72%
4Venkatareddy Kolli
Male
IND
Independents
6081
1.38%
5D Satyanarayana Murthy
Male
IND
Independents
4885
1.11%
6Velaga Ankamma Rao
Male
IND
Independents
1801
0.41%
Total

439166
53.36%
  • In 1980, Guntur parliamentary constituency had total 841689 electors. Total number of valid vote was 439166. Indian National Congress (i) candidate N G Ranga won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 252961 votes. Janta Party (secular) candidate K Sadasiva Rao stood second with total 95625 votes. He lost by 157336 votes.


1977 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Kotha Raghuramaiah
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
290914
57.43%
2Kasaraneini Sadasiva Rao
Male
BLD
Bharatiya Lok Dal
205385
40.54%
3Balabhadradrapathruni Srinadha Rao
Male
IND
Independents
3622
0.71%
4Desu Anjaneyulu
Male
IND
Independents
3205
0.63%
5Pandaraboina Sambasiva Rao Yadav
Male
IND
Independents
2072
0.41%
6Babu Rajendra Prasad Pulla
Male
IND
Independents
1392
0.27%
Total

506590
65.65%
  • In 1977, Guntur parliamentary constituency had total 790342 electors. Total number of valid vote was 506590. Indian National Congress candidate Kotha Raghuramaiah won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 290914 votes. Bharatiya Lok Dal candidate Kasaraneini Sadasiva Rao stood second with total 205385 votes. He lost by 85529 votes.


1971 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Kotha Raghuramaiah
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
260086
62.45%
2Jupudi Yagna Narayana
Male
BJS
Bharatiya Jana Sangh
69068
16.59%
3Vemulapalli Srikrishna
Male
CPI
Communist Party Of India
47428
11.39%
4Moturi Hanumantha Rao
Male
CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
29340
7.05%
5Kolla Chenchaiah
Male
IND
Independents
4613
1.11%
6Guthikonda Narahari
Male
IND
Independents
1861
0.45%
7Govindaraju Laxminarayana
Male
IND
Independents
1640
0.39%
8Inturi Sambasivarao
Male
IND
Independents
1424
0.34%
9Ongole Paparao
Male
IND
Independents
979
0.24%
Total

416439
67.33%
  • In 1971, Guntur parliamentary constituency had total 629787 electors. Total number of valid vote was 416439. Indian National Congress candidate Kotha Raghuramaiah won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 260086 votes. Bharatiya Jana Sangh candidate Jupudi Yagna Narayana stood second with total 69068 votes. He lost by 191018 votes.


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