Kadapa Lok Sabha Election Result

  • Kadapa is a parliamentary constituency in Andhra Pradesh. Election results of Kadapa 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 Kadapa Lok Sabha Seat
(Andhra Pradesh)
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YearCandidatePartyTotal Vote
2014Y S Avinash ReddyYSRCP671983
2009Y S Jagan Mohan ReddyINC542611


2014 Parliamentary Constituency Election
S NCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Y S Avinash Reddy
Male
29 yr
GEN
YSRCP
Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party
ceiling fan
671983
43.34%
2Srinivasa Reddy Reddeppagari
Male
46 yr
GEN
TDP
Telugu Desam
bicycle
481660
31.07%
3Ajaya Kumar Veena
Male
51 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
hand
14319
0.92%
4None Of The Above
NOTA
None Of The Above
nota
6058
0.39%
5Malikireddy Hanumantha Reddy
Male
35 yr
GEN
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
elephant
5515
0.36%
6Yellipalem Ramesh Reddy
Male
46 yr
GEN
JD(U)
Janata Dal (united)
arrow
3809
0.25%
7Sajid Hussain
Male
50 yr
GEN
AAAP
Aam Aadmi Party
broom
3401
0.22%
8Dr Shaik Ghouse Peer
Male
52 yr
GEN
JaSPa
Jai Samaikyandhra Party
chappals
3219
0.21%
9B Pullaiah
Male
65 yr
SC
ANC
Ambedkar National Congress
bat
2565
0.17%
10Varadi Sobharani
Female
42 yr
SC
DABAP
Dalita Bahujana Party
auto- rickshaw
2240
0.14%
11Gajjala Rama Subba Reddy
Male
61 yr
GEN
PPOI
Pyramid Party Of India
television
1821
0.12%
12Poreddy Prabhakara Reddy
Male
48 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
bottle
1217
0.08%
13Rachineni Venugopal
Male
36 yr
GEN
RPC(S)
Rashtriya Praja Congress (secular)
gas cylinder
1034
0.07%
14Putha Lakshmi Reddy
Male
26 yr
GEN
AIFB
All India Forward Bloc
lion
933
0.06%
15G V A K Reddy
Male
40 yr
GEN
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
a lady farmer carrying paddy on her
888
0.06%
Total

1200662
77.45%
  • In 2014, Kadapa parliamentary constituency had total 1550440 electors. Total number of valid vote was 1200662. Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party candidate Y S Avinash Reddy won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 671983 votes. Telugu Desam candidate Srinivasa Reddy Reddeppagari stood second with total 481660 votes. He lost by 190323 votes.


2009 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy
Male
36 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
542611
40.26%
2Palem Srikanth Reddy
Male
45 yr
GEN
TDP
Telugu Desam
363765
26.99%
3Dr Khaleel Basha
Male
60 yr
GEN
PRAP
Praja Rajyam Party
63309
4.7%
4Jambapuram Muni Reddy
Male
31 yr
GEN
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
10761
0.8%
5Vangala Shashi Bhushan Reddy
Male
37 yr
GEN
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
7171
0.53%
6Y Sekhara Reddy
Male
47 yr
GEN
RPI(A)
Republican Party Of India (a)
5406
0.4%
7V Narendra
Male
39 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
5160
0.38%
8Yellipalam Ramesh Reddy
Male
35 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
4655
0.35%
9Gudipati Prasanna Kumar
Male
55 yr
GEN
LSP
Lok Satta Party
3831
0.28%
10Sivanarayana Reddy Chadipiralla
Male
39 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
3643
0.27%
11S Ali Sher
Male
47 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
2429
0.18%
12Thimmappagari Venkata Siva Reddy
Male
47 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
2193
0.16%
13S Raja Madiga
Male
46 yr
SC
IND
Independent
2117
0.16%
14Gajjala Rama Subba Reddy
Male
57 yr
GEN
PPOI
Pyramid Party Of India
1934
0.14%
15J Subbarayudu
Male
51 yr
ST
IND
Independent
1836
0.14%
16Kasibhatla Sainath Sarma
Male
38 yr
GEN
RDHP
Rajyadhikara Party
1376
0.1%
17Chinnapa Reddy Komma
Male
41 yr
GEN
BJSH
Bharatiya Jan Shakti
1296
0.1%
18Kuncham Venkata Subba Reddy
Male
42 yr
GEN
RRS
Rayalaseema Rashtra Samithi
1284
0.1%
19C Gopi Narasimha Reddy
Male
31 yr
GEN
JD(U)
Janata Dal (united)
816
0.06%
20N Kishore Kumar Reddy
Male
38 yr
GEN
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
692
0.05%
Total

1026285
76.15%
  • In 2009, Kadapa parliamentary constituency had total 1347716 electors. Total number of valid vote was 1026285. Indian National Congress candidate Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 542611 votes. Telugu Desam candidate Palem Srikanth Reddy stood second with total 363765 votes. He lost by 178846 votes.


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