Peddapalle Lok Sabha Election Result

  • Peddapalle is a parliamentary constituency in Andhra Pradesh. Election results of Peddapalle 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 Peddapalle Lok Sabha Seat
(Andhra Pradesh)
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YearCandidatePartyTotal Vote
2014Balka SumanTRS565496
2009Dr G VivekanandINC313748
2004G Venkat SwamyINC572207
1999Dr Smt C Suguna KumariTDP406529
1998C Suguna KumariTDP322801
1996G Venkat SwamyINC313498
1991G Venkat SwamyINC251019
1989G Venkat SwamyINC320628
1984Gotte BhoopathyTDP246334
1980K RajamalluINC(I)198106
1977V TulsiramINC209187
1971V TulasiramTPS165054


2014 Parliamentary Constituency Election
S NCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Balka Suman
Male
31 yr
SC
TRS
Telangana Rashtra Samithi
car
565496
39.68%
2G Vivekanand
Male
56 yr
SC
INC
Indian National Congress
hand
274338
19.25%
3Dr Janapati Sarat Babu
Male
42 yr
SC
TDP
Telugu Desam
bicycle
63334
4.44%
4Velthuru Mallaiah
Male
57 yr
SC
RP(K)
Republican Paksha (khoripa)
auto- rickshaw
45977
3.23%
5Tagaram Shankar Lal
Male
37 yr
SC
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
elephant
9449
0.66%
6Kalvala Shankar
Male
44 yr
SC
PPOI
Pyramid Party Of India
television
9290
0.65%
7Jinna Ramadevi
Female
37 yr
SC
IND
Independent
battery torch
9199
0.65%
8Kalvala Sanjeev
Male
37 yr
SC
RPI
Republican Party Of India
sewing machine
8609
0.6%
9Bupelli Narayana
Male
30 yr
SC
IND
Independent
bat
7258
0.51%
10None Of The Above
NOTA
None Of The Above
nota
5361
0.38%
11Venkata Swamy Injam
Male
42 yr
SC
MaSP
Mahajana Socialist Party
ring
3866
0.27%
12Thallapalli Srinivas
Male
35 yr
SC
IND
Independent
candles
3699
0.26%
13Gaddala Vinay Kumar
Male
65 yr
SC
IND
Independent
ceiling fan
3266
0.23%
14J V Raju
Male
50 yr
SC
NIP
New India Party
cup & saucer
3020
0.21%
15Kamilla Jaya Rao
Male
43 yr
SC
IND
Independent
scissors
2742
0.19%
16Moutam Ravinder
Male
33 yr
SC
IND
Independent
almirah
2674
0.19%
17Gorre Ramesh
Male
43 yr
SC
IND
Independent
gas cylinder
2361
0.17%
18Botha Venkata Mallaiah
Male
58 yr
SC
BCUF
B. C. United Front
chappals
2245
0.16%
Total

1022184
71.72%
  • In 2014, Peddapalle parliamentary constituency had total 1425355 electors. Total number of valid vote was 1022184. Telangana Rashtra Samithi candidate Balka Suman won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 565496 votes. Indian National Congress candidate G Vivekanand stood second with total 274338 votes. He lost by 291158 votes.


2009 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Dr G Vivekanand
Male
51 yr
SC
INC
Indian National Congress
313748
23.85%
2Gomasa Srinivas
Male
41 yr
SC
TRS
Telangana Rashtra Samithi
264731
20.12%
3Arepelli David Raju
Male
36 yr
SC
PRAP
Praja Rajyam Party
175605
13.35%
4Mathangi Narsiah
Male
64 yr
SC
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
67836
5.16%
5S Laxmaiah
Male
41 yr
SC
IND
Independent
20263
1.54%
6Gajjela Swamy
Male
49 yr
SC
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
15859
1.21%
7Ambala Mahendar
Male
38 yr
SC
IND
Independent
8364
0.64%
8G Vinay Kumar
Male
51 yr
SC
IND
Independent
6726
0.51%
9Krishna Sabbali
Male
39 yr
SC
MCPI(S)
Marxist Communist Party Of India (s.s. Srivastava)
5752
0.44%
10D Ramulu
Male
51 yr
SC
IND
Independent
5511
0.42%
11B Mallaiah
Male
32 yr
SC
IND
Independent
4541
0.35%
12Nallala Kanukaiah
Male
39 yr
SC
IND
Independent
4468
0.34%
13A Kamalamma
Female
36 yr
SC
IND
Independent
3938
0.3%
14Gorre Ramesh
Male
42 yr
SC
IND
Independent
3414
0.26%
15K Rajaswari
Female
38 yr
SC
IND
Independent
3328
0.25%
Total

904084
68.72%
  • In 2009, Peddapalle parliamentary constituency had total 1315642 electors. Total number of valid vote was 904084. Indian National Congress candidate Dr G Vivekanand won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 313748 votes. Telangana Rashtra Samithi candidate Gomasa Srinivas stood second with total 264731 votes. He lost by 49017 votes.


2004 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1G Venkat Swamy
Male
76 yr
SC
INC
Indian National Congress
572207
2Dr Mt C Suguna
Female
48 yr
SC
TDP
Telugu Desam
309072
3Kannam Raghu
Male
39 yr
SC
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
26554
4Kampelli Srinivas
Male
30 yr
SC
IND
Independent
14151
5Maddela Odelu
Male
27 yr
SC
IND
Independent
8829
6Kamilla Jaya Rao
Male
38 yr
SC
IND
Independent
8637
Total

939450
0%
  • In 2004, Peddapalle parliamentary constituency had total electors. Total number of valid vote was 939450. Indian National Congress candidate G Venkat Swamy won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 572207 votes. Telugu Desam candidate Dr Mt C Suguna stood second with total 309072 votes. She lost by 263135 votes.


1999 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Dr Smt C Suguna Kumari
Female
TDP
Telugu Desam
406529
47.24%
2G Venkat Swamy
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
390640
45.39%
3Yerrala Gattaiah
Male
CPI
Communist Party Of India
42263
4.91%
4Bojja Bixamaiah
Male
IND
Independent
10183
1.18%
5Godisala Sathaiah
Male
IND
Independent
3972
0.46%
6Shanigarapu Sadanandam
Male
IND
Independent
3659
0.43%
7Kallepalli Narsaiah
Male
IND
Independent
3328
0.39%
Total

860574
67.38%
  • In 1999, Peddapalle parliamentary constituency had total 1330759 electors. Total number of valid vote was 860574. Telugu Desam candidate Dr Smt C Suguna Kumari won and became MP from this seat. She secured total 406529 votes. Indian National Congress candidate G Venkat Swamy stood second with total 390640 votes. He lost by 15889 votes.


1998 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1C Suguna Kumari
Female
TDP
Telugu Desam Party
322801
39.71%
2G Venkata Swamy
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
316627
38.96%
3Lingaiah Kasipeta
Male
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
158979
19.56%
4Jannu Odelu
Male
IND
Independent
7702
0.95%
5Kannam Raghu
Male
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
2282
0.28%
6Ande Bhanumurthy
Male
IND
Independent
1877
0.23%
7Venna Rajamallu
Male
IND
Independent
1617
0.2%
8Sirikonda Sambaiah
Male
IND
Independent
910
0.11%
Total

812795
63.61%
  • In 1998, Peddapalle parliamentary constituency had total 1307830 electors. Total number of valid vote was 812795. Telugu Desam Party candidate C Suguna Kumari won and became MP from this seat. She secured total 322801 votes. Indian National Congress candidate G Venkata Swamy stood second with total 316627 votes. He lost by 6174 votes.


1996 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1G Venkat Swamy
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
313498
44.84%
2Suddala Devaiah
Male
TDP
Telugu Desam Party
248033
35.48%
3Mathangi Narsaiah
Male
NTRTDP(LP)
Ntr Telugu Desam Party (lakshmi Parvathi)
76791
10.98%
4Jangam Laxminarayana
Male
NIP
New India Party
19135
2.74%
5Dasari Ramulu
Male
IND
Independent
6640
0.95%
6Deva Sreenivas
Male
IND
Independent
5588
0.8%
7Gummadi Rayalingu
Male
IND
Independent
3665
0.52%
8Chityala Lingaiah
Male
IND
Independent
3644
0.52%
9Manohar Atey
Male
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
3466
0.5%
10Leo Augustine
Male
SAP
Samata Party
3044
0.44%
11Sankemapalli Laxmaiah
Male
IND
Independent
2932
0.42%
12More Komuraiah
Male
LP
Lok Party
2655
0.38%
13Paile Ram Raju
Male
IND
Independent
2635
0.38%
14Bairamalla Mogilaiah
Male
IND
Independent
2344
0.34%
15G Vinay Kumar
Male
IND
Independent
1339
0.19%
16Ch Ailaiah
Male
IND
Independent
1204
0.17%
17Ande Thirupathi
Male
IND
Independent
896
0.13%
18Bolli Swamy
Male
IND
Independent
843
0.12%
19Mailaiah Velthuri
Male
RPI
Republican Party Of India
812
0.12%
Total

699164
55.13%
  • In 1996, Peddapalle parliamentary constituency had total 1308342 electors. Total number of valid vote was 699164. Indian National Congress candidate G Venkat Swamy won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 313498 votes. Telugu Desam Party candidate Suddala Devaiah stood second with total 248033 votes. He lost by 65465 votes.


1991 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1G Venkat Swamy
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
251019
49.92%
2Suddala Devaiah
Male
TDP
Telugu Desam
141054
28.05%
3Chintha Samba Murthy
Male
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
52734
10.49%
4Bojja Bixamaiah
Male
IND
Independent
12248
2.44%
5Mandamysaiah
Male
IND
Independent
10180
2.02%
6Ganta Srihari
Male
JP
Janata Party
7503
1.49%
7Gummadirajalingu
Male
IND
Independent
5055
1.01%
8Kandi Rajnarsakka (w)
Female
IND
Independent
4469
0.89%
9Gadela Vinaya Kumar
Male
IND
Independent
4244
0.84%
10Shaganti Sanjeevaiah
Male
IND
Independent
3677
0.73%
11Perka Lingaiah
Male
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
2645
0.53%
12Maturi Durgaiah
Male
IND
Independent
2635
0.52%
13Dharmapuri Ramaiah
Male
IND
Independent
2438
0.48%
14Kyatham Vishnuvadan
Male
IND
Independent
2359
0.47%
15Bonkuri Arjun
Male
IND
Independent
569
0.11%
Total

502829
47.53%
  • In 1991, Peddapalle parliamentary constituency had total 1097835 electors. Total number of valid vote was 502829. Indian National Congress candidate G Venkat Swamy won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 251019 votes. Telugu Desam candidate Suddala Devaiah stood second with total 141054 votes. He lost by 109965 votes.


1989 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1G Venkat Swamy
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
320628
50.05%
2Gotte Bhoopathy
Male
TDP
Telugu Desam
289993
45.27%
3Perkalingaiah
Male
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
15717
2.45%
4Bonkuri Arjun
Male
IND
Independent
14266
2.23%
Total

640604
61.98%
  • In 1989, Peddapalle parliamentary constituency had total 1096253 electors. Total number of valid vote was 640604. Indian National Congress candidate G Venkat Swamy won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 320628 votes. Telugu Desam candidate Gotte Bhoopathy stood second with total 289993 votes. He lost by 30635 votes.


1984 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Gotte Bhoopathy
Male
TDP
Telugu Desam
246334
51.98%
2Ganta Srihari
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
199376
42.07%
3Dharmapuri Ramaiah
Male
IND
Independent
14169
2.99%
4Gommadi Rajalingu
Male
IND
Independent
11807
2.49%
5Nandarapu Venkataiah
Male
IND
Independent
2190
0.46%
Total

473876
57.29%
  • In 1984, Peddapalle parliamentary constituency had total 852583 electors. Total number of valid vote was 473876. Telugu Desam candidate Gotte Bhoopathy won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 246334 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Ganta Srihari stood second with total 199376 votes. He lost by 46958 votes.


1980 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1K Rajamallu
Male
INC(I)
Indian National Congress (i)
198106
56.99%
2P Rajalingaiah
Male
CPI
Communist Party Of India
88266
25.39%
3V Tulsiram
Male
JNP
Janta Party
42251
12.16%
4Guda Devaiah
Male
IND
Independents
10478
3.01%
5Ande Bhanu Murthi
Male
IND
Independents
8496
2.44%
Total

347597
48.85%
  • In 1980, Peddapalle parliamentary constituency had total 739865 electors. Total number of valid vote was 347597. Indian National Congress (i) candidate K Rajamallu won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 198106 votes. Communist Party Of India candidate P Rajalingaiah stood second with total 88266 votes. He lost by 109840 votes.


1977 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1V Tulsiram
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
209187
65.4%
2Bangaru Lakshman
Male
BLD
Bharatiya Lok Dal
104110
32.55%
3Ande Bhanumurthy
Male
IND
Independents
3581
1.12%
4G Venkataiah
Male
IND
Independents
2990
0.93%
Total

319868
52.13%
  • In 1977, Peddapalle parliamentary constituency had total 638114 electors. Total number of valid vote was 319868. Indian National Congress candidate V Tulsiram won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 209187 votes. Bharatiya Lok Dal candidate Bangaru Lakshman stood second with total 104110 votes. He lost by 105077 votes.


1971 Lok Sabha Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1V Tulasiram
Male
TPS
Telangana Praja Samithi
165054
66.45%
2M R Krishna
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
56323
22.68%
3Elugandala Durgaiah
Male
SSP
Samyukta Socialist Party
13030
5.25%
4B Devaiah
Male
IND
Independents
9688
3.9%
5M J Manik Rao
Male
IND
Independents
4277
1.72%
Total

248372
48.33%
  • In 1971, Peddapalle parliamentary constituency had total 528948 electors. Total number of valid vote was 248372. Telangana Praja Samithi candidate V Tulasiram won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 165054 votes. Indian National Congress candidate M R Krishna stood second with total 56323 votes. He lost by 108731 votes.


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