Andhra Pradesh Lok Sabha election results highlights: NDA alliance gives crushing defeat to ruling YSRCP

Andhra Pradesh BJP elections co in-charge Siddharth Nath Singh meets Telugu Desam Party national president N. Chandrababu Naidu and congratulated him on the NDA allies’ victory in the general elections.

Updated - June 05, 2024 03:03 am IST

Published - June 04, 2024 11:28 am IST

The TDP and the Jana Sena Party supporters celebrate their victory near Tadepalli in Guntur district on June 4.

The TDP and the Jana Sena Party supporters celebrate their victory near Tadepalli in Guntur district on June 4. | Photo Credit: Photo: K. V. S. Giri

The NDA alliance of TDP, BJP and Janasena won a landslide victory in Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday, bagging 21 parliamentary and 164 assembly seats.

The TDP won 16 Lok Sabha seats, BJP three and Janasena two, decimating the YSRCP. Out of 25 Lok Sabha seats, NDA swept 21 seats away while YSRCP managed to win only four seats.

With the BJP failing to get a majority on its own in the Lok Sabha, TDP’s 16 seats will be crucial for the NDA.

In Assembly elections, the TDP bagged 135 Assembly seats out of 175, Janasena 21 and BJP eight while YSRCP was restricted to just 11 seats, according to the data disseminated by the Election Commission.

Also read: Andhra Pradesh Election Results 2024: How to check?

From a record 22 MP seats in the 2019 elections, YSRCP is set to suffer an ignominious defeat as the alliance has cast a tremendous impact on the electorate with its promise of good, forward-looking governance.

Andhra Pradesh voted in the 2024 General Election in a single poll on May 13, which was Phase 4 of the 18th Lok Sabha Polls. 

Also read: Lok Sabha Election Results 2024 

In the 2019 elections, YSRCP won 22 seats and TDP 3 seats and in the 2014 elections TDP won 15 seats, YSRCP 8 seats, and BJP 2 seats. TDP-BJP-JSP alliance might mark a shift because TDP’s exit from NDA in 2019 has smashed the BJP’s vote share in 2019 Lok Sabha polls from 7.18% to 0.96%, less than NOTA. 

Also read: Battle for Andhra Pradesh | Infographics

Andhra Pradesh had a huge voter turnout; there could be an anti-incumbency impact. 

Fact-check | Fake exit polls swirl around Andhra Pradesh election

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  • June 04, 2024 20:17
    Chandrababu Naidu congratulates Modi on NDA’s victory in Lok Sabha polls
  • June 04, 2024 18:01
    NDA leading in 21 out of 25 Lok Sabha in Andhra Pradesh

    The Telugu Desam Party (TDP), the Jana Sena Party (JSP) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are leading in the Andhra Pradesh Lok Sabha elections. Of the 25 Lok Sabha seats, the TDP is leading in 16 Lok Sabha seats, while the JSP and BJP are leading in two and three seats respectively. The Ruling YSRCP is leading in just four seats in the State. Among the four, one is Araku Parliament Constituency, Kadapa, Rajampet and Tirupati.

  • June 04, 2024 17:25
    Our guarantee to give special category status to Andhra Pradesh: Congress

    The Congress on Tuesday said it is its guarantee that it will give special category status to Andhra Pradesh, as promised by former prime minister Manmohan Singh, if it comes to power.

    The reiteration of Congress’ promise made in its 2024 manifesto assumes significance amid reported efforts by the INDIA bloc to win over the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), which was leading on 16 seats in Andhra Pradesh. The TDP is currently part of the BJP-led NDA.

    - PTI

  • June 04, 2024 17:02
    NDA alliance leading in 21 Lok Sabha seats in Andhra

    The NDA alliance of TDP, BJP and Janasena is leading in 21 Lok Sabha and 139 Assembly seats in Andhra Pradesh, including emerging victorious in 25 Assembly segments.

    According to the latest information disseminated by the Election Commission, TDP won 19 Assembly seats, Janasena five and BJP one while the YSRCP is yet to open its account, though it is leading in just 11 seats.

    Rajamundry City, Rajamundry Rural, Undi, Palakollu, Vijayawada East, Dhone and Proddaturu are some of the 19 seats bagged by the TDP.

    Janasena won in Rajanagaram, Narasapuram, Bhimavaram, Tadepalligudem and Tenali.

    Meanwhile, except one minister, all the Cabinet members of Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy are trailing.

    - PTI

  • June 04, 2024 14:37
    Siddharth Nath Singh meets TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu

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    Photo: K.V.S. Giri

    Andhra Pradesh BJP elections co in-charge Siddharth Nath Singh meets Telugu Desam Party national president N. Chandrababu Naidu, in Guntur district, and congratulated him on the NDA allies’ victory in the general elections.

  • June 04, 2024 13:18
    Counting peaceful; shops, other establishments closed

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    A view of the busy Besant Road which was seen deserted during the counting on June 4. All the shops were closed and push cart vendors did not open their business in wake of the counting in Vijayawada. Photo: K.V.S. Giri

    Police breathed easy with counting conducted peacefully across the State till noon, on June 4. Police threw a security blanket at all the counting centres as a precautionary measure.

    With the Centre and the Intelligence officials sounding alert over the possible violence during counting, police made elaborate bandobust in the State. 

    All the hotels, shops and other establishments were closed at the counting centres and at the major junctions. Police have set up pickets at all major roads and centres. Three-tier security has been arranged at the counting centres.

    Orders promulgating Section 144 and Section 30 of Police Act were issued, and patrolling has been intensified to prevent violence. Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF), Armed Reserve, APSP and the Civil police were on alert at the counting centres.

    In all the districts, IG, DIGs and Superintendents of Police visited the counting centres and directed the officers to act tough on the trouble mongers. Police were seen monitoring the situation time-to-time from the command and control rooms.

    Heavy police forces were seen at many places in Eluru, Prakasam, West Godavari, Krishna and other districts.

  • June 04, 2024 13:12
    TDP MP candidate Rammohan Naidu’s majority crossed 1 lakh

    Srikakulam MP candidate of TDP Kinjarapu Rammohan Naidu got 1,12,619 majority after 7th round. His nearest rival and YSRCP candidate Perada Tilak could not get majority even in a single round. Mr. Rammohan Naidu who won the seat both in 2014 and 2019 elections seems to be heading for a hat-trick, thanks to unprecedented wave in favour of the TDP and its alliance partners in Srikakulam district. 

  • June 04, 2024 13:09
    NDA is leading in Vijayawada

    The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is leading in the Vijayawada Lok Sabha constituency. The counting is still going on.

    The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) leader Kesineni Shivnath (Chinni) secured 3,06,707 votes in the Vijayawada Lok Sabha constituency. The YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) candidate Kesineni Srinivas (Nani) is trailing behind him by securing 2,07,446 votes. Bhargav Valluru, Congress candidate, secured 9181 votes. Mr. Chinni and Mr. Nani are brothers. They parted ways after that. Mr. Nani who won the TDP ticket in the 2014 and 2019 elections, joined the YSRCP just before the general elections. Mr. Bhargav is their nephew.

  • June 04, 2024 12:58
    On cloud nine

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    Rajahmundry Lok Sabha BJP candidate and BJP State President D. Purandeswari celebrates success with her daughter and family members as she is leading with above 2.44 lakh majority.

  • June 04, 2024 12:51
    TDP, Jana Sena Party supporters celebrate their victory, in Guntur district

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    Photo: K. V. S. Giri

  • June 04, 2024 12:14
    Magunta Srinivasulu Reddy is leading

    After first round of counting in Prakasam district, Ongole sitting MP Magunta Srinivasulu Reddy, who contested from TDP this time, is leading with 563 votes over Chevireddy Bhaskar Reddy of YSRCP.

  • June 04, 2024 11:59
    TDP activists barge in CM Jagan’s camp office

    The moment that early trends indicated NDA win in Andhra Pradesh, the TDP activists barged inside the APTDC resorts with TDP flags at Rushikonda, which was tipped to be the Chief Minister Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy’s residence and camp office. This resort till date was out of bounds for the common man.

  • June 04, 2024 11:41
    Jagan Mohan Reddy will not get more seats than Pawan Kalyan: CM Ramesh

    Speaking to the media persons in Anakapalli on June 4, BJP candidate for Anakapalli LS CM Ramesh said that Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy will not get more seats than Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan.

  • June 04, 2024 11:37
    TDP MP candidate of Srikakulam Parliament seat Kinjarapu Rammohan Naidu could get 31,146 votes majority after completion of third round. His nearest rival and YSRCP nominee is Perada Tilak
  • June 04, 2024 11:36
    After completion of the first round, BJP’s MP candidate C.M. Ramesh had a lead of 9,251 votes
  • June 04, 2024 11:35
    Former Minister of State for Defence and Congress candidate M.M. Pallam Raju trailing

    In Kakinada, Jana Sena candidate Tangella Uday Srinivas is leading with 42,817 votes, former Minister of State for Defence and Congress candidate M.M. Pallam Raju is trailing. In Amalapuram, TDP candidate Ganti Harish Madhur is leading with 83,634 votes.

  • June 04, 2024 11:33
    TDP’s Nellore MP candidate Vemireddy Prabhakar Reddy is leading with 22,942 votes over YSRCP leader V Vijayasai Reddy.
  • June 04, 2024 11:23
    TDP’s Nellore MP candidate Vemireddy Prabhakar Reddy is leading with 22,942 votes over YSRCP leader V. Vijayasai Reddy
  • June 04, 2024 11:22
    Sitting YSRCP MP Mithun Reddy leads by 3,000 votes over Kiran Kumar Reddy of BJP in Rajampeta
  • June 04, 2024 11:21
    Former Lok Sabha Speaker’s son G. Harish in the lead in Amalapuram

    AMALAPURAM | TDP Amalapuram Lok Sabha candidate Ganti Harish Madhur is in the lead with 6,454 votes in Mummudivaram and P. Gannavaram assembly constituencies in Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Konaseema district, States Information and Public Relations Department. Mr. Harish is the son of India’s first Dalit Lok Sabha Speaker G.M.C. Balayogi. In 2019, Mr. Harish was defeated by YSRCP candidate Chinta Anuradha in Amalapuram Lok Sabha segment. In 2024, Mr. Harish is in the fray against YSRCP candidate Rapaka Varaprasad in the Amalapuram Lok Sabha segment.

  • June 04, 2024 11:20
    BJP State President D. Purandeswari leading, former APCC President Gidugu trailing in Rajamundry Lok Sabha

    BJP State President D. Purandeswari leading, former APCC President Gidugu trailing in Rajamundry Lok Sabha RAJAMAHENDRAVARAM | Andhra Pradesh BJP State President D. Purandeswari is leading with 8,984 votes against her rival and YSRCP Guduri Chakradhar in Rajahmundry Lok Sabha constituency.

    According to the Election Commission of India, Ms. Purandeswari has received 47,696 votes while Mr. Chakradhar received 38,712 votes. Former AP Congress Committee President and Congress candidate Gidugu Rudraraju is trailing and received 2,174 votes.

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