54 Candidates Win with Less than 5,000 Majority

YSRC nominee Ramakrishna Reddy secures a margin of only 12 votes in Mangalagiri Assembly segment in Guntur dist; Babu Mohan wins Andhole with majority of 3,291

Published: 19th May 2014 10:48 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th May 2014 10:48 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: There were as many as 17 candidates in Telangana who won the elections with margin of less than 5,000 votes. Of them, seven belong to TRS, four to TDP, three to Congress and one each to CPM, CPI and YSRC.

In Seemandhra, there were as many as 37 candidates who won with a margin of less than 5,000 votes. Out of them, 26 belong to YSRC and the remaining 11 to TDP.

While no winning candidate has got less than 5,000 majority in Adilabad and Nizamabad districts, there is one such candidate in the rest of the eight districts in Telangana.

In Karimnagar district, Somarapu Satyanarayana (TRS) won the election with a margin of 2,295 votes from Ramagundam. In Medak district, P Babu Mohan (TRS) won with a margin of 3,291 from Andole and Congress candidate won with a wafer thin margin of 842 votes from Zaheerabad.

In Rangareddy district, C Kanaka Reddy (TRS) won with a margin of 2,768 votes from Malkajgiri and Kale Yadaiah (Congress) with a majority of 781 votes from Chevella.

In Hyderabad, G Sayanna (TDP) won with a margin of 3,275 in Secunderabad Cantonment. In Mahbubnagar district, S Rajender Reddy (TDP) won the election with a margin of 2,270 from Narayanpet, V Srinivas Goud (TRS) with a margin of 3,139 from Mahbubnagar and G Chinna Reddy (Congress) with a margin of 4,291 from Wanaparathy.

In Nalgonda district, Ravindra Kumar Ramavath (CPI) won with a margin of 4,659 from Deverakonda, G Jagadeswar Reddy (TRS) with a margin of 2,219 in Suryapet, Vemula Veeresham (TRS) with a margin of 2,379 from Nakrekal and G Kishore Kumar (TRS) with 2,379 from Tungathurthi.

In Warangal, Errabelli Dayakar Rao (TDP)  won with a majority of 4,313 from Palakurthi. In Khammam district, Sandra Venkata Veeraiah (TDP) won with a margin of 2,485 from Sathupalle, Thati Venkateswarulu (YSRC) won with a margin of 930 from Aswaraopeta and Sunnam Rajaiah (CPM) with a margin of 1,815 votes from Bhadrachalam.

In Seemandhra

In Seemandhra, the YSRC candidates who secured a winning margin of less than 5,000 votes are: K Venkata Ramana Murthy (Pathapatnam - 3,865), Kambala Jogulu (Rajam - 512), V Kalavathi (Palakonda - 1,620), P Rajanna Dora (Salur - 4,926), B Mutyala Naidu (Madugula - 4,761), V Subbarao (Prathipadu - 3,422), C Jaggireddi (Kothapeta - 713), U Kalpana (Pamarru - 1069), Jaleel Khan (Vijayawada West - 3,108), A Ramakrishna Reddy (Mangalagiri - 12), Md Musthafa Shaik (Guntur East - 3,151), P Ramakrishna Reddy (Macherla - 3,535), G Ravikumar (Addanki - 4,196), A Suresh (Santhanuthalapadu - 1,294), R Pratap Kumar Reddy (Kavali - 4,969), K Sanjeevaiah (Sullurpeta - 3,736), K Sreenivasulu (Kodur - 2290), B Rajasekhar Reddy (Srisailam - 4,855), SV Mohan Reddy (Kurnool - 3,255), Bhuma Nagi Reddy (Nandyal - 2,973), G Jaya Ram (Alur - 1,986), Y Visweswara Reddy (Urvakonda - 2,275), Attar Chand Basha (Kadiri - 900), Chevireddy Bhaskar Reddy (Chandragiri - 4,518), RK Roja (Nagari - 858), N Amarnath Reddy (Palamaner - 2,850).

TDP candidates who secured a margin of less than 5000 votes are: K Kalavenkatarao (Etcherla - 4,741), V Anitha (Payakaraopet - 2,828), N Ramakrishna Reddy (Anaparthy - 1,541), P Satyanarayana (Achanta - 3,920), SR Rajgopal (Jaggayaapeta - 1,846), N Anand Babu (Vemuru - 2,127), Kodela Siva Prasada Rao (Sattenapalle - 924), B Venkata Rama Rao (Udayagiri - 4,673), K Srinivasulu (Rayadurg - 1,758), B Yamini Bala (Singanamala - 4,554), T Aditya (Satyavedu - 4,227).

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