The results for the Andhra Pradesh Assembly Elections 2019 will be announced today. The counting of votes for the 175 constituencies in Andhra Pradesh Assembly began at 8 am and the final list of winners is expected to be out by the end of the day on Thursday. Voting for Unguturu, Uravakonda, Vemuru, Venkatagiri, Yemmiganur Vidhan Sabha seats took place on April 11 in Phase 1. In Andhra Pradesh, the ruling Telugu Desam Party (TDP) is facing stiff competition from the YSR Congress Party.
In the Andhra Pradesh Assembly Elections 2014, Ganni Veeranjaneyulu of the TDP had won the election from Unguturu seat, who will be fighting the 2019 poll as well. The other candidates on this seat for the 2019 polls are Hari Kumara Raju Pathapati of the Congress, Puppala Srinivasarao of the YSRCP and Inti Udaya Bhaskararao of the BJP among others.
The Uravakonda seat was won in 2014 AP Assembly Polls by Y Visweswara Reddy of the YSRCP, who will be fighting the election this year as well. The other candidates for the 2019 polls on this seat are Podapati Rama Naidu of the Congress, Kotha Sreenivasulu of the BJP and Payyavula Keshav of the TDP.
The Vemuru seat was won in 2014 by Ananda Babu Nakka of the YSRCP. The candidates for 2019 are Merugu Nagarjuna of the YSRCP, Ananda Babu Nakka of the TDP, Darsanapu Srinivasa Rao of the BJP and Jaladi Sobhan Kumar of the Congress.
The Venkatagiri seat was won in 2014 by Kurugondla Ramakrishna of the TDP, who will be fighting the 2019 polls too. The other candidates for 2019 Andhra Assembly poll on this seat are SSR Naidu of the BJP, Panta Srinivasulu Reddy of the Congress and Anam Ramanarayana Reddy of the YSRCP among others.
The Yemmiganur seat was won in 2014 by B Jayanageswara Reddy of the TDP, who will be fighting the 2019 poll too. The other candidates this election are K Chennakesava Reddy of the YSRCP, Kadimetla Lakshmi Naraya Reddy of the Congress and KR Murahari Reddy of the BJP among others.
Along with Andhra Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Polls, voting will also be held for Lok Sabha Elections 2019 in the state on April 11. The counting of votes will be held on May 23.