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Madhira (SC) (Telangana) Assembly Constituency Election



Madhira Election Results 2018 Updates - List of Winner & Runner Up Candidates

Below is the list of winners and runners-up in the Madhira 2018 Assembly Elections.

Constituency numberConstituencyCandidate NamePartyVotes
114MadhiraBHATTI VIKRAMARKA MALLUIndian National Congress80598
114MadhiraKAMAL RAJU LINGALATelangana Rashtra Samithi77031
114MadhiraRAMBABU KOTABahujana Left Party23030
114MadhiraKOTHAPALLI VENKATESWARA RAOPrajaa Swaraaj Party1228
114MadhiraKATHULA SHYAMALA RAOBharatiya Janata Party1085
114MadhiraCHATLA NAGAMANI KUMARBahujan Samaj Party914
114MadhiraBALAVANTHAPU KALYAN KUMARPyramid Party of India680
114MadhiraKOTHAPALLI BABUIndependent448
114MadhiraRAMADAS MARKAPUDITelangana Communist Party of India434
114MadhiraSREENIVASA RAO KOPPULAIndependent266
114MadhiraPULIPATI PRAKASHIndependent218
114MadhiraNone of the AboveNone of the Above1011

Sitting and previous MLAs from Madhira (SC) Assembly Constituency

Below is the list of winners and runners-up in the Madhira (SC) assembly elections conducted so far.

YearA. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.Winner Candidates NameGenderPartyVotesRunner UPGenderPartyVotes
2018114Madhira-BHATTI VIKRAMARKA MALLU-Indian National Congress80598KAMAL RAJU LINGALA-Telangana Rashtra Samithi77031
2014114Madhira(SC)--------
2009114Madhira(SC)Bhatti Vikramarka MalluMINC59192Kamala Raju LingalaMCPM57786
2004278MadhiraGENKatta Venkata Narasaiah MCPM71405Kondabala Koteswara RaoMTDP49972
1999278MadhiraGENKondabala Koteswara RaoMTDP48226Katta Venkata NarasaiahMCPM43225
1998By PollsMadhiraGENKatta Venkatanarasaiah MCPM 48914Seelam Sidda Reddy MINC 44894
1994278MadhiraGENBodepudi Venkateswara RaoMCPM68578Seelam Sidda ReddyMINC59417
1989278MadhiraGENBodepudi Venkateswara Rao MCPM62853Seemlam Siddha ReddyMINC55831
1985278MadhiraGENBodepudi Venkateswar Rao MCPM51104Seelam Sidda ReddyMINC42036
1983278MadhiraGENSeelam Siddha Reddy MINC38338Bodepudi Venkateswar RaoMCPM27151
1978278MadhiraGENBandaru Prasada RaoMINC(I)31115Narasimha Rao MaddineniMJNP24863
1972272MadhiraGENDiggineri VenkatravammaMINC40799Bade Udi Venkateswara Rao MCPM23457
1967272MadhiraGEND. VenkaiahMINC26076B. V. RaoMCPM15672
1962286MadhiraGENDuggineni VenkiahMINC26821Ravilla Sankaraiah MIND21365
195774MadhiraGENB. Satyanarayan RaoMINC21149N. Prasada Rao MPDF18546


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