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Members of Parliament


Sri S.V.L.Narasimham

He is a reputed Senior Advocate and belongs to Guntur. In 1930s, he led the Trade Union of Krishna Cement Company as its President. In 1952, when Mangalagiri Assembly segment was a part of Guntur Parliamentary constituency, he contested as an Independent candidate and won by a majority of 1,03,126 votes. He died in Guntur.


1952 Election - Guntur
No.of Electors 364698
Polled Votes 254499 (38.65%)
Valid Votes 254499
Polling Date 27-03-1952
Winning Margin 17517 (6.88% of valid votes)

Result
Sri S.V.Lakshmi Narasimham M Independent 79350 31.18%
Sri N.G.Ranga M Krishikar Lok Party (KLP) 61833 24.3%
Sri Sheik Galib Sahib M Indian National Congress (INC) 59458 23.36%
Sri P.Ravi Varma M Kisan Mazdoor Praja Party (KMPP) 53858 21.16%


Sri Kottha Raghuramaiah

He belonged to Jagarlamudi village. He participated in the independence movement. He completed his Bar-at-Law in London and practiced during the years 1937-41 in Madras. When Mangalagiri Assembly segment was a part of Guntur Parliamentary constituency, he was elected in 1957, 1962, 1967 and 1971 elections, representing Congress party. He was the Central Minister in many occasions. He was the first MP representing Mangalagiri segment, who served as the Minister in Central Cabinet. He was born on 6-7-1912 and died on 5-6-1979.


1957 Election - Guntur
No.of Electors 505891
Polled Votes 267579 (52.89%)
Valid Votes 267579
Polling Date 25-02-1957
Winning Margin 58955 (22.03% of valid votes)

Result
Sri Kotha Raghuramaiah M Indian National Congress (INC) 158160 59.11%
Sri S.V.Lakshmi Narasimham M Independent 99205 37.08%
Sri Viswas L.Paul M Independent 10214 3.82%


1962 Election - Guntur
No.of Electors 516008
Polled Votes 368813 (71.47%)
Valid Votes 355564
Polling Date 19-02-1962
Winning Margin 99942 (28.11% of valid votes)

Result
Sri Kotha Raghuramaiah M Indian National Congress (INC) 204533 57.52%
Sri Sastla Venkata Lakshmi Narasimham M Independent 104591 29.42%
Sri Kolli Basivereddi M Jan Sangh 24782 6.97%
Sri Karumanchi Venkateswara Rao M Independent 21658 6.09%


1967 Election - Guntur
No.of Electors 564418
Polled Votes 413981 (73.35%)
Valid Votes 400113
Polling Date 15-02-1967
Winning Margin 117032 (29.25% of valid votes)

Result
Sri Kotha Raghuramaiah M Indian National Congress (INC) 237225 59.29%
Sri N.V.Laxmi Narasimha Rao M Independent 120193 30.04%
Sri I.Govinda Rao M Independent 29835 7.46%
Sri C.V.Satyanarayana M Independent 12860 3.21%


1971 Election - Guntur
No.of Electors 629787
Polled Votes 424053 (67.33%)
Valid Votes 416439
Polling Date 3-5-1971
Winning Margin 191018 (45.87% of valid votes)

Result
Sri Kotha Raghuramaiah M Indian National Congress (INC) 260086 62.45%
Sri Jupudi Yagna Narayana M Bharatiya Jana Sangh (BJS) 69086 16.59%
Sri Vemulapalli Sri Krishna M Communist Party of India (CPI) 47428 11.39%
Sri Moturi Hanumantha Rao M Communist Party of India - Marxist (CPM) 29340 7.05%
Sri Kolla Chenchaiah M Independent 4613 1.11%
Sri Guthikonda Narahari M Independent 1861 0.45%
Sri Govindaraju laxminarayana M Independent 1640 0.39%
Sri Inturi Sambasivarao M Independent 1424 0.34%
Sri Ongole Paparao M Independent 979 0.24%


Sri Meduri Nageswararao

He belonged to Etukuru village located near Guntur. He was a freedom fighter. He was the Chairman of Guntur District Parishat. In 1977 and 1980 Parliament elections, he contested as the nominee of Congress party from Tenali Parliament constituency. He was born on 31-3-1910 and died on 13-1-1998.

1977 Election - Tenali
No.of Electors 659608
Polled Votes 448755 (68.03%)
Valid Votes 439245
Polling Date 16-03-1977
Winning Margin 57737 (13.14% of valid votes)
No.of Polling Booths 741
Electors Per Polling Booth 890

Result
Sri Meduri Nageswara Rao M Indian National Congress (INC) 244928 55.76%
Sri Gunturu Bapanaiah M Communist Party of India - Marxist (CPM) 187191 42.62%
Sri Avula Sambasiva Rao M Independent 5005 1.14%
Sri Kuchibhatala Rama Lingeswara Sarma M Independent 2121 0.48%


1980 Election - Tenali
No.of Electors 705166
Polled Votes 449548 (63.75%)
Valid Votes 441764
Polling Date 06-01-1980
Winning Margin 70350 (15.92% of valid votes)
No.of Polling Booths 930
Electors Per Polling Booth 758

Result
Sri Meduri Nageswara Rao M Indian National Congress (INC) 214807 48.62%
Sri Lavu Bala Gangadhara Rao M Communist Party of India - Marxist (CPM) 144457 32.7%
Sri Adams Kondamudi M Janatha Party 66922 15.15%
Sri Kamuru Koti Reddy M Independent 5675 1.28%
Sri Choppara Sadhu M Independent 5455 1.23%
Sri Ballarapu Raja Rao M Independent 4448 1.01%


Sri Nissankararao Venkataratnam

He belonged to Etukuru village. He was an Advocate by profession. He held the post of Speaker in A.P. Assembly. In 1984, he contested from Tenali Parliamentary Constituency representing Telugu Desam Party and won the seat. He was born on 10-5-1927 and died on 6-8-2004.


1984 Election - Tenali
No.of Electors 731629
Polled Votes 518765 (70.91%)
Valid Votes 510954
Polling Date 27-12-1984
Winning Margin 10438 (2.04% of valid votes)
No.of Polling Booths 936
Electors Per Polling Booth 781

Result
Sri Nissankararao Venkataratnam M Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 256766 50.25%
Sri Basav Punnayya Singam M Indian National Congress (INC) 246328 48.21%
Sri Vijaya Kumar Gurram M Independent 2716 0.53%
Sri Kurri Venkata Reddy M Independent 1992 0.39%
Sri Rathareddy Bathula M Independent 1294 0.25%
Sri Nallayya Katari M Independent 1040 0.20%
Sri Kanna Venkateswara Rao M Independent 442 0.09%
Sri Amirineni Veera Raghavaiah M Independent 376 0.07%


Sri Singam Basavapunnaiah

He is a native of Modumudi village in Krishna district. He was an Advocate by profession. In 1989, he contested from Tenali parliamentary constituency representing Congress Party and won against Telugu Desam Party candidate Sri Ummareddy Venkateswarlu. He was born on 14-10-1932.


1989 Election - Tenali
No.of Electors 890858
Polled Votes 646331 (72.55%)
Valid Votes 632195
Polling Date 22-11-1989
Winning Margin 64188 (10.15% of valid votes)
No.of Polling Booths 1006
Electors Per Polling Booth 885

Result
Sri Singam Basava Punnaiah M Indian National Congress (INC) 345150 54.6%
Sri Ummareddy Venkateswarlu M Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 280962 44.44%
Sri Naag Roop M Republican Party Of India (Khobragade) (RPK) 2521 0.4%
Sri Vamanadasu Veernala M Independent 1860 0.29%
Sri Srinivas Kamarajugadda M Independent 1702 0.27%


Dr.Ummareddy Venkateswarlu

He was born in Kondubatlavari palem of Bapatla Mandal in 1937. He was awarded with Doctorate in Agriculture. Basically he is an Academician and served in the capacity of Professor in Bapatla Agriculture college for 27 years. Accepting the invitation of NTR, Dr. Umma Reddy joined Telugu Desam Party. In 1991 and 1999, he was elected as MP from Tenali Parliamentary Constituency representing TDP. In 1996, he served in the Central Cabinet as Minister for Urban Development, Agriculture and Parliamentary Affairs. With the efforts and commitment of Dr. Ummareddy, the Krishna Water Project and Temple Ghat Road were realized. He also contributed huge amounts of Local Development Funds from MP Grants to this town.


1991 Election - Tenali
No.of Electors 888033
Polled Votes 539963 (60.80%)
Valid Votes 529738
Polling Date 20-05-1991
Winning Margin 10171 (1.92% of valid votes)
No.of Polling Booths 1007
Electors Per Polling Booth 882

Result
Sri Ummareddy Venkateswarlu M Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 252900 47.74%
Sri Singam Basavapunnaiah M Indian National Congress (INC) 242729 45.82%
Sri Alla Nauroji Reddy M Bharatiya Janatha Party (BJP) 25434 4.8%
Sri Ottiprolu Johnson M Independent 5845 1.10%
Srimathi Nemalikanti Ruthu F BSP 1224 0.23%
Sri Kondamudi Raja Sekhar M Independent 785 0.15%
Sri Kamarajugadda Srinivas M Independent 377 0.07%
Sri Rachabathuni Sri Giri Murthy M Independent 251 0.05%
Sri Amerieneni Veera Raghavaiah M Independent 193 0.04%


Srimathi Tadiparthi Sarada

Urvasi award winner and famous Cinema Star Smt. Sarada was born in Tenali on 25-6-1945. She has wide relations in this area. She represented Tenali Constitueny in Parliament by winning in 1996 Elections as the candidate of Telugu Desam Party.


1996 Election - Tenali
No.of Electors 961992
Polled Votes 632237 (65.72%)
Valid Votes 620616
Polling Date 22-04-1996
Winning Margin 36488 (5.88% of valid votes)
No.of Polling Booths 1204
Electors Per Polling Booth 799

Result
Srimathi Tadiparthi Sarada F Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 274244 44.19%
Sri Singam Basava Punnaiah M Indian National Congress (INC) 237756 38.31%
Sri Ambati Brahamanaiah M NTR TDP (LP) 72831 11.74%
Sri Yadlapati Raghunadh Babu M Bhartiya Janatha Party (BJP) 14488 2.33%
Sri V.Satyanarayana Swamy M Independent 3583 0.58%
Sri Paruchuri Someswara Rao M CPI (ML) 3180 0.51%
Sri M.Vinay Babu M AIIC(T) 2813 0.45%
Sri R.Srihari Murthy M Independent 1948 0.31%
Sri V.Madhava Rao M Independent 1686 0.27%
Sri T.Chinna Pulla Reddy M Independent 1262 0.20%
Sri Nuthakki Kataiah M Independent 1170 0.19%
Sri Paladigu Rajendra Prasad M Independent 1027 0.17%
Sri Kamineni Koteswara Rao M Independent 806 0.13%
Sri Kurra Butchi Babu M Independent 774 0.12%
Sri Nanduri Jairaju M Independent 708 0.11%
Sri Prasad Perikala M Independent 552 0.09%
Sri Sabbineni Ramesh M Independent 530 0.09%
Sri Dasu Manilla M Independent 520 0.08%
Sri I.Nirikshana Rao M Independent 494 0.08%
Sri S.Suryavara Prasada Rao M Independent 244 0.04%


Sri P.Sivasankar

Sri P.Sivasankar is basically a Legal professional. He was elected from Tenali Constituency to the Parliament during the year 1998. But, the Lok Sabha was dissolved with in 13 months, due to political instability at that time.


1998 Election - Tenali
No.of Electors 960503
Polled Votes 632751 (65.88%)
Valid Votes 625791
Polling Date 16-02-1998
Winning Margin 14536 (2.32% of valid votes)
No.of Polling Booths 1204
Electors Per Polling Booth 798

Result
Sri P.Siva Shanker M Indian National Congress (INC) 290014 46.34%
Srimathi Tadiparthi Sarada F Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 275478 44.02%
Sri Yadlapati Raghunadha Babu M Bhartiya Janatha Party (BJP) 59547 9.52%
Sri Kamineni Koteswara Rao M Independent 752 0.12%


Dr.Ummareddy Venkateswarlu

1999 Election - Tenali
No.of Electors 960447
Polled Votes 659306 (68.65%)
Valid Votes 645601
Polling Date 11-09-1999
Winning Margin 73029 (11.31% of valid votes)
No.of Polling Booths 1204
Electors Per Polling Booth 798

Result
Sri Ummareddy Venkateswarlu M Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 339800 52.63%
Sri P.Siva Shanker M Indian National Congress (INC) 266771 41.32%
Sri Paruchuri Nageswara Rao M Communist Party of India - Marxist (CPM) 35860 5.55%
Sri Vaigandla Nagaraju M Ajeya Bharat Party (AJBP) 1829 0.28%
Dr. Aremanda Sambasiva Rao M NTR TDP (LP) 1341 0.21%



Result in Mangalagiri
Sri Ummareddy Venkateswarlu M Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 44299
Sri P.Siva Shanker M Indian National Congress (INC) 42353
Sri Paruchuri Nageswara Rao M Communist Party of India - Marxist (CPM) 16707
Sri Vaigandla Nagaraju M Ajeya Bharat Party (AJBP) 206
Dr. Aremanda Sambasiva Rao M NTR TDP (LP) 298


Sri Vallabhaneni Balasouri

He was an old student of A.T.P.M. High School, Pedavadlapudi. He was a resident-student there upto 10th class. He was an Industrialist. He was the Director for Loyola Engineering College, Sattenapalli. In 2004 elections, he contested from Tenali Parliamentary Elections and won with a majority of 78,556 votes representing Congress party. He is one of the young M.P.s in India.



Sri Rayapati Sambasivarao

Rayapati Sambasiva Rao was born in Unguturu (Guntur District) on 07-June-1943 to Sri Venkata Ranga Rao and Srimathi Seetha Ramamma. He was elected as MP from Guntur in 1996, 1998, 2004 and 2009 elections. In reorganization of constituencies in 2008, Mangalagiri came under Guntur Parliament Constituency. He is the Founder of Educational Institutions like RVR & JC College of Engineering, Law and Education in Guntur. He received President of India Award for outstanding exporter during 1992-93 (Tobacco).

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