Telangana ZPTC & MPTC Election Results 2019

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The Telangana State Election Commission declared the ZPTC & MPTC Elections results on Tuesday 4th June 2019. The TRS party had a humongous victory in this election. The TRS Party has won 446 ZPTC’s out of 535 ZPTC’s while the Congress Party won 76 ZPTC’s, BJP party won 8, and the others won the remaining 5 ZPTC’s. In the MPTC election results the TRS party won 3556 MPTC’s out of 5738 MPTC’s while the Congress party won 1377 MPTC’s, BJP won 211 MPTC’s, CPI won 84 MPTC’s, TDP won 21 MPTC’s and the others won 489 MPTC’s.

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Telangana ZPTC Election Results 2019:

S.NO Name of The Party ZPTC’s Won
1 TRS 446
2 Congress 76
3 BJP 8
4 CPI 0
5 TDP 0
6 Others 5
Total ZPTC’s 535
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Telangana MPTC Election Results 2019:

S.NO Name of The Party MPTC’s Won
1 TRS 3556
2 Congress 1377
3 BJP 211
4 CPI 84
5 TDP 21
6 Others 489
Total MPTC’s 5738

Telangana ZPTC Election Results Party Wise & District Wise 2019:

District Total TRS Congress BJP Others
Medchal-Malkajgiri 5 4 1 0 0
Warangal Urban 7 7 0 0 0
Mulugu 8 7 1 0 0
Jayashankar Bhoopalapally 11 6 4 0 1
Narayanpet 11 9 1 1 0
Jangoan 12 12 0 0 0
Jogulamba Gadwal 12 12 0 0 0
Rajanna Sirisilla 12 11 1 0 0
Peddapally 13 11 2 0 0
Mahaboobnagar 14 14 0 0 0
Vanaparthy 14 13 1 0 0
Komaram Bheem Asifabad 15 14 1 0 0
Kareemnagar 15 15 0 0 0
Mahaboobabad 16 14 2 0 0
Manchiryala 16 13 2 0 1
Warangal Rural 16 16 0 0 0
Yadadri Bhuvanagiri 17 14 3 0 0
Adilabad 17 9 3 5 0
Nirmal 18 12 5 0 1
Vikarabad 18 15 3 0 0
Jagityala 18 17 1 0 0
Medak 20 18 2 0 0
Nagar Kurnool 20 17 3 0 0
Khammam 20 17 3 0 0
Badadri Kothagudem 21 16 3 0 2
Ranga Reddy 21 16 4 0 0
Kama Reddy 22 14 8 0 0
Siddipeta 23 22 1 0 0
Suryapeta 23 19 4 0 0
Nizambad 27 23 2 2 0
Sanga Reddy 25 20 5 0 0
Nalgonda 31 24 7 0 0
Total: 538 451 73 8 5
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Telangana MPTC Election Results Party Wise & District Wise 2019:

District TRS Congress BJP Others
Medchal-Malkajgiri 20 12 1 9
Warangal Urban 62 12 1 11
Mulugu 48 23 0 1
Jayashankar Bhoopalapally 62 26 2 16
Narayanpet 86 17 26 10
Jangoan 96 33 0 10
Jogulamba Gadwal 99 19 10 13
Rajanna Sirisilla 72 18 8 25
Peddapally 91 31 6 10
Mahaboobnagar 113 38 6 12
Vanaparthy 89 21 0 17
Komaram Bheem Asifabad 83 19 3 16
Kareemnagar 98 26 15 36
Mahaboobabad 132 49 1 15
Manchiryala 78 36 0 15
Warangal Rural 129 43 0 16
Yadadri Bhuvanagiri 85 72 1 11
Adilabad 83 28 33 4
Nirmal 85 51 6 14
Vikarabad 139 72 0 9
Jagityala 143 37 19 15
Medak 117 43 0 29
Nagar Kurnool 137 52 4 16
Khammam 167 58 0 42
Badadri Kothagudem 115 25 0 28
Ranga Reddy 126 75 18 37
Kama Reddy 149 61 4 22
Siddipeta 152 28 4 44
Suryapeta 143 75 3 8
Nizambad 186 46 34 33
Sanga Reddy 177 101 2 15
Nalgonda 194 130 4 14
Total: 3556 1377 211 573
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The ZPTC & MPTC Election 2019 notification was released on Sunday 21st of this month. The Telangana State Election Commission scheduled the elections in 3 phases. Along with the polling dates the TS Election Commission announced the ZPTC & MPTC Elections Results date and the results will be declared on 27th May 2019.The ZPTC & MPTC election first phase is on 6th May Sunday, second phase is on 10h May Friday, and the third and last phase will be held on 14th May 2019 Tuesday.

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Telangana ZPTC & MPTC Election Dates & Important Points:

  • ZPTC & MPTC Election First Phase Date – 6th May 2019 – Monday
  • ZPTC & MPTC Election Second Phase Date – 10th May 2019 – Friday
  • ZPTC & MPTC Election Third Phase Date – 14th May 2019 – Tuesday
  • Zilla Parishads – 32
  • Total ZPTC’s– 535
  • Total MPTC’s – 5857
  • Mode of Election – Ballot Paper
  • Total Electorate – 1.56 crores
  • Total Male Voters – 77.34 Lakhs
  • Total Female Voters – 78.76 Lakhs
  • Total Polling Stations – 32,042

Major Political Parties in Telangana State:

S.NO Party Party short form Party Leader
1 Telangana Rashtra Samithi TRS K. Chandrashekar Rao
2 Indian National Congress INC N. Uttam kumar Reddy
3 Telugu Desam Party TDP L. Ramana
4 All India Majlis-e-ittehadul Muslimeen MIM Akbar Owasi
5 Bharatiya Janatha Party BJP Dr.K. Lakshman
6 Communist Party of India CPI Ch. Venkat Reddy
7 Telangana Jana Samithi TJS M. Kodandaram
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Telangana ZPTC & MPTC Elections Phase-I Date & Schedule 2019:

S.NO ZPTC & MPTC Election Event Date Election Event Day
1 Nominations of Candidates starts on 22/04/ 2019 Monday
2 Nominations of Candidates ends on 24/04/ 2019 Wednesday
3 Scrutiny of Nominations 25/04/ 2019 Thursday
4 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 28/04/ 2019 Sunday
5 Election Day 06/05/ 2019 Monday
6 Counting starts on 27/05/2019 Monday
7 Election Results 27/05/2019 Monday

Telangana ZPTC & MPTC Elections Phase-II Date & Schedule 2019:

S.NO ZPTC & MPTC Election Event Date Election Event Day
1 Nominations of Candidates starts on 26/04/2019 Friday
2 Nominations of Candidates ends on 28/04/2019 Sunday
3 Scrutiny of Nominations 29/04/2019 Monday
4 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 02/05/2019 Thursday
5 Election Day 10/05/2019 Friday
6 Counting starts on 27/05/2019 Monday
7 Election Results 27/05/2019 Monday

Telangana ZPTC & MPTC Elections Phase-III Date & Schedule 2019:

S.NO ZPTC & MPTC Election Event Date Election Event Day
1 Nominations of Candidates starts on 30/04/2019 Tuesday
2 Nominations of Candidates ends on 02/05/2019 Thursday
3 Scrutiny of Nominations 03/05/2019 Friday
4 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 06/05/ 2019 Monday
5 Election Day 14/05/2019 Tuesday
6 Counting starts on 27/05/2019 Monday
7 Election Results 27/05/2019 Monday
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Telangana ZPTC’s District Wise:

S.NO District ZPTC
1 Medchal-Malkajgiri 4
2 Warangal Urban 7
3 Mulugu 9
4 Jayashankar Bhoopalapally 11
5 Narayanpet 11
6 Jangoan 12
7 Jogulamba Gadwal 12
8 Rajanna Sirisilla 12
9 Peddapally 13
10 Mahaboobnagar 14
11 Vanaparthy 14
12 Komaram Bheem Asifabad 15
13 Kareemnagar 15
14 Mahaboobabad 16
15 Manchiryala 16
16 Warangal Rural 16
17 Yadadri Bhuvanagiri 17
18 Adilabad 17
19 Nirmal 18
20 Vikarabad 18
21 Jagityala 18
22 Medak 20
23 Nagar Kurnool 20
24 Khammam 20
25 Badadri Kothagudem 21
26 Ranga Reddy 21
27 Kama Reddy 22
28 Siddipeta 22
29 Suryapeta 23
30 Nizambad 25
31 Sanga Reddy 25
32 Nalgonda 31

Telangana MPTC’s District Wise:

S.NO District MPTC
1 Medchal-Malkajgiri 42
2 Warangal Urban 86
3 Mulugu 86
4 Jayashankar Bhoopalapally 106
5 Narayanpet 140
6 Jangoan 140
7 Jogulamba Gadwal 141
8 Rajanna Sirisilla 123
9 Peddapally 138
10 Mahaboobnagar 198
11 Vanaparthy 128
12 Komaram Bheem Asifabad 123
13 Kareemnagar 178
14 Mahaboobabad 198
15 Manchiryala 130
16 Warangal Rural 178
17 Yadadri Bhuvanagiri 177
18 Adilabad 158
19 Nirmal 156
20 Vikarabad 221
21 Jagityala 214
22 Medak 189
23 Nagar Kurnool 212
24 Khammam 289
25 Badadri Kothagudem 220
26 Ranga Reddy 257
27 Kama Reddy 236
28 Siddipeta 229
29 Suryapeta 235
30 Nizambad 299
31 Sanga Reddy 295
32 Nalgonda 349
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Assembly Elections Live Updates

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TS Assembly Elections Live Updates:

The Chief Electoral Officer of Telangana State has released the 2018 TS Assembly Elections schedule. As per the schedule, today is the polling day in Telangana State i.e. 7th December 2018.  The election campaign of all the major parties who are contesting in this fight has come to an end on 5th December at 04:00 PM. It is very clear that the final battle is between the ruling TRS party and the Maha Kootami.

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Voting Process in Telangana:

The Chief Electoral Officer of Telangana State, for the first time using VVPAT machines for voting. The full form of VVPAT is Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail.  There are around 32,574 polling stations across the Telangana State. In all these polling stations the Telangana election commission arranged these VVPAT machines.

Before going to the polling station it is better to grab your voter id card, voter slip. If voter slip is not with you then you can get it at the polling station by showing your voter id card. If there is an address change or some changes in the voter, then, in that case, it is better to carry a valid identification proof other than the voter card.

Telangana Election Live Updates:

1 Total Number of Polling Stations in Telangana 32,574 Polling Stations
2 Total Number of Candidates contesting for election Above 2000
3 Total Number of Major Parties Contesting 07
4 Ruling Party in Telangana TRS Party
5 Total Number of Voters 2,80,64,680
6 Date of Poll in Telangana 7th December 2018

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Party Wise Number of Contestants in Telangana Elections 2018:

The ruling party TRS is contesting in all the 119 constituencies whereas the Mahakutami is contesting for 119 constituencies (INC – 94, TDP – 13, TJS – 8, CPI -3), the BJP is also contesting in all the 119 constituencies, MIM in 8 constituencies.

S.NO Party Party in short form Party Leader Contesting for 2018 Elections
1 Telangana Rashtra Samithi TRS K. Chandrashekar Rao 119
2 Indian National Congress INC N. Uttam kumar Reddy 94
3 Telugu Desam Party TDP L. Ramana 13
4 All India Majlis-e-ittehadul Muslimeen MIM Akbar Owasi 8
5 Bharatiya Janatha Party BJP Dr.K. Lakshman 119
6 Communist Party of India CPI Ch. Venkat Reddy 3
7 Telangana Jana Samithi TJS M. Kodandaram 8

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Party Wise Number of Contestants in Telangana Elections 2014:

S.NO Party Party in short form Party Leader 2014 Winning Seats
1 Telangana Rashtra Samithi TRS K. Chandrashekar Rao 63
2 Indian National Congress INC N. Uttam kumar Reddy 21
3 Telugu Desam Party TDP L. Ramana 15
4 All India Majlis-e-ittehadul Muslimeen MIM Akbar Owasi 7
5 Bharatiya Janatha Party BJP Dr.K. Lakshman 5
6 Communist Party of India CPI Ch. Venkat Reddy 1
7 Telangana Jana Samithi TJS M. Kodandaram 0

Telangana Exit Polls:

By today evening we can get the exit polls in the Telangana State. As scheduled by the election commission of Telangana State the polling in all the 119 constituencies will be on 7th December.

Telangana Election opinion Polls:

As per the leading survey agencies, the Telangana election opinion polls are like the ruling party TRS is expected to win 70 seats, Congress could win 31, whereas TDP can get 2 seats, MIM- 8 seats and the BJP party is expected to win 3 seats. But after these opinion polls as the election campaign moves on there is a difference that can be clearly noticed during the last fifteen days. According to the leading surveys on 9th November the survey has been completely changed and the TRS is expected to win 42 seats whereas the Congress bags 64 seats and 13 seats for others.

Telangana Elections Polling Percentage:

The Telangana State election commissioner Dr Rajat Kumar said in an interview that there would be no election campaign before 48 hours of the election. i.e., the election campaign for the 2018 elections ends on 5th December at 04:00 PM.  He also added that they are expecting a good polling percentage in Telangana Assembly elections.

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Telangana Election Results

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Telangana Election Results Live:

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Counting in Telangana State has completed successfully the ruling party TRS has won 88 seats in Telangana State for the second time whereas Maha Kutami got 21 seats, BJP 1 seat, MIM got 7 seats, while others got 2 seats.

Total Constituencies TRS Congress BJP TDP MIM Others
119 88 19 1 2 7 2

TRS is leading in 86 Constituencies whereas Congress is leading in 19 Constituencies while TDP is leading in 2 constituencies, BJP is leading in 4 constituencies, MIM is leading in 5 seats and the others are leading in 3 constituencies.

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The Chief Electoral Officer of Telangana has released the Election schedule for the 2018 Assembly elections. Actually, the Assembly elections in Telangana State are scheduled along with the General elections of India which are to be held in the year 2019, but the current Government in Telangana State dissolved their Government and called for early elections in Telangana State. Therefore the Election Commission of Telangana State has scheduled the elections in the month of December 2018. Along with the 2018 election schedule they announced the Telangana election results day. The 2018 Assembly election votes counting starts on 11th of this month.

All the major parties in Telangana State are participating in these Assembly elections and the most interesting part of this election is for the first time in the history of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh Congress and TDP are combined together and formed as Maha Kutami along with other two parties. The current Government TRS party along with MIM party is combinely contesting this election whereas the BJP is contesting individually.

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Total Number of Constituencies in Telangana State:

There are 119 assembly constituencies in Telangana State, to form the Government one has to get a minimum of 60 seats. This 2018 election is the second election in the history of Telangana State. 2014 election was the first election after the separation from the combined Andhra Pradesh State. In the 2014 elections, TRS party formed the Government for the first time in the newly formed Telangana State. This time the competition is completely between the TRS party and the Maha kutami.

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Telangana Election Schedule:

The Election Commission of Telangana State Scheduled the Assembly elections to be held on 7th December 2018. The 2018 Assembly elections will be the second elections for Telangana State. The first Chief Minister of Telangana State called for the early elections in Telangana by dissolving the Government.

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Telangana Elections Results Constituency Wise:

Telangana MLA’S List 2018

Constituency Name Winner Name & Party
Adilabad Jogu Ramanna /TRS
Alair Gongidi Suneetha /TRS
Alampur Abraham V.M. /TRS
Amberpet Kaleru Venkatesham /TRS
Andole Kranthi Kiran Chanti /TRS
Armur Ashannagari Jeevan Reddy /TRS
Asifabad Athram Sakku /Congress
Aswaraopeta Mecha Nageswara Rao /TDP
Bahadurpura Mohd. Moazam Khan /MIM
Balkonda Vemula Prashanth Reddy /TRS
Banswada Pocharam Srinivas Reddy /TRS
Bellampalli Durgam Chinnaiah /TRS
Bhadrachalam Podem Veeraiah /Congress
Bhongir Pailla Shekar Reddy /TRS
Bhupalpalle Gandra Venkata Ramana Reddy /Congress
Boath Bapu Rao Rathod /TRS
Bodhan Shakil Aamir Mohammed /TRS
Chandrayangutta Akbaruddin Owaisi /MIM
Charminar Mumtaz Ahmed Khan /MIM
Chennur Balka Suman /TRS
Chevella Kale Yadaiah /TRS
Choppadandi Ravi Shankar Sunke /TRS
Devarakonda Ramavath Ravindra Kumar /TRS
Devarkadra Alla Venkateswar Reddy /TRS
Dharmapuri Eshwar Koppula /TRS
Dornakal Dharam Soth Redya Naik /TRS
Dubbak Solipeta Ramalinga Reddy /TRS
Gadwal Bandla Krishna Mohan Reddy /TRS
Gajwel Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao /TRS
Ghanpur (Station) Dr. Thatikonda Rajaiah /TRS
Goshamahal T. Raja Singh /BJP
Husnabad Satish Kumar Voditela /TRS
Huzurabad Eatala Rajendar /TRS
Huzurnagar Uttam Kumar Reddy Nalamada /Congress
Ibrahimpatnam Manchireddy Kishan Reddy /TRS
Jadcherla Charlakola Laxma Reddy /TRS
Jagtial M.Sanjay Kumar /TRS
Jangoan Muthireddy Yadagiri Reddy /TRS
Jubilee Hills Maganti Gopinath /TRS
ukkal Hanmanth Shinde /TRS
Kalwakurthy Gurka Jaipal Yadav /TRS
Kamareddy Gampa Govardhan /TRS
Karimnagar Gangula Kamalakar /TRS
Karwan Kausar Mohiuddin /MIM
Khairatabad Danam Nagender /TRS
Khammam Ajay Kumar Puvvada /TRS
Khanapur Ajmera Rekha /TRS
Kodad Bollam Mallaiah Yadav /TRS
Kodangal Patnam Narender Reddy /TRS
Kollapur Beeram Harshavardhan Reddy /Congress
Koratla Kalvakuntla Vidyasagar Rao /TRS
Kothagudem Vanama Venkateswara Rao /Congress
Kukatpally Madhavaram Krishna Rao /TRS
Lal Bahadur Nagar Devi Reddy Sudheer Reddy /Congress
Madhira Bhatti Vikramarka Mallu /Congress
Mahabubabad Banoth Shankar Naik /TRS
Mahbubnagar V. Srinivas Goud /TRS
Maheshwaram Patlolla Sabitha Indra Reddy /Congress
Makthal Chittem Rammohan Reddy /TRS
Malakpet Ahmed Bin Abdullah Balala /MIM
Malkajgiri Hanumanth Rao Mynampally /TRS
Manakondur Balakishan Rasamayi /TRS
Mancherial Nadipelli Diwakar Rao /TRS
Manthani Duddilla Sridhar Babu /Congress
Medak Padma Devender Reddy. M /TRS
Medchal Ch. Malla Reddy /TRS
Miryalguda Nallamothu Bhaskar Rao /TRS
Mudhole Gaddigari Vittal Reddy /TRS
Mulug Anasuya Dansari /Congress
Munugode Komatireddy Rajgopal Reddy /Congress
Musheerabad Muta Gopal /TRS
Nagarjuna Sagar Nomula Narsimhaiah /TRS
Nagarkurnool Marri Janardhan Reddy /TRS
Nakrekal Chirumarthi Lingaiah /Congress
Nalgonda Kancharla Bhupal Reddy /TRS
Nampalli Jaffar Hussain /MIM
Narayankhed Maha Reddy Bhupal Reddy /TRS
Narayanpet S.Rajender Reddy /TRS
Narsampet Peddi Sudarshan Reddy /TRS
Narsapur Chilumula Madan Reddy /TRS
Nirmal Allola Indrakaran Reddy /TRS
Nizamabad (Rural) Baji Reddy Goverdhan /TRS
Nizamabad (Urban) Bigala Ganesh /TRS
Palair Kandala Upender Reddy /Congress
Palakurthi Errabelli Dayakar Rao /TRS
PARGI K.Mahesh Reddy /TRS
Parkal Challa. Dharma Reddy /TRS
Patancheru Gudem Mahipal Reddy /TRS
Peddapalle Manohar Reddy Dasari /TRS
Pinapaka Kantha Rao Rega /Congress
Quthbullapur K.P Vivekanand /TRS
Rajendranagar Tolkanti Prakash Goud /TRS
Ramagundam Korukanti Chandar Patel/Independent
Sanath Nagar Talasani Srinivas Yadav /TRS
Sangareddy Turupu Jayaprakash Reddy /Congress
Sathupalli Sandra Venkata Veeraiah /TDP
secunderabad T.Padma Rao /TRS
Secunderabad Cantt. G. Sayanna /TRS
Serilingampally Arekapudi Gandhi /TRS
Shadnagar Anjaiah Yelganamoni /TRS
Siddipet Thanneeru Harish Rao /TRS
Sircilla Kalvakuntla Taraka Rama Rao /TRS
Sirpur Koneru Konappa /TRS
Suryapet Guntakandla Jagadish Reddy /TRS
Tandur Rohith Reddy /Congress
Thungathurthy Gadari Kishore Kumar /TRS
Uppal Bethi Subhas Reddy /TRS
Vemulawada Ramesh Chennamaneni /TRS
Vikarabad Dr. Anand Methuku /TRS
Wanaparthy Singireddy Niranjan Reddy /TRS
Warangal East Narendar Nannapuneni /TRS
Warangal West Dasyam Vinay Bhasker /TRS
Wardhanapet Aroori Ramesh /TRS
Wyra Lavudya Ramulu/ Independent
Yakutpura Syed Ahmed Pasha Quadri /MIM
Yellandu Haripriya Banoth /Congress
Yellareddy Jajala Surender /Congress
Zahirabad Koninty Manik Rao /TRS

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Telangana Elections Schedule 2018:

Telangana Assembly Elections Schedule & Polling Date

S.NO Telangana Election Event Election Date Election Day
1 Nominations for Elections starts on 12th November 2018. Monday.
2 Nominations for Elections ends on 19th November 2018. Monday.
3 Scrutiny of Nominations 20th November 2018. Tuesday.
4 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 22nd November 2018. Thursday.
5 Polling Day 7th December 2018. Friday.
6 Date of Counting. 11th December 2018. Tuesday.

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