Total seats 9
Jagan supporters 3-Tdp 3-congress 3
Kadapa- Narayana reddy (ys jagan supporter)
Chittor - Desai tippa reddy (ys jagan supporter)
West godavari- Meka seshu babu (ys jagan supporter)
Nellore---------Narayana reddy (congress)
Karnul----------Sv mohan reddy (congress)
Srikakulam-----Viswa prasad (congress)
E.g.dt.-----------Boddu bhaskra rama rao (tdp)
Anathapuram---Govinda reddy (tdp)
West godavari-Rammohana rao (tdp)
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Ys jagan supporters contested in 5 constitutions.They won in 3 seats.Definetly this result gives boost to them,
Rebel leader Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy dealt a blow to the Congress even before formally launching his YSR Congress Party by defeating the ruling party candidates in three seats in the elections to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council from the Local Authorities Constituencies.
The Independent candidates backed by him have won the Local Authorities’ Constituencies (LAC) polls in Kadapa, Chittoor and West Godavari districts though the results are yet to be officially announced.
The margin of victory for Mr. Jagan’s candidates, though, was very slender in Chittoor and Kadapa -- his home district -- as they won by just one and nine votes respectively.
It was a personal setback to Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy as Congress lost the Council election in his native Chittoor district.
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A re-counting of votes was done in Chittoor as a Jagan group nominee secured a majority of just one vote. Initially, the Returning Officer Pradyumna rejected Congress’ demand for re-counting but later gave in.
Even then the Jagan group candidate maintained the one vote lead.
Overall, Congress lost three seats it currently held while main Opposition TDP added two more to its tally by winning three seats this time.
Congress contested eight seats, TDP seven and five from Jagan’s group and all of them won three seats each.
Mr. Kiran Kumar Reddy had claimed two days ago, immediately after the polling, that Congress would win six out of nine seats but the results proved otherwise.
TDP wrested the Anantapur LAC seat from Congress as former minister J C Diwakar Reddy’s supporters voted against the party. Mr. Diwakar had been sulking ever since he was denied a Cabinet berth in 2009.
The East Godavari LAC seat too went to TDP’s kitty as Jagan’s group played spoilsport with the prospects of the Congress nominee.
Congress and TDP held one seat each in West Godavari previously but only the latter managed to retain its position.
Here, Jagan’s group defeated Congress to bag the second seat.
Following the drubbing, State Tourism Minister Vatti Vasantha Kumar reportedly offered to step down from the post owning “moral responsibility”. His fellow ministers, however, dissuaded Mr. Vatti from doing so.
Elections were held for nine seats in eight districts on March 21 and counting of votes was taken up this morning.
As per unofficial results available, Congress won three (Srikakulam, Kurnool and SPS Nellore), TDP three (Anantapur, West Godavari and East Godavari) while the independent candidates supported by Jagan won in Kadapa, Chittoor and West Godavari.
The Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen had already won the Hyderabad LAC seat unopposed.