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The Andhra Pradesh State Assembly is the seat of Andhra Pradesh's Legislative assembly

Coordinates: 17°24′06″N 78°28′05″E / 17.401586°N 78.467995°E / 17.401586; 78.467995 The Andhra Pradesh State Assembly Building located in Hyderabad city, is the seat of the state legislature of Andhra Pradesh.

It was built in 1913, the building was originally the Hyderabad Town hall. The Citizens of Princely state of Hyderabad raised money to build it to mark the 40th birthday of Nizam Mir Mahboob Ali Khan in 1905. This white gem of Hyderabad's architectural splendor was designed by specially commissioned architects. It adjoins the picturesque public gardens.

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State Legislature

The Andhra Pradesh State Legislature is currently bicameral.

  1. The lower house is called the Legislative Assembly. At present the Legislative Assembly of Andhra Pradesh consists of 295 Members including one Member nominated from Anglo-Indian Community.
  2. The Upper House known as the Legislative Council has lesser powers than the Assembly and several of its members are nominated by the Assembly. Others are elected from various sections of the society like Graduates and Teachers. Currently the Legislative Council consists of 90 members.

From 1956 to 1958 the Andhra Pradesh Legislature was Unicameral and from 1958 when the Council was formed, it became bicameral and continued till 1 June 1985 when the Legislative Council was abolished and the Andhra Pradesh Legislature once again Unicameral until March 2007 when it was reestablished and elections were held for its seats as per THE ANDHRA PRADESH LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL BILL, 2004.[1]

Politics

The Current State Government was formed after the April-May 2004 General Elections in which the Indian National Congress won an absolute majority in the Legislative Assembly (Lower House). Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy was elected the leader of the Legislative Party of the INC thus becoming the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. The INC won its second consecutive term in the Legislative Assembly elections held during April-May 2009. And now Chief Minister K Rosaiah continues.

State Level Constituencies

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Legislative Assembly Constituencies

There are a total of 294 Assembly Constituencies, spread across 23 districts, in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

Adilabad district

  1. Adilabad
  2. Asifabad
  3. Bodh
  4. Chinnur
  5. Khanapur
  6. Mudol
  7. Mancherial
  8. Nirmal
  9. Sirpur

Anantapur district

  1. Anantapur
  2. Dharmavaram
  3. Gorantla
  4. Gutty
  5. Hindupuram
  6. Kadiri
  7. Kalyanadurgam
  8. Madakasira
  9. Nallamada
  10. Penukonda
  11. Rayadurgam
  12. Singanamala
  13. Tadipathri
  14. Uravakonda

Chittoor district

  1. Chittoor
  2. Chandragiri
  3. Kuppam
  4. Madanapalli
  5. Nagiri
  6. Palamaneru
  7. Peeleru
  8. Punganuru
  9. Puttooru
  10. Satyavedu
  11. Srikalahasti
  12. Tambalapalli
  13. Tirupati
  14. Vayalpadu
  15. Vepanjeri

East Godavari district

  1. Alamuru
  2. Allavaram
  3. Amalapuram
  4. Anaparthi
  5. Burugupudi
  6. Ellavaram
  7. Jaggampeta
  8. Kadiyam
  9. Kakinada
  10. Kothapeta
  11. Mummidivaram
  12. Nagaram
  13. Peddapuram
  14. Pitapuram
  15. Prathipadu
  16. Rajahmundry
  17. Ramachandrapuram
  18. Razole
  19. sampara
  20. Tallarevu
  21. Tuni

Guntur district

  1. Bapatla
  2. Chilakaluripeta
  3. Duggirala
  4. Guntur - North
  5. Guntur - south
  6. Gurajala
  7. Kuchinapudi
  8. Mangalagiri
  9. Macharla
  10. Narsaraopeta
  11. Pedakoorapadu
  12. Ponnuru
  13. Prattipadu
  14. Repalli
  15. Sattenapalli
  16. Tadikonda
  17. Tenali
  18. Vemuru
  19. Vinukonda

Hyderabad district

  1. Ambarpet
  2. Charminar
  3. Chandrayanagutta
  4. Contonment
  5. Goshamahal
  6. Karwan
  7. Khairatabad
  8. Malakpet
  9. Malkajgiri
  10. Musheerabad
  11. Secunderabad
  12. Sanathnagar
  13. Yakhuthpura
  14. KUKATPALLY
  15. Uppal
  16. bahadurpura
  17. asifnagar

ojUBLI HILLS

Kadapa

  1. Badvel
  2. Jammalamadugu
  3. Kadapa
  4. Kamalapuram
  5. Koduru
  6. Mydukur
  7. Proddutooru
  8. Pulivendula
  9. Rajampeta
  10. Rayachoti

Karimnagar district

  1. Koratla
  2. Choppadandi
  3. Huzurabad
  4. Indurthi
  5. Jagtial
  6. Kamalapur
  7. Karimnagar
  8. Manthani
  9. Medaram
  10. Vemulawada
  11. Nerella
  12. Peddapalli
  13. Sirisilla

Khammam district

  1. Bhadrachalam
  2. Burgampahad
  3. yellandu
  4. Khammam
  5. Kothagudem
  6. Madhira
  7. paleru
  8. Sujathanagar
  9. Sathupalli

Krishna district

  1. Avanigadda
  2. Gannavaram
  3. Gudivada
  4. Jaggayyapeta
  5. Penamaluru
  6. Kaikaluru
  7. Machilipatnam
  8. Malleswaram
  9. Mylavaram
  10. Nandigama
  11. Nidumolu
  12. Nuziveedu
  13. Tiruvuru
  14. Vijayawada (East)
  15. Vijayawada (West
  16. Vuyyuru
  17. Pamarru
  18. Vijayawada (Central)

Kurnool

  1. Adoni
  2. Aluru
  3. Allagadda
  4. Atmakur
  5. Dhone
  6. Kodumuru
  7. Koilakuntla
  8. Kurnool
  9. Nandyala
  10. Nandikotkuru
  11. Panyam
  12. Pattikonda
  13. Yemmiganur

Mahbubnagar district

  1. Achampet
  2. Alampur
  3. Amarachinta
  4. Gadwala
  5. Jedcherla
  6. Kalwakurthi
  7. Kodangal
  8. Kollapur
  9. Mahaboobnagar
  10. Makthal
  11. Nagarkurnool
  12. Shadnagar
  13. Vanaparthi

Medak district

  1. Andole
  2. Dommata
  3. Gajwel
  4. Narayankhed
  5. Medak
  6. Narsapoor
  7. Ramayampeta
  8. Sangareddy
  9. Siddipeta
  10. Zaheerabad

Nellore district

  1. Alluru
  2. Atmakuru
  3. Gudooru
  4. Kavali
  5. Kovooru
  6. Nellore
  7. Sarwepally
  8. Sulloorupeta
  9. Venkatagiri
  10. Udayagiri
  • Gudur

Nizamabad district

  1. Armoor
  2. Balkonda
  3. Banswada
  4. Bodhan
  5. Dichpally
  6. Ellareddy
  7. Jukkal
  8. Kamareddy
  9. Nizamabad

Prakasam district

  1. Addanki
  2. Chirala
  3. Darsi(AnjiReddy)
  4. Giddaluru
  5. Kandukur
  6. Kanigiri
  7. Kambham
  8. Kondepi
  9. Markapuram
  10. Ongole
  11. Parchuru
  12. Santhanuthalapadu
  13. yerragonda palem

Rangareddy district

  1. Chevella
  2. Ibrahimpatnam
  3. Medchal
  4. Parigi
  5. Tanduru
  6. Vikarabad
  7. Ghatkesar
  8. Shamirpet
  9. Keesara

Srikakulam district

  1. Amadalavalasa
  2. Etcherla
  3. Harichandrapuram
  4. Kotabommali
  5. Ichapuram
  6. Kothuru
  7. Narasannapeta
  8. Palakonda
  9. Pathapatnam
  10. Srikakulam
  11. Sompet
  12. Tekkali
  13. Vunukuru

Visakhapatnam district

  1. Anakapalli
  2. Araku
  3. Bhimunipatnam
  4. Chodavaram
  5. Elamanchili
  6. Gaujuwaka
  7. Madugula
  8. Narsipatnam
  9. Paderu
  10. Paravada
  11. Pendurthi
  12. Payakaraopeta
  13. Visakhapatnam North
  14. Visakhapatnam West
  15. Visakhapatnam East
  16. Visakhapatnam South

Vizianagaram district

  1. Bobbili
  2. Bhogapuram
  3. Chipurupalli
  4. Gajapathinagaram
  5. Naguru
  6. Parvathipuram
  7. Satiwada
  8. Saluru
  9. Srungavarapukota
  10. Terlam
  11. Uttarapalli
  12. Vizianagaram

Warangal district

  1. Chennuru
  2. Cheryala
  3. Dornakal
  4. Hanumakonda
  5. Janagam
  6. Mahaboobabad
  7. Mulugu
  8. Narsampeta
  9. Parakala
  10. Sayampeta
  11. Vardhannapeta
  12. Warangal

West Godavari district

  1. Achanta
  2. Bhimavaram
  3. Chintalapudi
  4. Dendulooru
  5. Eluru
  6. Gopalapuram
  7. Kovvur
  8. Narsapuram
  9. Palakollu
  10. Penugonda
  11. Polavaram
  12. Tadepalligudem
  13. Tanuku
  14. Undi
  15. Ungutooru

References

  1. ^ http://rajyasabha.nic.in/legislative/amendbills/personal_law/102_2004.pdf

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