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Congress, BJP win 8 Lok Sabha seats each, BRS fails to secure any seat

Hyderabad, June 4 (PMI):  Out of total 17 Lok Sabha constituencies, both Congress and Bharatiya Janatha Party ( BJP) won eight seats each and All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi retained his Hyderabad Parliament segment.

The three main parties in Telangana —BJP, Congress, and BRS engaged in a critical battle for the seats. However, the BRS party has failed to register a victory in the elections.

Congress won in Khammam, Nalgonda, Warangal, Mahbubabad, Zaheerabad, Bhuvanagiri, Nagar Kurnool and Peddapalli while BJP candidates won in Adilabad, Nizamabad, Karimnagar, Mahabubnagar, Medak, Malkajgiri and Secunderabad.

Former minister and senior Congress leader Jana Reddy’s son Raghuveer Reddy set a record with the highest majority in the history of Telugu States.

Raghuveer Reddy has won the Nalgonda Lok Sabha seat against BJP candidate Saidi Reddy with a majority of more than 5.51 lakh votes. This is the highest majority in the history of Telugu states. In 2011, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy won the Kadapa Lok Sabha by-election with a majority of 5.43 lakhs, while Raghuveer won with an even greater majority.

Congress candidate Raghuram Reddy has emerged victorious from the Khammam Lok Sabha with a majority of more than 4.67 lakh votes against BRS candidate Nama Nageswara Rao.

In Malkajgari, BJP candidate and former minister Etala Rajender won hugely. He won with a majority of more than 3.8 lakh votes against Congress candidate Patnam Sunitha Mahender Reddy.

In Mahabubabad, Congress candidate Balram Naik won by a margin of 3.44 lakhs over his nearest rival Malothu Kavitha.

Meanwhile, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi won with a majority of over 3.25 lakh votes. While Owaisi got more than 6.5 lakh votes, BJP candidate Madhavilat got 3.20 lakh votes, Congress candidate got 62,000 votes and BRS candidate secured about 18,000.

BJP leader Bandi Sanjay has registered a landslide victory from Karimnagar Lok Sabha constituency. He won by a margin of more than 2.2 lakh votes over his closest rival, Congress leader Velchala Rajender Rao.

Similarly, Congress candidate Kadiyam Kavya raised the victory flag in Warangal. Record victory over BJP candidate Aruri Rameshai with a margin of more than two lakh votes.

Congress candidate Chamala Kiran Kumar Reddy has registered a victory from the

Bhuvanagiri Lok Sabha constituency. He won the seat against the nearest rival, BJP candidate Dr. Boora Narsaiah Goud with a margin of more than 2 lakh votes.

Congress candidate Gaddam Vamshi Krishna won in Peddapally against BJP candidate Srinivas with a majority of over 1.31 lakh votes.

Similarly, BJP candidate Dharmapuri Arvind has consolidated his seat in Nizamabad. He won the victory over senior Congress leader Jeevan Reddy by getting a majority of more than one lakh votes.

Meanwhile, senior Congress leader Mallu Ravi secured the Nagarkurnool Lok Sabha segment, defeating BJP candidate Bharat Prasad with a margin of about 94, 000 votes. Former IPS officer RS Praveen Kumar, who contested as a candidate for BRS, got around 3.2 lakh votes.

BJP candidate Nagesh won from Adilabad Lok Sabha seat with a majority of more than 84,000 votes against Congress candidate Atram Suguna.

In Zaheerabad, Congress candidate Suresh Shetkar won over his rival BJP leader B B Patil by a margin of more than 47,000 votes.

Meanwhile, Union Minister Kishan Reddy secured his Secunderabad Lok Sabha segment, defeating Congress candidate Danam Nagender by a margin of about 50,000 votes.

BJP candidate Raghunandan Rao won in Medak. He defeated his closest rival Congress leader Neelam Madhu with a majority of 35,000 votes.

BJP’s candidate DK Aruna won the thrilling battle in Mahabubnagar. She won with a narrow margin over Congress candidate Vamshi Chand Reddy.

Similarly, BJP candidate Konda Vishweshwar Reddy has registered a victory from Chevella Lok Sabha constituency. (PMI)

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