Andhra Pradesh Municipal Election Result LIVE: YSRCP wins Ongole, Tirupati, Chittoor, Kurnool and 55 wards

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Andhra Pradesh municipal elections result
Andhra Pradesh municipal elections result
Andhra Pradesh Municipal Election 2021 Results Live Update: The counting of votes for Andhra Pradesh Municipal Corporation Election 2021 has started on Sunday morning.
Andhra Pradesh Municipal Election 2021 Result Live Update: The counting of votes for Andhra Pradesh Municipal Election 2021 has started on Sunday morning.
The Andhra Pradesh municipal election 2021 was a triangular contest between the ruling YSRCP, Chandrababu Naidu’s Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
In Andhra Pradesh municipal elections 2021, 12 municipal corporations went to the polls earlier this month. The 12 municipal corporations include Greater Visakhapatnam, Guntur and Vijayawada.
The results of the Andhra Pradesh municipal election 2021 come close on the heels of the panchayat election in which the ruling YSRCP secured a majority of the panchayats.
Andhra Pradesh Municipal Corporation election result 2021 live update:
12:43 PM: Jagan Reddy’s YSRCP wins 55 wards in municipalities
12:13 PM: Latest update in Andhra Pradesh Municipal Corporation elections
Yammiganur Vote-Counting Puri
Total Ward: 32; YSRCP-29; TDP-3
Counting of Nandikotkur completed
Total Ward: 25; YSRCP-17; Independent-7; TDP-1
Kurnool-Allagadda Vote-Counting Puri
Total Ward: 9; YSRCP – 14; TDP-2; BJP-2; Independent-1
12:09 pm: YSRCP wins Ongole, Tirupati, Chittoor and Kurnool Municipal Corporations
11:58 pm: YSRCP candidates – Vandana Kripabhai, Varanasi Kalyani, Kondapalli Rukmini – won from Ward 13, 11, 2 respectively.
11:57 am: YSRCP wins in Kovuru municipality of West Godavari district.
11:53 pm: YSRCP leads at Nellimarla in Vizianagaram district
11:44 AM: YSRCP won Kanigiri, Giddaluru, Thiruvuru and Srikakulam.
9 am: Counting of votes began for the Andhra Pradesh municipal elections held on 12 municipal corporations, 71 municipalities and nagar panchayats across the state on Sunday morning. The counting of votes began at 8 am.
A total of 4,626 polling stations and 3,289 polling stations for municipal areas and 3,289 polling stations were set up in civic body elections across the state. On March 10, more than 63% polling was recorded in the Andhra Pradesh Municipal Body Election.