Winner of General Elections 2009 in Adilabad is RATHOD RAMESH (TDP)

Updated Election Results Details of Adilabad

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Rathod Ramesh TDPBicycleSevadasnagar Utnoor Utnoor Village & Mandal Adilabad District (AP)372268
Kotnak Ramesh INCHandH.No. 6-74/2 New 7-103 Boiwada Utnoor Utnoor Adilabad District (AP)257181
Mesram Nago Rao PRAPRailway EngineF2 - Sairaj Apt 16-9-611/1 Old Malakpet Hyderabad112930
Ade Tukaram BJPLotusH.No. 4-72 (11-115) Utnoor Village Utnoor Mandal Adilabad District (AP)57931
Rathod Sadashiv Naik BSPElephantRamnagar Adilabad (AP)16471
Banka Sahadevu INDGas CylinderVenkatapur Village Nirmal Mandal Venkatapur Nirmal Mandal Adilabad Dist (AP)16441
Ganta Pentanna INDTelevisionNear Telephone Exchange At PO Sirpur -T Sirpur -t Village Adilabad District (AP)13378
Nethavat Ramdas INDCandlesH.No. 17-95/B Utnoor Village Adilabad District (AP)9157
Athram Laxman Rao INDCoconutModi Village Kerameri Mandal Modi Village Adilabad District (AP)7824
Total Votes863581

YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
1999 70.34 Dr. S. Venugopal Chary 52.49 TDP  Mohd. Sultan Ahmad 37.73 INC  
1998 69.79 Dr.s.venugopala Chary 39.49 TDP  Allola Indrakaran Reddy 34.94 INC  
1996 64.04 S. Venugopala Chary 43.05 TDP  Allola Indrakaran Reddy 37.44 INC  
1991 59.18 Allola Indrakaran Reddy 40.96 TDP  P. Narasa Reddy 33.12 INC  
1989 65.34 P.narasa Reddy 52.52 INC  C.madhava Reddy 44.49 TDP  
1984 63.52 C. Madhav Reddy 55.66 TDP  C. Narisimha Reddy 42.93 INC  
1980 55.72 G. Narasimha Reddy 70.59 INC(I)  P. Rajeshwar Rao 15.77 JNP  
1977 56.64 G. Narsimha Reddy 57.47 INC  Gopidi Ganga Reddy 33.04 BLD 

Adilabad (Telugu: is a town and a municipality in Adilabad district in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. It has a population of 108,233 (agglomeration 2,58,233) (2006 census). It is the headquarters of the district of the same name.



Adilabad derives its name from the erstwhile ruler of Bijapur, Adil Shah. During Rashtrakoota regime, this town/village was known as Edlawada which means "land of Oxen" It was created out of a sub-district named Sirpur-Tandur in 1905. Historically, Adilabad has been home to a variety of cultures. Owing to its position at the border of central and southern India, it has been ruled by North Indian dynasties like the Mughals and the Mauryas and South Indian dynasties like the Satavahanas and the Chalukyas. The current culture of the district incorporates significant elements of the neighboring Marathi culture into the native Telugu culture.


Adilabad is located at 19°40'N 78°32'E? / ?19.67°N 78.53°E? / 19.67; 78.53.[1] It has an average elevation of 264 metres (866 feet).


Adilabad was a railway station on Mudkhed-Adilabad Section of Hyderabad(HYB) Division of South Central Railway(SCR). After Divisional adjustments in 2003, which saw the bifurcation of Hyderabad Division, Adilabad now comes under Nanded(NED) Division of SCR. It has direct train connectivity with Hyderabad, Nizamabad, Nanded, Vijayawada, Nellore, Renigunta, Tirupati, Patna, Nagpur, Nasik, Mumbai CST, Warangal, Khammam, Tenali, Ongole, Aurangabad, Manmad etc. National Highway 7 passes through Adilabad making the road transport most easy. It is well connected to rest of India by road. Adilabad had an air strip which was destroyed by the Indian air force at the time of police action in 1948. The nearest airport is Nagpur but Hyderabad is most preferred.


As of 2001 India census,[2] Adilabad had a population of 108,233. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Adilabad has an average literacy rate of 65%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; with 57% of the males and 43% of females literate. 14% of the population is under 6 years of age. Telugu is the administrative language, and is also widely spoken. The other languages spoken are Dakhni Urdu, Hindi, Kannada and Marathi.The town has a predominant Hindu population with a considerable Muslim population.

Parliamentary Constituency

Adilabad is a Loksabha Constituency. List of Elected Members:
  • 1957 - K. Ashanna
  • 1962 - Narayan G Reddy
  • 1967 and 1971 - P. Ganga Reddy
  • 1977 and 1980 - G. Narsimha Reddy
  • 1984 - C. Madhava Reddi
  • 1989 - P. Narsa Reddy
  • 1991 - Allola Indrakaran Reddy
  • 1996, 1998 and 1999 - Dr. Samudrala Venugopal Chary
  • 2004 - Madhusudhan Reddy Takkala
  • 2008 - Allola Indrakaran Reddy

Assembly Constituency

Adilabad is a Legislative assembly constituency in Andhra Pradesh. There are 1,81,966 registered voters in Adilabad constituency in 1999 elections. List of Elected Members:
  • 1952-Sirga Daji Shankar Rao(Communist Party of India)
  • 1957- Rangnath Rao (PDF)
  • 1962- Vithal Rao - Independent
  • 1967- K. Ramkishtoo(Communist Party of India)
  • 1972- Masood Ahmed - INC
  • 1978 - Chilukuri Ramachandra Reddy (Independent)
  • 1983 - Chilukuri Vaman Reddy
  • 1985 - Chilukuri Ramachandra Reddy
  • 1989 - Chilukuri Ramachandra Reddy
  • 1994 - Chilukuri Vaman Reddy
  • 1999 - Padala Bhumanna - TDP
  • 2004 - Chilukuri Ramachandra Reddy - INC

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