Winner of General Elections 2009 in Amalapuram is G.V.HARSHA KUMAR (INC)

Updated Election Results Details of Amalapuram

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
G.v.harsha Kumar INCHandD.No.1-3-44/4 Amalapuram Town Amalapuram Mandal368501
Pothula Prameela Devi PRAPRailway EngineD.No.10-1-121/17 SB-92 Saifabad Hyderabad.328496
Doctor Gedela Varalakshmi TDPBicycleD.No.1-109(1) Razole Village Razole Mandal.264524
Akumarthi Suryanarayana TPPPAlmirahD.No.1-11 Prabhalapuntha Mamidikuduru village and Mandal17999
Kommabattula Uma Maheswara Rao BJPLotusD.No.9-82 Chitticheruvu Ainapuram Village Mummidivaram Mandal12730
Yalangi Ramesh INDCeiling FanNear Z.P.High School Kadali village Razole Mandal E.G.District.7675
Bheemarao Ramji Muthabathula PPOITelevisionD.No.18-210 Srinivasapeta Kothapeta village & Mandal East Godavari District7261
Kiran Kumar Binepe PBHPBrief CaseVemulapalli Dwarapudi village Mandapeta Mandal.4810
Geddam Sampada Rao BSPElephantBondadipeta Challapalli village Uppalaguptam Mandal4732
P.v.chakravarthi RPI(KH)Gas StoveD.No.8-123/1 Doodacheruvupeta Ainapuram village Mummidivaram Mandal4480
Masa Ramadasu RDMPBalloonD.No.5-91 Hamsavaram village Tuni Mandal E.G.District2557
Total Votes1023765

Amala-puram is a town in East Godavari district in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India.It is the headquarters of Godavari delta named Konaseema, the triangle formed by the Holy waters of Godavari. These lands (Black cotton soil) are highly fertile for growing crops like Coconut and Paddy. Kakinada and Rajahmundry are the two connecting cites to Amalapuram. It is the Lok Sabha Constituency from where the former Lok Sabha Speaker Late Sri Ganti Mohana Chandra Balayogi was elected. There are the famous temples of Lord Venkateswara, Lord Subrahmanyeswara and Lord Chandramouliswara located in this town. This town is known for its Vedic culture and its development. With beautiful coconut tress and lush greenary, it is one of the most scenic places on the planet.



Amalapuram is located at 16°35'00?N 82°01'00?E? / ?16.5833°N 82.0167°E? / 16.5833; 82.0167.[1] It has an average elevation of 2 meters (9 feet).

National Leaders

  • Sir Arthur Cotton
  • Sri Kala Venkata Rao (former Minister)
  • Sri Alluri Venkata Subbaraju
  • Sri GMC Balayogi (former Lok Sabha Speaker)


As of 2001 India census,[2] Amalapuram has a population above 150,000 along with the neighbouring suburbs. Males constitute 50% of the population. Amalapuram has an average literacy rate of 77%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; with 52% of the males and 48% of females literate. 10% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Assembly Constituency

Amalapuram is an assembly constituency in Andhra Pradesh. Apart from Assembly it is a Parliment Constituency also. List of Elected Members for Assembly:
  • 1951 - Bojja Appalaswamy and Nadimpalli Ramabhadra Raju
  • 1955 - Bojja Appalaswamy and Golkoti Narasimha Murthy
  • 1962 - Kudupudi Suryanarayana
  • 1978 - Palacholla Venkata Sri Rama Rao
  • 1967, 1972, 1985 and 1989 - Kudupudi Prabhakara Rao
  • 1983, 1994, 1999 - Metla Satyanarayana Rao
  • 2004 - Kudupudi Chittabbai

Educational Institutes

Amalapuram has a very well established infrastructure for education. It has institutions that offer courses from KG to PG. The famous SKBR (Sri Konaseema Banoji Ramars) College has a significant historical background and has produced many great people that served Mother India. There are two engineering colleges namely B.V.C. Engineering college (Odalarevu), which offers courses in Mechanical,Electrical, Electronics, Computers and Information Technology, and B.V.C.Institute of Technology and Science offers courses in Electrical, Electronics, Computers and Information Technology. Both are affiliated to JNTU (Jawaharlal Nehru technologival University), Hyderabad. There is also a medical college KIMS( Konaseema Institute of Medical Science) located in Batnavalli across the Highway. It is affiliated to NTR Health University. Amlapuram has excellent schools like Gita vidyalaya E.M. high school, Z.P. High Schools for Boys and Girls, St.John's High School, Sree Konaseema Residential School,Paramjyothi Public School, Sri Vidyavan, Best Convent and various other private and Government schools. The 10+2 colleges in Amalapuram are Aditya, Sri Chaitanya, Vidyanidhi and various other private and Government Junior Colleges. It also has many Veda Patasalas (Veda Schools) and also law college. Also there is a Carnatic Classical Music school "Sri Sankara Sangeeta Vidyanilayam" where many upcoming singers were honing their skills and performing at various Music sabhas. There is the Balayogi Ghat built in memory of G.M.C. Balayogi. Apart from those, there are some temples nearby. There is a famous temple in Ainavilli of Lord Vinayaka. It is nearly 12 km from Amalapuram and Lord Shiva temples in Mukteswaram and Kotipalli.
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