Winner of General Elections 2009 in Hindupur is KRISTAPPA NIMMALA (TDP)

Updated Election Results Details of Hindupur

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Kristappa Nimmala TDPBicycleDoor No.1-56 Main Road Gorantla (Village & Mandal) Anantapur Dt.435753
Kadapala Sreekanta Reddy PRAPRailway EngineDOOR. NO. 8-2-293-82-J 3-443 A-56 ROAD NO. 86 JUBILI HILLS HYDERABAD - 500033110698
Naresh Cine Actor BJPLotus5-4-7-63 LAKSHMIPURAM HINDUPURAM (TOWN & MANDAL)22399
P. Prasad (peetla Prasad) INDRoad Roller5-4-19 NANEPPA NAGAR HINDUPUR (T & M) ANANTAPUR DISTRICT18282
Niranjan Babu. K LSPWhistleBALAJI NAGAR HINDUPUR7522
S. Muskin Vali PPOITelevision30-86-A KOTHAPETA DHARMAVARAM5589
B.s.p.sreeramulu BSPElephantDOOR NO. 4-5-42 NETAJI NAGAR HINDUPURAM (TOWN & MANDAL)4636
Total Votes1026389

Hindupur is a city and a municipality in Anantapur district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Hindupur was given its name by a Maratha Chieftain called Murari Rao, who apparently named this town after his father Hindoji Rao. Hindupur is historically famous for various goods such as silk, jaggery, Red Dry Chilles, Tamarindetc.and also known as HINDUPURAM. It is situated at a distance of 100 kilometers from the Garden city of Bengaluru and 14 kilometers from Lepakshi. The nearest airport is Bengaluru"s International Airport- Devanahalli (70 km),Hyderabad (460 km) & Chennai (400 km).



Hindupur is located at 13°50'N 77°29'E? / ?13.83°N 77.49°E? / 13.83; 77.49. It has an average elevation of 621 metres (2037 feet). Hindupur is located 100 km from Anantapur and Bangaluru cities.


As of 2001 India census,[2] Hindupur had a population of 125,056. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Hindupur has an average literacy rate of 62%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 69%, and female literacy is 55%. Bordering Karnataka, Kannada is widely spoken in this town, in addition to the native language of Telugu. it is one of the industrial areas of andrapradesh,its near by lands are now hot cakes,as they choosing for factories.lands are now hot cakes because it is one of the town which is near to the banglore international air -port.it is the place which is shown by the governament of andra to tata nano projecy.here also planned a lepakshi knoldge park.near by it 4 super spinning cotton mills are present.it is the largest makret for tamarend in india. in anantapur it is largest silk producing centre

Civic issues

Hindupur is prone to intense heat during the summer and ground water reserves in this area are scarce. This region is prone to droughts during summer. Hospitals and emergency facilities are largely inadequate at best and many people are infected by diseases like cholera, diarrhea in summer and Chikungunya, malaria and dengue fever in winter.Hindupur had a Vibrant Muslim Population Hindupur's future expansion is severely restricted due to the scarcity of water. It is not uncommon to see people buying water at premium prices(Lately around 2 rupeees / bucket),usually through private "Tankers". These tankers basically pump out water using powerful borewells, essentially depleting ground water reserves[citation needed]. But now the Thungabadra water solves the water problem from 2009 onwards.
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