Winner of General Elections 2009 in Secundrabad is ANJAN KUMAR YADAV M (INC)

Updated Election Results Details of Secundrabad

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Anjan Kumar Yadav M INCHandH.No. 20-1-587 GOLLAKIDIKI HYDERABAD-64340549
Bandaru Dattatreya BJPLotus1-9-19-B/34-F/4 RAMNAGAR MUSHEERABAD HYDERABAD – 20170382
Srinivasa Sudhish Rambhotla TDPBicycle8-2-293/82/W/91 ROAD NO. 7-B JUBILEE HILLS HYDERABAD135604
Dr. Dasoju Sravan Kumar PRAPRailway Engine2-2-1130/26/A 105 PRASHANTHI NAGAR NALLAKUNTA AMBERPET HYDERABAD91414
C.v.l. Narasimha Rao LSPWhistle6-1-108/501 PADMARAO NAGAR SECUNDERABAD52641
M. D. Mahmood Ali TRSCar16-7-412/1 AZAMPURA HYDERABAD33144
Abdus Sattar Mujahed MULKite9-4-51/11/A/1 HAKEEMPET HYDERABAD18730
Imdad Jah ANCRoad Roller8-2-676/1/C/A ROAD NO. 13 BANJARAHILLS HYDERABAD3095
B. Gopala Krishna INDCoconut13-5-490 JOSHI WADI KARWAN HYDERABAD2655
P. Damoder Reddy PPOITelevisionFLAT NO. 301 OM SAI RESIDENCY ST.NO. 8 HABSIGUDA HYD- 071889
Baber Ali Khan INDCandles10-6-189/2 AHMED NAGAR HYDERABAD1543
Ch. Murahari INDGas Cylinder6-2-975/804 KHAIRATABAD HYDERABAD.1406
S. Devaiah TPPPCeiling FanH.NO. 1-9-34/C RAMNAGAR HYDERABAD-201386
Devi Das Rao Ghodke INDViolin14-10-1250 DHOOLPET ROAD NO. 3 HYDERABAD-06949
Aseervadam Lellapalli INDShuttleH.NO.10-1-725 NEHRU NAGAR WEST MAREDPALLY SECUNDERABAD.871
Dr .polishetty Ram Mohan SAPDolliH.NO. 8-3-167/ K /136/137/201 KALYAN NAGAR VENTURE – 3 ERRAGADDA HYDERABAD663
Mohd. Osman Qureshee AJBPBat5-5-182/3 NAMPALLY HYDERABAD539
Total Votes865051

Secunderabad is twinned with the city of Hyderabad, the latter being the fifth largest metropolis in India and the state capital of Andhra Pradesh. The two cities are popularly called 'Twin cities'. In common parlance however, Secunderabad is seldom used these days outside the twin cities. Instead 'Hyderabad' is used normally. Though they are called twins, the cities present different fusion of cultures with Secunderabad having developed under direct British rule until 1948, and the city of Hyderabad, as the capital of a princely state.


About the City

Secunderabad was founded in the 18th century as a British cantonment, and has a large Army and Air Force presence to this date. Today, the Secunderabad Cantonment is the largest among the 62 cantonments in India. Named after Sikandar Jah, the third Nizam of the Asaf Jahi dynasty, till recently Secunderabad had its own municipality and city government. Secunderabad was the area in Hyderabad which was under the control of British. Now it is a part of the Hyderabad district. Secunderabad celebrated two hundred years of its formation in 2007. The population of Secunderabad Cantonment is 204,182 (2001 census}. The Cantonment area is farther from the Hyderabad portion than rest of the city. Adjoining Hyderabad is the mostly civilian portion of Secunderabad which is commercially active and centrally located. Begumpet International Airport is close to Secunderabad and served both the cities till early 2008. Secunderabad Railway station is also the main station for the twin cities and is the headquarters of the South Central Railway. The Twin cities are separated by the man made Hussain Sagar lake, which was built during the reign of the Qutb Shahis in the 16th century. The lake is a heart shaped jewel keeping the two cities together, and is very dear to its citizens. Sir Ronald Ross conducted his initial research on the cause of malaria in the city of Secunderabad. The original building is today called the Sir Ronald Ross Institute and is located on Minister Road. The city of Secunderabad which was once said to be modern compared to its twin during the Nizam rule, has grown tremendously over the years to catch up with the metropolis of Hyderabad. Populous places of the city include Paradise Circle, Trimulgherry, Marredpally, Kharkhana, James Street, etc.


Secunderabad is located at 17°27'N 78°30'E? / ?17.45°N 78.5°E? / 17.45; 78.5[2]. It has an average elevation of 543 metres (1781 ft). Its climate is very similar to the metropolis of Hyderabad.


As of 2001 India census, Secunderabad had a population of 204,182. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Secunderabad has an average literacy rate of 73%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; male literacy is 78%, and female literacy is 68%. 11% of the population is under 6 years of age. Secunderabad's population is a mix of cultures and religions, comprising people from all major states of India. Its population consists a significant number of Tamilians (Mudaliars), who are considered to be one of the original groups inhabiting the city, Parsis, Telugus and many others. It was under the rule of the Nizams, and later the British, that this community was held in high respect for its efficient administrative and trading skills. Padmarao Nagar, a residential suburb is named after Late Dewan Bahadur Padma Rao Mudaliar. The city also has a good population of Christians, with famous churches like St Mary's Church (biggest parish in twin cities), St John's Church, and cathedrals found across the city. There are many Christian educational institutions like St Andrew's, St Ann's, St Patrick's, St John's, St Mary's, St Francis located in the city providing primary, secondary, and higher education.

Commercial Areas

  • Rastrapathi Road - This is a major commercial road in heart of the city, better known as R.P road. This was previously known as King's Way. Various businesses, hotels, malls are located here. A variety of sports shops are also located here.
  • Park lane - This is a famous lane known for fashion textiles, readymades stores etc. CTC (Chenoy Trade Centre), which is the largest computer bazaar in the twin cities is located here. Sales, rentals, repair of computer peripherals, name whatever is done here. Other businesses are also located here.
  • MG Road, Secunderabad - This is another major commercial road in the city and is one of the busiest, holding a variety of businesses. This road was formerly called James street. This place also has MMTS rail connectivity to various parts of the city.
  • Patny - This is another major commercial hub where big commercial establishments like Kalaniketan, R.S. Bros, CMR etc., are present here.
  • Paradise Circle - This is a major junction connecting suburbs of Secunderabad. Also this junction has the famous Paradise restaurant which is all famous for Hyderabadi Biryani.
  • Swapnalok complex - This is a major commercial complex situated in the heart of city. This complex houses a variety of businesses such as shopping stores, small IT companies, and other businesses.
  • Trimulgherry - is a cantonment area, now a well developed suburb of the city. Many well developed residential and commercial buildings are located here. It has a large military presence even to this day.
  • Secunderabad Club - is a place and it is one of the oldest clubs in India located some 7 km from the Secunderabad railway station.


The city has a mixture of many religions. Secunderabad is home to many old and beautiful churches. Most of these churches were built in the early nineteenth century during the British Raj. Many missionaries who have settled here, have initiated the construction of these churches. Most of these churches have established schools, providing early education to the natives and uneducated people. Their sacrifices have seen the development of the region. The churches are decorated every December for the Christmas and New year season. Some of the famous churches in Secunderabad are -
  • St.John the Baptist Church, Secunderabad
  • St.Mary's Church, Secunderabad
  • Wesley Church, Clock Tower
  • St.Thomas S.P.G. Church, Secunderabad
  • All Saints Church, Trimulgherry
  • Holy Trinity Church, Bollarum
  • Centenary Baptist Church, Secunderabad
The city has well known temples such as the Sri Ujjaini Mahankali Temple, one of most famous temples in the city. It is located in the heart of Secunderabad area, between R.P.Road and M.G.Road. There is an annual festival also known as the Bonalu jatara held during the Ashada jathara on principal days which falls on Sunday and Monday.
Other notable temples in the area include-
  • Sri Ganesh temple, Secunderabad Station
  • Sri Hanuman temple, opposite to the old Gandhi Hospital
  • Sri Sai Baba temple, Minister Road
  • Sree Ayyappa Devasthanam?, Bolarum
  • Lord Venkateshware temple,(Ratnalayam), Shamirpet
  • Sri Sarveswaralayam?, Marredpally

Sports and Recreation

  • Gymkhana Grounds - These grounds are multi-purpose grounds and are very large. They are occasionally let out for various occasions such as exhibitions, trade fairs, musical concerts, etc. They are also a favourite for all kinds of sports especially inter-school/college and inter-city tournaments. There is a small, but, neatly laid out cricket ground which hosted several first class cricket matches in the past.
  • Parade Grounds - These vast grounds are under the control of the union Defence ministry and serve as the designated venue for official events like Independence day and Republic day parade and celebrations. The military establishment lets this ground out for civilian purposes like political party rallies, meetings, cultural events, etc. The Gymkhana grounds lie adjacent to these grounds.
  • Polo Grounds - Abutting the Parade grounds and under the control of the union Defence ministry, the Polo grounds are used by the NCC for cadet training purposes. Polo matches and tournaments are frequently held in these grounds.
  • Golf Courses - The oldest and famous golf course is the Bollarum golf course located at Bollarum. This is the only 18-hole golf course in Secunderabad. This is owned and maintained by the Indian army and is not open to general public. One either has to be a defence personnel or affiliated with the Secunderbad Club.
Railway golf course is a well known golf course of the city, located at Tarnaka. Spread over a vast and lush green area, this place is a golfer's paradise and attracts various golfers from various parts of state and the country.


Secunderabad Railway Station, Tank Bund road, an important road which connects the cities of Secunderabad and Hyderabad
The city is the Head-Quarters of South Central Railway Zone of the Indian Railways. It is served by one of the oldest and largest Railway Station in the twin cities popularly known as the Secunderabad Railway Station. It is well connected to other cities of the State as well as the country. Thousands of people from both the cities travel everyday from this station, because of its convenient location. The Railway station has been renovated to provide convenient facilities to passengers like toll booths for cars, increased parking space, additional ticketing counters and giving it a better overall look as well. Private Taxis are also provided for commuters. MMTS local services are also available via this station. Secunderabad is also a major railway junction in the Wadi-Vijayawada railway route. Secunderabad is also one of the major hub for the City Bus transport run by the AP State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) and is well connected to all the corners of both Hyderabad and Secunderabad. Major bus stations are the Jubilee Bus Station and Rathfile Bus station handling thousands of commuters everyday. The city has good road connectivity to all places within it as well as with its neighbouring twin, Hyderabad. Tank Bund road is a historical and an important road which connects the two cities. It is situated on the banks of the lake Hussain sagar. Every day thousands of people criss-cross the twin cities, and as such there is no difference between the two cities. Both of them are treated equally as one big city! The city is also well connected by air to other cities of the state as well as to other major cities of the country and abroad, through the Begumpet International Airport which is very close to the city centre. The airport being close to the city was convenient for citizens and tourists alike. Until March 2008 the airport was shifted to Shamshabad on the outskirts of Hyderabad and is now known as Hyderabad International Airport.

Educational Institutions

Secunderabad is known for its well educated society. Many educational institutions have been setup partly by the British and foreign missionaries, who use to reside here during the colonial rule. Their mannerisms, strict discipline are still found in the educational institutions here. Some of the popular institutions of the city are listed below -
  • Gandhian High School { Shanker Veedhi R P road }
  • Seventh Day Adventist High School
  • B.R.J.C Parsi High School
  • St Peters High,Public and Grammer School
  • Little Flower High School
  • St. Mark's High School
  • Sherwood Public School
  • Sri Rama Krishna Vidhya Nikethan (Deendayal Nagar)
  • Tagore's Home New Era Institute
  • Govt. Institute of Electronics (GIOE)
  • St. Thomas (SPG) Boys High school
  • St. Mary's High School, Junior College and Degree College
  • St. John's Church High School
  • St. Francis College
  • Islamia High School
  • Saint Ann's High School
  • Saint Patrick's High School, Secunderabad
  • St. Andrews High School
  • Kasturba Gandhi College for Women
  • Valerian Grammar School
  • Wesley Boys High School
  • Kendriya Vidyalaya
  • Johnson Grammar School
  • Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, Sainikpuri (formerly Bhavans Sri Rama Krishna Vidyalaya)
  • Atomic Energy Central School
  • Army School R.K. Puram
  • Army School Bolaram
  • The Secunderabad High School
  • Keyes High School
  • Gujarathi High School, R.P.Road


  • Alwal
  • Bandimet
  • Begumpet
  • Bolarum
  • Bolarum Bazar
  • Bowenpally
  • Chilkalguda
  • Defence Colony
  • Karkhana
  • Kavadiguda
  • Kompally
  • Lakshmi Nagar Colony, Secunderabad
  • Lalbazar
  • Lalapet
  • Lallaguda
  • Lothkunta
  • Malkajgiri
  • Mahatma Gandhi Road, Secunderabad
  • Marredpally
  • Neredmet
  • Deen Dayal Nagar
  • Padmarao Nagar
  • Paradise
  • Rani Gunj
  • RKPuram
  • Risala Bazar
  • Safilguda
  • Sainikpuri
  • Sikh Village
  • Sitaphalmandi
  • Tarnaka
  • Trimulgherry
  • Kummarguda
  • Kamala Nagar
  • Ferozguda, Old Airport Rd.
  • Shivaji Nagar
  • Pan bazar
  • Old Bhoiguda
  • Kalasiguda
  • Warasiguda
  • Chilikalguda

Twin cities

  • Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

Some Informations has been taken from Wikipedia

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