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Andhra Pradesh Political News

The state is the eighth-biggest state in India covering a territory of 162,970 km2 (62,920 sq mi). According to 2011 Census of India, the state is tenth-biggest by the populace with 49,386,799 occupants.

Administrative Assembly of Andhra Pradesh is the lower place of the state and an authoritative committee of Andhra Pradesh is the upper house with 58 individuals. In the Parliament of India, Andhra Pradesh has 11 situates in the Rajya Sabha, and 25 situates in the Lok Sabha. There is a sum of 175 Assembly voting demographics in the state. East Godavari area has the most number of electorates with 19 and Vizianagaram region has the minimum with 9 party seats. Though, the authoritative board of the state has 58 seats, which is 33% of aggregate get together seats.

Until 1962, the CPI, alongside communist party to be specific Praja Socialist Party and Krishi Lok Party assumed a critical part in the 1950s. In the 1967 state party decisions, every single communist party was wiped out and CPI lost resistance party status. The principal Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh was Neelam Sanjiva Reddy who later filled in as President of India.

In 1983, the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) won the state decisions and N.T. Rama Rao turned into the main pastor of the state out of the blue. This broke the longtime single party imposing business model delighted in by the INC from 1956 until 1982. Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao is the organizer of Telugu Desam party and filled in as the primary boss clergyman from the party. The 1989 decisions finished the lead of NTR, with the INC party coming back to control with Marri Chenna Reddy in charge. He was supplanted by Janardhan Reddy in 1990, who was supplanted by Kotla Vijaya Bhaskara Reddy in 1992.

N. Chandrababu Naidu held the record for the longest-serving boss clergyman (1995 to 2004). In 1994, Andhra Pradesh gave an order to the Telugu Desam Party once more, and NTR turned into the main clergyman once more. Nara Chandrababu Naidu, the child-in-law of NTR, came to control with the support of a greater part of the MLAs. The Telugu Desam Party won both the get-together and Lok Sabha election in 1999 under the administration of Chandrababu Naidu.

In what might be the last elections held in the bringing together state, Telugu Desam Party got an order to support them in the residuary (new)state. Nara Chandrababu Naidu, the head of Telugu Desam Party wound up plainly Chief Minister on 8 June 2014, for the new territory of Andhra Pradesh.


  1. Bangaru Talli- Maa Inti Mahalakshmi
  2. Bangarutalli is meant to take care of the girl child in every household from her birth till she completes her graduation.

  4. A Program for issuance of Disabled certificates.

  5. Stree Nidhi Credit Cooperative Federation Ltd.
  6. To supplement credit flow from the banking sector and is a flagship programme of the Government. SthreeNidhi provides timely and affordable credit to the poor SHG members as a part of the overall strategy of SERP for poverty alleviation.

  7. Bhoomi
  8. Land represents a fundamental asset to the rural families in our country which comprise a substantial majority of the population. It is a primary source of income, security, and status. Land is one asset which almost every rural man or woman relates to. In the rural areas all the socio-economic privileges and deprivations revolve round land.

  9. Community Managed Sustainable Agriculture
  10. Sustained efforts to make agriculture as economically viable and ecologically sustainable activity, without compromising on yields and improving returns per unit of land and water, to improve the quality of farmer’s life.

  11. KRuSHE
  12. KRuSHE wing under SERP has been incepted to promote entrepreneurship in Farm and Non-farm livelihoods among the members of rural SHG households with a focus on POP on saturation basis and to engage each household in an entrepreneurial activity for drought-proofing the rural households.

  13. Community Managed Health And Nutrition
  14. The Community Managed Health and Nutrition (CMH&N) intervention utilizes trained community members in the form of Health Activist (HA) and Community Resource Person (CRP) to transmit messages about maternal, neonatal, infant care practices to SHGs and village organizations.

  15. Unnathi
  16. The objective of Unnathi is to enable every poorest of the poor family in the state to come out of poverty with increased and sustainable livelihood opportunities established with the aid of an intensive handholding support.

  17. DAIRY
  18. IKP is has started the initiative of Profitable Dairying by Establishing Milk Procurement Centers in villages and Bulk Milk Cooling Units ( BMCUs) at mandal level through SHGs and their federations in two mandals on Pilot basis in 2006-07 and has reached to the present level of managing 199 BMCUs with more than 4500 village level milk procurement centers and have procured 77122 MTs of milk worth Rs.16966 lakhs during the year 2009-10.