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Jana Sena releases the first list of candidates for Lok Sabha and Assembly constituencies

Jana Sena Party (JSP) has released the first list of candidates for four Lok Sabha (LS) and 32 Assembly constituencies a few hours before the party’s formation day celebrations began at Rajahmundry on Thursday.

ONGC former executive director D.M.R. Sekhar has been chosen for Amalapuram (SC) LS constituency and former MLA Akula Satyanarayana, who had defected from the BJP, has been chosen for Rajahmundry LS seat.

Businessman and philanthropist Gedela Srinibabu is the JSP candidate for the high-profile Visakhapatnam LS constituency while party general secretary Chintala Parthasarathy is being fielded from Anakapalli.

For the Assembly constituencies, former Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, Nadendla Manohar is the most prominent one being fielded from Tenali. Former MLA Ravela Kishore Babu, who quit TDP, has been picked up for Prathipadu (SC) seat in Guntur district.

Former minister Pasupuleti Balaraju has got the nomination from Paderu constituency in Visakhapatnam district.

Other candidates are:

Sundarapu Vijaya Kumar – Yalamanchili

Nakka Raja Babu – Payakaraopet

Muccha Srinivasa Rao – Rajam

Korada Sarveswara Rao – Srikakulam

K. Purnachandra Rao – Palasa

B.V. Janardhan – Etcherla

Lokam Naga Madhavi – Nellimarla

Raja Ashok Babu – Tuni

Kandula Durgesh – Rajahmundry rural

Rapaka Vara Prasad – Razole

Pamula Rajeswari – P.Gannavaram

Mutha Sasidhar – Kakinada city

Relangi Nageswara Rao – Anaparthi

Pithani Balakrishna- Mummidivaram

Vegulla Leela Krishna – Mandapet

Bolisetti Srinivas – Tadepalligudem

N. Venkata Ramana – Unguturu

Reddi Appala Naidu – Eluru

Thota Chandrasekhar – Guntur west

A. Bharat Bhushan – Vemuru

Syed Jilani – Narasaraopet

P. Sudhakar – Kavali

Chennareddy Manukrant Reddy – Nellore rural

Mallikarjuna Rao – Adoni

Madhusudhan Reddy – Dharmavaram

P. Kusuma Kumari – Rajampet

B. Venkata Subbaiah – Railway Koduru

B. Ramachandra Yadav – Punganuru

Bandi Ramakrishna – Machilipatnam

Source: thehindu.com

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