YSRCP MP List 2019 in AP: YSRCP MP Candidates List 2019: After the landslide victory in AP, YSRCP has won 22 MP candidates for Lok Sabha whereas TSP won 3 Lok Sabha seats out of total 25. As we all know, The TDP party has finished a distant second place with 23 Assembly and three Lok Sabha seats, while Pawan Kalyan’s JSP only bagged one Assembly seat.
The party gained power with a thumping majority sweeping the Lok Sabha polls by winning 22 out of the 25 parliamentary constituency seats in Andhra Pradesh. On this page, we are going to see the list of 22 YSRCP MP candidates list who won in 2019 general elections. Let us have a look into the below table.
YSRCP MP List 2019 in AP | Election Winners
|Sl No||YSRCP MP Name||Designation||Location|
|01||Bellani Chandrasekhar||Lok Sabha Member||Vizianagaram|
|02||MVV Satyannarayana||Lok Sabha Member||Vishakapatnam|
|03||Goddeti Madhavi||Lok Sabha Member||Araku|
|04||Dr. Venkata Satyavathi||Lok Sabha Member||Anakapalli|
|05||Vanga Geetha||Lok Sabha Member||Kakinada|
|06||Chinta Anuradha||Lok Sabha Member||Amalapuram|
|07||Margani Bharat||Lok Sabha Member||Rajahmundry|
|08||Kotagiri Sridhar||Lok Sabha Member||Eluru|
|09||Raghurama Krishnama Raju||Lok Sabha Member||Narasapuram|
|10||Balashowry Vallabhaneni||Lok Sabha Member||Machilipatnam|
|11||Lavu Sri Krishna Devarayalu||Lok Sabha Member||Narasaraopet|
|12||Nandigam Suresh||Lok Sabha Member||Bapatla|
|13||Magunta Srinivasa Reddy||Lok Sabha Member||Ongole|
|14||Adala Prabhakara Reddy||Lok Sabha Member||Nellore|
|15||P Brhmananda Reddy||Lok Sabha Member||Nandyala|
|16||Dr Singari Sanjeev Kumar||Lok Sabha Member||Kurnool|
|17||Talari Rangaiah||Lok Sabha Member||Ananthapuram|
|18||Gorantla Madhav||Lok Sabha Member||Hindhupuram|
|19||Gurumoorthy Maddila||Lok Sabha Member||Tirupathi|
|20||Nallakondagari Reddappa||Lok Sabha Member||Chitoor|
|21||Peddireddy Midhun Reddy||Lok Sabha Member||Rajampet|
|22||YS Avinash Reddy||Lok Sabha Member||Kadapa|
Total No.of Seats in Lok Sabha
The maximum no.of candidates of the House allotted by the Constitution of India is 552. Currently, the Lok Sabha has 543 seats which is made up by the election of up to 543 elected members and at a maximum. Out of the 543 seats, YSRCP has 22 seats and TDP has 3 seats. We are currently in the The 17th Lok Sabha that was elected in May 2019.
A total of 131 seats (24.03%) are reserved for candidates with Scheduled Castes (84) and Scheduled Tribes (47). The quorum for the House is 10% of the total membership.