Register | Login
BREAKING NOW
  Devendra Fadnavis to head Maharashtra's first BJP government       Eleven villages in Koraput district become open defecation free (ODF) places       Major breakthrough to Odisha police as top CMAS leader Nachika Linga surrenders       Infosys to construct toilets in 109 schools in Bhubaneswar       Jeypore forest division to take up plantation in over 200 hectares in Koraput       Odisha: 83-year-old Jain woman 'on fast for over 50 days' to attain moksha    
Fri, 31st Oct, 2014 | Updated: 20:43:47 (GMT) Web Site
Hotel Search* Check in: Calender Check Out: Calender
States
Jagan wins two out of nine AP Council seats
By Input from Agencies  Published on: 23-Mar-2011 07:39:50
Place: Hyderabad
 
   views 706    Print page  

Hyderabad: In a setback to the ruling Congress, former party MP Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy today won two out of nine seats in the elections to Local Authorities' Constituencies (LAC) of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council.

Though his group supposedly won the third seat, the result is marred in a dispute with the victor securing a lead of just one vote.

With the result, Jagan has effectively marred the victory prospects of Congress nominee in East Godavari district, letting main Opposition TDP have the last laugh.

Jagan, however, suffered a blow in Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore district where his group candidate was defeated by Congress.

In all, elections were held for nine seats in eight districts on March 21 and counting of votes was taken up this morning.

Jagan wins two out of nine AP Council seats Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy

KEYWORDS:
Write to Editor
Similar stories you may like
NEWS VIDEOS
POST YOUR COMMENTS


Opinion Poll
Is Bhubaneswar turning into Crime Capital of Odisha
Yes No Can't Say
     View Results
  Vedic Atrology Predictions
Enter Name
Enter Date of Birth
Photos Gallery >>
Ollywwod: Latest Flix " Matric Fail " Wallpapers (2)
Ollywood Actress Riya Dey (6)
More Photos
Search
Odishatoday
 
About Us  |  Careers  |  Advertise With Us  | Terms & Conditions  |  Disclaimer  |  Site Map  |  Contact Us  |  Feedback
© All Rights Reserved With ODISHA TODAY PRIVATE LIMITED
Site Designed and Developed by IndiahostingsIndiahostings