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Kovind to garner total value of 27,865 in AP

| | Amaravati

In the first presidential election is being held at Amaravati, the NDA candidate Ram Nath Kovind has secured a total value of 27,865 from 175 Andhra Pradesh legislators in Monday’s polling. Each legislator is having a vote value of 159.

All the 175 MLAs in the AP Assembly, including those of YSRCP, had earlier pledged their support to NDA’s presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind when he visited to Telugu States.

Telugu Desam Party National President and Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Nara Chandra Babu Naidu was the first to cast his vote followed by AP Legislature Assembly Speaker Kodela Shivaprasad, Ministers and TDP, BJP legislators. The Opposition Party Leader of YSRCP YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has cast his vote along with his party MLAs.

In Andhra Pradesh Assembly, The TDP is having 124 MLAs, it’s ally BJP 4 MLAs and YSRCP 46 MLAs. The voting was conducted in the Committee Hall of the Functional Assembly Building. 

The Andhra Pradesh Congress has none either MLAs or the Lok Sabha MPs. It’s having four Rajya Sabha member only. 

 
 
 

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