7% Reddys with 41 of 119 seats dominate Telangana Assembly

Reddy community continues to play a crucial role in shaping Telangana's political landscape

Hyderabad: In the recently concluded Telangana Assembly Elections, as many as 41 of 119 MLAs are from the Reddy community, marking a slight increase in their political representation as compared to 2018 polls.

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The Reddy community, known for its influence in both business and politics within the state, continues to play a crucial role in shaping Telangana’s political landscape.

Despite constituting approximately 7% of the population in Telangana, the Reddy community’s representation in the Assembly stands around 34%.

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This community’s notable presence is attributed not only to their economic affluence but also to their multifaceted contributions to Telangana’s economy.

The 41 Reddy candidates emerged victorious in the Telangana Assembly elections are as follows:

  1. REVANTH REDDY
  2. UTTAM KUMAR REDDY
  3. KOMATIREDDY VENKAT REDDY
  4. SABITHA INDRAREDDY
  5. PILOT ROHIT REDDY
  6. PADI KAUSHIK REDDY
  7. POCHARAM SRINIVAS REDDY
  8. PONGULETI SRINIVAS REDDY
  9. P SUDARSHAN REDDY
  10. NAINI RAJENDER REDDY
  11. VEMULA PRASHANT REDDY
  12. ANIRUDH REDDY
  13. KASI REDDY NARAYAN REDDY
  14. PALLA RAJESHWAR REDDY
  15. MALREDDY RANGAREDDY
  16. JEEVAN REDDY
  17. MEGHA REDDY
  18. KARIPALLY VENKAT REDDY
  19. PAIDI RAKESH REDDY
  20. MALLA REDDY
  21. PARNIKA REDDY
  22. DHONTHI MADHAVA REDDY
  23. KUMBAM ANIL KUMAR REDDY
  24. TAMMANAGARI RAMMOHAN REDDY
  25. YENNAM SRINIVAS REDDY
  26. RAJESH REDDY
  27. MARRI RAJASHEKAR REDDY
  28. GUDUM MAHIPAL REDDY
  29. BANSARI LAKSHMAREDDY
  30. KOTTA PRABHAKAR REDDY
  31. RAJGOPAL REDDY
  32. BATHUKA LAKSHMI REDDY
  33. SUDHIR REDDY
  34. JAGADISH REDDY
  35. ALLA VENKATESAR REDDY
  36. BANDLA KRISHNA MOHAN REDDY
  37. REKHLAPALLY BHUPATHIREDDY
  38. PATILLA SANJEEVA REDDY
  39. NALAMADA PADMAVATI REDDY
  40. REVURI PRAKASH REDDY
  41. MAHESHWAR REDDY

Their success reflects the community’s continued influence and active participation in Telangana’s political arena.

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