BJP national spokesperson Sambit Patra will contest the general election from Puri parliamentary constituency in Odisha.
The BJP late on Friday night released its second list of candidates for the Lok Sabha election comprising of 36 names. The list includes 23 nominees for Andhra Pradesh, six candidates for Maharashtra and five for Odisha. Also, one candidate each for Assam and Meghalaya has been announced in the list.
BJP national spokesperson Sambit Patra will contest the general election from Puri parliamentary constituency in Odisha. Odisha BJP president Basant Panda will contest from the Kalahandi seat and senior leader Suresh Pujari will contest from Bargarh seat.
A meeting of the Central Election Committee (CEC) was held presided over by BJP president Amit Shah. It was attended by PM Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj, and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and all other members of the CEC of the BJP.
1. Aruku (ST)–KVV Satyanarayan Reddy
2. Srikakulam–Perla Sambamurti
3. Vizianagaram–P Sanyasi Raju
4. Anakapalli–Dr. Gandi Venkata Satyanarayana
5. Kakinada– YallaVenkata Ramamohana
6. Amalapuram (SC)–AyyajiVema Manepalli
7. Rajahmundry–Satya Gopinath dasparavasthu
8. Narsapuram–Paidikonda Manikyalarao
9. Eluru–Chinnam Ramkotaya
10. Machilipatnam–Gudivaka Ramanjaneyulu
11. Vijayawada–Dilip Kumar Kilaru
12. Guntur–ValluruJayaprakash Narayana
13. Bapatla (SC)–Dr. Challagali Kishore Kumar
14. Ongole–Thogunta Srinivas
15. Nandyal–Dr. AdinarayanaInti
16. Kurnool–Dr. PV Parthasarthi
18. Hindupur–Pogala Venkata Parthasarthi
19. Kadapa–Singa Reddy Ramchandra
20. Nellore–Suresh Reddy Sannapareddy
21. Tirupati (SC)–Bommi Sri Hari Rao
22. Rajampet–Pappireddi Maheswara Reddy
23. Chittoor (SC)–Jayaram Duggani
1. Tezpur–Sjt. Pallab Lochan Das
1. Jalgaon–Mrs. Smita Uday Wagh
2. Nanded–Shri Pratap Patil Chikkalikar
3. Dindori (ST)–Dr. Bharati Pawar
4. Pune– Girish Bapat
5. Baramati–Mrs. Kanchan Rahul Kul
6. Solapur (SC)–Dr. Jaysidhesvar Swami
1. Shillong (ST)–Shri Sanbor Shullai, MLA
1. Bargarh–Shri Suresh Pujari
2. Sambalpur–Shri Nitesh Ganga Deb
3. Kalahandi–Shri Basanta Kumar Panda
4. Puri–Dr. Sambit Patra
5. Koraput (ST)–Shri Jayaram Pangi
The polling in Andhra Pradesh will be held in the first phase on April 11.