Nota Effect on Winning & losing
Nota Effect as No-ball victories in five constituencies in the Assembly elections The majority of the winners in these five seats were 4,444 and the total number of votes was 10,199. In the 2014 Assembly elections in the first phase of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the notification of the candidate’s changes since the nota (1.25 lakh) Nota took the seventh spot in voting percentage. In the 119 constituencies, Nota lost 2.2 lakh (1.1) votes. Now in the present 2018 elections, Nota changed the fate of contestants who won or lost at very less majority.
Nota Effect ruled over few Constituencies
In Amberpet BJP leader Kishan Reddy was defeated unexpectedly. TRS candidate Venkatesam 61,558 and Kishan Reddy 60,542 votes. Their votes are only 1,016. The note was 1,462 votes.
Independent candidate from Khammam district Vaira won by 52,650 votes. In the second place, TRS candidate Both Madan secure 50,637 votes. The margin is only 2,013 while Nota receive 2,360 votes.
Tungaththiri TRS candidate Gadari Kishore Kumar secured a majority of 199 votes. The number of the Nota here is 1,175.
Nota Effect TRS holds 15 parliamentary segments
The parliamentary segment has gained momentum as it has a majority in the assembly elections. The TRS has gained 88 seats for the 119 Assembly seats in the 17 Lok Sabha segments across the state. The majority of the seats in the 15-member Parliament, except the Hyderabad and Khammam parliament, are in the pink party account. If there was a parliamentary seat in the seat of seven assembly seats, the six seats were won by TRS and pushed Vijayabhata.
Top 10 ‘Nota effect’ Constituencies
These are the few constituencies where the result changes the fate of contestants due to Nota Effect.