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Raptadu is a village in Anantapur district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in Peddapanjani mandal.
It is part of the Hindupur Lok Sabha constituency along with another six Vidhan Sabha segments, namely, Raptadu, Hindupur, Penukonda, Puttaparthi, Dharmavaram and Kadiri in Anantapur district.
It is part of the Hindupur Lok Sabha constituency along with another six Vidhan Sabha segments, namely, Madakasira, Hindupur, Penukonda, Raptadu, Dharmavaram and Kadiri in Anantapur district.
It is part of the Hindupur Lok Sabha constituency along with another six Vidhan Sabha segments, namely, Raptadu, Madakasira, Hindupur, Puttaparthi, Penukonda and Kadiri in Anantapur district.
Raptadu Assembly constituency is a constituency of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly, India. It is one among 14 constituencies in the Anantapur district.
It is part of the Hindupur Lok Sabha constituency along with another six Vidhan Sabha segments, namely, Raptadu, Madakasira, Penukonda, Puttaparthi, Dharmavaram and Kadiri in Anantapur district.
It is part of the Hindupur Lok Sabha constituency along with another six Vidhan Sabha segments, namely, Raptadu, Madakasira, Hindupur, Puttaparthi, Penukonda and Dharmavaram in Anantapur district.
It is part of the Hindupur Lok Sabha constituency along with another six Vidhan Sabha segments, namely, Raptadu, Madakasira, Hindupur, Puttaparthi, Dharmavaram and Kadiri in Anantapur district.
Marur is a village of Anantapur district, in Raptadu mandal, Andhra Pradesh state, India. The population is 3,567. It is a multi-caste settlement, composed primarily of Kamma, Reddy, Kuruba, Boya, and Madiga. Marur is dependent primarily on agriculture.
Anantapur mandal is one of the 54 mandals in Anantapur district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is administered under Anantapur revenue division and its headquarters are located at Anantapur. The mandal is bounded by Kudair, Garladinne, Singanamala, Atmakur, Raptadu, Bukkarayasamudram and Bathalapalle mandals.
Paritala Sunita is a member of the legislative assembly and minister of Civil Supplies of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh representing the Raptadu constituency of Anantapur. She represents the Telugu Desam party. She is the wife of the slain Rayalaseema politician, Paritala Ravi.