Whips



A whip's role is also to ensure that the elected representatives of their party are in attendance when important votes are taken. Whips of political parties play a very important role. The efficient and smooth functioning of the legislative system depends to a considerable extent upon the office of the ‘Whips' who can be rightly said to be the managers of the parties within the legislatures.

Every political party that has its party members in the House of Legislature, appoints one or more of its members as Whip or Whips. The Whips supply their members with all important information and ensure the presence and participation of Members of their respective parties in the House, especially during important discussions and voting. They also interact with the Presiding Officers and the secretariat of the concerned House on behalf of their parties and Members to ensure efficient coordination vis-a-vis the complex requirements of Legislative procedures, practices and conventions.
 
The role of whips of various political parties and the Government Chief Whip is vital in the management of the Assembly Proceedings. The term Whip was defined by Shri Shivraj V. Patil former Speaker, Lok Sabha, as "the authority in the House who was expected to know the bend of minds of Members".


  

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Assembly

Whips
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7th Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly

1. Mr. M. Kishan Rao
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8th Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly

1. Mr. T. Seetha Ram      

2. Mr. K. Jayaram            
  1.  

9th Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly

1. Mr. K. Veera Reddy

2. Mr. A. Jagadeesh

3. Mr. C. Venkata Sesha Reddy

  1.  

10th Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly

1. Mr. R. Chandrasekhar Reddy

2. Mr. G. Krishna Yadav

3. Mr. P. Subbaiah                       

4. Mr. S.V. China Appala Naidu
  1.  

11th Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly

1. Mr. E. Dayakar Rao    

2. Mr. G. Babu Rao         

3. Mr. Syed Yousuf Ali   

4. Mr. P. Raghunatha Reddy     

  1.  

12th Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly

1. Mr. Udaya Bhanu                      

2. Mr. D. Sridhar Babu   

  1.  

13th Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly

1. Mr. Sake Sailajanath
    (upto 25.11.2010)      

2. Mr. Kondru Murali Mohan
    (upto 5-2-2012 to till date)

3. Mr. Dronamraju Srinivasa Rao
    (from 9-2-2012 to till date)

4. Mr.Arepally Mohan
    (from 9-2-2012 to till date)

5. Mr.E. Anil Kumar
    (from 9-2-2012 to till date)

6. Mr.Perni Venkata Ramaiah
    (from 9-2-2012 to 31-01-2013)

7. Mr.Turupu Jaya Prakash Reddy
    (from 9-2-2012 to till date)

8. 14th Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly

1. Sri. Chintamaneni Prabhakar
   ( 21-06-2014 to till date)

2. Sri. Kuna Ravikumar
   ( 21-06-2014 to till date)

3. Sri. Meda Mallikarjuna Reddy
   ( 21-06-2014 to till date)

4. Smt. Yaminibala
   ( 21-06-2014 to till date)

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