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Kerala Assembly Elections 2016



Assembly Constituencies Map of Kerala

Assembly Constituencies Map of Kerala 1 Manjeshwar 2 Kasaragod 3 Udma 4 Kanhangad 5 Trikaripur 6 Payyannur 7 Kalliasseri 8 Taliparamba 9 Irikkur 10 Azhikode 11Kannur 12 Dharmadam 13 Thalassery 14 Kuthuparamba 15 Mattannur 16 Peravoor 17 Mananthavady 18 Sulthanbathery 19 Kalpetta 20 Vadakara 21 Kuttiadi 22 Nadapuram 23 Quilandy 24 Perambra 25 Balusseri (SC) 26 Elathur 27 Kozhikode North 28 Kozhikode South 29 Beypore 30 Kunnamangalam 31 Koduvally 32 Thiruvambadi 33 Kondotty 34 Ernad 35 Nilambur 36 Wandoor (SC) 37 Manjeri 38 Perinthalmanna 39 Mankada 40 Malappuram 41 Vengara 42 Vallikunnu 43 Tirurangadi 44 Tanur 45 Tirur 46 Kottakkal 47 Thavanur 48 Ponnani 49 Thrithala 50 Pattambi 51 Shornur 52 Ottappalam 53 Kongad(SC) 54 Mannarkkad 55 Malampuzha 56 Palakkad 57 Tarur (SC) 58 Chittur 59 Nemmara 60 Alathur 61 Chelakkara (SC) 62 Kunnamkulam 63 Guruvayoor 64 Manalur 65 Wadakkanchery 66 Ollur 67 Thrissur 68 Nattika (SC) 69 Kaipamangalam 70 Irinjalakuda 71 Pudukkad 72Chalakudy 73 Kodungallur 74 Perumbavoor 75 Angamaly 76 Aluva 77 Kalamassery 78 Paravur 79 Vypeen 80 Kochi 82Ernakulam 83 Thrikkakara 81Thripunithura 84 Kunnathunad (SC) 85 Piravom 86 Muvattupuzha 87 Kothamangalam 88 Devikulam (SC) 89 Udumbanchola 90 Thodupuzha 91 Idukki 92 Peerumade 93 Pala 94 Kaduthuruthy 95 Vaikom (SC) 96 Ettumanoor 97 Kottayam 98 Puthuppally 99 Changanassery 100 Kanjirappally 101 Poonjar 102 Aroor 103 Cherthala 104  Alappuzha 105 Ambalappuzha 106 Kuttanad 107 Haripad 108 Kayamkulam 109 Mavelikkara (SC) 110 Chengannur 111 Thiruvalla 112  Ranni 113 Aranmula 114 Konni 115 Adoor (SC) 116 Karunagappally 117 Chavara 118 Kunnathur (SC) 119 Kottarakkara 120 Pathanapuram 121 Punalur 122 Chadayamangalam 123 Kundara 124 Kollam 125 Eravipuram 126 Chathannoor 127 Varkala 128 Attingal (SC) 129 Chirayinkeezhu (SC) 130 Nedumangad 131 Vamanapuram 132 Kazhakoottam 133 Vattiyoorkavu 134 Thiruvananthapuram 135 Nemom 136 Aruvikkara 137 Parassala 138 Kattakkada 139 Kovalam 140 Neyyattinkara
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Quick Facts on Kerala Legislative Assembly Election



Quick facts - Kerala Legislative Assembly Election, 2016
Total Distircts14
Member of Rajya Sabha9
Parliamentary Constituencies20
Assembly Constituencies140
Total No. of Electors in 20162,56,08,720
No. of Polling Stations in 201624,888
Current Ruling PartyINC
Opposition PartyCPM
First Chief MinisterShri E. M. S. Namboodiripad, Apr 5, 1957 to Jul 31, 1959 ,CPI
Present Chief MinisterShri Oommen Chandy
First GovernorShri Burgula Ramakrishna Rao, Nov 22, 1956 to Jul 1, 1960
Present GovernorP Sathasivam
Chief Electoral OfficerE. K. Majhi
Address of Electoral OfficerElection Department, Kerala Legislative Complex Vikas Bhavan P.O., Thiruvananthapuram 695 033


Kerala Assembly Elections 2016 Dates



Poll EventDates ( All 140 ACs)
1Issue of Notification 22.04.2016 (FRI)
2Last date for making Nominations29.04.2016 (FRI)
3Scrutiny of Nominations30.04.2016 (SAT)
4Last date for withdrawal of candidature02.05.2016 (MON)
5Date of Poll16.05.2016 (MON)
6Counting of Votes19.05.2016 (THU)
7Date before which election process shall be completed21.05.2016 (SAT)
 All 140 ACs will go to poll on a single day


Kerala Elections 2016 News and Live Updates

Cherthala Assembly constituency set a new record for highest turnout

Cherthala Assembly constituency has set a new record for the highest turnout in Mondays Assembly polls, registering 86.3%.

 

Kerala registers 74 % polling

Kerala registered a voter turn out of over 74 per cent in the 140 Assembly constituencies

70% polling in Kerala till 5 pm

Kerala recorded 70.35 per cent polling. Highest being Kannur, lowest Thiruvananthapuram.

57.54% polling in Kerala till 3 pm

Asargod - 58.30%
Kannur - 62.12%
Wayanad - 56.84%
Kozhikode - 58.66%
Malappuram - 54.15%
Palakkad - 57.54%
Thrissur - 58.92%
Ernakulam - 58.70%
Idukki - 55.05%
Kottayam - 58.93%
Alappuzha - 58.87%
Pathanamthitta - 52.38%
Kollam - 57.11%
Thiruvananthapuram - 44.93% 

44 % turnout till 1 pm in Kerala

44 % turnout till 1 pm in Kerala Assembly Elections 2016

BJP will draw a blank in Kerala, says Chandy

Oommen Chandy - BJP will draw a blank in Kerala Assembly Elections 2016, people angry at Somalia comparison

Slow start in Ernakulam

Voting in 14 Assembly constituencies of Ernakulam got off to a slow start due to rain.

25 % polling till 11 am in Kerala

At 11 a.m., unofficial estimates showed polling inching towards 25 per cent.

18.12 per cent polling in Kerala at 10 a.m

Voter turnout in Thiruvananthapuram district: Nemom - 13.70 per cent, Thiruvananthapuram - 12.30 per cent,Vattiyurkavu - 13.70 per cent. 18.12 per cent polling in Kerala at 10 a.m

UDF systemically destroys everything, says Brinda Karat

CPI-M politbureau member Brinda Karat on Tuesday alleged Congress-led UDF "systemically destroys everything" whenever it comes to power.

Sonia to arrive in Kerala today to take part in election campaign

Congress president Sonia Gandhi will reach Kerala to take part in election campaign of UDF candidates for the upcoming Assembly elections 2016.



Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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