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Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections 2016

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The legislative assembly of Tamil Nadu has the powers to legislate laws related to the state. There are 235 members in total, out of which 234 are democratically elected using the system of first-past-the post. The remaining one is elected as the representative of the Anglo Indian community.

The first elections to the state's assembly were held in 1952 and won by the Indian National Congress. The 15th assembly elections were held on 16 May 2016 in a single phase for the 234 constituencies. Voter turnout was recorded at 74.26%. The results were announced on 19 May 2016.

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK), led by Jayalalithaa, won the elections. It was and became the first time since 1984 that a ruling party was re-elected in Tamil Nadu with a reduced majority. Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), under the leadership of Karunanidhi, won 50% of the seats it contested but it allies, notably the Indian National Congress, which performed poorly, won 16% of the seats and the lost the elections.

On 23 May 2016, Jayalalithaa was sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the sixth time.

Quick Facts on Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Election



Quick facts - Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Election, 2016
Total Distircts32
Member of Rajya Sabha18
Parliamentary Constituencies39
Assembly Constituencies234
Total No. of Electors in 20165,79,15,075
No. of Polling Stations in 201665616
Current Ruling PartyAIADMK
Opposition PartyDMK
First Chief MinisterP. S. Kumaraswamy Raja, Jan 26, 1950, to Apr 9, 1952, INC
Present Chief MinisterJ. Jayalalithaa , May 23, 2015 to Present
First GovernorLieutenant-General Sir Archibald Edward Nye, May 6, 1946 to Sep 7, 1948
Present GovernorKonijeti Rosaiah, Aug 31, 2011 to Present
Chief Electoral OfficerRajesh Lakhoni
Address of Electoral OfficerPublic (Elections) Department, Secretariat, Fort St.George,Chennai - 600 009


Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections 2016 Dates



S. No.Poll Event All 234 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 234 ACs will go to poll on a single day


The legislative assembly of Tamil Nadu has the powers to legislate laws related to the state. There are 235 members in total in the state, out of which 234 are democratically elected using the system of first-past-the post. The remaining one is elected as the representative of the Anglo Indian community. The first elections to the state's assembly were held in 1952 and won by the Indian National Congress. The incumbent assembly is the fourteenth assembly headed by Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa, and will end in the year 2016. The elections for the new assembly will be held in the year 2016 for which the Election Commission is yet to declare the dates. Keep visiting our website for latest and current information related to Tamil Nadu assembly elections.

Tamil Nadu Elections 2016 News and Live Updates

Final voter turnout revised in Tamil Nadu

4.28 crore voters cast their votes in 232 of the total 234 constituencies in Tamil Nadu. 3rd highest voters turnout since 1951

33 Cases of Money Distribution Reported in Tamil Nadu

In Tamil Assembly Elections, 33 Cases of Money Distribution Reported by Public.

 

Tamil Nadu recorded a turnout of 73.76 %

Tamil Nadu recorded a turnout of 73.76 per cent as against 78.12 per cent in the last Assembly elections.

Chennai recorded lowest polling in TN

TN EC chief Rajesh Lakhoni addresses the press. Chennai has recorded lowest polling.

Voting ends in Tamil Nadu

Voting ends in 232 constituencies of Tamil Nadu. Those who reached by 6 p.m. were issued tokens to cast their votes.

69.19 % turnout in Tamil Nadu till 5 p.m

Overall turnout in Tamil Nadu till 5 p.m. 69.19 per cent.

Madurai district voter turnout till 5 p.m. 67.68 %., Tiruppur district 69.17%, Tirunelveli district 67.86 %, Namakkal district 77.63 %

63.7% Turnout In Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu had recorded a brisk 63.7 per cent polling till 3 pm

Polling stopped for 45 minutes Sriramapuram in Athoor constituency.

Polling stopped for 45 minutes owing to shortage of indelible ink at Sriramapuram in Athoor constituency.

 

Namakkal and Virudhunagar record voting till 1 pm

Namakkal district records 45.66 % till 1 pm

Virudhunagar district records 45.66 % till 1 pm.

Madurai district has recorded 28.05 % polling till 11 a.m.

News coming in that Madurai district has recorded 28.05 per cent polling till 11 a.m.

Over 25% polling recorded in first four hours.

Over 25% polling in Tamil Nadu at 11:00 am

Massive turnout in Tamil Nadu, over 18 % voting in first 2 hours

Voting is underway for Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu. Over 18% voting in first two hours

Jayalalithaa, Karunanidhi cast their vote

Wait for two more days for people's verdict," says Chief Minister Jayalalithaa after casting her vote.

Tamil Nadu tops in cash seizures ahead of assembly elections

Around Rs 98 crore has been recovered across the state since the model code of conduct came into effect ahead of assembly elections 2016 in Tamil Nadu

PM Narendra Modi holds election rally in Tamil Nadu's Kanyakumari

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a rally in Kanyakumari ahead of the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections 2016.

AIADMK manifesto lists waiving of farmers' loans; sops for women

Jayalalithaa has announced free mobile phones for all ration cardholders in Tamil Nadu and a 50% discount on bikes for working women .





Last Updated on : July 22, 2016




 

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