Assembly Elections 2010-2011




Assembly Elections 2010-2011
Assembly Elections 2010-2011
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*The map showing the States Going to Poll in 2011. Disclaimer


Schedule for holding General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Assam

S. No. Poll Event 1st Phase ( 62 ACs) 2nd Phase ( 64 ACs)
1. Issue of Notification 10.3.2011 (Thursday) 18.3.2011(Friday)
2. Last date for making Nominations 17.3.2011(Thursday) 25.3.2011(Friday)
3. Scrutiny of Nominations 18.3.2011(Friday) 26.3.2011(Saturday)
4. Last date for withdrawal ofcandidature 21.3.2011(Monday) 28.3.2011(Monday)
5. Date of Poll 4.4.2011(Monday) 11.4.2011(Monday)
6. Counting of Votes 13.5.2011(Friday) 13.5.2011(Friday)
7. Date before which election
process shall be completed
18.5.2011(Wednesday) 18.5.2011(Wednesday)
  • *Details of ACs going to poll during the two phases enclosed.
  • # Poll Timings 07.00 AM to 03.00 PM for all ACs.
Schedule for holding General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Kerala

S. No. Poll Event Dates ( All 140 ACs)
1. Issue of Notification 19.3.2011(Saturday)
2. Last date for making Nominations 26.3.2011(Saturday)
3. Scrutiny of Nominations 28.3.2011(Monday)
4. Last date for withdrawal of candidature 30.3.2011(Wednesday)
5. Date of Poll 13.4.2011(Wednesday)
6. Counting of Votes 13.5.2011(Friday)
7. Date before which election
process shall be completed
18.5.2011(Wednesday)
  • All 140 ACs will go to poll on a single day
Schedule for holding General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu

S. No. Poll Event Dates( All 234 ACs)
1. Issue of Notification 19.3.2011(Saturday)
2. Last date for making Nominations 26.3.2011(Saturday)
3. Scrutiny of Nominations 28.3.2011(Monday)
4. Last date for withdrawal of candidature 30.3.2011(Wednesday)
5. Date of Poll 13.4.2011(Wednesday)
6. Counting of Votes 13.5.2011(Friday)
7. Date before which election
process shall be completed
16.5.2011(Monday)
  • All 234 ACs will go to poll on a single day
Schedule for holding General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Puducherry

S. No. Poll Event Dates (All 30 ACs)
1. Issue of Notification 19.3.2011(Saturday)
2. Last date for making Nominations 26.3.2011(Saturday)
3. Scrutiny of Nominations 28.3.2011(Monday)
4. Last date for withdrawal of candidature 30.3.2011(Wednesday)
5. Date of Poll 13.4.2011(Wednesday)
6. Counting of Votes 13.5.2011(Friday)
7. Date before which election
process shall be completed
18.5.2011(Wednesday)
  • All 30 ACs will go to poll on a single day
Schedule for holding General Election to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal

S.No. Poll Event 1st Phase
( 54 ACs)
2nd Phase
( 50 ACs)
3rd Phase
( 75 ACs)
4th Phase
( 63 ACs)
5th Phase
( 38 ACs)
6th Phase
( 14 ACs)
1. Issue of Notification 24.3.2011
(Thursday)
30.3.2011
(Wednesday)
2.4.2011
(Saturday)
7.4.2011
(Thursday)
11.4.2011
(Monday)
14.4.2011
(Thursday)
2. Last date for making Nominations 31.3.2011
(Thursday)
6.4.2011
(Wednesday)
9.4.2011
(Saturday)
14.4.2011
(Thursday)
18.4.2011
(Monday)
21.4.2011
(Thursday)
3. Scrutiny of Nominations 2.4.2011
(Saturday)
7.4.2011
(Thursday)
11.4.2011
(Monday)
16.4.2011
(Saturday)
19.4.2011
(Tuesday)
23.4.2011
(Saturday)
4. Last date for withdrawal of candidature 4.4.2011
(Monday)
9.4.2011
(Saturday)
13.4.2011
(Wednesday)
18.4.2011
(Monday)
21.4.2011
(Thursday)
25.4.2011
(Monday)
5. Date of Poll 18.4.2011
(Monday)
23.4.2011
(Saturday)
27.4.2011
(Wednesday)
3.5.2011
(Tuesday)
7.5.2011
(Saturday)
10.5.2011
(Tuesday)
6. Counting of Votes 13.5.2011
(Friday)
13.5.2011
(Friday)
13.5.2011
(Friday)
13.5.2011
(Friday)
13.5.2011
(Friday)
13.5.2011
(Friday)
7. Date before which election
process shall be completed
18.5.2011
(Wednesday)
18.5.2011
(Wednesday)
18.5.2011
(Wednesday)
18.5.2011
(Wednesday)
18.5.2011
(Wednesday)
18.5.2011
(Wednesday)
  • Details of ACs going to poll during various phases enclosed
Assembly Elections 2010-2011 include polls held for the various state assemblies in India in 2010 and 2011. These polls are conducted to constitute government in various states of India.

The State Assembly Elections of India in 2011 will ensue between April and May. The states in India that go into polls are the following:
  • Kerala
  • Assam
  • West Bengal
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Pondicherry
The precise dates are yet to be announced by the Election Commission of India (ECI).

Tamil Nadu State Assembly Election 2011

The 14th legislative assembly polls in Tamil Nadu will take place in 2011. Members of the legislature will be elected from 234 constituencies in the state. Currently, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu is M. Karunanidhi of the DMK.

Parties contesting Tamil Nadu Assembly Polls 2011

Given below are the names of the different parties contesting the Tamil Nadu polls:
  • DMK (Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam)
  • VCK
  • Congress
  • Pudhiya Bharatham
  • MDMK
  • AIADMK (All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam)
  • CPI
  • CPI(M)
  • Naadalum Makkal Katchi
  • Pudhiya Tamilagam
  • Manitha Neya Makkal Katchi(Muslim Munnetra Kazhagam)
  • Samathuva Makkal Katchi
  • DMDK
  • Kongu Makkal Katchi
  • PMK
  • Moovendar Munnani
  • Moovendar Munnetra Kazhagam
  • Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
West Bengal Legislative Assembly Elections 2011

Polls in West Bengal are scheduled to take place by May 2011. The last election took place in 2006. Currently, Buddhadev Bhattacharya is the chief minister of the state.

Parties contesting polls in West Bengal

Given below are the names of the different parties contesting the West Bengal polls:
  • CPI(M)
  • All India Forward Bloc
  • RSP
  • CPI
  • All India Trinamul Congress
  • Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
  • Indian National Congress (INC)
  • SUCI
  • Samajwadi Party
State Assembly Elections in Assam 2011

Assembly polls in Assam for 126 constituencies will also be held in 2011. Presently, the chief minister of the state is Tarun Kumar Gogoi of the Indian National Congress. The following parties will be contesting the forthcoming polls:
  • Asom Gana Parishad (AGP)
  • Indian National Congress (INC)
  • Assam United Democratic Front
  • Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
Kerala Legislative Assembly Elections 2011

The assembly polls in Kerala will also be held in 2011. Major parties contesting this election in Kerala are the following:
  • Communist Party of India (Marxist)
  • Communist Party of India
  • Indian National Congress (INC)
  • Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)
At present, the chief minister of Kerala is V.S. Achuthanandan. Elections will be held for 140 constituencies.

2011 Assembly Elections in Pondicherry

Polls for 30 electoral constituencies in Pondicherry or Puducherry will be held in 2011. Presently, the chief minister of Pondicherry is V. Vaithilingam. Major political parties contesting for the polls will include DMK, AIADMK, and Indian National Congress.


Last Updated on 03 March 2011

     


     

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