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Kerala Assembly Election Results 2016


Kerala Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Elections Live Result 2016

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Kerala Assembly Election Result

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Kerala (140)CPM 58INC 22CPI 19IUML 18

Party wise Kerala Election Result 2016



Party wise Kerala Election Result 2011

About Kerala Assembly Election 2016 Results



The Kerala Assembly elections will be held in a single phase on 16 May, 2016 to elect representatives from 140 constituencies of the state. The UDF and LDF are the two main rival alliances in the state. The Congress-led UDF won by a slender majority in the last Assembly elections. Evidently, the CPI(M)-led LDF will be looking to capitalise on anti-incumbency and clinch power this time. Polling results will be declared on 19 May, 2016.

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.

Kerala Election Results

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Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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