2nd May, 2021
The results of the assembly elections held in two states and one union territory are to be announced on Sunday. For this, counting work has started. Early trends are also coming. By evening, the results will come in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Puducherry. Let us know that in one phase in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Puducherry, the voting was held on 6 April.
Know moment to moment updates here-
- Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) won one seat in Puducherry assembly election. All India NR Congress in 5 seats, BJP in 3 seats and Congress Party in 2 seats.
- In Tamil Nadu, Chief Minister K Palaniswami and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam are ahead in their respective seats.
- LDF is likely to win a historic victory with the indications from the counting of votes in Kerala. At present, the party is ahead in 85 seats.
Updates till 1 pm-
- The Election Commission has asked the Chief Secretaries of the concerned state to take immediate action to stop such gatherings.
- AMMK chief TTV Dinakaran (TTV Dhinakaran) is trailing Kadambur Raju of Kadambur Raju (Kovilpatti) of AIADMK.
- DMK's Udayanidhi Stalin (Udhayanidhi Stalin) is leading from Chepauk-Thiruvallikeni seat in Tamil Nadu. DMK President MK Stalin is leading from Kolathur.
- There is a confrontation between MNM chief Kamal Haasan and Congress candidate Mayura Jayakumar in Koyambattur South.
In the Puducherry Assembly elections, the All India NR Congress is leading in 5 seats, BJP in 3 seats and Congress Party in 2 seats.
Updates before 12 pm-
- DMK is leading in 99 seats in Tamil Nadu assembly elections and AIADMK in 81 seats.
- BJP candidate Suresh Gopi is leading in Thrissur, Kerala.
According to Pratt, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan is ahead of Dharmadam seat.
- BJP candidates from Palakkad in Kerala, E. Sreedharan and K. Rajasekharan from Nemom are leading.
- According to the update so far, Kerala is leading in LDF-88, UDF-50, NDA-2 seats.
- In Puducherry, the All India NR Congress is leading in 6 seats and BJP is leading in 3 seats.
Updates before 11 am
Makkal Nidhi Maiyam (Makkal Needhi Maiam, MNM) chief Kamal Haasan is also leading from Coimbatore South Assembly seat.
- BJP's Metro man E. Sreedharan is leading from Palakkad seat in Kerala.
In Tamil Nadu, DMK is leading in 76 seats while AIADMK is leading in 68 seats.
In the initial trends of Kerala assembly elections, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) was leading in 38 seats, Congress in 20 seats and Indian Union Muslim League in 12 seats.
According to information received at 10.15 am, All India N. in 3 seats in Puducherry assembly election. R. Congress, BJP in 2 seats, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam in one seat and Independent candidates in one seat are ahead.
Updates before 10 am-
Before 10 am, the Communist Party of India is leading in one seat, Communist Party of India (Marxist) in two seats, Independent candidate in one seat and Congress Party in 5 seats.
- The Congress Party is leading in one seat in the early trends of Puducherry assembly elections.
As of 9.30 am, Tamil Nadu has DMK on 25 seats, AIADMK on 12 seats, Congress in 10 seats, CPI (M) in 5 seats and others in 45 seats.
- Early counting trends have started coming up in Tamil Nadu. There are trends of 8 seats in total, of which DMK has 6 and AIADMK leads in 2 seats.
- Among the initial trends in Kerala, BJP's only candidate Metro man E Sreedharan is ahead.
- LDF ahead in Kerala in initial trends
- Counting work is going on in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry.
- Congress leader and former Chief Minister of Kerala Oman Chandy offered prayers at Puthupali Church. He is the party candidate from Puthupali assembly seat.
In Tamil Nadu, the counting of votes will take place at the counting center in Chennai, while in Puducherry, the process of counting for the votes in the Lawspet has been visible since morning.
These are the instructions of the Election Commission
To prevent the spread of corona virus infection, the Election Commission has banned all victorious processions during or after the counting of votes. Apart from this, the Election Commission has also given guidelines regarding the preparation of counting of votes. Under this, the crowd has been banned outside the counting center. The winning candidate, who is known for winning the certificate of victory, can only go with two people. No polling agent is allowed to enter the counting center without the RT-PCR test. Also it is mandatory for them to wear PPE kits.
Kerala - 140 assembly seats
The term of the Kerala Legislative Assembly will end on June 1. In 2016, the Communist Party-led coalition Left Democratic Front won 91 seats. Pinarayi Vijayan was then sworn in as the 12th Chief Minister.
Tamil Nadu - 234 seats
The term of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly is till 24 May. The AIADMK won under the leadership of Jayalalithaa in the 2016 assembly elections. AIADMK had 135 seats in its account and Jayalalithaa again got the state power. At that time DMK could win only 88 seats and Congress won 8 seats. The Bharatiya Janata Party did not have a single seat in its fate.
Puducherry - 30 seats
The term of the Puducherry Legislative Assembly is till 8 June. In 2016, the UPA alliance led by the Congress won. V Narayanasamy had become the Chief Minister of the state but in February 2016, after the resignation of Congress and DMK MLAs, the government came into a minority and Narayanasamy had to resign from the post of Chief Minister. After this, President's rule was implemented here.
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