Kerala Vidhan Sabha Election Live Result – Assembly Election Counting Result 2016 will be declared on 19th May 2016 at http://eci.nic.in
As the Kerala Vidhan Sabha Election Result for the Legislative Assembly 2016 is getting nearer, the political heat of the state of Kerala is getting warmer. The state of Kerala is said to have witnessed new ways to interact with the people. It is for the first time that the candidate of Congress specifically Radhakrishnana is using the QR codes in his Vidhan Sabha election campaign. The QR codes stands for the Quick response codes. The codes have been put on the posters which can be used to access the social media sites conveniently through smart phones.
Along with new technofied methods, the Kerala Assembly Election opinion polls are indicating that the history is going to repeat itself in this session of Vidhan Sabha election. This means that the state of Kerala may disappoint the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and it will be against the wishes of Prime Minsiiter Narender Modi. The main contesting political parties are BJP (Bharti Janta Party), CPI-M, Congress, Kerala Congress, JDS, Nationalist Congress Party etc. As per the reports of the opinion surveys, the state of Kerala may be won by the LDF alliance led by CPIM.
LDF is estimated to win 83 to 90 seats, while BJP’s NDA is predicted not even open accounts in the state. The opposition party or the runner up position may be taken up by the Congress led alliance, UDF. UDF is likely to win 50 to 57 seats. The state of Kerala has a total of 140 constituencies for the Legislative Assembly.
The matter of contention is that the people of the state of Kerala have not been influenced even by the national level political leaders. The voters are concerning the issue of development and corruption at the top most priority.
No matter what the opinion polls hint at, the Kerala Vidhan Sabha Election Result will be considered as the final verdict of the poll. The people of the state may prove the polls invalid. Similarly, the political leaders and parties are giving their least heed to the surveys as well as to what their opposition parties are blaming them for. The party members and the candidates have escalated the level of their campaigning for the Kerala Assembly elections 2016.
Yet matters like solar scam and other similar incidents are definitely going to influence the poll. The Election commission of India has instructed the state Election Commission to be highly vigilant so as to supervise the activities during the poll session. The political parties are under the compulsion to confine their activities within the model code of conduct. The major aim of the Election Commission of the state is to encourage the voters to use their right to vote. The more the voter’s turnout, the better the election outcome will be.
Kerala Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Constituency Wise Election Live Result 2016
Kerala Vidhan Sabha (Assembly) Election Live Counting Results of the constituency wise poll for the assembly election 2016 will be declared on the 19th of May 2016 when the preference of the people will be publicized to the nation. The people of kerala are waiting for Kerala Assembly Contituency wise Counting Result of winner candidates seats party and list of booth, district, Tehsil, block etc. The Kerala Vidhan Sabha constituency wise Live Counting Result will be available in the official website of ECI at http://eci.nic.in and different electronic media channels i.e. Sahara Samay News, ETV Rajashthan, ABP News, IBN , 7NDTV 24×7, Sadhna News, India TV, ETV Madhya Pradesh, ZEE News, ETV Bihar/ Gujarat, Aaj Tak, ETV UP/ Uttarakhand.
Kerala Vidhan Sabha Constituencies –
Manjeshwar, Puthukkad, Kasaragod, Chalakkudy, Udma, Kodungallur, Kanhangad, Perumbavoor, Trikaripur, Angamaly, Payyannur, Aluva, Kalliasseri, Kalamassery, Taliparamba, Paravur, Irikkur, Vypen, Azhikode, Kochi, Kannur, Thrippunithura, Dharmadam, Ernakulam, Thalassery, Thrikkakara, Kuthuparamba, Kunnathunad, Mattannur, Piravom, Peravoor, Muvattupuzha, Mananthavady, Kothamangalam, Sulthanbathery, Devikulam, Kalpetta, Udumbanchola, Vatakara, Thodupuzha, Kuttiadi, Idukki, Nadapuram, Peermade, Quilandy, Pala, Perambra, Kaduthuruthy, Balusseri, Vaikom, Elathur, Ettumanoor, Kozhikode North, Kottayam, Kozhikode South, Puthuppally, Beypore, Changanassery, Kunnamangalam, Kanjirappally, Koduvally, Poonjar, Thiruvambady, Aroor, Kondotty, Cherthala, Eranad, Alappuzha, Nilambur, Ambalapuzha, Wandoor, Kuttanad, Manjeri, Haripad, Perinthalmanna, Kayamkulam, Mankada, Mavelikara, Malappuram, Chengannur, Vengara, Thiruvalla, Vallikkunnu, Ranni, Tirurangadi, Aranmula, Tanur, Konni, Tirur, Adoor, Kottakkal, Karunagappally, Tavanur, Chavara, Ponnani, Kunnathur, Thrithala, Kottarakkara, Pattambi, Pathanapuram, Shoranur, Punalur, Ottapalam, Chadayamangalam, Kongad, Kundara, Mannarkkad, Kollam, Malampuzha, Eravipuram, Palakkad, Chathannoor, Tarur, Varkala, Chittur, Attingal, Nenmara, Chirayinkeezhu, Alathur, Nedumangad, Chelakkara, Vamanapuram, Kunnamkulam, Kazhakoottam, Guruvayoor, Vattiyoorkavu, Manalur, Thiruvananthapuram, Wadakkanchery, Nemom, Ollur, Aruvikkara, Thrissur, Parassala, Nattika, Kattakkada, Kaipamangalam, Kovalam, Irinjalakuda, Neyyattinkara