The Kerala Assembly Election Result 2021 is going to announce soon on Sunday. Now the Calculating is starting from 8 AM on Sunday. Many of the candidates or parties who have elected in the election are waiting to hear the result from the election officers who are still counting. The latest updates of Kerala Assembly Election Result 2021 have out from time to time. So we can get an idea about the result release by the authority on the basis of the counting of seats from the Legislative Assembly Constituencies.
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Kerala Assembly Election Result 2021
There is a recent assembly election in Kerala. According to the information, polling was held on 6 April for a total of 140 seats. Right now the election count is going on and the results will be released in a while. All the candidates had participated in this election, waiting for the result. According to the exit poll, different speculations are being made that which party will form the government in Kerala and which party will be out.
According to new figures, the ruling LDF-led party is returning. The PCM-led party is also set to return with an absolute majority and this time is getting an absolute majority. In the exit poll, it is also estimated that the UDF party is seen getting around 50 – 60 sets. E Sreedharan, Pinarayi Vijayan, and former Chief Minister Oman Chandy are the prominent candidates for the Kerala assembly elections.
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Kerala MLA Election Result 2021 Highlights
|Election Type||Assembly Election|
|Total Assembly Seats||140|
|MLA Election Organizer||Election Commission of India|
|Tamil Nadu Assembly Election Date||6 April 2021|
|Vote Counting Status||Going On|
|Result Status||Declared today on 2 May 2021|
|ECE official Website URL||eci.gov.in|
Kerala Assembly Election 2021 Result Live Updates
E Sreedharan is a famous civil engineer of India. Sreedharan was the director of Delhi Metro from 1995 to 2012. The Government of India honored him with the Padma Shri in 2001 and the Padma Vibhushan in 2008. He was given a ticket from the Palakkad seat by BJP. The election of this time has become quite interesting due to the jumping in the election arena of Metro Man E Sreedharan.
In the 2016 elections, the Left parties won 91 seats, taking 43.48 percent vote share. At the same time, UDF won 47 seats with 38.81 percent votes. At the same time, BJP had only one seat and 14.96 percent votes. On one seat, P.C. George won whose party was not associated with any political front. Significantly, 71 seats are needed for a majority in Kerala.
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Kerala Assembly Election 2021 Live Vote Counting
The counting of votes has already started for the results of the Kerala assembly elections where Congress leader and former CM Oommen Chandy prayed in the Puthupally Church who is also the party’s candidate from the Puthupalli assembly constituency. The counting of postal ballots is still going on in Kerala. According to the current calculations, in Kerala, the Left Front is leading in 50 seats, while Congress is leading on 31 seats, leading the victory. The Bharatiya Janata Party is also leading in 1 seat. In Kerala, the Left alliance is leading in 55 seats. Congress alliance is leading in 41 seats.
At the same time, the Bharatiya Janata Party is still ahead in 1 seat. LDF is leading in 70 seats. The UDF has an edge over 45 seats. BJP is ahead in 1 seat. The counting of votes in the Kerala assembly elections continues. In the initial trend, the Left Front in Kerala has crossed the majority mark. LDF is leading in 82 seats. 71 seats are needed to form a government in Kerala. At the same time, UDF is leading in 56 seats. The Bharatiya Janata Party is ahead in 2 seats. Votes are being counted for a total of 140 seats in the state. For more updates can stay tuned with this page and also get the all latest and upcoming updates on Kerala Vidhan Sabha Chunav Natije 2021.