Kerala (Chengannur) Vidhan Sabha Bye Election Result – Chengannur Vidhan Sabha Bye Election Boothwise Result Live Counting Candidate Party wise CPM UDF LDF Result 2018 will be declared on 31st May 2018 at http://eci.nic.in
Why Chengannur Assembly Bye Election 2018
There had been an Chengannur Assembly Election in 2016 which was won by a considerably good margin by Communist Party of India (Marxist) major member K K Ramachandran Nair.
However earlier this year the sitting MLA K K Ramachandran Nair died and this led to a need for Chengannur Assembly Bye-Election subsequently.
Main Parties and Political Background in Chengannur Assembly Election 2018
The Political atmosphere in Chengannur Assembly is mainly characterized by the Political condition throughout the State of Kerala. There are mainly three parties that can be clearly seen to have an evident influence on the Political contest, namely, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) aka CPM, The Left Democratic Front (LDF) and the United Democratic Front (UDF) led by Congress.
The major battle has always been between the leftist group of thoughts led by CPM and the UDF led by Congress but Kerala is the only state where people are seen to support the leftist thoughts more than the rightists. However, there has been a surprising success for BJP seen in the last Assembly elections where they received a heavy number of votes close to UDF.
Chengannur Vidhan Sabha Bye Elections Candidates
CPI (M) has fielded for a strong candidate in Alappuzha District Secretary Saji Cherian. Congress has fielded for D Vijayakumar, leading the opposition UDF’s crucial front and other candidates from, Ambedkarite Party of India, Rashtriya Lok Dal, Aam Aadmi Party, Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist) and 10 Independent candidates.
However this time around, major local Congress member Sobhana George was sidelined by Congress and she was warmly welcomed in CPI (M) which is speculated to have a direct impact on Chengannur Vidhan Sabha Bye- Elections. While on the other hand, another 3rd aspect to these elections apart from these 2 front runners is the BJP led NDA alliance whose candidate Sreedharan Pillai surprisingly got only 2000 votes less than the prominent UDF former candidate P. C. Vishnunath.
Kerala (Chengannur) Assembly By- Election Live Counting Result and Media
The election by- polls held on 28th May while the Chengannur Vidhan Sabha By-Election live counting and results will be done on 31st May. Chengannur records approx 74.5% voter turnout on 28th may. Voters came to polling booths in spite of heavy rains in Chengannur.
The previous Assembly Bye-election of 2016 was successfully won by the CPM candidate and this time too they are expected to be the front-runners. The Chengannur By-Poll Result is widely seen as performance of the Pinarayi Vijayan led government in the Kerala compared to Narendra Modi government at the centre. A fierce contest is possible between the three fronts of the Left, the BJP and the Congress.
The voters of the constituency will know Kerala (Chengannur) Vidhan Sabha Bye Election Live Counting Result through top news channels i.e.Asianet news, Media One TV, Manorma news and ECI site at http://eciresults.nic.in/ .