Friday, May 15, 2009

Live Election Updates from Kerala - Latest Leads/Results from 20 Constituencies

Latest Update 11 .45 AM IST on 16th May.
Results Declared:   20
UDF:       16
LDF:      4
Others:  0
Lead Available: 0
UDF:        0
LDF:        0
Others:    0

Shashi Tharoor won by  99,998 votes

Sampath won by 17,759 votes

Peethambara Kurup (UDF) won by 17,530 votes

Anto Antony won by 1,11,205 votes

Kodikunnil Suresh won by 48,239 votes


K C Venugopal (UDF) won by 57,791 votes

Jose K Mani won by  55,111 votes

P T Thomas won by 74,685 votes

KV Thomas  won by 11,790 votes

Dhanapalan won by 71,678 votes

P C Chacko won by 25,150 votes 


Biju won by 20,959 votes


MB Rajesh won by 1,819 votes

Mohammad Basheer won by 84,131 votes

Ahamed won by 1,15,568 votes

Raghavan (UDF) won by 837 votes

MI Shanavas won by 1,50,273 votes

Mullapally Ramachandran (UDF) won by 56,666 votes

Karunakaran (LDF) won by 64,426votes

Sudhakaran (UDF) won by 43,150 votes 

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

LDF (TVPM,Attingal,Kollam,Kottayam,Ernakulam,Idukki,Chalakkudi,Alathur,Palakkad,Kozhikode,Vadagara,Kasargode,Kannur)

UDF (Pathanamthitta, Mavelikkara, Alappuzha, Trissur)

Wayanad, Ponnani, Malappuram (un-predictable...but favoring LDF)

- JK Vijayakumar, Kollam

May 15, 2009 2:41 AM  
Blogger Brijesh Nair said...

Welcome back. We meet always during the election time starting 2004 elections, right?
Are you serious? I don't think this kind of result is never going to happen.

May 15, 2009 2:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, Sony we always meet here during election times. Still I am in WI.

I was in Kerala 2 days after elections...and my predictions are based on the interactions with lots of people from all political circles.....I believe that NOT the issues decide the victory, it is the number of votes polled which will really decide the winning side. UDF was not active at bottom (base) level in several places and voting from their side and the enthuciasm was at a very low level...I predict 13-16 seats to LDF and 4-7 seats for UDF. This can be true if BJP secure maximum number of votes for themselves...otherwise UDF will get more seats. BJP was not active on polling day in several places...If they do not get their votes, those will go to UDF and they will get more seats...(THIS IS THE ONLY POINT NOT FAVORING LDF AT THIS POINT, not any other political issues). The situation for LDF wa worse than this in 2004 and all predicted only 5 seats to them...but we know what happened!

- JK Vijayakumar, Kollam

May 15, 2009 3:10 AM  
Blogger Brijesh Nair said...

You are not considering the most important factor - discontent of the ordinary people against the communist party. That alone will give UDF a majority this time. let us wait for another 16 hours.

May 15, 2009 1:03 PM  
Blogger Brijesh Nair said...

Any views about the result?

May 16, 2009 8:03 AM  
Blogger Mvbig said...

The people has given a clear verdict to the corrupt LDF Govt.

May 16, 2009 9:58 AM  
Blogger scorpiogenius said...

The commie friends are not available for comments anywhere in blogspace..:(

Are they all fine?

May 16, 2009 11:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I accept that it is a clear verdict against CPIM & Leftist parties not only in Kerala, but in other places also. West Bengal made history by winning of TMC and INC....congrats for the winners, especially Mr. Tharoor. We can expect 2 Cabinet ministers (Mr. Tharoor & Mr. Ravi) and 3 State Ministers (Mr. Ahmed, Mr. Ramachandran and Mr. KV Thomas) in the new UPA Ministry.....we all are waitinf for their work and the developmental plans for Kerala from UPA....Defeat in Kollam, Vadagara, Kannur and Calicut are very big blows for CPIM. At the same time the big voctories of UDF in Malappuram, TVPM, Wayanad, Pathanamthitta add colors to UDF's landside victory. ..........History never ends, it will be repeated!!

- JK VIjayakumar, Kollam

May 16, 2009 2:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

With reference to my post on May 14th, please see the difference in Vote percentage of BJP in Kerala. In 2004 thay had 12.11% and in 2009 they could secure only 6.01%. There is a clear difference of 6%. This time UDF has 47.84 (38.36 in 2004) and LDF has 42.01 (46.18 in 2004). It clearly shows that BJP votes helped UDF to get BIG victory in Kerala, in addition to all other anti-LEFT issues.

- JK Vijayakumar
(Source: Mathrubhumi 17 May)

May 16, 2009 10:56 PM  

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