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Kodungallur (Kerala) Assembly Constituency Elections 2018



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Congress By-Poll Reasons for Congress Drubbing in Karnataka By-Polls 2019

As many as 165 candidates, including 126 Independents and 9 women were in the fray for the 15 assembly seats. The BJP and the opposition Congress had contesting in all the Read More…

BJP Karnataka By-Poll Win BJP’s clean sweep in Karnataka By-Polls

It was a victorious Monday for BJP when it won 12 out of 15 seats in Karnataka by-elections on 9th December 2019. Now, the Yediyurappa government stands stronger than before Read More…

Karnataka By-Elections Live Results Karnataka By-Election Results Live Updates

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ByElection Opinion Poll 2019 The Exit Polls seem to secure the Yedurappa Government.

On 5th December 2019, By-polls were held for 15 seats of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. While the results will be declared on 9th December, Karnataka Exit Polls have suggested a Read More…

Karnataka ByPoll Uncertain Times Mire Karnataka Polity

The Supreme Court with its decision that upheld former Karnataka assembly speaker K.R. Ramesh Kumar to disqualify 17 rebel Congress-Janata Dal (Secular) legislators for defection but defected MLA’s can contest elections, Supreme Court by this Read More…




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About Kodungallur Assembly Constituency

Kodungallur is constituency No.73 of Kerala legislative assembly. This unreserved assembly seat is situated in Thrissur district. It is part of the Chalakudy Lok Sabha constituency. The Chalakudy Lok Sabha constituency was formed in conformity with the delimitation order of 2008.


According to the Election Commission of India, the constituency of Kodungallur has 1,69,056 registered voters. It comprises 80,962 male and 88,094 female registered voters.

The Indian National Congress won this seat in the 2011 assembly elections. T.N. Prathapan was the party's winning candidate. K.G.Sivanandhan of CPI, who got 55,063 votes, was the nearest contender. With 64,495 votes, Prathapan won by a margin of 9,432 votes. The voter turnout was 76.15 %.

Sitting and previous MLAs from Kodungallur Assembly Constituency

Below is the list of winners and runners-up in the Kodungallur assembly elections conducted so far.

YearA C No.Constituency NameCategoryWinnerGenderPartyVotesRunner UpGenderPartyVotes
197767KodungallurGENV. K. Rajan MCPI32159P. V. Abdul KaderMIND24048
198067KodungallurGENV. K. Rajan MCPI35567Kollickatharan RaviMIND33047
198267KodungallurGENV. K. RajaMCPI36404Kollikkathara RaviMIND32970
198767KodungallurGENV. K. RajanMCPI45251K. P. DhanapalanMINC41755
199167KodungallurGENMeenakshy ThampanFCPI53542T.A. Ahammed KabeerMMUL42353
199667KodungallurGENMeenakshy Thamban FCPI51343K.VenuMIND37234
200167KodungallurGENUmesh Challiyil MJPSS59369Prof. Meenakshi ThampanFCPI47428
200667KodungallurGENAdv.K.P.Rajendran MCPI53197Umesh ChalliyilMJPSS50675
201173KodungallurGENT.N.PrathapanMINC64495K.G.SivanandhanMCPI55063

Last Updated on May 13, 2016