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Main opposition in Kerala Left Democratic Front (LDF) has announced its first list of candidates for the coming Assembly elections in the state. The list has names of 124 candidates for as many number of seats. Candidates for the the remaining 16 seats will be announced soon.

Key member of the LDF alliance, the Communist Party of India (Marxist), is going to field 92 candidates. The first list includes the names of 90 candidates. Candidates for the Kothamangalam and Thodpupuzha seats will be announced later.

The CPI, which is the second major constituent of the coalition, is going to field 27 candidates. It has declared the names of candidates for 26. The Janatha Dal (Secular) is going to contest in five seats. The NCP and Janadhipathya Congress will contest from four seats each. The INL will contest in three while the CMP Congress (S), RSP, Kerala Congress (B) and Kerala Congress (Scaria) will contest in one seat each.

The CPI(M)'s candidates list includes a number of prominent names. While actor Mukesh will contest from Kollam, journalist Veena George is going to contest from Aranmula. Former finance minister Thomas Isaac will contest from Alappuzha and former minister G. Sudhakaran will contest from Ambalappuzha. K.Suresh Kurup, S.Sarma and Sebastian Paul will contest from Ettumanoor, Vypin and Thrikkakara respectively. 93-year old V.S. Achuthanandan is going to contest from Malampuzha in Palakkad district. Senior CPI(M) member Pinarayi Vijayan, widely considered as Kerala's chief ministerial candidate, will contest from Dharmadom in Kannur district.

LDF convenor Vaikkam Vishwan said that the election manifesto will be presented on 5 April.

LDF (CPI(M), CPI) Candidate List 2016 for Kerala Assembly Election

AC No.AC NameName of CandidateParty
1Manjeshwar C H KunjampuCPI(M)
2UdumaL KunjiramanCPI(M)
5Trikaripur M RajagopalanCPI(M)
6PayyannurC KrishananCPI(M)
7Kalliasseri T V RajeshCPI(M)
8Taliparamba Jaims MathewCPI(M)
10AzhikodeM V Nigesh KumarCPI(M)
12DharmadamPinnarayi VijayanCPI(M)
12EravipuramM NaushadCPI(M)
13ThalasseryA N ShamseerCPI(M)
14Kuthuparamba KK ShailajaCPI(M)
15MattannurE P JairajanCPI(M)
16Peravoor Binoy KuryanCPI(M)
17Mananthavady O R KeluCPI(M)
18Sulthanbathery Rugmini SubramanianCPI(M)
19Kalpetta CK ShashindranCPI(M)
21Kuttiadi KK LathikaCPI(M)
23QuilandyK DasanCPI(M)
24PerambraT P RamakrishnanCPI(M)
25BalusseriPurushan KadalundiCPI(M)
27Kozhikode NorthA Pradeep KumarCPI(M)
29BeyporeV K C MammadkoyaCPI(M)
29TharurA K BalanCPI(M)
31KoduvallyKarat RazakCPI(M)
32Thiruvambady George M ThomasCPI(M)
33Kondotty K P BeerankuttyCPI(M)
35Nilambur PV AnvarCPI(M)
36WandoorK NishantCPI(M)
38Perinthalmanna V ShashikumarCPI(M)
39MankadaRashid AliCPI(M)
40Malappuram K P SumathyCPI(M)
41VengaraPP BashirCPI(M)
45Tirur Gafoor P LilisCPI(M)
47ThavanoorK T JaleelCPI(M)
48PonnaniP SriramakrishnanCPI(M)
49Thrithala Subaida IsahaqueCPI(M)
51Shornur PK ShahiCPI(M)
52OttappalamP UnniCPI(M)
53Kongad K V VijayadadCPI(M)
55MalampuzhaV S AchuthanandanCPI(M)
56PalakkadNN KrishnadasCPI(M)
59NenmaraK BabuCPI(M)
60AlathurK D PrasenanCPI(M)
61ChelakkaraU R PradeepCPI(M)
62KunnamkulamA C MoideenCPI(M)
63GuruvayoorK V Abdulla KhadirCPI(M)
64ManalurMurali PerunellyCPI(M)
65WadakkancheryMery ThomasCPI(M)
70IrinjalakudaK U ArunCPI(M)
71Puthukkad C Ravindra NathCPI(M)
72ChalakkudyB D DewasiCPI(M)
74Perumbavoor Saju PaulCPI(M)
76AluvaV SalimCPI(M)
77Kalamassery A M YusufCPI(M)
79Vypen S SharmaCPI(M)
80KochiK J MaxyCPI(M)
81Thripunithura M SwarajCPI(M)
82ErnakulamM Anil KumarCPI(M)
83Thrikkakara Sebastian PaulCPI(M)
84KundamandalP T A RahimCPI(M)
84Kunnathunad Shiji ShivajiCPI(M)
87ThannoorV Abdul RehmanCPI(M)
88DevikulamS RajendranCPI(M)
88Piravom M J JacobCPI(M)
89UdumbancholaM M ManiCPI(M)
96EttumanoorK Suresh KurupCPI(M)
97KottayamReji ZachariyaCPI(M)
98Puthuppally Jaik P ThomasCPI(M)
102AroorA M ArifCPI(M)
104AlappuzhaT M Thomas IssacCPI(M)
105AmbalapuzhaG SudhakaranCPI(M)
108KayamkulamPrathibha HariCPI(M)
109MavelikkaraR RajeshCPI(M)
110ChengannurRamachandran NairCPI(M)
112RanniRaju AbrehamCPI(M)
113AranmulaVeena GeorgeCPI(M)
114KonniR Sanal KumarCPI(M)
119KottarakkaraAisha PottiCPI(M)
123KundaraJ Mersykutty AmmaCPI(M)
124KollamMukeshCPI(M)
128AttingalB SatyanCPI(M)
131VamanapuramD K MuraliCPI(M)
132Kazhakootam Kadakampally SurendranCPI(M)
133VattiyoorkavuT N SeemaCPI(M)
135Nemom V shivan KuttyCPI(M)
136AruvikkaraA A RasheedCPI(M)
137Parassala C K HarindranCPI(M)
138Kattakkada I B SathishCPI(M)
140NeyyattinkaraK AnsalanCPI(M)
4Kanhangad E ChandrashekharanCPI
9IrikkurK T JoseCPI
22NadapuramE K VijayanCPI
42Vallikkunnu C K AshaCPI
43Tirurangadi Niyas PuliyikkalathuCPI
50PattambiMohamad MohasinCPI
54Mannarkkad K P Suresh RajCPI
66OllurK RajanCPI
67Thrissur V S Sunil KumarCPI
68NattikaGeeta GopiCPI
69Kaipamangalam E T Tyson MasterCPI
73Kodungallur V R Sunil KumarCPI
78Paravur Sharada MohanCPI
86MuvattupuzhaElodo AbrahamCPI
92Peermade E S Biji MolCPI
100KanjirappallyV B BinuCPI
103CherthalaP ThilothamanCPI
107HaripadP PrasadCPI
115AdoorChittayam GopakumarCPI
116Karunagappally R RamachandranCPI
121Punalur K RajuCPI
122ChadayamangalamMullakkara RathnakaranCPI
126ChathannoorG S JayalalCPI
129ChirayinkeezhuV ShashiCPI
130Nedumangad C DivakaranCPI
28Kozhikode SouthA P Abdulla Vahab INL
91IdukkiK Fransis George Janadhipatya Kerala Congress
99ChanganasseryK C Joseph Janadhipatya Kerala Congress
101PoonjarP C Joseph Janadhipatya Kerala Congress
134ThiruvananthapuramAntony Raju Janadhipatya Kerala Congress
120PathanapuramK B Ganesh Kumar Kerala Congress (B)
94KaduthurathiZachariya Thomas Kerala Congress (Zacharia)
118KunnathurKovoor KunjumonRSP (Leninist)
11KannurKadannapally Ramachandran Congress (S)

The Left Front is an alliance of Left-wing political parties of India. This alliance was in power for 34 consecutive years in West Bengal (1977-2011). It holds the record for running the longest-serving democratically elected communist government in the world. The alliance consists of Communist Party of India (Marxist), Communist Party of India, Revolutionary Socialist Party, All India Forward Bloc and West Bengal Socialist Party.

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Last Updated on May 13, 2016