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Mahe (Pondicherry) Election Results 2016


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Number of Electors in Mahe Assembly Constituency

About Mahe Assembly Constituency

Mahe is constituency No. 29 of Puducherry legislative assembly. It is situated in Mahe district. It is an open constituency.

According to the Election Commission of India, this constituency has 28,484 registered voters. It includes 12,549 male and 15,935 female registered voters.

In the 2011 Assembly elections, the Congress won this seat by a comfortable margin of 6,104 votes. E.Valsaraj, the winning Congress candidate, got 13,297 votes. The CPI(M) nominee T.K.Gangadharan, who got 7,193 votes, emerged the runner-up. The voter turnout was 77.18 %.

Male ElectorsFemale ElectorsOthers ElectorsTotal Electors
1314016584029724


Sitting and previous MLAs from Mahe Assembly Constituency

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

YearA C No.Constituency NameCategoryWinnerGenderPartyVotesRunner UpGenderPartyVotes
201129MaheGENE.ValsarajMINC13297T.K.GangadharanMCPM7193
200628MaheGENE. Valsaraj MINC5647Adv. T. Ashok KumarMCPI(M)3700
200128MaheGENE. Valsaraj MINC5666Manoli MuhammadMIND3131
199628MaheGENE. Valsaraj MINC4184Manoly MuhammadMIND3915
199128MaheGENE. Valsaraj MINC5099K. V. RaghavanMCPM2421
199028MaheGENE. Valsaraj MINC5142Mukkath JayanMCPM3304
198528MaheGENP.K. Sathyanandan MINC3695K.V. RaghavanMCPM2719
198028MaheGENK. V. Raghavan MCPM2638C. V. Sulaiman HajeeMIND2174
197728MaheGENK.V. Raghavan MIND2847P.K. Raman MINC2835
197428MaheGENKunnummal RaghavanMCPM1816Iraye Kunnathitathil KumaranMIND1528
196928MaheGENI.K. KumaranMIND2885Valavil Kesavan MINC1978
196428MaheGENValavil KeshavanMCONG2283Irayi Kunnethaduthil KumaranMIND2270

Last Updated on May 13, 2016