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Kerala Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Election Results 2016


List of Kerala Assembly Constituencies

A.C. No.Assembly Constituency NameA.C. No.Assembly Constituency Name
1Manjeshwar71Puthukkad
2Kasaragod72Chalakkudy
3Udma73Kodungallur
4Kanhangad74Perumbavoor
5Trikaripur75Angamaly
6Payyannur76Aluva
7Kalliasseri77Kalamassery
8Taliparamba78Paravur
9Irikkur79Vypen
10Azhikode80Kochi
11Kannur81Thrippunithura
12Dharmadam82Ernakulam
13Thalassery83Thrikkakara
14Kuthuparamba84Kunnathunad
15Mattannur85Piravom
16Peravoor86Muvattupuzha
17Mananthavady87Kothamangalam
18Sulthanbathery88Devikulam
19Kalpetta89Udumbanchola
20Vatakara90Thodupuzha
21Kuttiadi91Idukki
22Nadapuram92Peermade
23Quilandy93Pala
24Perambra94Kaduthuruthy
25Balusseri95Vaikom
26Elathur96Ettumanoor
27Kozhikode North97Kottayam
28Kozhikode South98Puthuppally
29Beypore99Changanassery
30Kunnamangalam100Kanjirappally
31Koduvally101Poonjar
32Thiruvambady102Aroor
33Kondotty103Cherthala
34Eranad104Alappuzha
35Nilambur105Ambalapuzha
36Wandoor 106Kuttanad
37Manjeri107Haripad
38Perinthalmanna108Kayamkulam
39Mankada109Mavelikara
40Malappuram110Chengannur
41Vengara111Thiruvalla
42Vallikkunnu112Ranni
43Tirurangadi113Aranmula
44Tanur114Konni
45Tirur115Adoor
46Kottakkal116Karunagappally
47Tavanur117Chavara
48Ponnani118Kunnathur
49Thrithala119Kottarakkara
50Pattambi120Pathanapuram
51Shoranur121Punalur
52Ottapalam122Chadayamangalam
53Kongad123Kundara
54Mannarkkad124Kollam
55Malampuzha125Eravipuram
56Palakkad126Chathannoor
57Tarur127Varkala
58Chittur128Attingal
59Nenmara129Chirayinkeezhu
60Alathur130Nedumangad
61Chelakkara131Vamanapuram
62Kunnamkulam132Kazhakoottam
63Guruvayoor133Vattiyoorkavu
64Manalur134Thiruvananthapuram
65Wadakkanchery135Nemom
66Ollur136Aruvikkara
67Thrissur137Parassala
68Nattika138Kattakkada
69Kaipamangalam139Kovalam
70Irinjalakuda140Neyyattinkara



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Kerala Vidhan Sabha Election Results 2016

Pie chart showing party wise 2016 election results for Kerala. Also shown along are 2011 pie chart showing the number of seats won by CPI,CPM,INC,KCM and Others.
Kerala Assembly 2016 Party Wise Results
Kerala Assembly Election Results 2011

Kerala Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Elections 2016

The Kerala Assembly elections were held in 140 constituencies of the state on 16 May. Results were declared on 19 May. Kerala has been a long-standing stronghold of the two main coalitions, the centrist UDF (United Democratic Front) and the leftist LDF (Left Democratic Front). The CPI(M)-led UDF secured 91 out of the the total 140 seats and won by a convincing margin. Key CPI(M) member Pinarayi Vijayan is the chief minister designate; he represents Dharmadam constituency in the Assembly.

About Kerala Legislative Assembly

The state of Kerala has a unicameral legislature. It only has a Legislative Assembly that makes laws for the state. The Assembly is popularly known as the 'Niyamasabha'. It is housed in the 5-storied New Legislature Complex. The Assembly has 141 seats, out of which 140 are filled by elected representatives and the remaining one by nominating a person from the Anglo-Indian community. It has a term of five years unless dissolved earlier.

The history of Kerala's Legislative Assembly goes back to the year 1888 when a legislative council was formed in the princely state of Travancore. Since then, the council has undergone a number of changes.

After independence, the state of Kerala was formed in 1956 by merging Travancore, Cochin and Malabar regions. The first Assembly elections were held in 1957. Shri E.M.S. Namboodiripad of the CPI became the first chief minister of Kerala. The Assembly comprised 127 members, which included one nominated member. Subsequently, the number went up and today, it stands at 141.

The 13th legislative assembly was formed in April 2011. Shri P. Sathasivam is the present governor of Kerala. Oomen Chandy, who belongs to the Indian National Congress, is the state's Chief Minister and leader of the Assembly. The Speaker's post has fallen vacant following the demise of Shri G Karthikeyan in March 2015. N. Sakhtan is the Deputy Speaker. V.S. Achuthanandan of the CPI is the leader of opposition in the House. Know the current members of Kerala Legislative Assembly ...


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Assembly Election Results of Kerala

The tables below represent the assembly election results for the state of Kerala untill now starting from the most recent year 2016.

PartySeats
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)1
Communist Party of India (CPI)19
Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M))58
Indian National Congress (INC)22
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)2
Indian Union Muslim League (IUML)18
Janata Dal (Secular)3
Kerala Congress (M)6
Communist Marxist Party Kerala State Committee1
Congress (Secular)1
Kerala Congress (Jacob)1
Kerala Congress (B)1
National Secular Conference1
Independent (IND)6
Total140
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)13
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPM)45
Indian National Congress (INC)38
Janata Dal (Secular) JD(S)4
Kerala Congress (Jacob) (KEC)(J)1
Kerala Congress (M) (KCM)9
Kerala Congress (B) KEC(B)1
Kerala Revolutionary Socialist Party(Baby John) (KRSP)1
Muslim League Kerala State Committee (MUL)20
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)2
Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)2
Socialist Janta (Democratic) (SJD)2
Independent (IND)2
Total140
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)17
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPM)61
Indian National Congress (INC)24
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)1
Janata Dal (Secular) JD(S)5
Janata Dal (United) JD(U)0
Janadhipathya Samrakshana Samithi (JPSS)1
Kerala Congress (KEC)4
Kerala Congress (M) KEC(M7
Muslim League (MUL)7
Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)3
Congress (Secular) C(S)1
Democratic Indira Congress (Karunakaran) (DIC)1
Indian National League (INL)1
Kerala Congress Secular (KCS)1
Kerala Congress (B) KEC(B)1
Independent (IND)5
Total140
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)7
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPM)23
Indian National Congress (INC)62
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)2
Janata Dal (United) JD(S)3
Kerala Congress (KEC)2
Kerala Congress (M) KEC(M9
Muslim League (MUL)16
Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)2
Communist Marxist Party Kerala State Committee (CMPKSC)1
Janadhipathiya Samrekshna Samiti (JPSS)4
Kerala Congress (B) KEC(B)2
Kerala Congress (Jacob) (KEC)(J)2
Revolutionary Socialist Party of Kerala (Bolshevik) RSPK(B)2
Independent (IND)3
Total140
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)18
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPM)40
Indian National Congress (INC)37
Janta Dal (JD)4
Indian Congress (Socialist) (ICS)3
Kerala Congress (KEC)6
Kerala Congress (M) KEC(M5
Muslim League (MUL)13
Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)5
Janadhipathiya Samrekshna Samiti (JPSS)1
Kerala Congress (B) KEC(B)1
Kerala Congress (Jacob) (KEC)(J)2
Independent (IND)5
Total140
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)12
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPM)28
Indian Congress (Socialist-Sarat Chandra Sinha) ICS(SCS)2
Indian National Congress (INC)55
Janta Dal (JD)3
Kerala Congress (M) (KCM)10
Kerala Congress (KEC)1
Muslim League (MUL)19
Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)2
Communist Party of India (Marxist) CPI(M)1
Communist Marxist Party of India (CPM)(K)1
National Democratic Party (NDP)2
Independent (IND)4
Total140
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)16
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPM)38
Indian Congress (Socialist-Sarat Chandra Sinha) ICS(SCS)6
Indian National Congress (INC)33
Janta Party (JNP)7
Lok Dal (LKD)1
Kerala Congress (KEC)5
Muslim League (MUL)15
Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)5
Independent (IND)14
Total140
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)13
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPM)26
Indian Congress (Socialist) (ICS)5
Indian National Congress (INC)20
Janta Party (JNP)4
All India Muslim League (IML)4
Kerala Congress (I) (KCJ)8
Kerala Congress (KEC)6
Muslim League (MUL)14
Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)4
National Democratic Party (NDP)2
Independent (IND)34
Total140
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)17
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPM)35
Indian National Congress (I) (INC)(I)17
Indian National Congress (U) (INC)(U)21
Janta Party (JNP)5
IML5
Kerala Congress (J) KCJ6
Kerala Congress (Pillai Group) (KCP)1
Kerala Congress (KEC)8
Muslim League (MUL)14
Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)6
Independent (IND)5
Total140
PartySeats
Bhartiya Lok Dal (BLD)6
Communist Party of India (CPI)23
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPM)17
Indian National Congress (INC)38
Independent (IND)9
Kerala Congress (Pillai Group) (KCP)2
Kerala Congress (KEC)20
Muslim League (Opposition) (MLO)3
Muslim League (MUL)13
Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)9
Total140
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)16
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPM)29
Indian National Congress (INC)30
Independent (IND)16
ISP3
Kerala Congress (KEC)12
Kerala Socialist Party (KSP)1
Muslim League (MUL)11
Praja Socialist Party (PSP)3
Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)6
SOP6
Total133
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)19
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPM)52
Indian National Congress (INC)9
Independent (IND)15
Kerala Congress (KEC)5
Muslim League (MUL)14
SSP19
Total133
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)3
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPI)(M)40
Indian National Congress (INC)36
Independent (IND)12
Kerala Congress State Committee (KC)23
Muslim League (ML)6
(SSP)13
Total133
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)25
Indian National Congress (INC)58
Independent (IND)3
Muslim League (ML)9
PSP19
Total114
PartySeats
Communist Party of India (CPI)55
Indian National Congress (INC)38
Independent (IND)13
PSP8
Total114

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