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Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) Assembly Constituency Elections


About Thiruvananthapuram Assembly Constituency

Thiruvananthapuram is constituency No. 134 of Kerala legislative assembly. It was formed after delimitation in 2008. It is situated in the district that goes by the same name. This unreserved constituency is part of the Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha constituency. According to the Election Commission of India, this constituency has 1,77,442 registered voters. It comprises 85,817 male and 91,625 female registered voters. In the 2011 assembly elections, the Congress party won this seat by a slim margin of 5,352 votes. With 49,122 votes, Advocate V.S.Sivakumar was the Congress party's winning candidate. His main contender was V. Surendran Pillai who belongs to Kerala Congress (Anti-merger group) party. The voter turnout was 60.39 %.

Sitting and previous MLAs from Thiruvananthapuram Assembly Constituency

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

YearA C No.Constituency NameCategoryWinnerGenderPartyVotesRunner UpGenderPartyVotes
2011134ThiruvananthapuramGENAdv.V.S.SivakumarMINC49122V.Surendran PillaiMKC(AMG)43770


Last Updated on May 04, 2020


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