In 2009 Election Results
the UPA won around 261 out of 543 seats, and in the second position was NDA with 158 seats, while 23 seats were won by Left parties.
In 2014 Election Results
the BJP won 282 seats out of 543 seats. This took the NDA tally to 336 seats out of 543 seats in the Lok Sabha. INC could only manage to win 44 seats and stayed in the second position while AIADMK party from Tamil Nadu came third with 37 seats in the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections.
In 2019, the BJP is set to return to power at the Centre after a sweeping win in the 2019 Lok Sabha election
, armed with a bigger mandate than in the 2014 General Election. The party - led by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah duo has secured 303 seats in the 17th Lok Sabha. Meanwhile, the Congress, the main Opposition party, managed to increase its vote share from 2014 only by a handful of votes, with a final tally of 52 seats. There will be no Leader of Opposition in the upcoming Lower House for a second consecutive term.
The Kannur Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 20 parliamentary constituencies allotted to the southern Indian state of Kerala. This constituency covers the coastal district of Kannur, which lies in the north-western parts of Kerala. The Kannur Parliamentary constituency (constituency number 2) has a total of 1,069,725 electorates out of which 568,313 are females and 501,412 are males according to Election Commission of India 2009 reports. The Kannur district has the eponymous town of Kannur as its administrative headquarters.
This constituency, also formerly called the Cannanore constituency, was formed in 1977. Famous for the myriad loom industries which dot this region, along with multiple folk art forms in the area, the Kannur town is also called the ‘City of Looms and Lore’. According to the 2011 Census records, Kannur town, with a population of 1,642,892, is one of the largest urban agglomerations in this coastal state of Kerala. Although known for its trade, the Kannur district is industrially considered backward. The district survives primarily on its rich agrarian economy. Crops grown in this district include paddy as the most important, followed by coconut, arecanut, pepper, cashew, tapioca and plantation crops such as rubber. There are seven assembly segments in this parliamentary constituency of Kannur.
Kannur Lok Sabha Election Results 2019
|Candidate||Party||Total Votes||% of Votes||Status
|K. Sudhakaran||Indian National Congress||529741||50.27||Winner|
|P. K. Sreemathi Teacher||Communist Party Of India (Marxist)||435182||41.29||1st Runner-up|
|C. K. Padmanabhan||Bharatiya Janata Party||68509||6.5||2nd Runner-up|
|K.K. Abdul Jabbar||Social Democratic Party Of India||8142||0.77||3rd Runner-up|
|NOTA||None Of The Above||3828||0.36||4th Runner-up|
|K. Sudhakaran, S/O Krishnan||Independent||2249||0.21||5th Runner-up|
|Adv. R. Aparna||Socialist Unity Centre Of India (Communist)||2162||0.21||6th Runner-up|
|Sudhakaran P. K, S/O Krishnapilla||Independent||1062||0.1||7th Runner-up|
|P. Sreemathi, W/O Raveendran||Independent||796||0.08||8th Runner-up|
|K. Sudhakaran, S/O Kunhiraman||Independent||726||0.07||9th Runner-up|
|K. Sreemathi, W/O Sudeep Kumar C. V||Independent||581||0.06||10th Runner-up|
|Praveen Arimbrathodiyil||Independent||318||0.03||11th Runner-up|
|Radhamani Narayanakumar||Independent||286||0.03||12th Runner-up|
|Kuriakose||Secular Democratic Congress||260||0.02||13th Runner-up|
List of winner/current and runner up MPs Kannur Parliamentary Constituency.
The table below represents the names of all the winning and runner up MPs of Kannur parliamentary constituency of all the years from the starting until now . It also shows the number of votes secured by each MP and the name of the political party they belong to. The current sitting member of parliament of the Kannur constituency is Shri P K Sreemathi Teacher of CPM.
|Year||PC No.||PC Name||Category||Winner||Gender||Party||Vote||Runner Up||Gender||Party||Vote
|2014||2||Kannur||GEN||P K Sreemathi Teacher ||F ||CPM ||427622 ||K Sudhakaran ||M ||INC ||421056|
|2009||2||Kannur||GEN||Kumbakudi Sudhakaran||M||INC||432878||K.K Ragesh||M||CPM||389727|
|2004||2||Cannanore||GEN||A. P. Abdullakutty||M||CPM||435058||Mullappally Ramachandran||M||INC||351209|
|1999||2||Cannanore||GEN||A.P. Abdullakkutty||M||CPM||428390||Mullappally Ramachandran||M||INC||418143|
|1998||2||Cannanore||GEN||Mullappally Ramachandran||M||INC||380465||A.C.Shanmukha Das||M||IND||378285|
|1996||2||Cannanore||GEN||Mullappally Ramachandran||M||INC||371924||Ramachandran Kadannappalli||M||ICS||332622|
|1991||2||Cannanore||GEN||Mullappally Ramachandran||M||INC||376696||E. Ebranhim Kutty||M||CPM||335569|
|1984||2||Cannanore||GEN||Muliappalli Ramachandran||M||INC||288791||Pattiam Rajan||M||CPM||263738|
|1980||2||Cannanore||GEN||K. Kunhambu||M||INC(U)||257812||N. Ramakrishnan||M||INC(I)||184555|
|1977||2||Cannanore||GEN||C. K. Chandrappan||M||CPI||225328||O. Bharathan||M||CPM||212451|
|1951||58||Cannanore||GEN||A. K. Gopalan||M||CPI||166299||C. K. K. Govindan Nayar||M||INC||79270|
List of Assembly Constituencies in Kannur Parliamentary Constituency
The table below shows the list of all the Assembly Constituencies that fall in Kannur parliamentary constituency.
Last Updated on March 28, 2020