Ebene News – CA – 2021 Kerala Assembly election results: LDF under Pinarayi Vijayan set to return to power

Highlights of Kerala Assembly election results: Latest available trends from the Election Commission show that the PMC-led DFL will reverse the trend of incumbent governments not having been reelected in the over the past four decades in the state Under the leadership of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, the DFL is expected to finish between 95 and 100 seats, eclipsing its 2016 record of 91 seats

The congressional-led UDF, which had glimpsed the mood of voters in local elections last year, will have to play the role of the opposition again over the next five years It should be between 40 and 45 seats

The BJP, which last opened its account in the state with a seat and expected to win at least half a dozen seats, is staring at a drought Top leaders like Kummanam Rajasekharan, K Surendran, Sobha Surendran and E Sreedharan were all lagging behind at their respective seats at 4:45 p.m.

Exit polls from local and national television stations had unanimously predicted last week that the DFL would be re-elected with varying degrees of margin

Kerala Health Minister K K Shailaja wins by record margin of 60,963 votes against Mattannur

Film actor Dulquer Salmaan congratulated Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan on winning the National Assembly election “The past few weeks have been bleak to say the least Every day the news has been hard to take Amidst it all this today brought joy Warm congratulations to the Hon Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and his team on their historic victory You have shown exemplary leadership during some of the most difficult times Kerala has faced and we look forward to a better future, ”Salmaan said on Facebook

BJP’s ‘Metroman’ E Sreedharan lost to Congressman Shafi Parambil by a margin of 3,859 votes in Palakkad

Delhi Chief Minister and AAP organizer Arvind Kejriwal congratulated Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan for the impressive performance of the ruling LDF alliance in the results of the Kerala Assembly elections

Sincere congratulations @vijayanpinarayi sir The people of Kerala have trusted you through our pro-people governance

Claiming the victory of the ruling LDF alliance in the Kerala elections, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said today: “Our victory today is the victory of the people We believe in the people and they trust us This is why we won more seats than in 2016 We can go into the details of the election later “

“The people of Kerala once again have confidence in the left front But now is not the time to celebrate due to the wide spread of Covid-19 We must continue the fight against Covid-19”, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said on LDF’s good performance in national elections

As the CPI (M)-led LDF prepares to return to power in Kerala, party secretary general Sitaram Yechury on Sunday thanked state voters for trusting the party and promised that the left party will continue to tackle the challenges people face

With initial state trends showing that the ruling LDF maintains its lead in 88 of the 140 Assembly constituencies in Kerala, while the Congress-led UDF was ahead in 50 segments, according to the trends available until 1030 a.m., Yechury seemed confident his party would emerge triumphant

“I thank the people of Kerala for restoring confidence in an unprecedented way to the way the previous LDF government addressed all the challenges the people faced as well as the scourge of the pandemic The government has given the world a Kerala model on how to deal with the pandemic, ”he said

“The DFL under the umbrella of IPC (M) will play its rightful role in this regard and we hope that the people of Kerala, who have always stood up together, will continue to do so in a stronger way “, did he declare (PTI)

KK Rema, the brave leader of the RMP whose husband Com Le TP Chandrasekharan was killed by CPM workers and is heading for a giant victory in Vadakara, considered a stronghold of the CPM @IndianExpress picTwittercom / 2jVTG2Hb7E

Oommen Chandy told reporters: “We will discuss with our colleagues and look at what happened I have learned that my majority is over 8000 votes I do not know the trends at the panchayat level Congress has lost in the past, but has also returned to its peak afterwards “

In Thavanur, the outgoing LDF minister, KT Jaleel, confronts Firoz K of the UDF In Thripunithura, the main leader of the Congress K Babu fights against M Swaraj of the CPM

Three CPM leaders who suffered defeat at the hands of the UDF in the 2019 general election are on their way to the Assembly P Rajeev – KalamasseryMB Rajesh – ThrithalaKN Balagopal – Kottarakkara @IndianExpress

Leads are constantly oscillating in three key constituencies where BJP is a player: Palakkad, Nemom and Thrissur At Nemom and Palakkad, the BJP candidates are currently in second place, trailing by a very small margin In Thrissur however, the fight for the summit sits between the CPI and Congress candidates

After a fierce competition at Thrithala in Palakkad district, Congressman VT Balram conceded defeat in a Facebook post He was beaten by MB Rajesh of PMO He wished the new LDF government success

Jose K Mani, who became president of the Kerala Congress (M) and subsequently linked his party to the LDF after the death of his father KM Mani, faces a humiliating defeat at Pala In a seat represented by his father for over 50-year-old Jose is over 9,000 votes behind, a margin unlikely to be exceeded

It is important to remember that Jose had resigned his seat of Rajya Sabha to enter the LDF and run for the Assembly election If the LDF won, he was even to become a minister But now these hopes are wiped out His party leads however with five seats He contested 13

If there’s one siege heading for a biting photo-finish, it’s the urban siege of Thrissur A triangular contest is underway between Suresh Gopi from BJP, Padmaja Venugopal from Congress and P Balachandran from CPI According to current trends, Balachandran is in the lead with Padmaja behind him and Suresh Gopi in last place It was one of the seats where BJP had high hopes of winning

Over the past four decades in Kerala, no coalition has been re-elected to power The sawing power trend between the LDF and UDF is expected to end this time around

According to the trends available now, the LDF is expected to finish between 85 and 95 seats, a repeat of 2016 and validating the leadership of outgoing Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan The UDF is expected to get 40 to 50 seats and the BJP could end with 1 to 3 seats

Every exit poll had predicted this outcome, although the margins varied.The dominance of the DFL was particularly clear in districts like Kannur, Kozhikode, Thrissur, Palakkad and Thiruvananthapuram, covering all regions of the state The CPM and its allies have performed particularly well in its strongholds and created upheaval in the UDF strongholds Ernakulam and Malappuram could be the only two districts to support the UDF The BJP currently leads with three seats – Nemom , Palakkad and Thrissur although the margins are extremely narrow

If the above exit poll numbers hold true, it will mean there is no prevailing anti-exit sentiment in the state to dislodge Vijayan’s government His administration has gathered widespread sentiment goodwill for the delivery of essential food kits to all ration card holders during the Covid-19 lockdown last year, as well as for the improvement of monthly welfare pensions for different types of beneficiaries such people with disabilities, the elderly, widows and agricultural workers

Although its nature of overseas fundraising has drawn censorship from both the CAG and the opposition, the LDF has made the Kerala Infrastructure Investment Fund Board (KIIFB) a valid and transparent agency to push investments in key sectors such as education, health, roads and electricity The government’s handling of the early phase of the Covid-19 pandemic last year was praised by national and international health experts, although the scale of the pandemic has increased significantly this year

The Congressional and BJP campaigns, meanwhile, have focused on a range of issues that include alleged corruption and nepotism within the administration, the “ betrayal ” of Hindu sentiments on Sabarimala, the colossal government debt and the crisis political assassinations

Congress specifically attacked the government and the chief minister in the gold smuggling case, in which the former CM principal secretary was arrested, the allegations of data privacy breaches in the Sprinklr case, the backdoor appointments to positions those close to the PMO and the recent deal allegedly signed with an American company for the manufacture of deep-sea fishing trawlers

As for the BJP, it has waged a high-pitched campaign, appealing to its star power from the Center like Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Interior Minister Amit Shah, ministers Piyush Goyal, Nirmala Sitharaman, Smriti Irani and chief ministers like Yogi Adityanath His campaign, especially in seats like Konni, Kazhakoottam and Nemom, has rolled over the emotional issue of Sabarimala

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Ebene News – CA – Kerala Assembly Election Results 2021: LDF Under Pinarayi Vijayan Set To Return in power

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