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Facts at a glance- Kerala Kerala assembly elections -2016 (Date of Poll – 16.05.2016 )



Facts at a glance- Kerala
 Kerala assembly elections -2016

(Date of Poll – 16.05.2016 )

New Delhi: 12th May , 2016


S. No.
Item
Number of Assembly
Constituencies going on poll=140
1.
Total Electors

Male –                    1,25,10,589
Female-                   1,35,08,693
Others-                                   02
Service Elector -              87,138
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 Total  -                      2,61,06,422

2
Total number of Candidates
1203

3
Total Number of Female candidates
109

4
No. and Name of the Assembly Constituency with maximum No. of  Candidates
101 Poonjar    (17 Candidates)

5
No. & Name of the Assembly Constituency with  minimum number of Candidates 
6 Payyannur, 35 Nilambur, 53 Kongad, 57 Tarur (04 Each)
6
Assembly Constituency where more than one women candidate
27
7
Party- wise list of candidates:-
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
98
Indian National Congress(INC)
87
Communist Party of India (M) CPIM
85
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)
74
Communist Party of India (CPI)
25
National Congress Party (NCP)
4
Indian Union Muslim League (IUML)
23
Kerala Congress M (KCM)
15


Janata Dal (Secular) (JDS)
5


Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)
5


Independents and others
782


Total
1203
7
Number and Name of Assembly Constituencies where there is straight contest
Nil

8
Largest Assembly constituency
Electorate wise

113 Aranmula (226324)
9
Largest Assembly Constituency Area Wise
114 Konni

10
Smallest Assembly constituency Electorate wise
028- Kozhikode South  (Elector- 148848)
 
11
No. of  Polling Stations
21498 (Gen)+ 148 (Aux)= 21646
12
Number of EVMs to be used in the elections
BU- 25808, CU- 25633, VVAT-1760

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Biennial elections to the State Legislative Councils of Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Bihar by the Members of Legislative Assemblies (by MLAs).
                  The term of office of the members of State Legislative Councils of Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Bihar elected by the members of Legislative Assemblies (by MLAs) is going to expire on their retirement as detailed below: -


Sl. No.
Name of the State
No. of Members retiring
Date of Retirement
1
Karnataka
7
14.06.2016
2
Uttar Pradesh
13
06.07.2016
3
Maharashtra
10
07.07.2016
4
Bihar
7
21.07.2016





            A statement showing the names of the members retiring, as mentioned above is given in the Appendix enclosed.
2.         The Commission has decided to hold the Biennial Elections to the State Legislative Councils of the above mentioned States by the members of Legislative Assemblies (by MLAs) in accordance with the following program: -
1
Issue of Notifications
:
24th May, 2016 (Tuesday)
2
Last date of making nominations
:
31st May, 2016 (Tuesday)
3
Scrutiny of nominations
:
1st June, 2016 (Wednesday)
4
Last date for withdrawal of candidatures
:
3rd June, 2016 (Friday)
5
Date of poll
:
10th June, 2016 (Friday)
6
Hours of poll  
:
9.00 A.M. to 4.00 P.M.
7
Counting of Votes
:
10th June, 2016 (Friday) at 5.00 P.M.
8
Date before which election shall be completed
:
13th  June, 2016 (Monday)






Karnataka Legislative Council by MLAs
S.No.
Name of Member
Date of retirement

1.       

Ashwathnarayana

14.06.2016

2.       

Narayana Sa Bhandage

14.06.2016

3.       

Mattikatti Veeranna

14.06.2016

4.       

Vijayashankara C.H.

14.06.2016

5.       

Venkatesh R.V.

14.06.2016

6.       

Srinivas M.

14.06.2016

7.       

Somanna V.

14.06.2016





Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council by MLAs

S.No.
Name of Member
Date of retirement

1.       

Mohammad Atahar Khan

06.07.2016

2.       

Rishipal

06.07.2016

3.       

Naseeb Pathan Khan

06.07.2016

4.       

Balram

06.07.2016

5.       

Bukqal Nawab

06.07.2016

6.       

Yashwant Singh

06.07.2016

7.       

Ram Kumar Kureel

06.07.2016

8.       

Ram Sunder

06.07.2016

9.       

Lal Chandra Nishad

06.07.2016

10.   

Virendra Kumar Chauhan

06.07.2016

11.   

Satish Chandra

06.07.2016

12.   

Subodh Kumar

06.07.2016

13.   

Hridaya Narian Dixit

06.07.2016










Maharashtra Legislative Council by MLAs

S.No.
Name of Member
Date of retirement

1.               

Chavdhari, Dipti Ashok

07.07.2016

2.               

Desai, Subhash Rajaram

07.07.2016

3.               

Saiyad Muzaffar Hussain Nazar Hussain

07.07.2016

4.               

Naik-Nimbalkar, Ramraje Pratapsinh

07.07.2016

5.               

Fadnavis, Shobhatai Madhavrao

07.07.2016

6.               

Binsale, Prakash Shankar

07.07.2016

7.               

Munde, Dhananjay Panditrao

07.07.2016

8.               

Mete, Vinayak Tukaram

07.07.2016

9.               

Raote, Diwakar Narayan,

07.07.2016

10.           

Sawant, Vijay krishnaji

07.07.2016











Bihar Legislative Council by MLAs

S.No.
Name of Member
Date of retirement

1.       

Uday Kant Choudhary

21.07.2016

2.       

Kiran Ghai Sinha

21.07.2016

3.       

Vacant from 09.11.15 due to resignation of Shri Bhola Yadav.

21.07.2016

4.       

Vacant from 04.12.15 due to resignation of Shri Manzar Alam

21.07.2016

5.       

Rudal Rai

21.07.2016

6.       

Vijay Kumar Verma

21.07.2016

7.       

Harendra Pratap Pandey

21.07.2016















Election Commission of India
New Delhi : 12th May,2016

*****

Biennial Elections to the Council of States to fill the seats of members retiring in June-August, 2016.
          The term of office of 57 members of the Rajya Sabha elected from 15 States is due to expire on their retirement in June-August, 2016 as detailed below:   
                                   
S.No.
Name of State
No. of Members Retiring
Date of Retirement
1.
Andhra Pradesh
4
21.06.2016
2.
Telangana
2
21.06.2016
3.
Chhattisgarh
2
29.06.2016
4.
Madhya Pradesh
3
29.06.2016
5.
Tamil Nadu
6
29.06.2016
6.
Karnataka
4
30.06.2016
7.
Odisha
3
01.07.2016
8.
Maharashtra
6
04.07.2016
9.
Punjab
2
04.07.2016
10.
Rajasthan
4
04.07.2016
11.
Uttar Pradesh
11
04.07.2016
12.
Uttrakhand
1
04.07.2016
13.
Bihar
5
07.07.2016
14.
Jharkhand
2
07.07.2016
15.
Haryana
2
01.08.2016
                                                      Total     = 57 Seats
           
A statement showing the names of the members retiring as mentioned above is given in the Appendix.
2.    The Election Commission has decided that the biennial elections to the Council of States from the States of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Odisha, Maharashtra, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Jharkhand, Haryana shall be held in accordance with the following programme:-. 
1.
Issue of Notifications
24th May, 2016 (Tuesday)
2.
Last date of making nominations
31st May, 2016 (Tuesday)
3.
Scrutiny of nominations
1st June, 2016 (Wednesday)
4.
Last date for withdrawal of candidatures
3rd June, 2016 (Friday)
5.
Date of poll
11th June, 2016 (Saturday)
6.
Hours of poll          
9.00 A.M. to 4.00 P.M
7.
Counting of Votes
11th June, 2016 (Saturday)at 5.00 P.M.
8.
Date before which elections shall be completed
13th June, 2016 (Monday)
                                                                                                           
                APPENDIX
STATEMENT OF MEMBERS OF RAJYA SABHA RETIRING IN
THE MONTH OF JUNE- AUGUST, 2016

S.No.
Name of State
Name of the Member
Date of Retirement
Party affiliation

1.         
Andhra Pradesh




Nirmala Sitharaman
21.06.2016
BJP

2.         
Jesu Dasu Seelam
21.06.2016
INC

3.         
Jairam Ramesh
21.06.2016
INC

4.         
Yalamanchili Satyanarayana Chowdary
21.06.2016
Telugu Desam

5.         
Telangana
Gundu Sudha Rani
21.06.2016
Telugu Desam

6.         

V. Hanumanta Rao
21.06.2016
INC

7.         
Chhattisgarh
Nand Kumar Paikra (Sai)
29.06.2016
BJP

8.         

Mohsina Kidwai
29.06.2016
INC

9.         
Madhya Pradesh
Anil Dave
29.06.2016
BJP

10.      

Chandan Saurav Mitra
29.06.2016
BJP

11.      

Dr. Vijaylaxmi Sadho
29.06.2016
INC

12.      
Tamil Nadu
Dr. K.P. Ramalingam
29.06.2016
DMK

13.      

A. Navaneethakrishnan
29.06.2016
AIADMK

14.      

S.Thangavelu
29.06.2016
DMK

15.      

E. M. Sudarsana Natchiappan
29.06.2016
INC

16.      

Paul Manoj Pandian
29.06.2016
AIADMK

17.      

A.William Rabi Bernard
29.06.2016
AIADMK

18.      
Karnataka
Aayanur Manjunath
30.06.2016
BJP

19.      
Oscar Fernandes
30.06.2016
INC

20.      
M. Venkaiah Naidu
30.06.2016
BJP

21.      
Dr. Vijay Mallya
30.06.2016
(Vacant due to resignation on 04.05.2016)
Independent   

22.      
Odisha
Pyarimohan Mohapatra
01.07.2016
BJD

23.      

Bhupinder Singh
01.07.2016
BJD

24.      

Baishnab charan Parida
01.07.2016
BJD

25.      
Maharashtra
GoyalPiyush Vedprakash
04.07.2016
BJP

26.      
Jain, Ishwarlal Shankarlal
04.07.2016
NCP

27.      
DardaVijya Jawaharlal
04.07.2016
INC

28.      

PandeAvinash Narayanprasad
04.07.2016
INC

29.      

Raut, Sanjay Rajaram
04.07.2016
Shivsena

30.      

Patel, Praful Monoharbhai
04.07.2016
NCP

31.      
Punjab
Ambika Soni
04.07.2016
INC

32.      
Balwinder Singh
04.07.2016
SAD

33.      
Rajasthan

 Ashk Ali Tak
04.07.2016
INC
34.      
 Anand Sharma
04.07.2016
(vacant due to resignation on 07.03.2016)
INC
35.      
 Ram Jethmalani
04.07.2016
BJP
36.      
 Vijayendra Pal Singh
04.07.2016
BJP
37.      
Uttar Pradesh
Ambeth Rajan
04.07.2016
BSP
38.      
 Jugul Kishore
04.07.2016
BSP
39.      
 Narendra Kumar Kashyap
04.07.2016
BSP
40.      

 Vishambhar Prasad Nishad
04.07.2016
SP
41.      
Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi
04.07.2016
BJP
42.      
Mu. Saalim Ansari
04.07.2016
BSP
43.      

 Kanak Lata Singh   
04.07.2016
SP
44.

 Arvind Kumar
04.07.2016
SP
45.
 Rajpal Singh Saini
04.07.2016
BSP
46.
 Satish Kumar Sharma
04.07.2016
INC
   47.
 Satish Chandra Mishra
04.07.2016
BSP
48.
Uttrakhand
Tarun Vijay
04.07.2016
BJP
49.
Bihar
 K.C. Tyagi
07.07.2016
JD (U)
50.

 Pavan Kumar Varma
07.07.2016
JD(U)
51.

  Gaulam Rasool
07.07.2016
JD(U)
52.

 Ramchandra Prasad Singh
07.07.2016
JD(U)
53.

 Sharad yadav
07.07.2016
JD(U)
54.
Jharkhand
 Mobashar Jawed Akbar
07.07.2016
BJP
55.

 Dhiraj Prasad Sahu
07.07.2016
INC
56.
Haryana
 Birender Singh
01.08.2016
BJP
57.

 Prabhu Suresh Prabhakar
01.08.2016
BJP
Election Commission of India
New Delhi : 12th May,2016

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Facts at a Glance- Tamil Nadu

 Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections -2016

( Date of Poll -16.05.2016 )


S. No.
Item
Number of Assembly
Constituencies going on poll=234

1.
Total Electors

Male –                   2,88,63,013
Female-                 2,93,33,954
Others -                          4, 720
Service Elector -            58114
------------------------------
 Total  -                  5,82,59,801

2
Total number of Candidates
3776

3
Total Number of Female candidates
320

4
No. and Name of the Assembly Constituency with maximum No. of  Candidates
11. Dr. Radhakrishnan Nagar AC (45)
5
No. & Name of the Assembly Constituency with  minimum number of Candidates 
42. Arcot AC (8), 109. Gudalur AC (8), 161. Mayiladuthurai AC (8)
6
Assembly Constituency where more than one women candidate
80 -Assembly Constituencies





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Party-wise list of candidates:

Bharatiya Janata Party
188
Bahujan Samaj Party
158
Communist Party of India
25
Communist Party of India (M)
25
Indian National Congress
41
Nationalist Congress Party
20
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
234
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
180
Desiya Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
104
Registered and unrecognized political parties
1235
Independents

1566
Total

3776




8
Largest Assembly constituency
Electorate wise

27- Shozhinganallur- (6,02,407)
9
Largest Assembly Constituency Area Wise

107- Bhavanisagar-2243.77 Sq.Km
10
Smallest Assembly constituency Electorate wise
163- Kilvelur- 1,63,370
11
No. of  Polling Stations
66007
12
Number and Name of Assembly Constituencies where there is straight contest

Nil

13
Number of EVMs to be used in the elections
Ballot Units-107210 (including reserve), Control Units- 75908 (including reserve)


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