Tamil Nadu has more women voters than men. The state has a total of 6.28 crore voters, including 3,19,39,112 women, 3,09,23,651 men and 7,192 transgender voters. They will decide the fate of a total of 3,998 candidates.
Chief Minister Palaniswami and MK Stalin. (Photo-PTI)
After nearly four months of election atmosphere and election campaign in Tamil Nadu, on one hand, the opposition DMK (DMK) is pushing for the return of the state to power, on the other hand the ruling AIADMK (AIDMK) remained in power. Trying to live. Assembly elections are going to be held in the state on Tuesday. This will be the first time in the recent election history of Tamil Nadu, when AIADMK leader J Jayalalithaa and DMK’s M Karunanidhi will not be there. At the same time, Chief Minister Palaniswami will try to win from his home district Idapady seat in Salem district for the third time.
Tamil Nadu has more women voters than men. The state has a total of 6.28 crore voters, including 3,19,39,112 women, 3,09,23,651 men and 7,192 transgender voters. They will decide the fate of a total of 3,998 candidates. Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, who campaigned aggressively, is once again trying his luck from the Bodinayakanur seat in Theni, the home district. He also won this seat in the years 2011 and 2016.
Stalin has been campaigning against AIDMK since December
DMK chief MK Stalin has been campaigning against the ruling AIADMK since December last year, including the ‘We reject AIADMK’ campaign, Jan Gram Sabha and intensive tour of the state. He is in the fray to be elected MLA from Kolathur consecutively for the third time. His son Udayanidhi Stalin is in the fray for the first time. Kamal Haasan, who came into the field of politics from acting, formed a party named Makkal Nidhi Mayiyam in the year 2018 and for the first time his party is trying its luck in the assembly.
BJP contesting 20 seats
The AIADMK’s ally BJP is contesting on 20 seats and is vigorously trying to register its presence in the assembly. It has no legislator in the current assembly. Many senior party leaders have campaigned including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP National President JP Nadda.
Congress in electoral riot with DMK
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi also campaigned in Tamil Nadu and visited many areas. Congress is contesting elections with DMK here. Hassan is trying his luck from Coimbatore South while BJP state president L Murugan and saffron party’s Khushboo Sundar are trying their luck from Dharapuram and Thousand Lights seats respectively.
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