By-Polls Live Updates Tamil Nadu, Puducherry Counting begins in assembly constituencies : Tamil Nadu Puducherry By-Polls counting has been started with tight security. Tamil Nadu By-Polls were held on 19th November, Tuesday at Aravakurichi, Thanjavur and Thirupparankundram regions. Approximately 7.5 Cr voters have casted their valuable votes in these By-Polls. Now, the counting of Tamil Nadu By-Polls has been started. Postal votes are being taken up first to count wherever accessible and it will be soon be trailed by counting of EVM votes. While patterns are required to be set up in around 60 minutes, the results will be out later in the day.
By-Election Live Updates : Tamil Nadu, Puducherry Counting begins in assembly constituencies
Venue of Tamilnadu Puducherry By-Polls Counting
- In Aravakurichi, the counting of votes is being held at M Kumarasamy College of Engineering, Karur.
- In Thanjavur, the counting is on at Kundavai Nachiaar Government Arts College for Women.
- For Thirupparankundram Assembly portion, the counting of votes is on at Madurai Medical College premises.
Tamil Nadu By-Polls 2016 – Live Updates
Rangasamy (AIADMK) and DMK’s Anjugam Bhoopathy are the principle contenders in Thanjavur. AIADMK’s AK Bose is hollowed against DMK’s Saravanan in Thirupparankundram while in Aravakkurichi, Senthil Balaji (AIADMK) and KC Palanisamy (DMK) are the fundamental competitors.
Elections have been held to the three bodies electorate when AIADMK supremo and Chief Minister Jayalalithaa is recovering in a healing facility in Chennai, and her trusted lieutenant and Finance Minister O Panneerselvam drove the crusade for the decision party. While Aravakkurichi Assembly portion will have 18 rounds of counting, Thanjavur and Thirupparankundram are set to witness 20 and 21 rounds of counting separately.
In the Union Territory of Puducherry, votes are being counted at Bharatidasan Government College for Women where Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy, a non-individual from the House, is going up against AIADMK hopeful Om Sakthi Segar in Nellithope body electorate. In Puducherry, the counting is set to be over in three rounds.
Every counting table has one Micro Observer, for the most part a Central government official separated from different staff members required in counting. EC had said that to guarantee straightforwardness in the counting procedure, duplicate of consequence of every table would be given to each counting operator by the Counting Supervisor. In Tamil Nadu, votes are being numbered crosswise over 14 tables for a given body electorate spread in one lobby and the whole counting procedure is being video-graphed.
By-Election Live Updates Puducherry Counting begins in assembly constituencies
In Puducherry, Chief Minister V Narayanasamy of the Congress is contesting the Nellithope assembly seat and has stiff competition from the AIADMK. Mr Narayanasamy is a Lok Sabha lawmaker and needs to become a member of the state assembly within six months of being sworn in chief minister.
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