Tamil Nadu Election Results 2021 Updates: DMK Alliance Leading In 155 Seats, AIADMK+ In 78 - SARKARI JOB INDIAN

Tamil Nadu Election Results 2021 Updates: DMK Alliance Leading In 155 Seats, AIADMK+ In 78

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Tamil Nadu Election Results 2021 Updates: DMK Alliance Leading In 155 Seats, AIADMK+ In 78

Tamil Nadu election results: Celebrations have begun at the DMK headquarters

New Delhi: The opposition DMK-Congress alliance is heading for a big win in the 234-member Tamil Nadu assembly. The DMK and its allies are leading in 140-plus seats. The ruling AIADMK – which started the day with a lead on 95 seats — is now leading in 80-plus seats. The majority mark stands at 118.  The DMK has not been in power in the state for a decade, and this time the party and the AIADMK are contesting without their towering leaders, J Jayalalithaa and M Karunanidhi whose deaths have brought a huge change in the political landscape.

MK Stalin is leading from Kolathur, his son Udayanidhi Stalin is leading from Chepauk and Kamal Haasan is trailing in Coimbatore south.

Mr Stalin, who is set to become the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time, thanked the people for voting his party to power and assured them that he would truthfully work for them.

Mr Stalin expressed his ”heartfelt thanks” to all the people of the state for mandating his party to govern Tamil Nadu for the sixth time. Congratulatory messages from several politicians poured in for the DMK chief.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Mr Stalin on his victory.

“Congratulations to Thiru MK Stalin and DMK for the victory in the Tamil Nadu assembly elections. We shall work together for enhancing national progress, fulfilling regional aspirations and defeating the COVID-19 pandemic,” PM Modi tweeted.

Elections 2021 were held in the 234 assembly constituencies of Tamil Nadu in a single phase on April 6. The ruling AIADMK contested 191 seats, with 23 given to the PMK and only 20 for the BJP. The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) contested 188 and its ally, the Congress, 25, with the rest going to minor allies.

Kamal Haasan’s Makkal Needhi Maiam contested 142 seats, with 85 divided between a handful of allies and the AMMK of TTV Dhinakaran, who is the nephew of expelled AIADMK chief Sasikala. The AMMK contested 165 and left 60 to the DMDK, with the rest going to smaller allies.

Nearly 4,000 candidates contested the polls including Chief Minister E Palaniswami, Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, DMK President MK Stalin, his son and party youth wing secretary Udhayanidhi Stalin, AIADMK’s key rival TTV Dhinakaran and Kamal Haasan.

In the 2016 election, the AIADMK won 134 seats, the DMK got 89, and the Congress eight. Though this was AIADMK’s second straight victory, the party lost its chief J Jayalalithaa months after she occupied the chair for the fifth time.

The opposition DMK, which last ruled between 2006 and 2011, now sees a chance to replace the AIADMK in the state where the two parties have ruled every five years in the recent decades.

In Tamil Nadu, there are 75 counting centres spread across the state and all arrangements are in place to smoothly conduct the exercise, authorities said.

Here are the Updates for results of the Tamil Nadu assembly elections 2021:

DMK Beats AIADMK, Wins Tamil Nadu Polls After 10-Year HiatusAfter a decade in opposition, the DMK won a convincing victory over arch-rival AIADMK in Tamil Nadu and the ruling party managed to emerge as a formidable opposition, overcoming the burden of ten year anti-incumbency to an extent.

MK Stalin, the 68-year-old DMK president, is all set to become the Chief Minister for the first time. During his party’s previous tenure, he has been the Deputy Chief Minister and Local Administration Minister as well.

As counting of votes polled in the April 6 TN Assembly election progressed on Sunday, it became amply clear that the DMK was dislodging the AIADMK from the seat of power.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked Tamil Nadu people who voted for the National Democratic Alliance and said his party would continue to work for state’s welfare and nurturing Tamil culture.

Kamal Hassan Congratulates MK Stalin For Victory In Tamil Nadu Polls

Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) chief Kamal Haasan on Sunday congratulated DMK chief MK Stalin for the victory in Tamil Nadu Assembly polls.

“Heartfelt congratulations to the big success MK Stalin. You are taking charge as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu in this time of crisis. My congratulations to perform well and taking Tamil Nadu on the path of development,” Mr Haasan tweeted.

Kamal Hassan, the actor-turned-politician who was contesting from the Coimbatore (South) constituency, lost the seat in a close fight with the Bharatiya Janata Party’s Vanathi Srinivasan. The BJP candidate won with a margin of 1,540 votes. The DMK-led alliance scored an emphatic win in Tamil Nadu in the state assembly polls.

According to the latest trends from the Election Commission, DMK has already won 81 seats and is leading on 51 in the 234-member assembly

Swearing-In Ceremony Will Be Simple, Says DMK Chief MK Stalin

Considering the COVID-19 pandemic, the swearing in ceremony of the new government led by his party would be simple, DMK president MK Stalin said in Chennai on Sunday.

Mr Stalin, who spoke to reporters after paying floral tributes in the mausoleum of his father and late party patriarch “Kalaignar” M Karunanidhi at the Marina beach said the date of the swearing-in ceremony would be made known soon.

The date and timing of the ceremeony, likely in Raj Bhavan would be simple and it shall be announced Monday night or on Tuesday, he told reporters.

The DMK’s work would make people who voted for the combine led by it happy and also shall make others who did not favour it to ponder as to why “we did not vote for the DMK and its allies,” he said.

Mr Stalin vowed to take immediate efforts to implement his party’s electoral promises in a phased manner and also the DMK’s 10-year vision document, news agency PTI reported.

Tamil Nadu election results today: Wins right now

Source: Election Commission

Tamil Nadu election results LIVE: Wins so far

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Tamil Nadu Assembly elections LIVE: PM Modi thanks Tamil Nadu for support
I would like to thank the people of Tamil Nadu who supported NDA. I assure the people of Tamil Nadu that we will keep working towards the state’s welfare and to further popularise the glorious Tamil culture. I applaud our Karyakartas for their hardwork – PM Modi thanks Tamil Nadu for supporting NDA

PM Modi congratulates MK Stalin, DMK on victory in Tamil Nadu

Congratulations to Thiru MK Stalin and DMK for the victory in the Tamil Nadu assembly elections. We shall work together for enhancing national progress, fulfilling regional aspirations and defeating the COVID-19 pandemic: PM Modi congratulats MK Stalin

Tamil Nadu election results Live: Rahul Gandhi congratulated MK Stalin on his victory

“Congratulations to Shri MK Stalin for the victory. People of Tamil Nadu have voted for change and we will, under your leadership, prove to be a confident step in that direction. Best wishes,” Rahul Gandhi congratulated MK Stalin.

Tamil Nadu Assembly elections Results LIVE: MK Stalin’s message of thanks to Tamil Nadu people

DMK president M K Stalin, who is set to become the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time, on Sunday thanked the people for voting his party to power and assured them that he would truthfully work for them.

Mr Stalin expressed his ”heartfelt thanks” to all the people of the state for mandating his party to govern Tamil Nadu for the sixth time.

According to the Election Commission data at 6.30 pm, DMK was leading in 122 segments of the total 234 in the state and won two seats, which is inclusive of its allies who fought on the party’s rising sun symbol.

The AIADMK was leading in 74 and won two seats. DMK’s allies Congress was leading in 17, the CPI and CPI(M) two each and Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi three.

In the past, the DMK had been the ruling party five times, during 2006-11, 1996-2001, 1989-91, 1971-76 and 1967- 71.

The people have given their massive support realising that their well-being would be protected if DMK was voted to power, he said in a statement.

The victory was a commendation for over 50 years of his party’s committed work for the people and state. Also, it was in recognition of everyday hardwork of partymen to fulfill

the dream of bringing the party to power, he said.

Though they worked to get on to the saddle of power during the lifetime of party patriarch ”Kalaignar” (late M Karunanidhi) it did not happen, but they continued to chase that dream.

“I will be truthful to you, I will work for you, my thoughts and deeds would be for the people of this state,” he said. He thanked his party workers, cadres and leaders of alliance parties and all those who greeted him.

Tamil Nadu election results: Case filed in Chennai for bursting crackers, Inspector suspended
One FIR has been filed in Tenyampet police station in T-Nagar district, Greater Chennai against cadres of a political party who had burst crackers near their party headquarters. The inspector of Teynampet PS has been placed under suspension for dereliction of duty, news agency ANI quotes Election Commission

Tamil Nadu election results Live: MK Stalin congratulates Mamata Banerjee

I congratulate Mamata Banerjee on her re-election as Chief Minister of West Bengal. At a time of COVID-19 wave, I have no doubt that Didi will ensure safety of citizens and lead her state to growth and prosperity. On behalf of DMK, I wish Didi another successful tenure: MK Stalin tweeted.

Tamil Nadu election results Live: MK Stalin congratulates Pinarayi Vijayan

On behalf of DMK, I congratulate Comrade Pinarayi Vijayan for leading his party to victory in the Kerala State Elections. His measured and decisive leadership has been instrumental in helping Kerala achieve great heights and I wish him another very successful tenure: MK Stalin tweeted.

Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections 2021: MK Stalin thanks Tejashwi Yadav for his wish

“Thank you Tejashwi Yadav for your wishes. I will strive to usher in progressive measures and also empower the backward and downtrodden,” MK Stalin responded to Tejashwi Yadav’s congratulatory message.

Tamil Nadu election results LIVE: MK Stalin thanks people of Tamil Nadu

“My heartfelt thanks to the hearts of everyone in Tamil Nadu who have ordered the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam to rule for the sixth time,” MK Stalin says, tweets DMK.

Mr Stalin says he would be truthful to the people, work for them and added that his thoughts and deeds are for people only. He also thanked DMK cadres, allies and national leaders

“Ours would be an inclusive government. I would protect this as a reward for our 50-year work. I regard this as a recognition of our work,” MK Stalin said.

Tamil Nadu election results LIVE: Nirmala Sitharaman congratulates MK Stalin, DMK

Good wishes and congratulations MK Stalin on your success in the Assembly election in Tamil Nadu. Wishing you and DMK a good tenure in the service of the people.

Tamil Nadu election results LIVE: The MK Stalin effect
68-year-old MK Stalin contested as the chief ministerial candidate for the first time during these polls. He was elected unopposed as the DMK chief in August 2018, after the death of his father, a post that his father M Karunanidhi held for 49 years. That didn’t come as a surprise to anyone, as during his lifetime, M Karunanidhi, on multiple occasions made his preference for his successor abundantly clear and systematically groomed him for the job.

These Assembly polls were seen as a real test of MK Stalin’s leadership, despite DMK registering a sweeping victory on 38 out of 39 seats in 2019 parliamentary elections under his guidance. However, that win was hugely credited to an anti-AIADMK-BJP wave following J Jayalalithaa’s death in 2016.

Known as a tireless worker, MK Stalin began his political journey during the 1967 Assemble elections in Madras state by campaigning for his father”s party when he was a lad of 14.

However, during his early political career, MK Stalin was not considered a serious politician. Things changed when he was jailed for six months during Emergency under the Maintenance of Internal Security Act (MISA).

At the rally in Perambalur on April 2, challenging his rivals and asserting his might, DMK chief had said, “This Stalin has faced Maintenance of Internal Security Act…. emergency. They think they can scare us with the raids, this may happen with AIADMK but this will not happen with DMK. You should not forget that people will reply to your act on April 6.”

Mr Stalin holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the Presidency College in Chennai. He is credited for forming the youth wing of DMK and headed it for more than four decades. He became the first directly elected mayor of Chennai from 1996 to 2001. He was also elected legislator from the Thousand Lights constituency in Chennai in 1989, 1996, 2001 and 2006. In 2011, he was elected to the Assembly from the Kolathur constituency in Chennai.

He served as the Local Administration and Rural Development Minister in his father Karunanidhi’s Cabinet from 2006 to 2011. He also held the charge of Deputy Chief Minister from 2009-2011. In 2016 he again won the Assembly election from the Kolathur constituency and held the charge of the leader of opposition in the Tamil Nadu assembly.

(ANI)

Tamil Nadu Poll Results Today LIVE: Sharad Yadav congratulates MK Stalin

Heartiest congratulations to MK Stalin on his resounding victory heading towards comfortable majority in the assembly elections of Tamil Nadu, Loktantrik Janata Dal chief Sharad Yadav tweeted.

Tamil Nadu election results LIVE: Rajnath Singh congratulates MK Stalin

Congratulations to DMK leader, Thiru MK Stalin on his party’s victory in Tamil Nadu assembly elections. I extend my best wishes to him, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh tweeted.

Tamil Nadu election results LIVE today: MK Stalin, son Udhayanidhi all smiles as DMK inches away from victory

MK Stalin, Udhayanidhi Stalin hold a brick with AIIMS on it, possibly for the Covid crisis, in a photo shared by Udhayanidhi Stalin.

Tamil Nadu Election Results Live Updates: Tejashwi Yadav congratulates MK Stalin

Congratulations to MK Stalin ji and the dedicated DMK & alliance workers for this resounding victory. TN people are desperately waiting for progressive pro-people policies under your able leadership: Tejashwi Yadav

Tamil Nadu Assembly Polls Results 2021: MK Stalin on DMK cadres celebrating victory
“Avoid victory celebrations”: DMK chief MK Stalin to party workers as DMK leads 119 Assembly constituencies in Tamil Nadu, as per Election Commission trends.
Tamil Nadu Election Assembly Election Results 2021: Omar Abdullah congratulates MK Stalin

“Warmest congratulations to MK Stalin ji for leading the DMK & allies to victory in Tamil Nadu. The people of Tamil Nadu will benefit greatly from your leadership over the next five years,” Omar Abdullah tweeted.

Tamil Nadu Election Results Live Updates: Election Commission on slow counting
Counting has not slowed down, due to heavy load the server has slowed down. Counting is continuing in the constituencies without any let-up: Election Commission of India

Tamil Nadu elections: Poll Strategist Prashant Kishor Congratulates MK Stalin On Win, Quits Strategy

“I am happy that we could help Didi and MK Stalin, and now that I-PAC is on a firm footing, I will leave it to the team and colleagues, and maybe I will go now to Assam and do some tea gardening. I am very serious that I am quitting and there is absolutely no doubt about it,” Election Strategist Prashant Kishor on DMK, TMC wins and quitting the space.

Tamil Nadu election results news: Arvind Kejriwal congratulates MK Stalin
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal congratulated MK Stalin on his victory

Tamil Nadu election results today: What MK Stalin told celebrating cadres

A new chapter in DMK history set to start says MK Stalin. He asked DMK agents to carefully monitor counting, to not leave the centres till victory certificate is obtained. Mr Stalin has also appealed to cadre to avoid bursting crackers adding that let’s protect ourselves and protect the country.

“Those in charge at the counting centers should be vigilantly monitored. Do not come out until the full vote count is over. Contact the leadership if there is a delay in issuing the certificate of success,” Mr Stalin tweeted in Tamil.

Tamil Nadu election results today: Who is winning, who is trailing

A key pointer in the trends available so far is that the AIADMK continued as a force to be reckoned with despite the burden of a 10-year anti-incumbency.

Various exit polls had predicted a landslide for the DMK and together with its allies, upto a maximum of 200 seats.

In the DMK front, the Congress is leading in 12 segments, Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi in three, and the two Left parties together in four seats.

AIADMK’s allies the PMK and BJP are ahead in 10 and four segments resepectively.

Top two AIADMK leaders, Chief Minister K Palaniswami and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam are leading in their respective home segments of Edappadi (Salem district)

and Bodinayakanur (Theni).

Leader of opposition and DMK president M K Stalin was ahead in Kolathur constituency here and his son and party youth wing secretary Udhayanidhi Stalin in Chepauk-Triplicane segment.

In Coimbatore South, the fight is neck and neck between Makkal Needhi Maiam chief Kamal Haasan and Congress party’s Mayura Jayakumar while BJP”s Vanathi Srinivasan is in third

spot currently.

The fortunes of Haasan and Jayakumar kept swinging as votes were taken up for counting from various areas and the MNM chief is leading by a thin margin of 534 votes at the end of the third round.

The counting exercise is estimated to be completed after anywhere between a minimum of 13 and a maximum of 43 rounds -depending upon votes polled in each segment- in each of the 234 Assembly segments.

DMK’s key leaders M R K Panneerselvam (Kurinjipadi) and Duraimurugan (Katpadi) were trailing, while AIADMK’s expelled leader and Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam chief TTV

Dhinakaran was behind his rival, AIADMK leader and Minister Kadambur C Raju in Kovilpatti.

Ministers leading as of now include S P Velumani, C Vijayabaskar and Udumalaipettai K Radhakrishnan. Ministers including D Jayakumar, K Pandiarajan, P Benjamin, K T Rajendthra Bhalaji, Vellamandi N Natarajan and C V Shanmugam were trailing.

Tamil Nadu election results today: DMK leader asks cadres to celebrate from home

The cadres are simply jubilant. Our leader’s advice to the cadres is that let them celebrate from their homes as Election Commission is taking serious note of any violation. We are a responsible political party: TKS Elangovan, DMK, in Chennai

Tamil Nadu election results: NCP chief Sharad Pawar congratulates MK Stalin
NCP chief Sharad Pawar congratulated MK Stalin on his predicted win in tweet.

Election Commission orders FIR over celebratory congregations in anticipation of poll victory
With the counting of votes underway, the Election Commission Sunday said it has taken a stern view of reports of congregation of people to celebrate anticipated victory, and has asked the chief secretaries concerned to file an FIR in each case and suspend the police station in charge where such gatherings happen.

Responding to queries about reports of celebratory gatherings by supporters of political parties, an EC spokesperson said the poll panel has taken a serious note of some reports of congregations of people to celebrate anticipated victory.

“The ECI has directed CS (chief secretaries) of all five states to file FIR in each such case, suspend the SHO of the concerned police station and report action taken immediately of each such incidence,” the spokesperson said.

The EC had recently banned victory processions on the counting day to curb the spread of coronavirus.

The counting of votes for the assembly polls in Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and the Union Territory of Puducherry is underway at a time the country is grappling with a raging Covid-19 pandemic.

The counting process began at 8 am.

(PTI)

Tamil Nadu Poll Results: Who is leading, who is trailing
AIADMK’s V Ramu leading from Katpadi, DMK’s Durai Murugan trailing.

Tamil Nadu elections – File Cases Against Those Celebrated During Vote Counting: Poll Body

The Election Commission has taken serious note of some reports coming in of congregation(s) of people to celebrate anticipated victory. ECI has directed all five states to file FIR in each such case, suspend SHO of the police stations and report action taken immediately of each such incidence.

Tamil Nadu elections: AIADMK’s Apsara Reddy on alliance with the BJP
“It was a very sensible decision for us to align with the BJP because an alliance for our govt with that of the Centre made sense to us. We have been tough with the central leadership and stood our ground whenever we had to. We communicated clearly about our stand and put forward our concerns whenever needed.”

Tamil Nadu election results today: What experts say
EK Palaniswami’s political stature has definitely grown in Tamil Nadu. But AIADMK has been in power for 10 years. At the same time, MK Stalin’s stature has also grown.N Ram, senior journalist

Tamil Nadu election results: DMK’s Manu Sundaram on big lead

“This has been an unprecedented election because of the pandemic. We are watching closely and frankly expected to perform better than what we are seeing so far. We hope the numbers rise further as counting of votes continue. Though we have the overall lead at the moment, we were hoping to do much better.

The people saw this election as a choice between the BJP and BJP-controlled alliances and that of the DMK, which stands to oppose the BJP and its ideology. We have been working hard for last few years to ensure that we stand against the BJP and its partners.”

Tamil Nadu election results today: What political analysts say
Firstly, congratulations to the DMK, their moment under the sun has arrived. But that being said, the vote in Tamil Nadu is neither for the DMK, nor against the AIADMK. See, in 2016, the ADMK fought under Jayalalithaa’s leadership and Amma DMK, but this time the AIADMK is contesting in an alliance with BJP and others and has even shared seats in the agreement. And that is what has not worked for them. If we notice the leads, we will see that the number of seats that the AIADMK is down is exactly the same as the number of seats they have allocated to their alliance partners.– Kasthuri, actor and political analyst

Assembly Election Results 2021: Trends predict big wins for TMC in Bengal, DMK in Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu results: DMK supporters celebrate outside party headquarters in Chennai

Tamil Nadu election results today: Political analyst Kasthuri on Tamil Nadu leads

Tamil Nadu Results: DMK workers celebrate leads, NDTV reports

Tamil Nadu Poll Results: AIADMK’s C Sreenivasan leads in Dindigul

Senior AIADMK leader C Sreenivasan leads while AMMK leader TTV Dhinakaran trails.

Tamil Nadu Election Results: DMK members, supporters celebrate leads despite poll body ban
Despite a ban on victory processions imposed by the Election Commission (EC) in the wake of rising COVID-19 cases in the country, DMK workers and supporters were seen celebrating in large numbers outside Anna Arivalayam, the party headquarters here, as official trends show the party leading.

In the wake of inconceivable gush in the number of COVID-19 cases, the Election Commission had earlier banned all victory processions on or after the day of the counting of votes.

The order copy by the Election Commission read, “In view of the surge in COVID 19 cases throughout the country, the Commission has decided to make more stringent provision to be followed during the process of Counting, in addition to exiting Broad Guidelines dated 21st August, 2020 and has directed that no victory procession after the counting on 2.5.2021 shall be permissible.”

It further stated that not more than two persons shall be allowed to accompany the winning candidate or his/her authorised representative to receive the certificate of election from the Returning Officer concerned.

(ANI)

Tamil Nadu Assembly Election Results: DMK members, supporters celebrate leads
Celebrations outside DMK headquarters as party leads in Tamil Nadu polls.

Tamil Nadu Election Results 2021: DMK’s Udhayanidhi Stalin leading from Chepauk-Thiruvallikeni

DMK’s Udhayanidhi Stalin leading from Chepauk-Thiruvallikeni constituency.

As the counting of votes for the single-phased Tamil Nadu Assembly elections is underway, early trends show Makkal Needhi Maiam chief Kamal Haasan leading from Coimbatore (South) constituency.

Mr Haasan who reached the counting Centre at GCT college campus today, is leading against Congress candidate Mayura Jayakumar.

Tamil Nadu Results: DMK+ leading in 136 seats
Tamil Nadu Polls: DMK in celebration mode as leads favour party

DMK posters at the party headquarters say it would be SUNday everyday.

The symbol for the party is the rising sun.

Tamil Nadu election results now: Who is leading, who is traling
Top AIADMK leaders, Chief Minister K Palaniswami was comforably leading in his home segment of Edappadi in Salem district, while Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam is
trailing his main rival, DMK’s Thanga Tamilselvan, a former party colleague, by a thin margin.

Leader of opposition and DMK president M K Stalin was ahead in Kolathur constituency here and his son and party youth wing secretary Udhayanidhi Stalin continued to be ahead in Chepauk-Triplicane segment.

In Coimbatore South, the fight is neck and neck between Makkal Needhi Maiam chief Kamal Haasan and Congress party’s Mayura Jayakumar while BJP’s Vanathi Srinivasan is in third
spot currently.

The fortunes of Mr Haasan and Mr Jayakumar kept swinging as votes were taken up for counting from various areas and currently, Mr Haasan is leading.

DMK’s key leaders M R K Panneerselvam (Kurinjipadi) and Duraimurugan (Katpadi) were trailing, while AIADM”s expelled leader and Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam chief TTV Dhinakaran was behind his rival, AIADMK leader and Minister Kadambur C Raju in Kovilpatti.

Ministers leading as of now are S P Velumani, Sellur Raju, M C Sampath, M R Vijayabaskar, C Vijayabaskar and Udumalaipettai K Radhakrishnan.

Ministers including D Jayakumar, K Pandiarajan, P Benjamin, K T Rajendthra Bhalaji, Vellamandi N Natarajan and C V Shanmugam were trailing.

(PTI)

Tamil Nadu poll results: DMK leader TKS Elangovan to NDTV on current trends

“We are sure to win. Counting is still going on and we are confident that we will get more than 180. The AIADMK will not even get past 40. MK Stalin has been campaigning against the BJP and its alliance partners and was the only alternative for the people of Tamil Nadu.

MK Stalin had said that the victory will be celebrated from home due to the Covid situation in the country, and we will perhaps hold a oath taking ceremony keeping that in mind. The final decision will be taken by MK Stain after the final result be be declared. We should be able to form the government within a week or so, since there is a formal procedure which is followed. First all the MLAs will get their winning certificates, then the incumbents will resign, then the Governor will call the largest party to form the government, and after that we will do the needful.

Who will be Deputy Chief Minister or hold other ministries in the cabinet is something that the party high command will decide. I cannot discuss cabinet decisions at the moment.

We are happy with the trends so far and are confident of a big win.”

Tamil Nadu election results: Kamal Haasan leading from Coimbatore (South)

Makkal Needhi Maiam chief Kamal Haasan leading from Coimbatore (South) constituency.

Tamil Nadu Poll results: Official trends for by-election to Kanyakumari

Congress leading in Kanyakumari.

Tamil Nadu election results: DMK crosses halfway-mark, leading in 122 seats

BREAKING: DMK has crossed the halfway-mark in Tamil Nadu, taking the lead in 122 seats, as counting of votes for the assembly elections 2021 began today along with four states that went to polls this year. AIADMK is trailing in 95 seats.

Will Definitely “Retain Power” In Tamil Nadu: AIADMK Leader Apsara Reddy
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) leader Apsara Reddy says she is confident that her party will retain power in Tamil Nadu, as counting of votes for the assembly election began today. She said it was a very sensible decision for the AIADMK to align with the BJP for the elections.
Tamil Nadu election results: Udhayanidhi Stalin arrives at Queen Mary’s College

DMK candidate from Chepauk assembly constituency, Udhayanidhi Stalin arrives at Queen Mary’s College in Chennai where counting of votes for Tamil Nadu Assembly Polls is underway.

Tamil Nadu Assembly Polls Results: DMK leads in 107 seats

DMK leading in 107 seats, AIADMK at 86.

Tamil Nadu elections: Kamal Haasan reaches Coimbatore

Actor-turned-Politician Kamal Haasan arrives in Coimbatore. He is leading in Coimbatore South.

Tamil Nadu election results: EPS leading in Edappadi, MK Stalin trailing in Kolathur

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami is leading in Edappadi, while DMK Chief MK Stalin is trailing in Kolathur. Actor-turned-Politician Kamal Haasan leading in Coimbatore South.

Tamil Nadu election results today: See which party leading where

Indications show that the DMK was ahead in constituencies including Kurinjipadi, Neyveli, Virudhachalam. BJP’s state unit chief L Murugan was ahead in Dharapuram and AIADMK leaders and state Ministers K C Veeramani and Benjamin were ahead in Jolarpet and Maduravoyal.

(PTI)

Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections: DMK Ahead in 74 seats

DMK takes the lead in 74 seats, AIADMK at 59, AMMK ahead in two seats, MNM in one.

Tamil Nadu poll results: DMK Leading In 65 Seats

DMK has the edge over AIADMK with 65 leads.

Tamil Nadu Election Results 2021: DMK Leading In 33 Seats

DMK is leading in 32 seats, AIADMK in 30, AMMK in 1 in Tamil Nadu at 9am.



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