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Kerala Election 2022: Vattiyoorkavu Assembly Seat

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Kerala Election: Vattiyoorkavu Assembly Constituency 2022

Vattiyoorkavu is the assembly constituency which comes under the Thiruvananthapuram district. It is one of the 140 Kerala Legislative Assembly Constituencies . Kerala Assembly Election 2021 for Vattiyoorkavu was held on April 6 and the results was declared on May 2.

In Kerala Assembly Election 2016, there were 1,94,344 registered voters for Vattiyoorkavu assembly seat, out of which 92,734 were male and 1,01,610 were female voters. 0.4% of voters opted for for the None of the Above (NOTA) option.

What happened last time

In the Kerala Legislative Assembly Election 2016, Vattiyoorkavu constituency had 9 candidates for assembly seat contention. Vattiyoorkavu was one of 22 seats won by the Bharatiya Janta Party. Indian National Congress's K Muraleedharan won the election by upstaging Bharatiya Janta Party's Kummanam Rajasekharan by a margin of 7,622 votes.

99.4% of the total votes were casted to top three candidates. Indian National Congress's K Muraleedharan grabbed a total of 51,322 votes, while Bharatiya Janta Party's Kummanam Rajasekharan got 43,700 votes. Communist Party Of India (Marxist)'s candidate Dr. T.N.Seema bagged 40,441 votes to finish at the third place. The top three parties registered 37.7%, 32.1% and 29.7% respectively.

In Kerala Assembly election 2011, Indian National Congress's K.Muralidharan beat independent candidate Cheriyan Philip by 16,167 votes.

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