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Who won Tamil Nadu elections 2016?
Jayalalithaa won the elections and became the first ruling party to be re-elected in Tamil Nadu since 1984, though with a simple majority.
What Election is going on in Tamil Nadu in 2022?
The Greater Chennai Corporation, alongside 20 other municipal corporations of Tamil Nadu, went to polling on 19 February 2022 to elect councillors to represent the wards in the respective cities; the elected councillors will choose a mayor from amongst themselves.
Who won the election in Tamil Nadu 2021?
The NDA won 75 seats, out of which 66 were of the AIADMK. The DMK formed the Government of Tamil Nadu for the sixth time. Stalin and his council of ministers were sworn in on 7 May 2021….2021 Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly election.
|M. K. Stalin
|Edappadi K. Palaniswami
How many elections are there in Tamil Nadu?
The state has conducted 15 assembly elections and 16 Lok Sabha elections since independence.
When was the last election held in Tamil Nadu?
The Fifteenth Legislative Assembly Election was held on 16 May 2016 for the 232 seats (except Thanjavur and Aravakurichi for which held on 26 October 2016) of the Legislative Assembly in the state of Tamil Nadu in India.
How many voters are there in Tamilnadu?
There were over 5.79 crore voters in the electoral rolls and 65,616 polling stations in Tamil Nadu. A special purification drive of electoral rolls between 15 and 29 February 2016 in all poll-bound States including Tamil Nadu was held, in which door-to-door verification was undertaken involving booth-level agents.
How was the 2016 election purification drive conducted in Tamil Nadu?
A special purification drive of electoral rolls between 15 and 29 February 2016 in all poll-bound States including Tamil Nadu was held, in which door-to-door verification was undertaken involving booth-level agents.
When was the Saravanan election held in Tamil Nadu?
On 26 October 2016, the Election Commission announced that the election for Thiruparankundram, Aravakurichi and Thanjavur constituencies would be held on 19 November 2016. The outcome was: Saravanan .