Neyveli (State Assembly Constituency)

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Neyveli
Neyveli assembly constituency
Current MLA Saba Rajendran
Party DMK
Elected Year 2016
State TAMILNADU
Total Electorates 202587
Assembly Constituency Cuddalore

Neyveli is a state assembly constituency in Tamil Nadu, India newly formed after constituency delimitations 2008.[1] It is included in the Cuddalore parliamentary constituency.

Year Winner Party
2011 M. P. S. Sivasubramaniyan Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
2016 Saba Rajendran Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam

Electorte[edit]

As on 29/04/2016, Neyveli assembly constituency has 2,02,587 electorates and it has 226 No.of polling stations in Neyveli assembly constituency

Election Male Female Others Total
2011 83277 78530 0 161807
2016 102262 100317 8 202587

Poll Percentage[edit]

Assembly Election poll percentage

Election No Constituency % of polling
2011 153 Neyveli 81.93
2016 153 Neyveli 80.58

Election Details[edit]

MLA's from Neyveli assembly constituency

Year Candidate Name Party Votes Margin
2011 Winner M.P.S.SIVASUBRAMANIYAN AIADMK 69549 8118
Runner T.VELMURUGAN PMK 61431
2016 Winner SABA.RAJENDRAN DMK 54299 17,791
Runner RAJASEKAR R AIADMK 36508
2011 Assembly Election
Total Electors 161807
Candidate Party Total votes
1 M. Karpagam Bharatiya Janata Party 1406
2 M.P.S. Sivasubramaniyan All India Annadravida Munnetra Kazhagam 69549
3 T Velmurugan Pattali Makkal Katchi 61431
4 S. Elangovan Lock Jan Shakti Party 576
5 P. Kumar India Jananayaka Katchi 971
6 P. Chandra Socialist Unity Centre of India

(Communist)

478
7 P. Lilly Lok Satta Party 1232
8 V.K. Kumaraguru Independent 441
9 S. Pandian Independent 1273
137357

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New Constituencies, Post-Delimitation 2008" (PDF). Chief Electoral Officer, Tamil Nadu.