Kuttanad (State Assembly constituency)

Kuttanad State assembly constituency (Malayalam: ക‍ുട്ടനാട് നിയമസഭാ നിയോജക മണ്ഡലം) is one of the 140 state legislative assembly constituencies at the state Kerala in southern India. It is also one of the 7 state legislative assembly constituencies included in the Mavelikara Lok Sabha constituency.[1]

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Kuttanad
ക‍ുട്ടനാട്
Constituency for the Kerala Niyamasabha
Muttar village.jpg
The Muttar village in the Kuttanad (State Assembly constituency).
Existence1965 - present
ReservationNone
Electorate1,65,172 (2016)
Current MLAVacant
DistrictAlappuzha
Local Self Governed SegmentsChampakulam, Edathua, Kainakary, Kavalam, Muttar, Nedumudi, Neelamperoor, Pulinkunnoo, Ramankary, Thakazhy, Thalavady, Veliyanad, Veeyapuram

Local self governed segmentsEdit

Sl no. Name Status (Grama panchayat/Municipality) Taluk
1 Champakulam Grama panchayat Kuttanad
2 Edathua Grama panchayat Kuttanad
3 Kainakary Grama panchayat Kuttanad
4 Kavalam Grama panchayat Kuttanad
5 Muttar Grama panchayat Kuttanad
6 Nedumudi Grama panchayat Kuttanad
7 Neelamperoor Grama panchayat Kuttanad
8 Pulinkunnoo Grama panchayat Kuttanad
9 Ramankary Grama panchayat Kuttanad
10 Thakazhy Grama panchayat Kuttanad
11 Thalavady Grama panchayat Kuttanad
12 Veliyanad Grama panchayat Kuttanad
13 Veeyapuram Grama panchayat Karthikappally

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Members of Legislative AssemblyEdit

Key

 NCP    DIC    Independent    Socialist    KEC    KC(J)  

Election Niyama
Sabha
Member Party Tenure
1967 3rd K. K. K. Pillai Ind. 1967 – 1970
1970 4th Oommen Thalavady SP 1970 – 1977
1977 5th Eapen Kandakudy KEC 1977 – 1980
1980 6th Oommen Mathew KC(J) 1980 – 1982
1982 7th K. C. Joseph 1982 – 1987
1987 8th KEC 1987 – 1991
1991 9th 1991 – 1996
1996 10th 1996 – 2001
2001 11th 2001 – 2006
2006 12th Thomas Chandy DIC 2006 – 2011
2011 13th NCP 2011 – 2016
2016 14th 2016 - 2019[a]
  1. ^ Bypolls to the vacancy caused by MLA's death stands cancelled as per ECI.

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Brief election historyEdit

Election Votes polled Winner Runner-up 1 Runner-up 2 Margin of victory
Year Name Party Votes Name Party Votes Name Party Votes Votes Percent
2016 130082 (78.76%) Thomas Chandy   NCP 50114 38.52% Jacob Abraham   KC(M) 45223 34.76% Subash Vasu   BDJS 33044 25.40% 4891 3.76%[4]
2011 118110 (78.63%) Thomas Chandy   NCP 60010 50.81% K. C. Joseph   KC(M) 52039 44.06% K. Soman   BJP 4395 3.72% 7971 6.75%[5]
Major delimitation of constituency
2006 83460 (75.16%) Thomas Chandy   DIC 42109 50.45% K. C. Joseph   KEC 36728 44.01% Thomas   Ind. 1553 1.86% 5381 6.44%[6]
2001 84639 (71.02%) K. C. Joseph   KEC 44534 52.62% Oommen Mathew   KEC(J) 34144 40.34% A. K. Chacko   BJP 4243 5.01% 10390 12.28%[7]
1996 87889 (73.10%) K. C. Joseph   KEC 44532 50.67% J. Joseph   INC 40447 46.02% G. Mohandas   BJP 2602 2.96% 4085 4.65%[8]
1991 86408 (73.07%) K. C. Joseph   KEC 45669 52.85% P. D. Luke   KC(M) 36673 42.44% S. Radhakrishnan   BJP 3107 3.60% 8996 10.41%[9]
1987 85551 (84.41%) K. C. Joseph   KEC 41096 48.04% M. M. Anthony   CPI(M) 37833 44.22% V. S. Vijayakumar   BJP 5462 6.38% 3263 3.82%[10]
1982 71356 (80.69%) K. C. Joseph   KC(J) 37172 52.09% G. Suchakaran Nair   CPI(M) 34184 47.91% Only two candidates contested 2988 4.18%[11]
1980 70772 (78.09%) Oommen Mathew   KC(J) 37346 52.77% K. P. Joseph   CPI(M) 33256 46.99% Mathew J. Pallithanam   Ind. 170 0.24% 4090 5.78%[12]
1977 64686 (83.23%) Eapen Kandakudy   KEC 34161 52.81% K. P. Joseph   CPI(M) 27014 41.76% K. Ravu   Ind. 3054 4.72% 7147 11.05%[13]
Major delimitation of constituency
1970 57606 (77.67%) Oommen Thalavady   SP 27372 47.52% Thomas John   KEC 21866 37.96% P. N. Padmanabhan   RSP 7743 13.44% 5506 9.56%[14]
1967 48938 (79.15%) K. K. K. Pillai   Ind. 23797 48.63% T. John   KEC 16633 33.93% M. C. Joseph   INC 8508 17.39% 7164 14.70%[15]
1965 49124 (76.46%) Thomas John   KEC 25319 51.54% V. Z. Job   INC 15067 30.67% Sonney Sebastian   Ind. 7684 15.64% 10252 20.87%[16]

Detailed election resultsEdit

Percentage change (±%) denotes the change in the number of votes from the immediate previous election.

Niyama Sabha Election 2016Edit

There were 1,65,172 eligible voters in Kuttanad Constituency for the 2016 Kerala Niyama Sabha Election.[17]

Partywise ResultsEdit

2016 Kerala Legislative Assembly election : Kuttanad
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NCP Thomas Chandy 50,114 38.52 -12.29
KC(M) Jacob Abraham 45,223 34.76 -9.30
BDJS Subash Vasu 33,044 25.40 +25.40
SUCI(C) Nandanan Valiyaparambu 371 0.29 -0.03
BSP Sunny Pathinaril 354 0.27 -0.32
NOTA None of the above 346 0.27 +0.27
Independent Jose Koippally 263 0.20  –
Independent Jacob Abraham Panavelil 262 0.20  –
Independent Mohanan 105 0.08  –
Margin of victory 4,891 3.76 -2.99
Turnout 1,30,082 78.76 +0.13
NCP hold Swing -12.29

Local Self Governed segment wise Results 2016Edit

The Local Self Governed segment wise result of 2016 Niyamasabha election is as follows:[18][19]

No. Segment Valid votes Lead Alliance Margin of lead
UDF Votes LDF Votes NDA Votes
1 Kainakary 11966 3406 28.46% 5516 46.10% 2899 24.23% Thomas Chandy LDF 2110 17.64%
2 Kavalam 8894 2276 25.59% 3658 41.13% 2803 31.52% Thomas Chandy LDF 855 9.61%
3 Neelamperoor 8694 2450 28.18% 3259 37.49% 2855 32.84% Thomas Chandy LDF 404 4.65%
4 Veliyanad 8370 3250 38.83% 2700 32.26% 2344 28.00% Jacob Abraham UDF 550 6.57%
5 Pulinkunnoo 13060 4613 35.32% 4288 32.83% 4022 30.80% Jacob Abraham UDF 325 2.49%
6 Nedumudi 12386 4506 36.38% 5256 42.44% 2490 20.10% Thomas Chandy LDF 750 6.06%
7 Champakulam 9791 4061 41.48% 3098 31.64% 2427 24.79% Jacob Abraham UDF 963 9.84%
8 Ramankary 8234 2969 36.06% 3385 41.11% 1766 21.45% Thomas Chandy LDF 416 5.05%
9 Muttar 5760 2315 40.19% 2058 35.73% 1290 22.40% Jacob Abraham UDF 257 4.46%
10 Thalavady 12031 3701 30.76% 4738 39.38% 3448 28.66% Thomas Chandy LDF 1037 8.62%
11 Edathua 11879 5671 47.74% 3722 31.33% 2353 19.81% Jacob Abraham UDF 1949 16.41%
12 Thakazhy 11263 3262 28.96% 5070 45.01% 2797 24.83% Thomas Chandy LDF 1808 16.05%
13 Veeyapuram 7375 2618 35.50% 3189 43.24% 1476 20.01% Thomas Chandy LDF 571 7.74%
Postal votes 379 125 32.98% 177 46.70% 74 19.53% Thomas Chandy LDF 52 13.72%
TOTAL 130082 45223 34.76% 50114 38.52% 33044 25.40% Thomas Chandy LDF 4891 3.76%

Niyama Sabha Election 2011Edit

There were 1,50,213 eligible voters in Kuttanad Constituency for the 2011 Kerala Niyama Sabha Election.[20]

2011 Kerala Legislative Assembly election : Kuttanad
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NCP Thomas Chandy 60,010 50.81
KC(M) K. C. Joseph 52,039 44.06
BJP K. Soman 4,395 3.72
BSP Shibu Vadakkettom 697 0.59
SUCI(C) P. R. Satheesan 373 0.32
Independent Joseph 361 0.31
Independent Asok Kumar 235 0.20
Margin of victory 7,971 6.75
Turnout 1,18,110 78.63
NCP gain from DIC Swing

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  18. ^ "Kerala Niyamasabha Election Polling booth details 2016,www.ceo.kerala.gov.in" (PDF). www.ceo.kerala.gov.in. Retrieved 15 March 2020.
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