Kasargod Lok Sabha Election Result 2019 LIVE Updates: Rajmohan Unnithan of Congress wins

While T Govindan was the MP in 1999, P Karunakaran has been a three-time sitting MP since the 2004 Lok Sabha election.

FP Research May 24, 2019 07:47:21 IST pollpedia
Kasargod Lok Sabha Election Result 2019 LIVE Updates: Rajmohan Unnithan of Congress wins

Kasaragod Lok Sabha Constituency

Constituency number: 1

Total electors: 1,239,562 (2014 estimates)

Female electors: 6,47,772

Male electors: 5,91,790

Reserved: No

Delimited: No

Assembly Constituencies: Kasaragod, Kanhagad (SC), Payyanur, Manjeswar, Trikkaripur, Udma, Kalliasseri

Results in last four Lok Sabha elections: The CPM holds fort in this constituency since the 1999 Lok Sabha elections. While T Govindan was the MP in 1999, P Karunakaran has been a three-time sitting MP since the 2004 Lok Sabha Election.

Demographics: Kasaragod, which lies on the border with Karnataka, has a sizeable Muslim population as well as a significant linguistic minority who belong to the Tulu speaking community. Kasaragod is often considered a part of Tulu Nadu, which also includes Karnataka's Mangalore and Udipi.

Updated Date:

also read

Not Dogs’ Own Country: Why Kerala is seeking Supreme Court’s permission to kill strays
India

Not Dogs’ Own Country: Why Kerala is seeking Supreme Court’s permission to kill strays

Twenty-one people have died because of rabies and around one lakh have suffered dog bites in Kerala so far this year. The recent demise of a 12-year-old after being bitten by a stray has raised the ire of the public

Kerala: Students protest by sitting on each other's lap at bus stand with separate seating for boys, girls
India

Kerala: Students protest by sitting on each other's lap at bus stand with separate seating for boys, girls

The bus stand has now been demolished and a new one for all genders under construction

Don't want anything for myself, just keen on uniting Opposition, says Nitish Kumar
Politics

Don't want anything for myself, just keen on uniting Opposition, says Nitish Kumar

"These are mere speculations and there is no basis for such talks. I don't know the source of such reports. I am only interested in uniting all opposition parties...," said the CM when asked if he had plans to enter the Lok Sabha contest from UP.