Puducherry Election 2021 Winning Candidates Full List: AINR Congress-BJP wins 16 seats; check winners, losers, constituency performance
Puducherry Election 2021 Full List of Winning Candidates Constituency Wise: A Namassivayam, who joined the BJP in January ahead of the Assembly elections, emerged victorious from the Mannadipet constituency after defeating his DMK rival A Krishnan
The All India NR Congress on Sunday emerged as the largest party in the Union Territory of Puducherry with the party poised to win 16 of the 30 seats with help from partner BJP.
The Congress-led Secular Democratic Alliance (SDA), which had lost the majority in the UT right before the elections seemed set to win at least eight constituencies while six Independent candidates won the election.
As the results for 29 out of 30 assembly seats were declared, the AINRC bagged ten, BJP six, DMK five and Congress two, as per result trends available on the EC website. At 11.45 pm, counting of votes for one seat Neravy-TR Pattinama was underway where DMK's M Nagathiyagarajan is ahead of BJP's VMCS Manoharen by 5,511 votes.
|All India N.R. Congress||10||0||10|
|Bharatiya Janata Party||6||0||6|
|Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam||5||1||6|
|Indian National Congress||2||0||2|
A Namassivayam of BJP emerged victorious from the Mannadipet constituency after defeating his DMK rival A Krishnan. Namassivayam, who shifted his allegiance to the saffron party in January this year after quitting the Congress, contested the 6 April poll from the Mannadipet seat as BJP nominee.
The former minister polled 14,939 votes while his rival secured 12,189 votes. A greenhorn in poll battle, U Lakshmikandhan of the AINRC wrested the Embalam (reserved) segment from Congress by defeating its candidate and former welfare minister M Kandasamy.
Meanwhile, the AIADMK drew a blank in the Puducherry election. Among the surprise winners were six Independent candidates.
Here's the list of winners and losers constituency-wise:
|Results from Assembly Elections 2021|
|Constituency||Const. No.||Winning Candidate||Winning Party||Losing Candidate||Losing Party||Margin|
|Ariankuppam||19||R. Baskar @ Datchanamourtty||All India N.R. Congress I||T. Djeamourthy||Indian National Congress I||6418|
|Bahour||23||R Senthilkumar||Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||N Dhanavelou||All India N.R. Congress I||211|
|Embalam||21||U Lakshmikandhan||All India N.R. Congress I||M Candassamy||Indian National Congress I||2240|
|Indira Nagar||8||V. Aroumougame @ Akd||All India N.R. Congress I||M. Kannan||Indian National Congress I||18531|
|Kadirgamam||7||K.S.P @ S. Ramesh||All India N.R. Congress I||P. Selvanadane||Indian National Congress I||12246|
|Kalapet||12||P.M.L. Kalyanasundaram||Bharatiya Janata Party I||A. Senthil @ Ramesh||Independent I||3508|
|Kamaraj Nagar||10||A. Johnkumar||Bharatiya Janata Party I||M.O.H.F. Shajahan||Indian National Congress I||7229|
|Karaikal North||26||P.R.N. Thirumurugan||All India N.R. Congress I||A.V. Subramanian||Indian National Congress I||135|
|Karaikal South||27||A.M.H. Nazim||Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||K.A.U.Assana Marecar||All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||12034|
|Lawspet||11||M. Vaithianathan||Indian National Congress I||V. Saminathan||Bharatiya Janata Party I||5701|
|Mahe||29||Ramesh Parambath||Indian National Congress I||N. Haridasan Master||Independent I||300|
|Manavely||20||Embalam Selvam @ R.Selvam||Bharatiya Janata Party I||R. K. R. Anantharaman||Indian National Congress I||8132|
|Mangalam||4||Djeacoumar .C||All India N.R. Congress I||Sun. Kumaravel||Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||2751|
|Mannadipet||1||A. Namassivayam||Bharatiya Janata Party I||A. Krishnan @ A.K. Kumar||Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||2750|
|Mudaliarpet||18||L. Sambath||Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||A. Baskar||All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||4179|
|Muthialpet||13||J. Prakash Kumar||Independent I||Vaiyapuri Manikandan||All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||934|
|Nedungadu||24||Chandira Priyanga||All India N.R. Congress I||A. Marimuthu||Indian National Congress I||2214|
|Nellithope||17||Richards Johnkumar||Bharatiya Janata Party I||V. Cartigueyane||Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||496|
|Neravy-T.R.Pattinam||28||M.Nagathiyagarajan||Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||V.M.C.S.Manoharen||Bharatiya Janata Party I||5511|
|Nettapakkam||22||P Rajavelu||All India N.R. Congress I||V Vizeaveny||Indian National Congress I||6638|
|Orleampeth||16||G. Nehru @ Kuppusamy||Independent I||S. Gopal||Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||2093|
|Oupalam||15||Annibal Kennedy||Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||A. Anbalagan||All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||4780|
|Oussudu||3||Ak Sai J Saravanan Kumar||Bharatiya Janata Party I||P. Karthikeyan||Indian National Congress I||1880|
|Ozhukarai||6||M. Sivasankar||Independent I||N.G. Pannir Selvam||All India N.R. Congress I||819|
|Raj Bhavan||14||K. Lakshminarayanan||All India N.R. Congress I||S.P. Sivakumar||Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||3732|
|Thattanchavady||9||N. Rangasamy||All India N.R. Congress I||K. Sethu @ Sethu Selvam||Communist Party Of India I||5456|
|Thirubhuvanai||2||P. Angalane||Independent I||B. Kobiga||All India N.R. Congress I||2359|
|Thirunallar||25||Pr. Siva||Independent I||S. Rajasekaran||Bharatiya Janata Party I||1380|
|Villianur||5||R. Siva||Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam I||S.V. Sugumaran||All India N.R. Congress I||6950|
|Yanam||30||Gollapalli Srinivas Ashok||Independent I||N.Rangasamy||All India N.R. Congress I||655|
With inputs from PTI
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