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Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, his tenure will end in May 2016, in the summer of 2016 in the coming few months are going to witness the intense speculations and political calculations is getting ready for an interesting political battle.

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Independent UDF (United Democratic Front) and the left-wing LDF (Left Democratic Front) - - Kerala traditionally strong support of the two main rivals for power to change hands on a regular basis. In 2011, the Congress-led UDF won by a margin of four seats. LDF decides to come back to power. Both the UDF and the LDF queered the pitch of the BJP in the state, however, has access to.

Until recently, the BJP does not have a strong presence in Kerala. It is the local organizations of the party in the state election results after encouraging her ambition is to be renewed. The party has been aggressively wooing Ezhava community. Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana (esendipi), a key ally of BJP recently hosted an event honoring the Ezhava community. Invited by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was the Chief Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy in the state deliberately excluded.

There are two major LDF leaders, V.S. The political wrangle between the VS and P. Vijayan, are expected to work in favor of the BJP. With the BJP is gaining ground fast in the state, there are abuzz over news of the government to formulate and sit in the opposition.

The run up to the election, voters are not the only parties to extend the frenetic alliance of factions of political parties, but should be ready for viewing. However, India's most politically aware and conscious of Keralites noted that the voter.

What Do the Opinion Polls Say?

The two rivals in Kerala, the UDF independent leftists will go to the LDF and BJP in the state elections in May 2016, has emerged as the leading contender. In 2011, the Congress-led UDF is determined to wrest the power behind the anti-incumbency LDF won by a narrow margin in the last election. The BJP is also trying hard to make a mark in the upcoming assembly elections. Opinion polls still disagreement over the winner is going to emerge. Says that the LDF will win this time, but some of them as a major force to reckon with in the BJP say that it's possible.

Kerala Opinion Poll 2016

Times Now-CVoter opinion poll

Party/AllianceSeat ProjectionSeat Share %

Kerala Opinion Poll by India TV C-voter

BJP-led front1

Kerala Opinion Poll by Asianet poll

PartyNo. of SeatsVote Share
LDF77 – 8241.00%
United Democratic Front55 – 6037.00%
BJP3 – 518.00%
Kerala Legislative Assembly Election 2011 Results
Communist Party of India (CPI)13
Communist Party of Indian (Marxist) (CPM)45
Indian National Congress (INC)38
Janata Dal (Secular) JD(S)4
Kerala Congress (Jacob) (KEC)(J)1
Kerala Congress (M) (KCM)9
Kerala Congress (B) KEC(B)1
Kerala Revolutionary Socialist Party(Baby John) (KRSP)1
Muslim League Kerala State Committee (MUL)20
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)2
Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)2
Socialist Janta (Democratic) (SJD)2
Independent (IND)2

Parties and Alliances

The CPI (M) -led Left Democratic Front (LDF) and the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) government in Kerala formed from time to time, there are two major alliances. The state did not have any presence before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP has an alliance esendipi. This alliance is expected to help support the Ezhavas and backward communities.

Issues of the state

Many do not know the plight of the tribals in Kerala. As far as the development and education of the tribe. Cholanaikkan, Ernad Malar, Adyar and Paniyar some of the poorest tribes. Poverty and illiteracy are factors that keep the poor and unwanted. Children's education should be given to the tribes. They need the right infrastructure. For many people, malnutrition, ignorance and superstitious beliefs die. Need to offer better health.

Political Parties in Kerala

Left Democratic Front (LDF)
United Democratic Front (UDF)
Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Communist Party of India
Indian National Congress
Indian Union Muslim League
Kerala Congress

State Legislative Assembly of Kerala

The Kerala Legislative Assembly is also called the Niyamasabha, which constitutes 140 elected members and one nominated member from the Anglo Indian community. The state of Kerala came into existence in 1956 by the merging of Malabar region,Cochin, and Travancore on the basis of linguistic preferences. On 5 April 1957 the first legislative assembly was formed in Kerala. Initially, the total number of assembly seats was 127, which was later increased to 140 after the formation of Kasargod and Malappuram districts. The current Chief Minister is Oommen Chandy of the UDF and the leader of opposition is V.S. Achuthanandan from the LDF.

The tenure of Kerala assembly ends in May 31, 2016.[2] Around 2.56 crore are eligible voters Kerala Legislative Assembly election 2016 as per voters List on 14 January 2016. 6.18 lakh new voters in the age group 18-21 have been included. Elections to the 140-member assembly would be held in 21,498 polling stations set up at 12,038 locations.[3] There will be 500 model polling stations.

Final voters list for Kerala Legislative Assembly election 2016

S.NoGroup of votersVoters population
-Total voters2,56,27,620
2,065 Voter-verified paper audit trail (VVPAT) units will be used by the Election commission in 1,650 polling stations in 12 constituencies. But VVPAT will not be used in Idukki, Pathanamthitta, Wayanad and Kasaragod districts.[5][6][7] Election Commission will be relying on IT through several new apps.

Assembly constituencies of Kerala having VVPAT facility with EVMs[5]
Kannur townKozhikode northMalappuram

United Democratic Front

Sl.No:Name of the PartyParty FlagParty Leader in Kerala
1Indian National CongressFlag of the Indian National Congress.svgV.M. Sudheeran
2Indian Union Muslim LeagueFlag of the Indian Union Muslim League.svgSayed Hyderali Shihab Thangal
3Kerala Congress (Mani)Kerala-Congress-flag.svgK.M. Mani
4Revolutionary Socialist PartyRSP-flag.svgA.A. Aziz
5Janata Dal (United)Party logo 2014-06-19 20-31.jpgM.P. Virendra Kumar
6Kerala Congress (Jacob)Kerala-Congress-flag.svgJohnny Nellure
7Communist Marxist Party (John)CMP-banner.svgC.P. John

National Democratic Alliance

Sl.No:Name of the PartyParty FlagParty Leader in Kerala
1Bharatiya Janata PartyFlag of the Bharatiya Janata Party.pngKummanam Rajasekharan
2Bharath Dharma Jana SenaTushar Vellappally
3Kerala Congress (Thomas)Kerala-Congress-flag.svgP.C. Thomas
4Kerala Congress (Nationalist)Noble Mathew
5Janadhipathya Samrakshana Samithi (Rajan Babu)A.N. Rajanbabu
6Lok Janshakti PartyMehboob
7kerala vikas congressJose chemperi
Elections in Kerala are regularly held to fill government officials at all levels of government in both Kerala and India as a whole. These range from national elections to regional local body or panchayat elections. The Assembly of Kerala creates laws regarding the conduct of local body elections unilaterally while any changes by the state legislature to the conduct of state level elections need to be approved by the Parliament of India. In addition, the state legislature may be dismissed by the Parliament according to Article 356 of the Indian Constitution and President's rule may be imposed.

Local Self Government institutions

Panchayat Elections is a term widely used in Kerala, India, for the polls that are held to select the Local Self-government Representatives. There are three branches of local self-government institutions in Kerala. They are Grama Panchayat which can be translated as Village Government, Block Panchayat and District Panchayat. A Grama Panchayat is almost an equivalent to City administration and District Panchayat to a County. There are two more wings namely Municipality which is another form of Block Panchayat that exists only in major towns and Corporations that come only in five major cities.
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The State has 978 Grama Panchayats, 152 Block Panchayats, 14 District Panchayats, 60 Municipalities and five Corporations. Consequent to the 73rd Amendment to the Constitution of India, the local self-government institutions (LSGIs) are to function as the third tier of government. In Kerala, LSGIs have been meaningfully empowered through massive transfer of resources as well as administrative powers. Coupled with a grassroots level approach of participatory planning whereby the developmental programmes are identified and implemented through Grama Sabhas (Ward councils), the LSGIs have emerged as effective agencies for the implementation of developmental programmes.State Election Commission, Kerala came into existence on 3 December 1993 as envisaged in Article 243(k) of the Constitution of India. The superintendence, direction and control of preparation of voters list and conduct of election to the local self government Institution vest with the Commission.

E. K. Majhi
The Chief Electoral Officer of Kerala Election Department Kerala Legislative Complex, Vikas Bhavan P.O. Thiruvananthapuram -695033 Fax-0471 2300097 Phone-0471 2300121