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May 24, 2019

UDF all set to win 19 seats, LDF leading in one , BJP below par the expectation

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Thiruvananthapuram:  In Kerala, counting almost completed over 40% , signs a result tantamount to exit poll predictions. UDF is marauding seats in the state with Rahul Gandhi is all set to win with a whopping majority in the state’s history. Rahul has already won more than one and a half lakh votes  at this stage of counting.  Even after Sabarimala turmoil the State politics, which would have been facilitated a fertile land for BJP in the state is found to end in no fruitful out come.  The election results at prime stage clearly signals Kerala is not fertile for BJP despite all Modi wave. The debacle of LDF is almost completed indicating defeat in all the 20 constituencies except a minor majority in Alapuzha.  In Alapuzha also UDF candidate Shanimol Usman is making inch to inch challenge to the LDF candidate AM Ariff.

In Thiruvananthapuram, a firefighting sustained amid three candidates, sitting MP Shashi Tharoor is leading ahead and Kummanam Rajasekaran, the BJP candidate comes next and LDF candidate C Divakaran left to a third position. In Pathanamthitta, where after the controversial Sabarimla issue, BJP was expected to have won , UDF candidate Anto Antony is leading and LDF comes next  and  BJP comes down to a third position.

In Vadakara,  P Jayarajan , the stalwart LDF leader  is facing defeat from UDF candidate K Muraleedharan  with a whopping majority votes. Even at his home place Jayarajan  can win minor percentage vote majority  than that of rival Muraleedharan.

In Palakkad, constituency, UDF candidate SreeKandan is winning a biggest majority, over 30,000 votes till now, is thrashing down the LDF candidate and sitting MP Rajesh.

In Kasaragod, the LDF bastion, where Periya twin murder case broiled political scenario in the constituency, is supportive to UDF. UDF candidate, Raj Mohan Unnithan is leading ahead in the constituency and Next to UDF, BJP candidate is leading and LDF is thrown to a third position.

In Thrissur, UDF candidate TN Prathapan is leading and BJP candidate actor Suresh Gopi, who was fielded out of time to the arena is bagging bigger percentage of votes and  LDF  thrown back to third position.

Remya Haridas is heading with 86,000 votes in Alathur, a LDF bastion and  PK Kunnalikutty is almost won Malappuram nearing to one lakh votes majority  in the constituency. ET Muhammad Bashir is leading with  98,000 votes.

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