Kasaragod


Winner of General Elections 2009 in Kasaragod is P KARUNAKARAN (CPM)

Updated Election Results Details of Kasaragod


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
P Karunakaran CPMHammer Sickle and StarAmaravathiPallikkareNileshwaram P O385522
Shahida Kamal INCHandAfsal Cottage TKMC P O Karikode Kollam321095
K. Surendran BJPLotusKunnummal House Ulliyeri P O Koilandi125482
K.h.madhavi BSPElephantKalakara House Kuttikole P O 5518
P.k. Raman INDBlack BoardMundottu House Rajapuram P O 5008
Abbas Muthalappara INDTelevisionMuthalappara House Muliyar P O 2425
Mohan Nayak INDCoconutKashi Mutt Manjeshwar 2046
Total Votes847096


YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 77.72 P. KARUNAKARAN 48.5 CPM  N A MOHAMMED 36.49 INC  
1999 77.64 T. Govindan 45.77 CPM  Khader Mangad 42.36 INC  
1998 76.41 T. Govindan 45.69 CPM  Khader Mangad 40.12 INC  
1996 72.55 T. Govindan 46.63 CPM  I. Rama Rai 37.26 INC  
1991 74.78 M. Ramanna Rai 44.82 CPM  K.c. Venugopal 43.59 INC  
1989 79.46 M. Rammana Rai 44.99 CPM  I. Rama Rai 44.8 INC  
1984 78.17 I. Rama Rai 45.54 INC  Balanandan 43.57 CPM  
1980 68.83 M. Ramanna Rai 56.95 CPM  O. Rajagopal 41.05 JNP  
1977 80.02 Ramachandran Kadannappally 50.56 INC  M. Ramanna Rai 49.44 CPM 


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