Tamil Nadu General Assembly Election May 2021


Department Tamil Nadu State Election Commission
Election Tamil Nadu General Assembly Election May 2021
Service How To Check Tamil Nadu Election May 2021 Result?
Election Date 6th April 2021
Result Date 2nd May 2021
Official Website https://www.elections.tn.gov.in/

Tamil Nadu Election May 2021 Result

The sixteenth legislative assembly election of Tamil Nadu was held on 6th April 2021, to elect representatives from the 234 constituencies in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

Check Assam, Kerala, Puducherry & West Bengal Election Result May 2021 Here

How To Check Tamil Nadu Election May 2021 Result?

Steps To Check Tamil Nadu Election May 2021 Result Online

1. Visit ECI Election Results Portal
2. Click ‘General Assembly Elections May-2021’ Link
3. Select State ‘Tamil Nadu’
4. View Partywise Trends & Result

Steps To Check Tamil Nadu Election May 2021 Result On Mobile

Download Voter helpline app to see results on mobile


Party Promises & Candidature Details

Election Manifesto plays a key role in determining the voting behaviour of the voters in the Tamil Nadu Electoral Politics. Enabling people with information about manifestos, promises, and candidate details through technology can ensure that it reaches a huge number of people. Global Shapers Chennai, a non-partisan group powered by the World Economic Forum has released the TN Election Promises 2021 platform.

The platform provides the voters with data and insights on the promises made by different parties, constituency-wise candidate background details (assets, education, criminal cases, etc.), and helps them compare the promises by categorizing them into different focus areas such as agriculture, education, etc., to help make an informed voting decision.[citation needed]

The state of Tamil Nadu is divided into 234 assembly constituencies, each of which elects a member (called an MLA) to represent it at the state’s unicameral legislative assembly, as per Article 168 of the Constitution of India. The Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly convenes at Fort St. George, Chennai.

The member that manages to receive the support of the majority of the members of the assembly (that is the Chief Ministerial candidate of the party that secures more than 50% of the seats), which is a minimum of 118 members, is appointed as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu by the state’s Governor, to head the state government for a term of the next five years.

The Chief Election Commissioner of India, Sunil Arora, holding a press conference in New Delhi on February 26, 2021, to announce the schedule for Legislative Assembly election of Tamil Nadu along with those of Assam, Kerala, West Bengal, and Puducherry.

Tamil Nadu’s partisan politics have been dominated by its two leading parties, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK), for the last 50 years. Each recognized party in India is given a polling symbol by the Election Commission of India, an independent and neutral body of officers that conducts and regulates all the elections in the country. The DMK contests with the Rising Sun symbol, while the AIADMK contests with the Two Leaves.

The legislative assembly of Tamil Nadu goes to polls alongside the legislative assemblies of three other Indian states, namely Assam, Kerala, and West Bengal, and that of the union territory of Puducherry.

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