Kerala Lok Sabha Election 2024 Phase 2: Date, Candidates, and Constituencies List l Voting on 20 Seats

Kerala Lok Sabha Election 2024

Kerala’s Lok Sabha elections in 2024 will take place in the second phase on April 26, involving all 20 constituencies across the state. This round of elections is set to be a significant contest, with major parties such as the Congress, Left, and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) vying for seats across the state. Key figures from different parties, including established politicians and newcomers, are part of the races, making the elections competitive and closely watched.

 

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 Key Constituencies and Candidates:

Here’s a closer look at the key constituencies and the candidates in Kerala’s Lok Sabha elections 2024:

– Wayanad: In Wayanad, Congress leader and former party president Rahul Gandhi is contesting, facing off against Annie Raja from the Left and K Surendran from the BJP.

– Thrissur: K Muraleedharan from the Congress is up against VS Sunil Kumar from the Left and Suresh Gopi from the BJP.

Attingal: Adoor Prakash from the Congress is contesting against V Joy from the Left and V Muraleedharan from the BJP.

– Pathanamthitta: Congress’s Anto Antony is competing against Thomas Issac from the Left and Anil Antony from the BJP.

– Thiruvananthapuram: Congress’s Shashi Tharoor is running against Pannyan Raveendran from the Left and Rajeev Chandrasekhar from the BJP.

 

Kerala Lok Sabha Election 2024 Phase 2: Candidates with Constituencies:-

Here is the table with more details on key candidates in major constituencies:

Kerala Congress  Left   BJP
Wayanad Rahul Gandhi  Annie Raja K Surendran
Thrissur K Muraleedharan VS Sunil Kumar Suresh Gopi
Attingal Adoor Prakash V Joy V Muraleedharan
Pathanamthitta Anto Antony Thomas Issac Anil Antony
Thiruvananthapuram Shashi Tharoor Pannyan Raveendran Rajeev Chandrasekhar

 

 

 Additional Key Constituencies and Candidates:

 

– Kasaragod: UDF’s Rajmohan Unnithan competes against CPI(M)’s CH Kunhambu and BJP’s K Surendran.

 

– Kannur: The contest involves UDF’s K Sudhakaran, CPI(M)’s P K Sreemathi Teacher, and BJP’s K Raghavan.

 

Vatakara: UDF’s T Siddique runs against CPI(M)’s K K Rema and BJP’s Pradeep Kumar.

 

– Kozhikode: UDF’s M K Raghavan is facing off against CPI(M)’s A Vijayaraghavan and BJP’s M T Ramesh.

 

– Malappuram: UDF’s E T Mohammed Basheer competes against CPI(M)’s V P Sanu and BJP’s Dr. Sanu George.

 

– Ponnani: UDF’s E T Mohammed Basheer is up against CPI(M)’s P K Sainaba and BJP’s K S Radhakrishnan.

 

– Palakkad: UDF’s Shafi Parambil faces off against CPI(M)’s MB Rajesh and BJP’s G K Surendran.

 

Alathur: UDF’s Ramya Haridas is contesting against CPI(M)’s V K Sreekandan and BJP’s N Ramachandran.

 

Chalakudy: UDF’s Benny Behanan is up against CPI(M)’s Innocent and BJP’s Rajeev Chandrasekhar.

 

– Ernakulam: UDF’s Hibi Eden faces off against CPI(M)’s P Rajeev and BJP’s M E Pathrose.

 

Idukki: UDF’s Dean Kuriakose competes against CPI(M)’s M M Mani and BJP’s N K Nair.

 

– Kottayam: UDF’s Thomas Chazhikadan runs against CPI(M)’s V N Vasavan and BJP’s Saji John.

 

– Alappuzha: UDF’s Shanimol Usman faces off against CPI(M)’s A M Ariff and BJP’s Shobha Surendran.

 

– Mavelikkara: UDF’s Kodikkunnil Suresh competes against CPI(M)’s Chintha Jerome and BJP’s N Moity Koyikkara.

 

– Kollam: UDF’s N K Premachandran faces off against CPI(M)’s N K Jana and BJP’s Dr. Rajeev.

 

The 2024 Lok Sabha elections in Kerala are expected to be competitive and closely watched. The Congress, Left, and BJP will face off in various constituencies, each seeking to increase their influence in the state. Voters will play a crucial role in deciding the direction of politics in Kerala and India. These elections present an opportunity for voters to make their voices heard and help shape the future of their state and country.

 

 Conclusion:

In conclusion, the Kerala Lok Sabha Elections 2024 will be a significant event in shaping the political landscape of the state and potentially impacting national politics. The election’s second phase on April 26 will determine which parties and candidates emerge victorious and set the stage for the future. With established politicians and newcomers in the race, the elections will be highly competitive, providing an opportunity for voters to participate actively in the democratic process.

 

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