Aravakurichi (state assembly constituency)

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Aravakurichi is an assembly constituency in the Tamil Nadu legislative assembly, that includes the town, Aravakurichi and other neighbouring parts of Karur district.[1] It is a part of the Karur (Lok Sabha constituency).

Madras State[edit]

Assembly Year Winner Party
First 1952 N. Rathina Gounder IND
Second 1957 S. Sadasivam INC
Third 1962 S. Sadhasivam INC
Fourth 1967 S. K. Gounder SWA

Tamil Nadu[edit]

Assembly Duration Name of M.L.A. Party Affiliation
Fifth 1971-77 Abdul Jabbar Indian Union Muslim League
Sixth 1977-80 S. Sadasivam INC
Seventh 1980-84 P.S. Sennimalai (Kandahsamy) ADMK
Eighth 1984-89 S. Jegatheesan ADMK
Ninth 1989-91 Ramasamy Monjanor DMK
Tenth 1991-96 Asia Mariyamul ADMK
Eleventh 1996-01 S. S. Mohammad Ismail DMK
Twelfth 2001-06 E. A. Liyaudeen Sait ADMK
Thirteenth 2006-2011 M. A. Khaleelur Rahman DMK
Fourteenth 2011-2016 K. C. Palanisamy DMK
Fifteenth 2016-2017 disqualification by Assembly Speaker V. Senthil Balaji ADMK
By-Election 2019 2019-Incumbent V. Senthil Balaji DMK

Election Results[edit]

By-Election 2019[edit]

Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly by-election, 2019-2020: Aravakurichi
Party Candidate Votes % ±
DMK V. Senthil Balaji 97,800 56.45
AIADMK VV Senthil Nathan 59,843 34.54
AMMK Shahul Hameed 7,195 4.15
NTK P.K.Selvam 2,227 1.29
MNM S. Mohanraj 1,361 0.79
Tamilnadu Ilangyar Katchi R Rajkumar 138 0.08
NOTA None of the Above 904 0.52
Majority 35,693 21.85
Turnout
DMK gain from AIADMK Swing

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Constituency Map". Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly. Archived from the original on 14 June 2012. Retrieved 25 January 2017.

Coordinates: 10°46′N 77°55′E / 10.77°N 77.92°E / 10.77; 77.92