Kerala Assembly Election 2011

Kerala is next state in India where Assembly election will take place with five other states of India on 13th April, 2010 and final counting of votes will take place on 13th May, 2010. For more details of election dates visit Assembly Election 2011 Kerala Dates. Kerala is one of educated states of India with 100% literacy rate; therefore, we can hope that people of Kerala will choose new government with proper care.

The main fight in Kerala is between ruling Left Democratic Front (LDF) and opposition alliance United Democratic Front (UDF). The main parties of LDF includes Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI (M)), Communist Party of India (CPI), Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP), Kerala Congress (Joseph) (KCS), Janata Dal (Secular) (JD(S)), Indian Congress (Socialist) (C(S)), Kerala Congress (Thomas), Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Indian National League (INL) etc.

The main parties of UDF includes Indian National Congress (INC), Indian Union Muslim League (IUML), Kerala Congress (Mani), Kerala Congress (Balakrishna Pillai), Kerala Congress (Jacob), Kerala Congress (Secular), Janathipathya Samrakshana Samithy, Communist Marxist Party, Revolutionary Socialist Party (Baby John), Janata Dal (Secular) Veerendra Kumar etc.

Apart from these two big political alliances, there are many other regional political parties with some presence of BJP. Kerala is one state of India where we can find many small political parties with small political base. These small political parties play very crucial role in the success and failure of any political alliance in state; therefore, all big parties of state always go with these small parties in election.

In 2006 Kerala assembly election, The Communist Party of India (Marxist)led Left Democratic Front got major success by winning 98 assembly seats out of total 140 seats whereas UDF got only 42 seats. While in 2001 Kerala Assembly Election, UDF showed similar performance by winning 99 seats and just 40 seats for LDF. In 2009 Loksabha Election, LDF showed great performance by winning 17 Loksabha seats out of total 20 seats.

This time in Kerala, we can see tough election battle between UDF and LDF because it is very hard to predict which alliance will merge final winner. Though, there are good chances that UDF will increase its votes share and numbers of seats as compared to 2006 election while LDF will loss vote share and seats; however, it is not clear so far that how much shift in votes will take place. For final outcome of election results, we are required to wait till 13th May, 2011 when final counting of votes will take place. Also visit- Who will win Kerala Assembly Election 2011?

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