Vellore District Election Results 2016 Fastest News Updates of TN Election 2016:
Legislative assembly elections will be held on 16 May 2016 for the 234 seats of the Legislative Assembly in the state of Tamil Nadu in India. The votes will be counted on 19 May. In the previous election in 2011, the AIADMK, under the leadership of Jayalalithaa, won a majority and formed the government and the DMDK chief Vijayakanth served as the Leader of Opposition till January 2016.
Vellore District Election Results 2016 was announced today i.e 19th May 2016. We will update the latest information and we will provide Live TN Election Result 2016.
We will update about the list:
- AIDMK Seats Leading and Won in Constituency
- DMK Leading and won list of Constituencies
- Makkal Nala Kootani Leading and won list of Constituencies seats
- PMK Live Leading Constituencies
Vellore District Election Result 2016 Leading Seats Status:
- ADMK- updated soon
- DMK-Updated Soon
- PMK and Others- NIL
List of Constituency in Vellore:
K. V. Kuppam (SC)
Vellore is the headquarters of the Vellore District. The town was constituted as a third-grade municipality in 1866, promoted to first-grade during 1947, selection-grade from 1970 and a municipal corporation from 1 August 2008. The Vellore municipal corporation has 60 wards and there is an elected councillor for each of those wards.
The functions of the municipal corporation are devolved into six departments: general administration/personnel, Engineering, Revenue, Public Health, city planning and Information Technology (IT). All these departments are under the control of a Municipal Commissioner who is the executive head.The legislative powers are vested in a body of 60 members, one each from the 60 wards. The legislative body is headed by an elected Mayor assisted by a Deputy Mayor.
Vellore is a part of the Vellore and it elects a member to the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly once every five years. From the 1977 elections, All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) won the assembly seat once (in 1977 elections), four times by Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (in 1980, 1984 and 1989), twice by Indian National Congress (INC) (in 1991 and 2001 elections) and twice by Tamil Maanila Congress (TMC) (in 1996 and 2001 elections). The current MLA of Vellore constituency is V.S.Vijay from the ADMK party.
Vellore is a part of the Vellore Lok Sabha constituency. It had the following six assembly constituencies before 2009 delimitation: Katpadi, Gudiyatham, Pernambut (SC), Anaicut Village, Vellore and Arni. After delimitation, it is currently composed of Vellore, Anaicut Village, Kilvazhithunaiankuppam (SC), Gudiyatham, Vaniyambadi and Ambur.