The vote counting of the Tamil Nadu Election results is in the state of certainly pouring a major political breakthrough for DMK under Stalin's leadership. The recently-held assembly poll in the state has drawn a huge significance for being the first legislative election since the demise of political giants Karunanidhi and Jayalalithaa, which in a way had become the first election for Edappadi Palaniswami as the Chief Minister and for MK Stalin as the DMK President.
Amid the larger expectations over who is the people's choice to rule Tamil Nadu for the next five years, the vote counting had begun at 8 am on Sunday and the process of unveiling the final results. The DMK-led alliance has been grappling with the lead in the state since the counting was unfolded while the ADMK alliance faces a huge setback as some of the senior leaders and ministers are trailing behind their contenders in their respective constituencies.
According to reports, ADMK has been doing good in the Kongu belt (Western region), where it holds the stronghold while DMK is doing better in Northern Tamil Nadu. DMK's rise for power is potentially getting pillared by Chennai as the entire city has been on the verge of getting swept by Stalin's camp. From DMK President MK Stalin to his son Udhayanidhi Stalin, all the DMK candidates in Chennai are holding a lead in their respective constituencies.
Chennai has 16 constituencies and if the current trend remains, it would be a major push for Stalin in his leadership after Karunanidhi and to form the next government. According to reports, DMK has been leading in all the 16 constituencies in Chennai, and let's take a look at all the constituencies and the vote margins of the candidates. The following is the latest data from the Election Commission of India and the below votes are from the EVMs,
- Anna Nagar - DMK's MK Mohan leads the race by securing 6,764 votes, 1,925 votes more than ADMK's Gokula Indira, who was also former ADMK Minister in Jayalalithaa's leadership.
- Chepauk Triplicane- DMK's Udhayanidhi Stalin eyes the victory in the first election with a huge margin. Junior Stalin has secured 25,065 votes, 19,177 votes more than his contender PMK's Kassali, who contested in the ADMK alliance.
- Perambur - DMK's RD Shekar leads the race by securing 3,575 votes, 1951 votes more than ADMK's NR Dhanapalan.
- RK Nagar - DMK's John Ebenezer leads the race by securing 12,351 votes, 7095 votes more than ADMK's Raajesh.
- Villivakkam - DMK's Vetriazhagan sees a victory as he had secured 8,046 votes, 4005 votes more than ADMK's JCD Prabhakar.
- Thiru Vi Ka Nagar - DMK's Sivakumar has got 8,952 votes, 5,048 votes more than ADMK's Kalyani, and leads the race.
- Egmore - DMK's Paranthaman holds the lead by securing 9,631 votes, 4,165 votes more than ADMK's John Pandian.
- Royapuram - In a major shock to sitting MLA and ADMK Minister D Jayakumar, DMK's Moorthy leads the race by securing 5,208 votes, 904 votes more than the minister.
- Harbour - DMK's Sekar Babu holds the lead against BJP's Vinoj Selvam, who is the key contender in the race. Sekar Babu leads the race with a margin of nearly 7000 votes.
- Thousand Lights - DMK's Ezhilan leads the race by securing 3,375 votes, 1918 votes more than BJP's Kushboo Sundar.
- Virugambakkam - DMK's Prabhakara Raja leads the race by securing 4,819 votes, 1808 votes more than ADMK's Virugai Ravi.
- Saidapet - In a race between former Mayors of Chennai, DMK's M Subramanian paces ahead of ADMK's Saidai Duraisamy with 3771 votes more than Duraisamy.
- T Nagar - DMK's Karunanithi leads the race by securing 4,954 votes, 1,193 votes more than incumbent MLA ADMK's Sathya Narayanan.
- Mylapore - DMK's Velu leads the race by securing 10,082 votes, 1,824 votes more than incumbent MLA ADMK's Nataraj.
- Velachery - DMK alliance candidate Haasan Maulaana, Congress, has secured 10,573 votes, 222 votes more than ADMK's Ashok.
- Kolathur - DMK President MK Stalin is getting close to victory by securing 26,764 votes, 16,215 votes more than ADMK's Adhi Rajaram, who has got 10549 votes.
According to reports, apart from getting close to sweeping Chennai, DMK has also been leading in ten constituencies in the Tiruvallur district. By the time of writing this content, the DMK alliance has been leading in 149 constituencies while the ADMK alliance has a lead in 84 seats. The DMK alliance has already been attained 30 seats more than the majority mark in the lead, the party members have started to celebrate and if the current trend remains, MK Stalin will become the next Chief Minister and will form a new government.
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