Live Election Results 2014 South Amma wave in Tamil Nadu KCR wins in Telangana

 Live Election Results 2014 – South Amma wave in Tamil Nadu; KCR wins in Telangana


Tamil Nadu is witnessing an Amma wave, with the AIADMK leading from 37 of the 39 Lok Sabha seats. NDA partners, BJP and PMK, are leading from the other two seats. If these early trend consolidates into a victory, J Jayalalithaa’s party could even emerge as the third biggest party in the country. The DMK, in contrast, is trailing from all seats, in third position in some of them. Its strongest candidates, Dayanidhi Maran, TR Baalu and A Raja, are among those who have been trailing right from the start, indicating a tsunami against the party.

In Seemandhra, YSRCP are leading in 5 and TDP in 20. While in Telangana TRS is leading in 11. BJP leader Purandeswari is leading in Rajampet and veteran Congress leader Kishore Chandra Deo is trailing in Aruku. Y S Jaganmohan Reddy’s mother Vijayamma is trailing in Visakhapatnam. TRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao and his daughter K Kavitha have won the election in Medak and Nizamabad respectively.
 Live Election Results 2014
ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS: TDP is leading in 106 seats (Seemandhra) and TRS is leading in 60 seats in Telangana.

Basking in the glory of an expected historic victory, AIADMK general secretary and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa said the verdict was the expression of love and confidence by the people. Jaya met the press at her Poes Garden residence in the afternoon.

If these advantages are consolidated to victories, the party could emerge as the third biggest in the next Lok Sabha.

“I wish the new government and Prime Minister well, and hope that the new Centre will be friendly towards Tamil Nadu,” said Jaya, whose main campaign pitch was the establishment of a “friendly government” in which AIADMK had a role to play.

However, the value of her brilliant performance has been negated by the BJP upsurge, making support from AIADMK irrelevant for government formation at the moment.

Meanwhile, her rival M Karunanidhi of the DMK conceded defeat, and congratulated BJP and Narendra Modi for the success in elections. His party, added Karunanidhi, will continue to work for the people without being disheartened by the defeat. The party trailed in all the seats it contested – including in third position in at least a few of them.

There was no sign of any Modi wave in the State, with NDA allies coming at a poor third in most of the seats barring two. In the midst of an Amma wave in Tamil Nadu, there is an absorbing national contest at the far end of the country. At Kanyakumari constituency, BJP State president Pon Radhakrishnan is being given a tough fight by H Vasanthakumar of the Congress. As the counting progresses, the two are swapping lead while the AIADMK and DMK are trailing far behind the national parties. Dharmapuri in western Tamil Nadu is the only other seat where AIADMK is not leading — out of 39 Lok Sabha constituencies. There, PMK’s Anbumani Ramadoss looks set to win. Congress candidate Karti Chidambaram, son of former Finance Minister P Chidambaram, is running fourth in Sivaganga.
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In Karnataka, BJP is leading in 16 seats and Congress in 8. BJP candidates Yeddyurappa and Sreeramulu are leading currently in Shimoga and Bellary respectively. Meanwhile, Congress leader Veerappa Moily was behind BJP’s Bache Gowda by 12,000 votes in Chikkballapur in Karnataka. BJP candidates are also leading in Bangalore North, South and Central.

BJP general secretary H N Ananth Kumar looks set to return for a sixth term in Bangalore South as the Congress candidate Nandan Nilekani conceded defeat after he was found to be trailing by 27000 votes at 1.45 pm.

“I am going to continue working actively for Bengaluru and for the party,” Nilekani said, adding that he had no regrets and had a great time.

Other notable BJP leaders who registered massive victories include former chief ministers B S Yeddyurappa, D V Sadananda Gowda, state BJP president Prahlad Joshi and, the only woman candidate of the BJP, Shobha Karandlaje registered massive victories in the polls.
 Live Election Results 2014
Yeddyurappa won by what is likely to be the highest margin of victory in the state at 2.4 lakh votes.

The victory of Karandlaje in Udupi Chikamagalur, Nalin Kumar Kateel (1,43,709 margin) in Dakshina Kannada and Ananth Kumar Hegde (1,40,700 margin) in Uttara Kannada by massive margins in the range of one lakh stands testimony to the Modi wave in the coastal region of Karnataka.

Tamil Nadu is witnessing an Amma wave, with the AIADMK leading from 37 of the 39 Lok Sabha seats. NDA partners, BJP and PMK, are leading from the other two seats. If these early trend consolidates into a victory, J Jayalalithaa’s party could even emerge as the third biggest party in the country. The DMK, in contrast, is trailing from all seats, in third position in some of them. Its strongest candidates, Dayanidhi Maran, TR Baalu and A Raja, are among those who have been trailing right from the start, indicating a tsunami against the party.

Basking in the glory of an expected historic victory, AIADMK general secretary and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa said the verdict was the expression of love and confidence by the people. Jaya met the press at her Poes Garden residence in the afternoon.

If these advantages are consolidated to victories, the party could emerge as the third biggest in the next Lok Sabha.

“I wish the new government and Prime Minister well, and hope that the new Centre will be friendly towards Tamil Nadu,” said Jaya, whose main campaign pitch was the establishment of a “friendly government” in which AIADMK had a role to play.

However, the value of her brilliant performance has been negated by the BJP upsurge, making support from AIADMK irrelevant for government formation at the moment.

Meanwhile, her rival M Karunanidhi of the DMK conceded defeat, and congratulated BJP and Narendra Modi for the success in elections. His party, added Karunanidhi, will continue to work for the people without being disheartened by the defeat. The party trailed in all the seats it contested – including in third position in at least a few of them.

There was no sign of any Modi wave in the State, with NDA allies coming at a poor third in most of the seats barring two.

In the midst of an Amma wave in Tamil Nadu, there is an absorbing national contest at the far end of the country. At Kanyakumari constituency, BJP State president Pon Radhakrishnan is being given a tough fight by H Vasanthakumar of the Congress. As the counting progresses, the two are swapping lead while the AIADMK and DMK are trailing far behind the national parties. Dharmapuri in western Tamil Nadu is the only other seat where AIADMK is not leading — out of 39 Lok Sabha constituencies. There, PMK’s Anbumani Ramadoss looks set to win. Congress candidate Karti Chidambaram, son of former Finance Minister P Chidambaram, is running fourth in Sivaganga. (inputs from Gopu Mohan)

In Karnataka, BJP is leading in 16 seats and Congress in 8. BJP candidates Yeddyurappa and Sreeramulu are leading currently in Shimoga and Bellary respectively. Meanwhile, Congress leader Veerappa Moily was behind BJP’s Bache Gowda by 12,000 votes in Chikkballapur in Karnataka. BJP candidates are also leading in Bangalore North, South and Central.

BJP general secretary H N Ananth Kumar looks set to return for a sixth term in Bangalore South as the Congress candidate Nandan Nilekani conceded defeat after he was found to be trailing by 27000 votes at 1.45 pm.

“I am going to continue working actively for Bengaluru and for the party,” Nilekani said, adding that he had no regrets and had a great time.

Other notable BJP leaders who registered massive victories include former chief ministers B S Yeddyurappa, D V Sadananda Gowda, state BJP president Prahlad Joshi and, the only woman candidate of the BJP, Shobha Karandlaje registered massive victories in the polls.

Yeddyurappa won by what is likely to be the highest margin of victory in the state at 2.4 lakh votes.
 Live Election Results 2014

The victory of Karandlaje in Udupi Chikamagalur, Nalin Kumar Kateel (1,43,709 margin) in Dakshina Kannada and Ananth Kumar Hegde (1,40,700 margin) in Uttara Kannada by massive margins in the range of one lakh stands testimony to the Modi wave in the coastal region of Karnataka.

In Kerala, Congress-led UDF won 12 seats, down from last election’s tally of 16, and CPI (M)-led LDF gained a few seats and settled for 8 seats.

BJP veteran O Rajagopal gave a tough fight for Congress heavyweight Shashi Tharoor in Thiruvananthapuram. The two candidates exchanged lead after almost every counting round ended. However, BJP’s hopes of winning their maiden election in Kerala were dashed and Tharoor emerged victorious in the end. The Left candidate Bennet Abraham, who expected consolidation of Nadar community, is finished third position.



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