Coimbatore Lok Sabha Seat Results 2024 Live Updates: The Coimbatore Lok Sabha constituency in Tamil Nadu, which encompasses the Palladam, Sulur, Kavundampalayam, Coimbatore (North), Coimbatore (South), and Singanallur assembly segments, is currently represented by PR Natarajan from the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)).

Coimbatore Election Results 2024 Live Updates

1: 02 PM: DMK continues to lead in Coimbatore

DMK’s Ganapati Rajkumar- 53,580

BJP’s Annamalai- 41,167

12:34 AM: Ganapathy Rajkumar P of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam is leading with a margin of 3,335 votes, having secured a total of 5,127 votes. Trailing behind is Annamalai K of the Bharatiya Janata Party with 1,792 votes.

12: 20 AM: Singing G Ramachandran from the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam is in a close second position, trailing by 3586 votes. Kalamani Jaganathan from the Naam Tamilar Katchi is behind by 4442 votes, while Velmurugan K of the Bahujan Samaj Party is trailing by 5111 votes.

12:00 PM: BJP state chief Annamalai, who campaigned fiercely, is trailing in Coimbatore, while DMK’s Ganapathy Rajkumar is ahead with 3335 votes, News18 reported.

11:44 AM: BJP’s Annamalai trailing in Coimbatore, while DMK’s Ganapathy Rajkumar is ahead with 3335 votes.

10: 41 AM:  BJP’s Annamalai continues to trail in Coimbatore, as DMK’s Ganapathy Rajkumar leading

10:29 AM: According to the 2011 census data, the Coimbatore constituency had a total population of 2,185,424 people, with 17.97% residing in rural regions and 82.03% in urban areas.

10: 05 AM: The 2014 elections also witnessed a close contest, with the AIADMK candidate emerging victorious over the BJP nominee.

9: 48 AM: K Annamalai of the BJP is currently lagging behind in the Coimbatore Election seat by over 8,000 votes.

9: 39 AM: In the 2019 elections, the BJP candidate secured a significant vote share to claim the second position, while other parties such as MNM and Congress followed behind.

9: 32 AM: In the initial postal vote tally, DMK is ahead with 5127 votes, while the BJP is behind by 1852 votes, and AIADMK holds the third position with 1541 votes.

9: 10 AM: DMK’s Ganapathy P Rajkumar leading BJP’s Annamalai and AIADMK’s Singai Ramachandran in the Coimbatore Lok Sabha seat

9:00 AM: In the past, left-leaning parties, notably the CPI(M), have exerted influence in the Coimbatore area. Nevertheless, the DMK’s choice to nominate its own candidate might influence the voting patterns.

8: 24 AM: BJP‘s K Annamalai is currently leading as the ECI begun counting of votes in Coimbatore Election Result, as per Times Now.

8: 02 AM: The vote counting process for Coimbatore has officially commenced at 8 AM.

7: 56 AM: This year, the Coimbatore Lok Sabha constituency in Tamil Nadu is poised for an intense electoral contest, with notable political contenders competing for the seat. In the previous term, the constituency was represented by PR Natarajan of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)), and it witnessed a high-stakes electoral showdown.

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7: 18 AM: Will the DMK and AIADMK maintain their stronghold in Tamil Nadu politics this time around? Stay tuned. The election outcomes will be revealed today.

7: 11 AM: In 2019, the state shifted allegiance to the coalition headed by the DMK. Under the leadership of M K Stalin, the DMK secured 24 seats, supported by its allies who won 14 seats. In contrast, the AIADMK managed only one seat, obtaining a vote share of 19.15%, while the DMK garnered 33.12% of the votes. The Congress, a major ally, secured 8 seats and received 12.46% of the votes. The BJP, however, didn’t secure any seats and had a vote share of 3.58%.

6.48 AM: Counting of votes to start from 8 am. Postal ballots are to be counted first and EVMs to be opened around 8.30 am or 8.45 am.

Background Details Of The Seat

Set for a crucial showdown in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections on April 19, the constituency is witnessing heightened anticipation. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has nominated K Annamalai, the president of the Tamil Nadu party, as its candidate, who will compete against Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) leader Ganapathy P Rajkumar and All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam’s (AIADMK) Singai Ramachandran.

While the CPI(M) currently holds the seat in alliance with the DMK and seeks to solidify its position in the Kongu region, the DMK’s decision to field its candidate in Coimbatore, rather than supporting CPI(M), could significantly influence the voting dynamics. Traditionally, left parties have maintained a stronghold in the area, whereas the DMK has not secured the Coimbatore Lok Sabha seat since 1996.

The BJP has not been a notable contender in Coimbatore, winning the Lok Sabha seat once in 1999. This time, despite a slight decline in the party’s influence without an alliance with the AIADMK, prevailing dissatisfaction with the incumbent MP might work in its favour.