Vellore election Result 2019 Live vote counting Updates: DMK Maintains Lead over AIADMK: The counting of votes for the Vellore Lok Sabha constituency has started at 8 am on Friday. However, there is total number of 28 candidates fighting in election from Vellore but the main battle is between AIADMK’s AC Shanmugam and DMK’s DM Kathir Anand. The officials said that the counting has started at a centre set up on the premises of an engineering college along with three-tier security paraphernalia.
Vellore by-election Result 2019
The voting for Vellore was held on 5th August, however, the poll to the Vellore Lok Sabha seat was originally scheduled to be held in the month of April together with some other seats in Tamil Nadu, but it was then further cancelled following tax raids and cash seizures and the election was withdrawn in Vellore by EC.
The money was recovered from DMK candidate’s warehouse and Election Commission acted after police filed complaint against DMK candidate Kathir Anand. He was then charged under the Representation of People’s Act for giving wrong information.
Coming back to Vellore Lok Sabha election results, there is going to be total number of 21 rounds of counting.
Vellore Lok Sabha by-election results 2019 Vote counting Live Updates:
Vellore poll enters its final stage, Kathir Anand leads with 8,000 votes
Vellore poll has entered its final stages as the counting for the 19th round endd. DMK’s Kathir Anand is leading the battle with a margin of 8,460 votes. Only 12,588 votes are left to be counted. According to reports, while Vellore, Vaniyambadi and KV Kuppam voters have favored DMK, the ruling party has captured Anaikattu Assembly segment.
DMK candidate crosses 4 lakh votes
DMK candidate Kathir Anand has polled over 4 lakh votes. So far, Anand has secured 4,04,044 for the DMK, while AIADMK’s AC Shanmugam is lagging behind at 3,93,242. NTK’s Deepalakshmi has 22,003 votes in her favour.
Trend flips in favour of AIADMK in Anaikattu Assembly region
With 19 rounds of counting done at Anaikattu, AIADMK has taken the lead by a margin of 9538 votes. AIADMK’s AC Shanmugam secured 88,769 votes while DMK’s Kathir Anand: 79,231 got votes
Anand solidifies lead with margin of 11,000 votes
With only 20,000 votes remaining to be counted, DMK candidate Kadir Anand is leading with 11,644 votes.
Trends juggle between AIADMK, DMK
13:24 IST Friday, 9 August 2019
This election is now really close that anything can happen within few minutes. As DMK candidate was taking lead but now AIADMK has pulled back and Anand’s lead is down to around 11,000.
So far, DMK candidate DM Kathir Anand has 4,04,044 votes and AIADMK candidate AC Shanmugam has 3,93,242, as per to the Election Commission website. Remarkably the third-placed candidate has got more than 22 thousand votes so far.
12:48 IST Friday, 9 August 2019
DMK candidate has taken a huge lead forward with a difference of nearly 15,000 votes and AIADMK on the other hand is trying to close in the gap. There are still around 4 lakh votes which are yet to be counted. So anything can change in next few hours.
12:15 IST Friday, 9 August 2019
In the last 45 minutes the race has completely took a new turn. AIADMK is now closing the difference in votes as now DMK is leading by almost 13,000 votes. However, there are still lot of rounds to go so we can’t expect anything exactly till the end.
11:32 IST Friday, 9 August 2019
This race is now taking a turn for AIADMK candidate as DMK is now pulling back as its candidate DM Kathir Anand has 3,15,448 votes so far while AIADMK candidate has 2,99,368 votes so far. It would be interesting to see how the trend pans out in the next hour or so.
11:00 IST Friday, 9 August 2019
The leading contenders of the total 28 candidates in the fray are AIADMK’s A C Shanmugam (chief of Puthiya Neethi Katchi, an ally of the ruling party) and DMK’s D M Kathir Anand. Current lead is over 14,000 votes for AIADMK candidate.
10:39 IST Friday, 9 August 2019
As the counting started of votes, AC Shanmugam of AIADMK has taken the lead by 12,000 votes. AIADMK candidate has got 51,869 votes and DMK candidate has got 50,446 votes. There is a few votes of difference which is just 1,423 votes.
Counting of votes for the Vellore Lok Sabha constituency began at 8 am on Friday at a centre set up on the premises of an engineering college here, with three-tier security paraphernalia, officials said.The poll to the Vellore Lok Sabha seat, originally scheduled to be held in April alongside some other seats in Tamil Nadu, was canceled following tax raids here and cash seizures.