Congress Releases Candidates List for Puducherry Polls, Ex-CM Narayanasamy Doesn't Find Place

17th Mar,2021


Congress Releases Candidates List for Puducherry Polls, Ex-CM Narayanasamy Doesn't Find Place




In a delivery, the All India Congress Committee (AICC) declared the rundown of contender for 14 seats which fundamentally did exclude the name of Narayanasamy, whose administration fell a month ago after it lost the trust vote. While the possibility for 14 electorates were delivered, the chosen one for Yanam, a territory of Puducherry in Andhra Pradesh, has not been declared.

Puducherry: The Congress on Tuesday declared names of possibility for 14 seats for the April 6 Puducherry Assembly races however the rundown didn't contain the name of gathering veteran and previous boss pastor V Narayanasamy. The Congress, which heads the Secular Democratic Alliance in the association domain, was apportioned 15 of the 30 Assembly situates while its partner the DMK-was reserved 13 voting demographics. VCK and CPI, different constituents of the union, have been reserved one seat each.

In a delivery, the All India Congress Committee (AICC) declared the rundown of possibility for 14 seats which essentially did exclude the name of Narayanasamy, whose administration fell a month ago after it lost the trust vote. While the possibility for 14 supporters were delivered, the candidate for Yanam, a territory of Puducherry in Andhra Pradesh, has not been reported.

Previous Industries Minister M O H F Shah Jahan has been handled from Kamaraj Nagar. He had challenged the last survey in 2016 survey from Kalapet voting demographic which has been all things considered the customary seat for the Congress. PCC president A V Subramanian is challenging from his old neighborhood of Karaikal (north). Previous Ministers M Kandasamy and R Kamalakannan have been handled again in Embalam (saved) and Tirunallar in Karaikal individually.

The 14 seats are spread over Puducherry (10), Karaikal (three) and Mahe (one). In the mean time, the Bharatiya Janata Party which has been dispensed nine seats as a feature of the NDA, likewise delivered its rundown of up-and-comers.