Tamilnadu assembly elections Chennai constituency Egmore election results till 2011


Get to know the details about the Assembly elections results of Chennai constituency Egmore from 1977. In this resource I have covered the important details like the member contested form Chennai Egmore constituency , who lost and who won from 1977 to till date. Read more about Tamilnadu assembly elections 2011 in detail.

Assembly elections Chennai constituency Egmore 2011


Egmore in Chennai is a state assembly constituency of Tamil Nadu. Get to know the assembly elections winner list of Egmore from 1977

• In the year 2006 ELAMVAZHUTHI (DMK) won against his opponent SATHYA, C.E (MDMK).The percentage of votes polled against both of them is 48.48 & 40.31 respectively.

• In the year 2001 ELAMVAZHUTHI (DMK) won against his opponent B.JOHN PANDIAN (ADMK). The percentage of votes polled against both of them is 47.69 & 47.57 respectively.

• In the year 1996 ELAMVAZHUTHI (DMK) Won against his opponent N.S. LAKSHMI,N. (INC). The percentage of votes polled against both of them is 72.57 & 19.72 respectively.

• In the year 1991 ELAMVAZHUTHI (DMK) Won against his opponent S. YASODHA D (INC). The percentage of votes polled against both of them is 50.47 & 47.84 respectively.

• In the year 1989 ELAMVAZHUTHI (DMK) won against his opponent POLUR VARADHAN (INC)). The percentage of votes polled against both of them is 49.8 & 22.34 respectively.

• In the year 1984 BALAN, S. (DMK) Won against his opponent SRI RAMULU K. R (INC). The percentage of votes polled against both of them is 51.84 & 47.41 respectively.

• In the year 1980 ELLAYAPERUMAL,L (INC I) Won against his opponent SIVANESAN,D.R (INC U). The percentage of votes polled against both of them is 61.19 & 37.55 respectively.

• In the year 1977 S.MANIMUDI (DMK) Won against his opponent K. DEIVASIGAMANI (ADK) The percentage of votes polled against both of them are 38.6 & 28.02 respectively.


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