List of Polling Stations in Chennai TamilNadu Assembly Elections 2011


This article gives you a complete list of the assemblies and polling stations in Chennai city. You can get information about polling station area if you are living in Chennai. Read below to get more information.

List of Polling Stations in Chennai TamilNadu Assembly Elections 2011


TamilNadu is going to polls on April 13, 2011. Chennai, capital city of TamilNadu is one of the important district that all the political parties will be looking eagerly in this election. Chennai city consists of 16 assemblies and 3225 polling stations going to polls in the TamilNadu Assembly Election 2011. Below you can find the complete list of polling stations in Chennai city.

Assembly Name: DR.RADHAKRISHNAN NAGAR
No of Polling Stations: 218

Assembly Name: PERAMBUR
No of Polling Stations: 230

Assembly Name: KOLATHUR
No of Polling Stations: 195

Assembly Name: VILLIVAKKAM
No of Polling Stations: 212

Assembly Name: THIRU-VI-KA-NAGAR (SC)
No of Polling Stations: 174

Assembly Name: EGMORE (SC)
No of Polling Stations: 178

Assembly Name: ROYAPURAM
No of Polling Stations: 166

Assembly Name: HARBOUR
No of Polling Stations: 157

Assembly Name: CHEPAUK-THIRUVALLIKENI
No of Polling Stations: 184

Assembly Name: THOUSAND LIGHTS
No of Polling Stations: 203

Assembly Name: ANNA NAGAR
No of Polling Stations: 216

Assembly Name: VIRUGAMPAKKAM
No of Polling Stations: 227

Assembly Name: SAIDAPET
No of Polling Stations: 208

Assembly Name: THIYAGARAYANAGAR
No of Polling Stations: 187

Assembly Name: MYLAPORE
No of Polling Stations: 220

Assembly Name: VELACHERY
No of Polling Stations: 250


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