Indian National Congress may have to wait for another 5 years to be in power in Kerala, but here is a look at winners from the party

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Indian National Congress may have to wait for another 5 years to be in power in Kerala, but here is a look at winners from the party
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The Indian National Congress (INC) has won 21 seats out of 140 constituencies in the assembly elections in Kerala, as per the data available with the Election Commission of India (ECI).

Kerala’s former chief minister Oommen Chandy won in Puthupally with 61606 votes with a vote share of just over 48%.

Ramesh Chennithala, the leader of opposition, won in Haripad with a 48.3% vote share.

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Here is a full list of all INC candidates who have won:
AluvaAnwar Sadath
AngamalyRoji M. John
ChalakudyT. J. Saneesh Kumar Joseph
ErnakulamT. J. Vinod
HaripadRamesh Chennithala
IrikkurSajeev Joseph
KalpettaT. Siddique
KarunagapallyC. R. Mahesh
KottayamThiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan
KovalamM. Vincent
KundaraP. C. Vishnunath
MuvattupuzhaMathew Kuzhalnadan
ParavurV. D. Satheesan
PalakkadShafi Parambil
PeravoorSunny Joseph
PerumbavoorEldhose Kunnappilly
PuthuppallyOommen Chandy
Sulthan BatheryI. C. Balakrishnan
ThrikkakaraP. T. Thomas
ThrippunithuraK. Babu
WandoorA. P. Anil Kumar


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