Tamil Nadu Election: The total number of voters in Tamil Nadu is 6.26 crores. There are 3,18,28,727 female voters and 3,08,38,473 male voters. In this state with 6 crore voters, only two faces were ruling for the last five decades.
K. Palaniswami, Kamal Haasan, MK Stalin
Whenever elections are held in Tamil Nadu, two personalities will always be remembered, one of them is Jayalalithaa and the other is M. Karunanidhi. While Jayalalithaa was the head of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIDMK), Karunanidhi was the head of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK). For the last five decades, only two parties have been in power in this state. Or rather, two faces have been taking the reins of the state in their hands. Here elections have always been fought on the strength of the faces, the party’s participation in elections was only nominal. People of Tamil Nadu have always voted for either Jayalalithaa or Karunanidhi. Like after the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, there has been a situation of BJP in the whole country, where people vote not for the candidate, not the Bharatiya Janata Party, but only Narendra Modi. This means that no matter who the candidate is, the vote is given by looking directly at the face of the chief.
But after the death of Jayalalitha in 2016, when a miraculous face disappeared from the state, people felt that Karunanidhi’s government would come to the state in the next assembly elections, but Karunanidhi also died in 2018 before the elections. That is, now in Tamil Nadu, the two parties have the same table. It was amazing that Karunanidhi and Jayalalithaa, who were always political enemies, had fought each other in the assembly elections from the beginning to the end and even after fighting the last one. There is neither Jayalalithaa nor Karunanidhi in the 2021 assembly elections, now the election has been held directly between the two parties. Therefore, the public is also confused this time about who should be entrusted with the power of the state.
There will be a big fight in this time assembly elections
This time the fight in the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections is triangular, on one side where the Bharatiya Janata Party and AIDMK are together fighting the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections. On the other hand, Congress party and DMK are ready to contest elections. But this time actor-turned-politician Kamal Haasan is also in the fray. His party Makkal Nidhi Mayyam (MNM) is contesting the assembly elections for the first time. This party, formed 3 years ago, has been successful to some extent in making its grip in the state. The people of Tamil Nadu have become used to face since last 50 years. The people there have always been choosing one face as their leader, so this is a good opportunity for Kamal Haasan when he can make himself the new face of Tamil Nadu.
There has been a lot of enthusiasm among the people of Tamil Nadu about films, that is why the actors / actresses who came out of the film have ruled in the politics of Tamil Nadu for the last several decades. Whether it is Jayalalithaa or M Karunanidhi, both have backgrounds in Tamil films. If seen accordingly, Kamal Haasan is also a superstar of Bollywood including Tamil films. People who like him in Tamil Nadu are in every household, but whether this choice will also be converted into their votes, it will definitely be a thing to see.
Who can become the chief minister
This time when both the miraculous faces are not there in the Tamil Nadu assembly elections, then big leaders of all parties are in the race to become the Chief Minister. While Palaniswami from AIDMK is in the race for Chief Minister, MK Stalin from DMK is desperate to become Chief Minister. Let me tell you MK Stalin is the son of M Karunanidhi and the head of DMK. If the DMK performs well in the state, then only Chief Minister MK Stalin will be formed. On the other hand, if we talk about Makkal Nidhi Mayyam (MNM), its chief Kamal Haasan is the chief ministerial candidate. Although the party will win so many seats that Kamal Haasan will become the Chief Minister of the state, there is very little hope. But the election is held in the hands of the public, who can hand over the keys of their state to whomever they want.
The Bharatiya Janata Party is also putting great emphasis in the south this time. The BJP wants to take full advantage of the absence of faces like Jayalalithaa and M Karunanidhi, and with the help of big faces like Narendra Modi, it wants to wave its flag at the fort of the south. If someone from the Bharatiya Janata Party becomes the Chief Minister here, then he can be BJP state president L Murugan Dharapuram. It is a little difficult to guess about the Congress because the Congress party’s situation in Tamil Nadu is not looking so good that it will be able to make any of its leaders the Chief Minister.
6.26 crore voters, who will choose their leader
The total number of voters in Tamil Nadu is 6.26 crores. There are 3,18,28,727 female voters and 3,08,38,473 male voters. With this, 7,246 third gender voters are also included in this list. In this state with 6 crore voters, only two faces have been ruling for the last five decades, this time it is going to be very difficult for these 6 crore voters to choose a new face. However, if seen in the true sense, it is between MK Stalin of DMK and Palaniswami of AIDMK. Because the heirs of both the miraculous faces are the only two leaders in Tamil Nadu at this time. The party which won 118 assembly seats in this state becomes the Chief Minister of this place. We can absolutely say that the magic figure of this state with 234 assembly seats is 118. In Tamil Nadu, voting will begin this time from 6 April 2021 and votes will be cast for the last time on 24 May 2021. The decision of this state with 234 assembly seats will be decided on May 2, 2021, after the results of the election.
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