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Kerala Lok Sabha Election Result

In the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) emerged victorious in Kerala, winning 18 out of 20 seats. This marks a significant success for the UDF, breaking the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) electoral drought in the state, with the BJP securing its first seat by winning in Thrissur.

Rahul Gandhi retained his seat in the Wayanad constituency, along with several other sitting MPs from Congress and its allies. Notably, actor-turned-politician Suresh Gopi, the BJP candidate, won the Thrissur seat by a comfortable margin of 74,686 votes, defeating V.S. Sunil Kumar of the Left Democratic Front (LDF) and K. Muraleedharan of the UDF​.

Hibi Eden won by a record margin of 2,50,385 votes, the third-highest margin for an MP from the State this time. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi won by a margin of 3,64,422 votes in the Wayanad constituency and Indian Union Muslim League leader E.T. Muhammed Basheer won by a margin of 3,00,118 votes in the Malappuram constituency.
Candidate from Indian Union Muslim League: DR. M.P Abdussamad Samadani won with a remarkable margin of 235760 votes.
Candidate from Kerala Congress: ADV K Francis George won by a comfortable margin of 87266 votes. Candidates from the Revolutionary Socialist Party: N K Premachandran won with a remarkable margin of 150,302 votes.
Candidate from the Communist Party of India (Marxist): K.Radhakrishnan won by 20111 votes.
Candidates from Congress – K Sudhakaran won by the highest margin of 108982 votes, Shafi Parambil won by a noteworthy margin of 114506 votes, MK Raghavan won by the highest margin of 146176 votes, VK Sreekandan won with a comfortable margin of 75283 votes, Benny Behanan won with a comfortable margin of 63754 votes, Dean Kuriakose won with the highest margin of 133727 votes, KC Venugopal won with a comfortable margin of 63513 votes, Kodikunnil Suresh won by 10868 votes, Anto Antony won with a comfortable margin of 66119 votes, Rajmohan Unnithan won by a comfortable margin of 100649 votes, Adoor Prakash won by 684 votes, and Shashi Tharoor won by a comfortable margin of 16077 votes – emerged victorious in their respective constituencies.

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