Tiruppur legislative assembly election 2016 seat will witness a straight fight between DMK & AIADMK. Other parties that may influence the voters are BJP, BSP and IJK.
In the last assembly elections in 2011, this assembly segment had given the AIADMK a good lead. However, the situation in 2016 assembly election is completely different from the last assembly election.
The DMK, banking on the anti-incumbency factor of the ruling AIADMK has made significant impact on the voters of this constituency. The AIADMK is holding on to its ground with its slew of welfare schemes. It is difficult predict the outcome of the polls for which different categories of people will decide the verdict.
|Name of the Candidate||Party Name||Results|
|Point Mani N||BJP||7640|
|Basheer Ahamed M||SDPI||2547|
|Shanmugasundaram K||Naam Tamilar Katchi||2506|
|None of the Above||None of the Above||2445|
|Sayed Masnsoor Husain||PMK||1093|
|Mohamed Rafiq M||IND||320|
|Hariharan (A) Hariharasudan M||Gandhiya Makkal Iyakkam||208|
|Mohamed Gowas M||IND||135|
Tiruppur is the legislative assembly that includes the city, Tiruppur. Tiruppur assembly constituency was part of Coimbatore parliamentary constituency. It was a two-member constituency in 1952 election. Owing to the enormous urban agglomeration in the Tiruppur city, Tiruppur (State Assembly Constituency) is now bifurcated into Tiruppur North and Tiruppur South constituencies.
Tiruppur South assembly constituency is newly formed after constituency delimitations 2008. It is included in the Tiruppur parliamentary constituency. In 2011 election K. Thangavel of Communist Party of India (Marxist) won from here.