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Latest voter list released in districts

Madurai Bureau

Tirunelveli has 19,91,429 voters, including 9,96,283 men, 9,95,136 women and 10 transgenders

— Photos: A. Shaikmohideen and N. Rajesh.

REVISED:Collector M. Jayaraman (right) releasing the voter list in Tirunelveli on Friday. Collector Rajendra Ratnoo releasing it in Nagercoil and Collector C.N. Maheswaran releasing the list in Tuticorin.



TIRUNELVELI: Collector M. Jayaraman released the supplementary photo electoral rolls as 49,032 new eligible voters have been included in the list. As per this latest electoral rolls, the district has 19,91,429 voters, including 9,96,283 men, 9,95,136 women and 10 transgenders.

The following is the constituency-wise voters' strength: Sankarankovil (Reserve): Men – 95,392; Women – 95,254; Total – 1,90,646. Vasudevanallur (Reserve): Men – 93,420; Women – 92,020; Total – 1,85,440. Kadayanallur: Men – 1,08,444; Women – 1,06,209; Transgender – 1; Total – 2,14,654. Tenkasi: Men – 1,07,776; Women – 1,07,351; Transgender – 1; Total – 2,15,128. Alangulam: Men – 1,00,374; Women – 1,03,357; Total – 2,03,731. Tirunelveli: Men – 1,02,881; Women – 1,02,111; Transgender – 6; Total – 2,04,998. Ambasamudram: Men – 96,157; Women – 97,395; Total – 1,93,552.

Palayamkottai: Men – 98,688; Women – 98,991; Transgender - 2; Total – 1,97,681. Nanguneri: Men – 95,155; Women – 95,463; Total – 1,90,618. Radhapuram: Men – 97,996; Women - 96,985; Total – 1,94,981.

Nagercoil

Collector Rajendra Ratnoo released the voters list.

In a press release he said that the district administration had received 19,107 applications forms for inclusion. Of them, 17,244 eligible candidates were included and 1,863 applications rejected.

As per the new electoral list, the total number of voters in Kanyakumari segment was 2,37,410, 2,09,587 in Nagercoil segment, 2,25,836 in Colachel segment, 2,05,559 in Padmanabhapuram segment, 2,06,130 in Vilavancode constituency and 2,11,888 in Killiyur constituency.

The total number of voters in Kanyakumari district was 12,96,410, said the Collector.

Tuticorin

As many as 11,00,380 voters from various constituencies of Tuticorin district are eligible for casting votes in the forthcoming assembly elections. Collector and District Election Officer C.N. Maheswaran released the final roll of electors from six assembly constituencies at Sub Collector's Office here on Friday in the presence of Sub Collector and Returning Officer to Tuticorin Constituency, Sajjan Singh R. Chawan. After effecting the addition,  Viklathikulam  constituency has 87, 483 men and 87, 508 women; Tuticorin 1,06,494 men and 1,05,975 women; Tiruchendur 92,403 men  and 97,548 women; Srivaikuntam 85,558 men and 90,101 women; Ottapidaram (Reserve) 83,967 men and 82,910 women and Kovilpatti 89,920 men and 90,513 women. Of the constituencies, Tuticorin has the maximum number of electors. During January 10, 2011, the total number of electors was 10, 81, 736.

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