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The twelfth legislative assembly election of Tamil Nadu was held on May 10, 2001. All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (ADMK)-led front won the elections and its leader, J. Jayalalithaa was sworn in as Chief Minister, even though she could not legally run as MLA in this election. She was unanimously nominated as Chief Minister by her party and was ready to serve her second term. But due to criminal and corruption charges from her first term, on September 21, 2001, a five-judge constitutional bench of the Supreme Court of India ruled in a unanimous verdict that "a person who is convicted for a criminal offence and sentenced to imprisonment for a period of not less than two years cannot be appointed the Chief Minister of a State under Article 164 (1) read with (4) and cannot continue to function as such". Thereby, the bench decided that "in the appointment of Ms. Jayalalithaa as Chief Minister there has been a clear infringement of a Constitutional provision and that a writ of quo warranto must issue". In effect her appointment as Chief Minister was declared null and invalid with retrospective effect. Therefore, technically, she was not the Chief Minister in the period between May 14, 2001 and September 21, 2001. After her resignation on September 21, 2001, she put in O. Panneerselvam, as the official 13th Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, until she could clear up the charges from her first term, so she can take up the mantle of Chief Minister officially, on March 2, 2002.

Background and Coalition[edit]

The incumbent party, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, finished its full 5 terms, for the first time since winning the 1971 state assembly election. According to various sources and exit polls, the incumbent party was supposed to retain power, due to the popularity of its leader M. Karunanidhi. Due to the anti-incumbency factor, problems of development cited by the people in many areas of Tamil Nadu, and a broad coalition formed by ADMK, including Tamil Maanila Congress, who left the alliance of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), because they joined BJP and the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK), Indian National Congress and the left parties, the ADMK led front, with its leader J. Jayalalithaa, won by a landslide, sweeping across the state.[1]

The coalition at the ADMK led-center would prove to be short-lived, since in less than a year, Pattali Makkal Katchi, and its leader Dr. Ramdoss, left the coalition, citing authoritarian type rule by J. Jayalalithaa. Also the Tamil Maanila Congress, who proved to be an important ally for the victory of ADMK, would later merge with Indian National Congress, who would later support DMK led front in future elections. The left parties would also end up joining the DMK led front, leaving the ADMK after this election. No more election have been conducted by DMK.

Seat allotments[edit]

Source: Various Sources[2][3][4][5][6]

DMK-NDA Alliance[edit]

AIADMK-INC Alliance[edit]

Opinion polling[edit]

Exit polls[edit]

AgencyDatesResults
CNN-IBN - The Hindu11 May 2001 (Reported)AIADMK+: 125 seats (48% of the vote)
DMK+: 105 seats (47% of the vote)
Others: 4 seats (5% of the vote) [15]

Results[edit]

Results by Pre-Poll Alliance[edit]

Alliance/PartySeats wonChangePopular VoteVote %Adj. %
AIADMK+ alliance196+13814,043,98050.1%
AIADMK132+1278,815,38731.4%52.1%
TMC(M)23-151,885,7266.7%47.5%
PMK20+161,557,5005.6%46.8%
INC7+7696,2052.5%45.4%
CPI(M)6+4470,7361.7%48.2%
CPI5-3444,7101.6%48.5%
IND2+2103,9710.4%46.6%
AIFB1+139,2480.1%43.3%
MUL0-130,4970.1%41.7%
DMK+ alliance37-13810,841,15738.7%
DMK31-1428,669,86430.9%39.0%
BJP4+3895,3523.2%38.7%
MADMK2+1129,4740.5%37.1%
PT0355,1711.3%33.8%
MTD0257,1260.9%40.9%
PNK0196,7400.7%33.6%
MGRK0136,9160.5%40.8%
TB045,0020.2%40.0%
CNMK040,4210.1%32.4%
IND0115,0910.4%36.7%
Others13,192,59811.4%
MDMK01,304,4694.7%5.1%
IND11,509,3786.2%6.3%
Total23428,037,314100%

Note: Parties that contested under "rising-sun" or "two-leaves" symbol are listed as DMK or AIADMK respectively. Parties that ran their candidates as independents, (e.g. Indian Uzhavar Uzhaippalar Katchi and Thondar Congress in DMK alliance) are listed as IND for their respective alliance.
: Vote % reflects the percentage of votes the party received compared to the entire electorate that voted in this election. Adjusted (Adj.) Vote %, reflects the average % of votes the party received per constituency that they contested.

Constituency wise results[edit]

See also: Twelfth Assembly of Tamil Nadu

List of winners and runners-up by constituency

Assembly ConstituencyPartyWinnerRunner-upPartyMargin
Acharapakkam (SC)PMKA. Selvaraj**T. D. R. MurugesanDMK15,478
AlandurADMKB. ValarmathiR. VeerappanMGRK12,596
AlangudiADMKA. VenkadachalamS. A. SoosairajDMK16,731
AlangulamADMKP. G. RajendranAladi ArunaDMK4,111
AmbasamudramADMKM. Sakthivel MuruganR. AvudaiyappanDMK4,020
AnaicutADMKK. PanduranganG. MalarvizhiDMK21,051
AndhiyurPMKR. KrishnanP. SelvarasuDMK18,062
AndimadamPMKJ. GurunathanM. GnanamoorthyDMK27,002
AndipattiAIADMKThanga Tamil Selvan*P. AsaiyanDMK25,009
Anna NagarDMKArcot N. VeeraswamiC. ArumugamPMK5,578
Arkonam (SC)ADMKK. Bhavani KarunakaranR. RavishankarDMK20,256
ArantangiMADMKP. ArasanA. ChandrasekaranINC20,018
AravakurichiADMKE. A. Liyaudeen SaitLakshmi DuraisamyDMK18,326
ArcotADMKP. NeelakandanA. K. SundaramoorthyDMK17,707
AriyalurADMKP. ElavazhaganT. A. KathiravanDMK10,379
ArniADMKK. RamachandranA. C. ShanmugamPNK13,482
AruppukottaiADMKK. K. SivasamyThangam ThennarasuDMK6,152
AthoorADMKP. K. T. NatarajaanI. PeriyasamyDMK3,606
AtturADMKA. K. MurugesanMu. Ra. KarunanidhiDMK24,745
Avanashi (SC)ADMKS. MahalingamM. Mohan KumarIND21,012
BargurADMKM. ThambiduraiE. G. SugavanamDMK49,306
BhavaniADMKK. C. KaruppannanJ. SudhanandhanPNK32,859
BhavanisagarADMKP. ChithambaramO. SubramaniamDMK10,275
BhuvanagiriINDP. S. ArulM. GopalakrishnanMTD3,764
BodinayakkanurADMKS. RamarajA. SudalaimuthuDMK11,278
ChengalpattuPMKK. ArumugamV. ViswanathanDMK5,149
Chengam (SC)INCM. Polur VaradhanR. ShamalaMTD12,277
ChepaukDMKM. KarunanidhiR. DamodharanINC4,834
CheranmahadeviADMKP. H. Paul Manoj PandianN. ChockalingamBJP10,975
CheyyarPMKP. S. UlagarakshaganR. K. P. RajarajanDMK12,085
ChidambaramDMKK. Saravanan DuraiT. ArivuselvanPMK11,915
ChinnasalemADMKP. MohanR. MookappanDMK9,112
Coimbatore EastTMCV. K. LakshmananN. R. NanjappanBJP3,211
Coimbatore WestINCS. MaheswariC. T. DhandapaniDMK10,091
ColachelADMKT. PachamalR. Sambath ChandraMDMK15,089
Coonoor (SC)TMCK. KandaswamyE. M. MahaliappanDMK16,644
CuddaloreDMKE. PugazhendiP. R. S. VenkatesanTMC(M)34
CumbumTMCO. R. RamachandranN. K. R. KrishnakumarBJP4,386
Dharapuram (SC)PMKV. SivakamiR. SaraswathiDMK22,152
DharmapuriPMKK. Pary MohanK. ManoharanDMK10,974
DindigulCPI(M)K. NagalakshimiM. Basheer AhmedDMK2,779
EdapadiPMKI. GanesanA. KandasamyDMK30,811
Egmore (SC)DMKParithi EllamvazhuthiB. John PandianADMK86
ErodeADMKK. S. ThennarasuN. K. K. PeriyasamyDMK24,440
GingeeADMKV. ElumalaiRajendranDMK29,086
GobichettipalayamADMKS. S. RamaneedharanV. P. ShanmugasundaramDMK28,945
GudalurADMKA. MillerM. PandiarajDMK32,693
GudiyathamADMKC. M. SuryakalaS. DuraisamyDMK24,324
GummidipundiADMKK. S. VijayakumarK. VenuDMK24,958
HarbourDMKK. AnbazhaganD. PandianCPI336
HarurCPIV. KrishnamoorthyD. PeriyasamyDMK33,479
HosurINCK. GopinathB. VenkatasamyBJP6,489
IlaiyangudiADMKV. D. NadarajanS. KannappanMTD4,682
JayankondamADMKS. AnnaduraiK. C. GanesanDMK25,010
KadaladiTMCS. BalakrishnanS. P. ThangavelanDMK6,115
KadayanallurADMKM. Subbiah PandianP. M. ShahulDMK1,244
KalasapakkamADMKS. RamachandranP. S. ThiruvengadamDMK28,890
KancheepuramADMKT. MythiliA. SekarDMK23,603
Kandamangalam (SC)ADMKV. SubramanianE. VijayaraghavanDMK22,628
KangayamADMKM. SelviN. Rajkumar MandradiarDMK11,274
KanniyakumariADMKN. ThalavaisundaramN. Suresh RajanDMK9,536
KapilamalaiPMKA. R. MalaiyappasamyS. GandhiselvanDMK4,312
KaraikudiBJPH. RajaS. P. UdayappanTMC(M)1,651
KarurINCT. N. SivasubramanianVasuki MurugesanDMK23,438
KatpadiDMKDurai MuruganA. K. NatarajanPMK8,002
Kattumannarkoil (SC)DMKP. VallalperumanR. SachidanandamINC16,517
KaveripattinamADMKK. P. MunusamyV. C. GovindasamiDMK18,517
KilliyoorTMCD. KumaradasC. SanthakumarBJP13,760
KinathukadavuADMKS. DamodaranM. ShanmugamDMK33,780
Kolathur (SC)ADMKA. KaruppayeePalaniappanPT46,899
KovilpattiCPIS. RajendranK. RajaramDMK9,039
KrishnagiriADMKV. GovindarasuT. SenguttuvanDMK21,773
Krishnarayapuram (SC)ADMKSasikalaS. PeriyasamyDMK21,549
KulithalaiADMKA. PappasundaramD. ThirunavukkarasuDMK16,766
KumbakonamDMKKo. Si. ManiRama RamanathanADMK6,496
KurinjipadiDMKM. R. K. Panneer SelvamK. SivasubramanianADMK23,863
KuttalamADMKNatarajanP. KalyanamDMK2,644
LalgudiADMKS. M. BalanK. N. NehruDMK1,610
Madurai CentralTMCM. A. HakkemS. PaulrajDMK147
Madurai EastCPI(M)N. NanmaranV. VelusamuDMK5,304
Madurai WestADMKValarmathi JebarajP. T. R. Palanivel RajanDMK708
MaduranthakamADMKP. VasudevanS. D. UgamchandDMK11,694
ManamaduraiTMCK. ParamalaiS. P. KirubanidhiBJP20,857
Mangalore (SC)DMKV. GanesanS. PuratchimaniTMC(M)1,855
MannargudiCPIV. SivapunniyamS. GnanasekaranBJP20,190
MarungapuriADMKV. A. ChelliahB. M. SenguttuvanDMK25,272
MayiladuturaiBJPJaga VeerapandianR. SelvarajADMK2,452
MetturADMKS. SundarambalP. GopalDMK8,135
MelmalaiyanurADMKR. TamilmozhiA. GnanasekaranDMK24,587
MelurAIADMKR. SamySamayanallur S. SelvarajDMK26,838
MettupalayamADMKA. K. SelvarajB. Arun KumarDMK41,078
ModakkurichiADMKP. C. RamasamiSubbulakshmi JegadeesanDMK34,212
MorappurADMKP. PalaniappanE. V. RajasekaranDMK23,316
MudukulathurADMKK. PatinetampatianS. PandianMTD2,669
MugaiyurADMKG. GothandaramanA. G. SampathDMK10,341
MusiriADMKC. MalligaS. VivekandanDMK1,994
MylaporeBJPK. N. LakshmananV. MaitreyanADMK6,047
NagapattinamADMKR. JeevananthamS. P. ThangaiyaDMK16,717
NagercoilMADMKAustinM. MosesTMC(M)3,662
NamakkalINCK. JeyakumarS. AhilanPT28,992
NanguneriADMKS. ManickarajV. RamachandranMTD9,161
Nannilam (SC)TMCC. K. AmizharasanP. SakthivelDMK19,212
NathamADMKR. ViswanathanKu. Pa. KrishnanTB10,602
NatrampalliPMKS. NatarajanT. AnbazhaganMGRK12,088
NellikkuppamADMKM. C. SampathV. C. ShanmughamDMK7,382
NilakottaiADMKG. AnbazhaganK. AyyarPT31,494
OddanchatramDMKA. R. A. ChakkarapaniA. T. SellasamyADMK1,369
OmalurADMKS. SemmalaiEra. RajendranDMK31,602
OrathanadADMKR. VaithilingamP. RajamanickamDMK19,844
OttapidaramADMKA. SivaperumalK. KrishnasamyPT651
PadmanabhapuramADMKK. P. RaajendraprasadC. VelayudhanBJP2,774
PalacodeAIADMKK. P. AnbalaganG. L. VenkatachalamDMK40,232
PalaniADMKM. ChinnasamyT. PoovendhanDMK20,487
PalayamkottaiDMKT. P. M. Mohideen KhanS. Muthu KaruppanADMK14,748
PalladamADMKS. M. VelusamyS. S. PonmudiDMK32,474
PallipattuADMKP. M. NarasimhanM. ChakravarthyBJP28,240
PanamarathupattiADMKVijayalakshmi PalanisamyS. R. SivalingamDMK42,350
PanrutiPMKT. VelmuruganV. RamaswamyDMK5,048
PapanasamTMCM. RamkumarS. KalyanasundaramDMK6,632
Paramakudi (SC)TMCR. RamprabhuS. ChelliahPT5,807
Park TownTMCS. G. VinayagamurthiT. RajendharDMK6,377
PattukkottaiTMCN. R. RengarajanP. BalasubramanianDMK6,950
PennagaramPMKG. K. ManiK. N. PeriannanIND14,396
Perambalur (SC)ADMKP. RajarethinamS. VallabanDMK20,004
Perambur (SC)CPI(M)K. MahendranChengai SivamDMK17,223
PeravuraniTMCS. V. Thirugnana SambandhamKuzha ChelliahDMK28,659
PeriyakulamADMKO. Panneer SelvamM. AbuthahirDMK17,920
PeranamallurADMKA. K. S. AnbalaganB. BoseMTD8,359
Pernambut (SC)ADMKS. C. KanagatharaS. Thondral NayaganBJP28,855
PerunduraiADMKK. S. PalanisamyN. GovindasamyCNMK31,712
PerurADMKM. A. P. A. Krishnakumar (Rohini)N. NageswariDMK35,264
PollachiADMKV. JayaramanR. Tamil ManiDMK32,404
PolurADMKNalini ManoharanC. ElumalaiDMK10,807
PongalurADMKP. V. DamodaranK. ChellamuthuIND21,815
Ponneri (SC)CPIA. S. KannanK. SundaramDMK27,390
PoombuharADMK
Election map of results based on parties. Colours are based on the results table on the left

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