On election day on April 6, Chandy looked weak and was waiting for his turn to cast his vote at his home turf Puthupally in Kottayam district aiming for his 12th successive electoral victory.
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Chandy stated this while interacting with the media after visiting the protest venue where hundreds of youth are on agitating for the past four weeks
Speaking to reporters, he said, “There is no question of shifting from Puthuppally.” “My life has blended with Puthuppally.
The two-time Kerala CM began his political career as a legislator after the 1970 Assembly polls. Then a greenhorn at 26, Chandy won his very first electoral battle and has been repeating the poll results in successive Assembly polls ever since.
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