Local body polls in Madhavaram, Zone 3: Wards, candidates and issues

A useful compiler for residents of Zone 3, comprised of areas such as Madhavaram and Puzhal, as they get set to vote on February 19th

Zone snapshot:

Wards –  22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33

Population – 177148  (2013)

Number of polling stations – 191

To locate your polling stationhttps://tnsec.tn.nic.in/tn_election_urban2021/find_your_polling_station.php

To locate your ward and zonehttps://chennaicorporation.gov.in/gcc/citizen-details/location-service/find_zone.jsp

Issues in the zone:

  • Poor stormwater drain networks area persistent issue in the zone. The recent rain left many areas in the zone marooned after the release of water from the Redhills reservoir. Better, well-connected stormwater drain network would prevent water-logging.
  • Basic civic amenities are not available for residents of the ward who do not have patta despite residing in the zone for many years. 
  • Public transport services are inadequate for the demand that exists in the area and there is poor connectivity by bus for the rest of the city. Mini bus services have also been discontinued. 
  • Traffic congestion is an issue on arterial roads such as Paper Mills road being used by many commuters during peak hours. Regulation measures have not reduced the congestion.
  • Dumping of garbage in Puzhal lake is a key concern that has not been addressed for many years. Dumping of waste along the bund has gone unchecked despite complaints from residents.
puzhal lake
Dumping of garbage along the bund of the Puzhal lake an issue. Pic: Wikimedia Commons (CC BY:SA 2.0)

Read more: Retteri lake: The ‘heart of the community’ that citizens are fighting to save


Ward 22

Ward boundaries: http://www.stationeryprinting.tn.gov.in/extraordinary/2018/408_Ex_VI_2.pdf

Name of Previous Councillor:  Umamageshvari

Reservation: Scheduled Castes (General)

Candidates for Urban Local Body Election 2022:

CandidateParty
TheerthiINC
SocratesADMK
ArpudharajAMMK
GauthamPMK
AnbukannanNTK
PrabhudasBJP

For a complete list of candidates for Ward 22, refer to the website of the State Election Commission here

Ward 23

Ward boundaries: http://www.stationeryprinting.tn.gov.in/extraordinary/2018/408_Ex_VI_2.pdf

Name of Previous Councillor:  A. Agila

Reservation: None

Candidates for Urban Local Body Election 2022:

CandidateParty
Mohammad AliDMK
SundaramADMK
RaviAMMK
BalajiMNM
Vimal rajPMK
Kadher HassanNTK
VenkatappaBJP

For a complete list of candidates for Ward 23, refer to the website of the State Election Commission here

Ward 24

Ward boundaries: http://www.stationeryprinting.tn.gov.in/extraordinary/2018/408_Ex_VI_2.pdf

Name of Previous Councillor:  T.T.Subramani

Reservation: Scheduled Castes (General)

Candidates for Urban Local Body Election 2022:

CandidateParty
AntonyDMK
SettuADMK
KumarAMMK
AmsaveniPMK
Jagadish SundarNTK
VenkatesanBJP

For a complete list of candidates for Ward 24, refer to the website of the State Election Commission here

Ward 25

Ward boundaries: http://www.stationeryprinting.tn.gov.in/extraordinary/2018/408_Ex_VI_2.pdf

Name of Previous Councillor:  P.Vadhana

Reservation: None

Candidates for Urban Local Body Election 2022:

CandidateParty
NandhagopalDMK
SenthilkumarADMK
MaheshkumarAMMK
GnanaprakasamPMK
ShankarNTK
VijayanBJP

For a complete list of candidates for Ward 25, refer to the website of the State Election Commission here

Ward 26

Ward boundaries: http://www.stationeryprinting.tn.gov.in/extraordinary/2018/408_Ex_VI_2.pdf

Name of Previous Councillor:  D.Velayudham

Reservation: Women (General)

Candidates for Urban Local Body Election 2022:

CandidateParty
Asna MarishiyaDMK
GomathiADMK
VelammalAMMK
SumathiPMK
ChandraNTK
LathaBJP

For a complete list of candidates for Ward 26, refer to the website of the State Election Commission here


Read more: Puzhal Pakkam Paatu: When old friends from Chennai went to jail


Ward 27

Ward boundaries: http://www.stationeryprinting.tn.gov.in/extraordinary/2018/408_Ex_VI_2.pdf

Name of Previous Councillor:  M.Kannadasan

Reservation: None

Candidates for Urban Local Body Election 2022:

CandidateParty
ChandranDMK
ManokaranADMK
ArumugamAMMK
DineshPMK
RamachandranNTK
SudalaiyandiBJP

For a complete list of candidates for Ward 27, refer to the website of the State Election Commission here

Ward 28

Ward boundaries: http://www.stationeryprinting.tn.gov.in/extraordinary/2018/408_Ex_VI_2.pdf

Name of Previous Councillor:  E.Chandrasekaran

Reservation: Scheduled Castes (Women)

Candidates for Urban Local Body Election 2022:

CandidateParty
KanimozhiDMK
KavithaADMK
ThamizhselviPMK
TamilselviNTK
IndiraBJP

For a complete list of candidates for Ward 28, refer to the website of the State Election Commission here

Ward 29

Ward boundaries: http://www.stationeryprinting.tn.gov.in/extraordinary/2018/408_Ex_VI_2.pdf

Name of Previous Councillor:  T.Karikalachozan

Reservation: None

Candidates for Urban Local Body Election 2022:

CandidateParty
KarthikeyanDMK
EthirajanADMK
MuthuvelAMMK
SaravananMNM
PerumalPMK
MuralirajanNTK
KarpagamBJP

For a complete list of candidates for Ward 29, refer to the website of the State Election Commission here

Ward 30

Ward boundaries: http://www.stationeryprinting.tn.gov.in/extraordinary/2018/408_Ex_VI_2.pdf

Name of Previous Councillor:  T.Dhakshinamurthy

Reservation: None

Candidates for Urban Local Body Election 2022:

CandidateParty
DuraisamyDMK
KandharajADMK
MadhavanAMMK
AravindMNM
PrasadPMK
JayarajNTK
KumarBJP

For a complete list of candidates for Ward 30, refer to the website of the State Election Commission here

Ward 31

Ward boundaries: http://www.stationeryprinting.tn.gov.in/extraordinary/2018/408_Ex_VI_2.pdf

Name of Previous Councillor:  V.Ramani

Reservation: Scheduled Castes (Women)

Candidates for Urban Local Body Election 2022:

CandidateParty
SangeethaINC
AnbumaniADMK
PremaAMMK
AmsaveniPMK
BhanuNTK
VaidheesawriBJP

For a complete list of candidates for Ward 31, refer to the website of the State Election Commission here

Ward 32

Ward boundaries: http://www.stationeryprinting.tn.gov.in/extraordinary/2018/408_Ex_VI_2.pdf

Name of Previous Councillor:  P.Shankar

Reservation:  None

Candidates for Urban Local Body Election 2022:

CandidateParty
EzhumalaiDMK
DillibabuADMK
ManoharanAMMK
PazhaniPMK
SabarinathanNTK
SujathaBJP

For a complete list of candidates for Ward 32, refer to the website of the State Election Commission here

Ward 33

Ward boundaries: http://www.stationeryprinting.tn.gov.in/extraordinary/2018/408_Ex_VI_2.pdf

Name of Previous Councillor:  I.Shanthi

Reservation:  Women (General)

Candidates for Urban Local Body Election 2022:

CandidateParty
GunasundariDMK
VijayalakshmiADMK
ManjuAMMK
PadminiPMK
PriyankaNTK
SuseelaBJP

For a complete list of candidates for Ward 33, refer to the website of the State Election Commission here

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