Kerala has seen a massive increase in the number of people who have joined the political spectrum in the last decade, with the BJP winning the last state election, and the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party winning a majority in the state assembly.
Kerala’s population of 7.3 million people is the second-highest in India after the capital Delhi.
With a population of 1.1 million, Kerala has a population density of 1,904 people per square kilometer, according to the latest Census data.
According to the 2017 Census data, there were 5,828 people living in the State capital Kannur, which has a total population of about 8.6 million people.
This is more than five times the national population density in the same area, which is 2.3 people per sq.km.
In the last five years, the State has seen an increase in political activity, especially among the younger population.
Kerala’s younger population has seen the biggest increase in its participation in politics, with about 20 percent of all its 18-25 year-olds now voting in a local elections.
In 2017, Kannurtas primary elections were held in seven districts.
In three of these districts, the candidates were from the BJP, the Congress and the DMK.
In the other district, where the election was held in the southern region, the BJP won the seat.
In Kerala, the parties who won the most seats in the local elections in 2017 were the Bharatiyah Sangh, the Samajwadi Party, the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the CPI (Maoist).
These parties have won more than half of the seats in six of the nine districts.
However, the major parties of the Left Democratic Front (LDF) and other political parties have not yet come forward to contest the Assembly elections.
A Congress spokesman, in response to a question from The Hindu, said: “We are not looking to contest elections in 2019.”