According to the results of the Kerala by-election, Chandy Oommen, the candidate of the opposition Congress-UDF, won with a lead of more than 36,000 votes, according to a report by PTI citing sources in the Election Commission.
The party's reaction to Oommen's victory described it as a victory over the LDF's mismanagement and a total political triumph for the Congress.
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The astounding victory in the Puthuppally by-elections is a clear message to the Modi and Pinarayi Vijayan governments, according to Congress leader Ramesh Chennithala in a press conference. The people of Puthuppally have driven out both the BJP and the CPM.No Kerala by-election has ever had such a lopsided victory. The message is extremely straightforward.