When campaign ends, who all are keeping hope?

The public campaigning for the Assembly polls ended by 6 pm on Saturday. On the final hours candidates were seen involved in a frantic race to meet as many voters as possible and solicit their support. The polling is on 16 May, Monday. In the longest electioneering, lasting more than two months, Kerala witnessed in recent times, both traditional methods and new generation media were used by the candidates. Some of the parties enlisted the help of advertising/PR agencies to make their campaigns more effective. National leaders, including the prime minister and several union ministers, campaigned in Kerala. Super Prime Time discusses Kerala Polls with MV Govindan Master, Bindhu Krishna, B Radhakrishna Menon and NP Chekutti.

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