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Karnataka Legislative Council Election 2015 Results : Congress wins 13 seats | BJP wins 6 seats | JDS wins 4 seat | Others wins 2 seats.

Karnataka Elections– Updates and Results

Karnataka Latest News And Updates

December 30, 2015 06:17 PM
While the Congress won three and Shiv Sena won two seats in the Maharashtra council elections, BJP managed to bag one seat only. In Karnataka, BJP c..... Read More
December 30, 2015 02:03 PM
As per the results trends, the ruling Congress is likely to win in more constituencies this time. The party, as per the latest results, is leading i..... Read More
December 30, 2015 10:49 AM
The counting of votes for elections to the 75-member Karnataka Legislative Council began today morning. Trends for the 25 seats are expected to be k..... Read More
August 26, 2015 10:32 AM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday hailed the BJP's win in the Bengaluru civic polls, describing the latest victory as the party's &quo..... Read More
August 26, 2015 10:29 AM
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) retained control of the 198-ward Bengaluru municipal corporation for a second successive term, winning 100 wards an..... Read More

Quick facts for Karnataka Elections

Parliamentary Constituencies28
Assembly Constituencies 225
Ruling PartyIndian National Congress
Opposition PartyBJP
Chief MinisterShri K. Siddaramaiah
GovernorVajubhai Vala
Chief Electoral OfficerAnil Kumar Jha
AddressNirvachana Nilaya, Maharani's College Circle, Sheshadri Road, Bangalore - 560 001


Karnataka MLC Election Results 2015

Local Authority ConstituencyWinnerPartyVotesRunner UpPartyVotes
BidarVijay SinghINC2329Sanjay Gurubasappa KheniBJP959
GulbargaB G PatilBJP3845Allamprabhu PatilINC3041
BijapurBasangouda R Patil (YATNAL)Ind4040G S NyamagoudaBJP2182
 S R PatilINC3362   
BelgaumVivekrao Vasant Rao PatilInd3029Veerkumar Appsao PatilINC1885
 Kavatagimath Mahantesh MallikharjunBJP2951   
Uttara KannadaGhotnekar Shrikant LaxmanINC1742Ganapati Dumma UlvekarBJP1005
DharwadMane ShrinivasINC3607B S Vageesh PrasadJD(S)224
 Pradeep ShettarBJP3254   
RaichurBasavaraj Patil ItagiINC3441Ameengada C V ChandrashekarBJP3113
BellaryK C KondaiahINC3098Channabasava Goud PatilBJP1500
Chitradurga G RaghuacharINC2651Naveen K SBJP2429
ShimogaR Prasanna KumarINC1800H N NiranjanJd(S)1366
Dakshina KannadaKota Shrinivas PoojariBJP2977K Jayaprakash HegdeInd872
 K Prapatchandra ShettyINC2237   
ChickamagalurPranesh M KBJP1238A V Gayatri ShanthegowdaINC923
HassanM A GopalaswamyINC2037Patel ShivaramJD(S)1823
TumkurKanthraj (BML)JD(S)2880Rajendra RajannaINC1801
MandyaN AppajigowdaJD(S)2302L R ShivaramegowdaINC1660
Bangalore RuralM NarayanaswamyINC1384Dodda BasavarajuBJP1302
BangaloreS RaviINC2267E KrishnappaJD(S)1889
KolarC R ManoharJD(S)3221M L Anil LumarINC2278
KodaguSunil Subramani M PBJP683H S Chandra MouliINC627
MysoreR DharmasenaINC3037R Raghu KautilyaBJP2045
 S Nagaraj (SANDESH Nagaraj)JD(S)2632  

BBMP Election Results 2015

Ward Wise Results
Ward NumberWard NameWinner CandidatesParty
1KempegowdaChandrammaBJP
3AtturNethra PallaviBJP
4Yelahanka SatelliteSathis MBJP
5JakkurK Munindra KumarBJP
9VidyaranyapuraKusuma HBJP
10DoddabommasandraJayalakshmi PillappaBJP
13MallasandraLokeshBJP
14BagalagunteK NarasimhaBJP
15T-DasarahalliUmadevi NagarajBJP
17J.P.ParkMamatha KBBJP
19Sanjay NagarIndira SubhashBJP
20Ganga NagarPramila AnandBJP
26Ramamurthy NagarPadmavathi SrinivasBJP
27BanasawadiPadmavathi SrinivasBJP
28KammanahalliMunilakshmammaBJP
29KacharakanahalliPadmanabha ReddyBJP
34GangenahalliM  NagarajuBJP
35Aramane NagarSumangala BBJP
36MathikereJayaprakash MCBJP
39ChokkasandraSarvamangala NagarajBJP
43Nandini LayoutKV Rajendra KumarBJP
45MalleshwaramN JayapalBJP
46Jayachamarajendra NagarGanesh Rao ManeBJP
51VijinapuraS RajuBJP
52K.R.PuramK PoornimaBJP
53BasavanapuraK Sundar RajBJP
57C.V.Raman NagarAruna RaviBJP
64RajamahalHemalatha Sathish SethBJP
65Kadu MalleshwaraManjunath RajuBJP
71HegganahalliBhagyamma KBJP
79Sarvagna NagarShashirekha MukundBJP
83KadugudiS MuniswamyBJP
85DoddanekkundiShwetha VijayakumarBJP
88Jeevanbhima NagarVeena KumariBJP
89JogupalyaGautham KumarBJP
93Vasanth NagarSampath KumarBJP
96OkalipuramV ShivaprakashBJP
97Dayananda NagarKumari PalanikanthBJP
100Basaveshwara NagarUmavathi PadmarajBJP
101KamakshipalyaPratima KS RameshBJP
104Govindraja NagaraUmesh ShettyBJP
105Agrahara DasarahalliShilpa G SridharBJP
108Sri RammandiraDeepa NageshBJP
109ChikpeteLeela ShivakumarBJP
111Shanthala NagarMB DwarakanathBJP
114AgaramBhavyaBJP
115VannarpetK ShivakumarBJP
119Dharmarayaswamy Temple WardPrathibha DhanrajBJP
123Vijay NagarSrilatha GopinathrajuBJP
124HosahalliR MahalakshmiBJP
125MarenahalliMadhukumari VageeshBJP
126Maruthi Mandira WardV Shantha KumariBJP
127MoodalapalyaDase GowdaBJP
128NagarabhaviMohan KumarBJP
129Jnanabharathi WardTejaswini SitaramaiahBJP
130UllaluSharada MunirajuBJP
132AttiguppeDr S RajuBJP
133Hampi NagarAnand HosurBJP
137RayapuramShashikala KeshavBJP
138ChalavadipalyaRekha KadireshBJP
142SunkenahalliDN RameshBJP
143VisvesvarapuramVani RaoBJP
146LakkasandraMahesh BabuBJP
149VarthurPushpa ManjunathBJP
150BellandurN Asha SureshBJP
155Hanumantha NagarKempegowdaBJP
156SrinagarM SavithaBJP
158Deepanjali NagarAnupama DharmapalBJP
159KengeriBV SatyanarayaBJP
160Rajarajeshwari NagarNalini ManjunathBJP
161HosakerehalliRajeshwarai CholrajBJP
162Giri NagarAV Nandini Vijay VittalBJP
163KatriguppeSangathi VenkateshBJP
164VidyapeethaShamala SaikumarBJP
165Ganeshmandira WardDH LakshmiBJP
166KarisandraYashoda LakshmikanthBJP
167YadiyuruPoornima RameshBJP
168Pattabhiram NagarHC Nagarathna MurthyBJP
169ByrasandraN NagarajuBJP
170Jayanagar EastR Govinda NaiduBJP
173JakkasandraSaraswathammaBJP
174HSR LayoutGurumurthy ReddyBJP
175BommanahalliC R Rajmohan RajuBJP
177J.P.NagarKN Lakshmi NatarajBJP
178SarakkiDeepika Manjunatha ReddyBJP
179Shakambari NagarM MalathiBJP
181Kumaraswamy LayoutL SrinivasBJP
182Padmanabha NagarL Shobha AnjanappaBJP
183ChikkalasandraSupriya ShekharBJP
184UttarahalliHanumantaiahBJP
185YelachenahalliV BalakrishnaBJP
186JaraganahalliBM ShobhaBJP
187PuttenahalliR Prabhavati RameshBJP
188BilekahalliK Narayan RajuBJP
189HongasandraBharathi RamachandraBJP
190MangammanapalyaShobha JagadishBJP
191SingasandraV ShanthaBJP
192BegurM AnjinappaBJP
193ArakereBhagyalakshmiBJP
194GottigereLalitha T NarayanBJP
195KonanakunteShashirekha JayaramBJP
196AnjanapurShobha GowdaBJP
2ChowdeshwariR Padmavati INC
6ThanisandraMamatha KMINC
7ByatarayanapuraP V ManjunathINC
8KodigehalliChethan KMINC
11Kuvempu NagarV Prathibha RajanINC
12ShettyhalliK NagabhushanINC
16JalahalliJN Srinivas MurthyINC
21HebbalAnand KumarINC
23NagavaraIrshad BegumINC
24HBR LayoutP AnandINC
25HoramavuRadhammaINC
30KadugondanahalliNoushir AhmadINC
33ManorayanapalyaAbdul WajidINC
37YeshwanthpurGK VenkateshINC
38H.M.TAsha SureshINC
40Dodda BidarkalluVasudeva SINC
41Peenya Industrial AreaLalitha ThimananjaiahINC
42Lakshmidevi NagarVelu NayakarINC
47DevarajeevanahalliSampathrajINC
48Muneshwara NagarSyed SazidaINC
49LingarajapuraLavanya GaneshINC
50BenniganahalliMeenakshiINC
54HoodiHariprasad ACINC
55DevasandraM N SrikanthINC
56A NarayanapuraV  SureshINC
58HosathippasandraShilpa KSINC
59Maruthiseva NagarHanna BhuvaneshwariINC
61S.K.GardenMohd Zameer ShahINC
62Ramaswamy PalyaNetravathi KrishnegowdaINC
63JayamahalM K GunashekharINC
66Subramanya NagarH ManjunathINC
68MahalakshmipuramS KeshavamurthyINC
72HerohalliRajannaINC
73KottigepalyaG Mohan KumarINC
75ShankaramataM ShivarajuINC
76Gayathri NagarChandrakala HarishINC
77Dattathreya TempleRS SatynarayanINC
78Pulikeshi NagarAR ZakirINC
81Vignana NagarSG NagarajINC
82GarudacharpalyaBN Nithish PurushothamINC
84HagadooruS Uday KumarINC
87HAL AirportN Manjunath INC
91Bharathi NagarShakeel AhmedINC
92Shivaji NagarFareedaINC
94Gandhi NagarRJ lalithaINC
95Subhash NagarL GovindarajuINC
98Prakash NagarPadmavathi GINC
99Rajaji NagarG KrishnamurthyINC
106Dr.Rajkumar WardRoopa RINC
107Shiva NagarManjula VijaykumarINC
110Sampangiram NagarR Vasanth KumarINC
116NeelasandraBalakrishnan GINC
117Shanthi NagarP SowmyaINC
118Sudam NagarRV YuvarajINC
120CottonpetD PramodINC
121BinnipetMahadevamma NagarajINC
131NayandanahalliM SavithaINC
134Bapuji NagarAzmal BeigINC
136Jagareevanram NagarSeema Althaf KhanINC
140ChamrajpetB Kokila ChandrashekhaINC
141Azad NagarM SujathaINC
145Hombegowda NagarD ChandrappaINC
147AdugodiManjulaINC
148EjipuraT RamachandraINC
151KoramangalaM ChandrappaINC
152SudduguntepalyaG ManjunathINC
153JayangarGangambike MallikarjunINC
154BasavangudiB S SatyanarayanaINC
157Gali Anjaneya Swamy Temple WardUma NINC
171GurappanapalyaMohammad Rizwan NawabINC
172MadiwalaBN Manjunath ReddyINC
180Banashankari Temple WardS Ansar PashaINC
197VasanthapuraShobha GowdaINC
198HemmigepuraArya SrinivasINC
60SagayapuramElumalaiIND
80Hoysala NagarAnand KumarIND
86MarathalliRameshIND
90UlsoorMamatha SaravanaIND
112DommalurLakshminarayanIND
122Kempapura AgraharaGayathriIND
18Radhakrishna TempleAnandJD-S
22VishwanathnagenahalliRajashekharanJD-S
31Kushal NagarUmme SalmaJD-S
32KavalbyrasandraNetra NarayanJD-S
44Marappana PalyaMahadev MJD-S
67NagapuraBadregowdaJD-S
69LaggereManjula NarayanaswamyJD-S
70Rajagopala NagarPadmavathi Narasimhamurthy JD-S
74Shakthiganapathi NagarGangamma RajannaJD-S
102VrushabhavathiSP HemalathaJD-S
103KaveripuraR Ramila JD-S
135PadarayanapuraImran PashaJD-S
139K.R.MarketNazima KhanamJD-S
176BTM LayoutK DevadasJD-S
113Konena AgraharaChandrappa ReddyOthers
144SiddapuraMuzahid PashaSDPI

Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) Election 2015

The 198 wards of the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) will go for polls on 22 August 2015. The State Election Commission of Karnataka announced the schedule for the elections to the civic body on 3 August. As per the schedule announced,
the candidates have got a week's time to file their nomination between 3 and 10 August. The nominations will be scrutinised on 11 August, while the candidates can withdraw their nominations latest by 13 August. The ballots can be cast within the BBMP area on 22 August from 7 am to 5 pm, and if necessary, the re-polling will take place on 24 August. The counting of ballots will be held on 25 August from 8am in the morning onwards.

According to the Karnataka State Election Commissioner, a total of 71,80,027 people are enlisted to cast their vote for the 198 wards. There are 37,68,498 men, 34,10,388 women and 1,141 other voters. A total of 6,733 polling booths have been identified by the election officials, wherein a maximum of 1,500 voters can cast their ballot at each booth.

About Karnataka Elections

Karnataka is a state that belongs to the southern part of India. This was established in the year 1956 on 1st of November. Since then every year on this day, the people of this state have marked this day as Rajyotsava and celebrate throughout the state with pomp and splendor. There are 30 districts within this state. The capital city of Karnataka is Bangalore and is also the largest city of this state. Bangalore is also known as Silicon City. The official language of this state is Kannada and the literacy level is 75.6%. The population of Karnataka is more than 61,000,000. Elections of this state are conducted as per the Constitution of India. The assembly of this state makes the laws regarding the matters of conducting of the local body elections in a unilateral way. But if there are any changes to be made by the state legislature with respect to the conducting of state level elections it needs to be approved by the Parliament of our country. The state legislature may be dismissed by the Parliament of our country with respect to the provisions as per the provisions of the Article 356 of the Indian Constitution and the rule of the President may be imposed. Politics in the state are mainly dominated by the three main parties The Indian National Congress, the Janta Dal (Secular) and the Bhartiya Janata Party. Till 1983, leaders of Indian National Congress became Chief Ministers of the state. Mysore was home to first three chief ministers of the state. The politics of Karnataka have created news all over India and is often known as Karnataka's natak! During the recent times it has seen many ups and downs in the political system of this state.

Administrative structure

As most of the Indian states, the administrative structure of the state is determined by the Constitution of 1950. The Governor is the head of the state and functions on the advice of the Chief Minister. CM is the head of the Council of Ministers. Jharkhand has a bicameral legislature in which the Legislative Council (Vidhan Parishad) is the upper house and the Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) is the lower house.
The judiciary consists of a High Court and other district and subordinate courts. The state is divided into districts, which are grouped into four divisions. Each district is headed by a deputy commissioner.

Issues of the state

Regional Imbalance: The state is faced with a problem of lopsided economic development. Development takes place only in cities like Bangalore and Mysore as half the state revenue is being generated from these two cities. As a result, the development of other cities is being neglected.

Corruption, power crisis, water scarcity and unemployment are other issues that affect the life of people in Karnataka.

Political Parties for election in Karnataka

The national level parties who take part in the election
BharatiyaJanata Party Indian National Congress, Janata Party,
Janata Dal, Janata Dal (Secular)

Main State level parties
Coorg National Council Kannad Chalavali Vatal Paksha Karnataka Congress Party
Karnataka Kranti Ranga Karnataka Vikas Party

State Legislative Assembly of Karnataka

The legislature of this state is bicameral in nature. The current Governor of this state is Hansraj Bhardwajand the Chief Ministers Jagadish Shettar who is a candidate of Bharatiya Janatha Party. The speaker of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly is Sri K G Bopaiah. The leader of the house is S Suresh Kumar, a candidate of BJP and Sri Siddaramaiah, a candidate of INC who is the honourable leader of the opposition. The Chamber of the legislative assembly is situated in Vidhana Soudhain Bangalore. This is the lower house of the bicameral legislature of this state.

State Legislative Council of Karnataka

The upper house of the legislature is the Karnataka Legislative Council. The leader of this house is D V Sadananda Gowda who is a BJP candidate and the leader of the opposition is C Motamma who is a candidate of INC.

Karnataka Assembly Election Results:

List of Chief Ministers of Karnataka

The first Chief Minister, before the reorganisation of the state, was K. Chengalaraya Reddy (from 25 October 1947 to 30 March 1952). After reorganisation, S. Nijalingappa became the first CM of Mysore. The complete list of Chief Ministers is given below:
S. No.Chief MinisterFromToParty Name
1SiddaramaiahMay 13, 2013PresentINC
2Jagadish ShettarJul 12, 2012May 12, 2013BJP
3D. V. Sadananda GowdaAug 4, 2011Jul 12, 2012BJP
4B. S. YeddyurappaMay 30, 2008Jul 31, 2011BJP
5President's ruleNov 20, 2007May 27, 2008 
6B. S. YeddyurappaNov 12, 2007Nov 19, 2007BJP
7President's ruleOct 9, 2007Nov 11, 2007 
8H. D. KumaraswamyFeb 3, 2006Oct 8, 2007JD(S)
9Dharam SinghMay 28, 2004Jan 28, 2006INC
10S. M. KrishnaOct 11, 1999May 28, 2004INC
11J. H. PatelMay 31, 1996Oct 7, 1999JD
12H. D. Deve GowdaDec 11, 1994May 31, 1996JD
13M. Veerappa MoilyNov 19, 1992Dec 11, 1994INC
14S. BangarappaOct 17, 1990Nov 19, 1992INC
15President's ruleOct 10, 1990Oct 17, 1990 
16Veerendra PatilNov 30, 1989Oct 10, 1990INC
17President's ruleApr 21, 1989Nov 30, 1989 
18S. R. BommaiAug 13, 1988Apr 21, 1989JNP
19Ramakrishna HegdeFeb 16, 1986Aug 10, 1988JNP
20Ramakrishna HegdeMar 8, 1985Feb 13, 1986JNP
21Ramakrishna HegdeJan 10, 1983Dec 29, 1984JNP
22R. Gundu RaoJan 12, 1980Jan 6, 1983INC
23D. Devaraj UrsFeb 28, 1978Jan 7, 1980INC
24President's ruleDec 31, 1977Feb 28, 1978 
25D. Devaraj UrsMar 20, 1972Dec 31, 1977INC
26President's ruleMar 19, 1971Mar 20, 1972 
27Veerendra PatilMay 29, 1968Mar 18, 1971INC
28S. NijalingappaJun 21, 1962May 28, 1968INC
29S. R. KanthiMar 14, 1962Jun 20, 1962INC
30B. D. JattiMay 16, 1958Mar 9, 1962INC
31S. NijalingappaNov 1, 1956May 16, 1958INC

List of Governors of Karnataka

The first Governor of the state was Jayachamaraja Wodeyar Bahadur, who assumed office on 1 November 1956, after reorganisation of states. H.R. Bhardwaj is the current Governor. The complete list of Governors in Karnataka is given below:
S.No.Name of GovernorFromTo
1Vajubhai ValaAugust 26, 2014Present
2Konijeti RosaiahJune 29, 2014August 26, 2014
3H. R. BhardwajJune 24, 2009June 29, 2014
4Rameshwar ThakurAugust 21, 2007June 24, 2009
5T. N. ChaturvediAugust 21, 2002August 20, 2007
6V. S. RamadeviDecember 2, 1999August 20, 2002
7Khurshed Alam KhanJanuary 6, 1991December 2, 1999
8Bhanu Pratap SinghMay 8, 1990January 6, 1991
9Pendekanti VenkatasubbaiahFebruary 26, 1988February 5, 1990
10Ashoknath BanerjiApril 16, 1983February 25, 1989
11Govind NarainAugust 2, 1977April 15, 1983
12Uma Shankar DikshitJanuary 10, 1976August 2, 1977
13Mohanlal SukhadiaFebruary 1, 1972January 10, 1976
14Dharma ViraOctober 23, 1969February 1, 1972
15Gopal Swarup PathakMay 13, 1967August 30, 1969
16V. V. GiriApril 2, 1965May 13, 1967
17S M SrinageshMay 4, 1964April 2, 1965
18Jayachamaraja WodeyarNovember 1, 1956May 4, 1964

Cabinet Ministers of Karnataka

MinistriesName of Minsiter
Chief minister (including portfolios like Finance, Kannada languages and Cultural, Cabinet Affairs, Personnel and Administrative Reforms, Intelligence Wing, Mines and Geology)Siddaramaiah
HomeK. J. George
Forest, Ecology & Environment DepartmentB.Ramanath Rai
EnergyD. K Shivakumar
TransportRamalinga Reddy
Horticulture and Agricultural marketingShamanuru Shivashankarappa
Rural Development and Panchayat RajH. K. Patil
Small Scale Industries, Sugar and MuzraiPrakash Babanna Hukkeri
Medical EducationDr. Sharan Prakash Patil
Municipalities & local bodies, Wakf & Minority welfareQamar ul Islam
Infrastructure Development, Haj and InformationR. Roshan Baig
Planning and Statistics, IT, BT, Science and TechnologyS. R. Patil
HousingM. H. Ambarish
Urban development excluding Bangalore)Vinay Kumar Sorake
Primary and Secondary Education (excluding Mass Education and Public Libraries)Kimmane Rathnakar
Food and Civil SuppliesDinesh Gundu Rao
Medium and Major IrrigationM. B. Patil
Women & Child Welfare and Kannada & CultureUmashree
AgricultureKrishna Byre Gowda

Rajya Sabha Members from Karnatak

NamePartyTermNamePartyTerm
Shri Rajeev Chandrasekhar Independent & Others 03/04/2012 to 02/04/2018Shri Oscar Fernandes Indian National Congress 01/07/2010 to 30/06/2016
Shri B.K. Hariprasad Indian National Congress 22/08/2013 to 25/06/2014Shri M. Rama Jois Bharatiya Janata Party 26/06/2008 to 25/06/2014
Shri K. Rahman KhanIndian National Congress 03/04/2012 to 02/04/2018Dr. Prabhakar Kore Bharatiya Janata Party 26/06/2008 to 25/06/2014
Shri S.M. Krishna Indian National Congress 26/06/2008 to 25/06/2014Dr. Vijay Mallya Independent & Others 01/07/2010 to 30/06/2016
Shri Aayanur Manjunatha Bharatiya Janata Party 01/07/2010 to 30/06/2016Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu Bharatiya Janata Party 01/07/2010 to 30/06/2016
Shri Basawaraj Patil Bharatiya Janata Party 03/04/2012 to 02/04/2018Shri Rangasayee Ramakrishna Bharatiya Janata Party 03/04/2012 to 02/04/2018


List of the Assembly Constituencies in Karnataka

A. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameA. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameA. C. No.Assembly Constituency Name
1Nippani76Haliyal151K.R. Pura
2Chikkodi Sadalga77Karwar152Byatarayanapura
3Athani78Kumta153Yeshvanthapura
4Kagwad79Bhatkal154Rajarajeshwarinagar
5Kudachi80Sirsi155Dasarahalli
6Raibag81Yellapur156Mahalakshmi Layout
7Hukkeri82Hangal157Malleshwaram
8Arabhavi83Shiggaon158Hebbal
9Gokak84Haveri159Pulakeshinagar
10Yemkanmardi85Byadgi160Sarvagnanagar
11Belgaum Uttar86Hirekerur161C.V Raman Nagar
12Belgaum Dakshin87Ranibennur162Shivajinagar
13Belgaum Rural88Hadagalli163Shanti Nagar
14Khanapur89Hagaribommanahalli164Gandhi Nagar
15Kittur90Vijayanagara165Rajaji Nagar
16Bailhongal91Kampli166Govindraj Nagar
17Saundatti Yellamma92Siruguppa167Vijay Nagar
18Ramdurg93Bellary168Chamrajpet
19Mudhol94Bellary City169Chickpet
20Terdal95Sandur170Basavanagudi
21Jamkhandi96Kudligi171Padmanaba Nagar
22Bilgi97Molakalmuru172B. T. M Layout
23Badami98Challakere173Jayanagar
24Bagalkot99Chitradurga174Mahadevapura
25Hungund100Hiriyur175Bommanahalli
26Muddebihal101Hosadurga176Bangalore South
27Devar Hippargi102Holalkere177Anekal
28Basavana Bagevadi103Jagalur178Hosakote
29Babaleshwar104Harapanahalli179Devanahalli
30Bijapur City105Harihar180Doddaballapur
31Nagthan106Davanagere North181Nelamangala
32Indi107Davanagere South182Magadi
33Sindgi108Mayakonda183Ramanagaram
34Afzalpur109Channagiri184Kanakapura
35Jewargi110Honnali185Channapatna
36Shorapur111Shimoga Rural186Malavalli
37Shahapur112Bhadravati187Maddur
38Yadgir113Shimoga188Melukote
39Gurmitkal114Tirthahalli189Mandya
40Chittapur115Shikaripura190Srirangapatna
41Sedam116Sorab191Nagamangala
42Chincholi117Sagar192Krishnarajpet
43Gulbarga Rural118Byndoor193Shravanabelagola
44Gulbarga Dakshin119Kundapura194Arsikere
45Gulbarga Uttar120Udupi195Belur
46Aland121Kapu196Hassan
47Basavakalyan122Karkal197Holenarasipur
48Homnabad123Sringeri198Arkalgud
49Bidar South124Mudigere199Sakleshpur
50Bidar125Chikmagalur200Belthangady
51Bhalki126Tarikere201Moodabidri
52Aurad127Kadur202Mangalore City North
53Raichur Rural128Chikkanayakanahalli203Mangalore City South
54Raichur129Tiptur204Mangalore
55Manvi130Turuvekere205Bantval
56Devadurga131Kunigal206Puttur
57Lingsugur132Tumkur City207Sullia
58Sindhanur133Tumkur Rural208Madikeri
59Maski134Koratagere209Virajpet
60Kushtagi135Gubbi210Piriyapatna
61Kanakagiri136Sira211Krishnarajanagara
62Gangawati137Pavagada212Hunsur
63Yelburga138Madhugiri213Heggadadevankote
64Koppal139Gauribidanur214Nanjangud
65Shirahatti140Bagepalli215Chamundeshwari
66Gadag141Chikkaballapur216Krishnaraja
67Ron142Sidlaghatta217Chamaraja
68Nargund143Chintamani218Narasimharaja
69Navalgund144Srinivaspur219Varuna
70Kundgol145Mulbagal220T Narasipur
71Dharwad146Kolar Gold Field221Hanur
72Hubli Dharwad East147Bangarapet222Kollegal
73Hubli Dharwad Central148Kolar223Chamarajanagar
74Hubli Dharwad West149Malur224Gundlupet
75Kalghatgi150Yelahanka 

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Karnataka

Anil Kumar Jha
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Karnataka Lok Sabha Election Summary 2014

The Karnataka polls' results ended the speculations about the results in the Karnatka state and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was declared the winner who bagged 17 seats. Nine seat were gone to Indian National Congress (INC) and two to Janata Dal(Secular). Established in the year 1956, Karnataka has been a politically active state since its inception. It has 28 parliamentary constituencies and there are several political parties which lead in the state. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress (INC) and Janata Dal (Secular) are few of them. Karnataka is headed by a Chief Minister and K. Siddaramaiah is the present CM of the state under the ruling party, INC. The state attended the 2014 Lok Sabha polls which decided the fate of prominent leaders like former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda, former Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa and co founder of Infosys, Nandan Nilekani. During the past elections in 2009 too, BJP won the maximum seats in the Lok Sabha elections. The exit polls showed mixed opinions regarding the number of seats for BJP and Congress but BJP ruled it by grabbing maximum seats.

Karnataka is a state in the southern part of India. Karnataka was established in the year 1956 on 1st of November. Since then every year on this day, the people of this state celebrate Rajyotsava throughout the state with pomp and splendor. There are 25 parliamentary constituencies in this state. The 28 parliamentary constituencies of Karnataka will go to polls on 17 April 2014. Some of the main political parties in the fray are the Janata Dal (Secular), the Indian National Congress (INC), and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Though there has been a huge slide in the BJP's vote bank during the 2013 Assembly election, B. S. Yeddyurappa's rejoining the party will be a boost.

Karnataka Lok Sabha Election Results 2014 - Party wise


Shown below are the number of seats won by BJP, INC, AAP and others in Karnataka Lok Sabha Elections 2014.

Karnataka 2014 Party Wise Results
Last Updated on Dec 30, 2015


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