Karnataka Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Result

Karnataka Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Result [Date District Wise, Schedule, Candidates list, Result, Seats, Opinion Poll]

2019 can be rightly called the decisive year for India and the common people. All the political parties have been gearing up for the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections. Their preparations will impact how well they fair in the polling. The result of the elections in the different states will finally decide the fate a political party that will form the government in Delhi. The general election has already started, and soon it will be organized in the state of Karnataka. Here are some election related details that you must know of.

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Karnataka Lok Sabha (General) Election Result 2019 –

20142019
ConstituencyName of MemberPartyConstituencyName of MemberParty
BagalkotShri Parvatagouda ChandanagoudaBJPBagalkot
Bangalore CentralShri P. C. MohanBJPBangalore Central
Bangalore NorthShri D.V. Sadananda GowdaBJPBangalore North
Bangalore RuralShri Doddaalahalli Kempegowda SureshINCBangalore Rural
BelgaumShri Suresh Chanabasappa AngadiBJPBelgaum
BellaryShri Venkatapura Subbaiah UgrappaINCBellary
BidarShri Bhagwanth KhubaBJPBidar
Bijapur(SC)Shri Ramesh Chandappa JigajinagiBJPBijapur(SC)
ChamrajanagarShri R. DhruvanarayanaINCChamrajanagar
ChikkballapurDr. M. Veerappa MoilyINCChikkballapur
ChikkodiShri Prakash BabannaINCChikkodi
Chitradurga(SC)Shri B.N. Chandrappa,INCChitradurga(SC)
Dakshina KannadaShri Nalin Kumar KateelBJPDakshina Kannada
DavanagereShri Gowdar Mallikarjunappa SiddeshwaraBJPDavanagere
DharwadShri Pralhad Venkatesh JoshiBJPDharwad
Gulbarga(SC)Shri Mallikarjun KhargeINCGulbarga(SC)
HassanShri H.D. DevegowdaJD(S)Hassan
HaveriShri Shivkumar Chanabasappa Udasi,BJPHaveri
KolarDr. K.H. MuniyappaINCKolar
KoppalShri Sanganna Amarappa KaradiBJPKoppal
MandyaShri Lalanakere Ramegowda ShivaramegowdaJD(S)Mandya
MysoreShri Prathap SimhaBJPMysore
RaichurShri B.V. NaikINCRaichur
ShimogaShri B. Y. RaghavendraBJPShimoga
TumkurShri S.P. MuddahanumegowdaINCTumkur
Udupi ChikmagalurKm. Shobha KarandlajeBJPUdupi Chikmagalur
Uttara KannadaShri Anantkumar HegdeBJPUttara Kannada
   South Bangalore

Important dates associated with polling

ActivityDate
Phase One of polling18th April 2019
Phase Two of polling23rd  April 2019
Date of counting23rd May 2019
Voter enrollment last day for people falling under Phase One16th March 2019
Voter enrollment last day for people falling under Phase Two29th March 2019
Last date for nomination registration for Phase One26th March 2019
Last date for nomination registration for Phase Two18th April 2019

 

Number of constituencies

During the first phase of the election, the residents of 13 constituencies will be able to will cast their votes. The remaining 14 constituencies have been scheduled to cast their votes during the second phase of the election.

Number of polling phases

As Karnataka is a big state, it will not be possible for the authority to manage the polling process in all constituencies on the same day. Thus, the constituencies have been divided on two separate dates.

Date wise distribution of polling

The following are the name of the constituencies and when they will get to go for the polls.

Name of the constituencies for Phase INames of the constituencies for Phase II
Udupi/ChikmagalurChikkodi
Dakshina KannadaBagalkot
HassanBelgaum
ChitradurgaBijapur
MandyaBagalkot
TumkurGulbarga
MysoreBidar
Bangalore NorthRaichur
Bangalore RuralKoppal
Bangalore SouthHaveri
ChamarajanagarBellary
ChikkballapurDharwad
Bangalore CentralDavanagere
Shimoga
Uttara Kannada

Number of seats in the state

The state will offer election on a total of 28 seats. Among these 21 seats are reserved for the general candidates, while 5 and 2 seats have been reserved for the Schedule Caste and schedule Tribe candidates respectively. This system of reservation offers equal representation of people from all castes of the society.

Other interesting facts

Survey suggests that 61,130,704 is the total number of residents who live within the borders of this state. But not all of these residents will have the right to exercise their power of vote. Only 50,307,182 will be able to cast their votes in the upcoming Lok Sabha election. Among these 24, 846,488 are female voters, while 25,455,976 are male voters. The Election Commission of the state has made another decision for the voting this year. There will be around 600 booths, which will be completely run by female election staffs. Apart from this, the security personnel, in charge of looking after free and fair election will also be female.

Due to the many seats, which have been included in the Lok Sabha election, the winning party will have an advantage, when it comes to forming the central government. BJP and Congress are set to fight tooth and nail to get most of the seats. Apart from these major parties, the stakes are also high for the smaller parties. It is their time to establish their supremacy in the area. All eyes are glued to the Karnataka elections, which is just round the corner. Once the election is complete, we will keep you posted about the post-election conditions. Finally, on the day of vote counting, you will get all the updates on this site.

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