Karnataka Election Result 2019 Party Wise Seats Won & Candidates Wise Results Karnataka Assembly Election Result 2019 Votes, Schedule Counting Dates, District Wise Elections Results, Participating Parties List, MLA Winners list etc….
One of the most productive states in India is Karnataka; Karnataka has made huge progress in different fields of industry, education, tourism, and agriculture. Bangalore the capital of Karnataka is known as the silicon valley of Asia. The reason behind such a name of Bangalore is its information technology sector. The formation of Karnataka took place back on 1st November 1956. The fastest growing state in our country is Karnataka. We’ll look at the Karnataka Election Polling Results 2018 dates, Vote Counting Dates, Karnataka Election Result 2019 Schedule, Polling Dates, etc.
Schedule of Karnataka Assembly Elections 2019
The election commission had visited Karnataka to evaluate the situation and to make the announcement of the Schedule at the end of March.
|Karnataka Assembly Elections 2019 Schedule or Notification||Announcement|
|Nomination last date||Apr-24|
|Scrutiny of Nominations||Apr-25|
|Last date to withdraw candidature||Apr-27|
|No. of Polling Stations||56,696|
|No. of Seats||224 (36 SC & 15 ST)|
|No.of Electors||4.9 crore|
|No. of Parliamentary constituencies||28|
As the election dates are announced the election commission has made another announcement that says that model conduct of code will be applied immediately.
Karnataka Election Result 2019 Votes Counting Date
The elections are very near and the people have started thinking about it already. The reputation of politics depends both on the present and the past. Anything can happen and it won’t be accurate to predict the results yet. But there are certain decisive factors that we can keep in mind.
Karnataka is first out of four states to get into an election in 2018 after Gujarat. The other three states Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh are ruled by BJP while Karnataka is the only one ruled by Congress. The assembly election of Karnataka has total of 224 constituencies and to gain the majority a party needs to have 113 seat minimum. The Karnataka elections are taking place on the 12th of May. The election commission has announced the date through a press conference. Caste is the major thing to win the election in Karnataka.
Bharatiya Janata Party has done pretty well In Tripura and also performed really good in Nagaland assembly elections in 2018. Now everyone is looking forward to the Karnataka Elections 2018 because it is ruled by Congress. Karnataka is the only state in south India where the BJP was able to form a government back in 2008-2013 led by BS Yeddyurappa, DV Sadananda Gowda, and Jagadish Shettar. Predictions of the Karnataka Election Result 2019 have already been made by several survey agencies.
BJP lost in 2013 in Karnataka because the people voted negative in Old Mumbai and Coastal Karnataka. In 2008 the combined votes of these two regions do not add up to the results. This is the region where Congress won the hand and emerged victoriously. The reason behind victory of Congress was the infighting of BJP and Yeddyurappa, who formed KJP and disputed the election. Congress got the majority with having 122 seats in the assembly and Siddaramaih became the new chief minister of the state. He promised a transparent administration and has exposed the bad deeds of BJP.
In the current time, BJP has 44 seats and is the principal opposition party while JD(s) has 40 seats in the 224 member assembly. The chief minister of state is blamed for massive corruption by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP Leader Amit Shah. PM Modi said in Bengaluru that the Congress is on exit gates of Karnataka. According to him, Congress has destroyed the state and Karnataka doesn’t need the culture of Congress. The deep roots of Sangh Parivar and strong connections of BJP can help them in the Election.
The state is free from all corruption and scandal after the Congress government came into force in 2013. It’s time for BJP to face it. There are some alleged cases of nepotism and for the propitiation of Dalit and other minorities as per Kannada acronym AHINDE, which the Chief Minister has developed very cautiously. The approach and management of the problems of the people by the Chief Minister himself is the biggest drawback of the government.
Karnataka Assembly Elections Exit Poll Survey 2018
|Polling firm/Commissioner||Date Published||BJP||INC||JD(S)||Others||Lead|
|Republic TV-Jan Ki Baat||12-May-18||105||78||37||2||27|
|ABP News-C Voter||12-May-18||110||88||24||2||22|
|Times Now-Today’s Chanakya||12-May-18||120||73||26||3||47|
|India Today-Axis My India||12-May-18||85||111||26||0||26|
With such a short amount of time left for Election, Everyone is wondering which party will win the election this year. The major question is will the Congress be able to retain its position in the Karnataka or Modi Flood will wash over the current government as the surveys are suggesting Elections Pre Poll Survey 2018.
Many surveys suggest that the government will be formed only by an alliance as the results of the Elections will be a very close contest between the three major parties in the state namely Bhartiya Janta Party, Indian National Congress and JD(S). The reports from the website oneindia.com include a survey from the agency Creative Centre for Political and Social Studies that Predicts BJP getting 113 seats in the Karnataka while Congress getting 85 seats and Janta Dal reduced to only 25 seats.
A poll from The TV9-C voter poll says that both BJP and Congress will not be able to get the required amount of seats i.e. 113 seats and Janta Dal will be the future decider for both the parties to form the government. The poll says that Congress will get the most number of the seats in the Election but they will not reach the 113 seat mark.
Another poll survey says the Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the leading crowd attraction among all the other leaders and will play a vital role in the Karnataka Election 2018.
Last major Elections that took place in Karnataka were the 2014 Lok Sabha elections where BJP took 17 seats with them while Congress got only 9 seats and Janta Dal only 2. But the Exit Polls Results say that the time will be the deciding factor in the Karnataka Elections and it’s hard to predict the results yet.
Karnataka Elections 2018 survey has been done in the state to get an idea about who will lead the state in future by the agencies TV9-C, C-Fore, Creative Center for Political and Social Studies (COPS) and Suvarna News. Political parties have started preparing for the Elections after they got results from these survey agencies. To attract people parties will soon announce various schemes.
TV9-C voter poll has shown that JD(s) will play a major role in the government this time. This survey says that BJP is likely to get 96 seats while Congress winning 102 seats and JD(s) will have 25 seats. Both BJP and Congress will be surprised after the results say the survey.
Another survey named as Suvarna news survey, says that BJP will win 82 seats, Congress will win 88 seats while Janta Dal will get 12 seats, rest of the seats will be taken over by smaller parties and independent members. This survey was published by the end of 2017.
A survey done by CHC agency says that 73-76 seats will be taken by BJP while Congress getting 77-81 Seats and Janta Dal will have 64-66 seats. This isn’t the result that both Congress and BJP would want. The remaining 3-4 seats are obtained by the smaller parties and independent candidates.
C-FORE Pre-Poll Survey-This survey was published on 26th of March, 2018. According to this survey by C-Fore, Congress may stay the ruling party in Karnataka. The results were predicted very accurately by the C-Fore back in 2013 and Congress would be expecting the same this year also. In 2013 C-Fore survey stated that Congress will win 119-120 seats and Congress won 122 seats later on. This year the C-FORE survey say that Congress will win 126 seats, BJP will win 70 seats and the JDS will win only 27 seats.
a pre-election survey was published on the 2nd of January. According to this survey, the main party will depend on JD(S) and it’ll be Janta Dal that’ll choose between BJP and Congress and the assembly will hang in between these three. The survey Predicts that BJP might win 85-95 seats the Congress can win 90-100 seats. This survey says that both BJP and Congress will not get a majority and in order to make a government one of them has to form an alliance with Janta Dal. Janta Dal is supposed to win 40-45 seats.
The internal surveys conducted by both BJP and Congress have disappointed both of them as the Janta Dal is going to be the kingmaker, suggest the polls. During the survey, most of the people said that they would want Siddaramaiah to be their chief minister again. The surveys indicate that BJP and Congress will be in a tight battle but JD(S) can still turn out to be the kingmaker.
Congress is a strong party in the Karnataka like BJP is in Gujarat, Congress had arranged booth level communities and they check them every now and then. Congress blamed BJP for polarization, this can help them in the Elections too. Congress launched a scheme for poor people in urban areas to give them food on subsidy.
Karnataka has become the top state with corruption and scams in its cities frequently. The mistakes of the Congress government cannot be ignored by the people of Karnataka. This is where the BJP has its chance to emerge victoriously. Congress is limited to Karnataka, Punjab, and Pondicherry, while the rest of the country is now being ruled by the BJP or other governments, Punjab and Karnataka are the only big states ruled by the Congress and Congressmen would not want to lose any of them. Siddaramaiah is the major hope of Congress and he’s asking people to vote for them.
Karnataka Assembly Elections Candidates Wise Polling Result 2019
The date for the counting of votes for the Karnataka Elections 2018 has been announced. We will update the information here in the table given below on 15 May when the votes are to be counted.
|Constituency Name||Party||Candidate Name|
|Nippani||BJP||Jolle Shashikala Annasaheb|
|Athani||Congress||Mahesh Eranagouda Kumatalli|
|Kagwad||Congress||Shrimant Balasaheb Patil|
|Raybag (SC)||BJP||Aihole Duryodhan Mahalingappa|
|Hukkeri||BJP||Umesh Vishwanath Katti|
|Arabhavi||BJP||Balachandra Lakshmanarao Jarakiholi|
|Gokak||Congress||Ramesh Laxmanrao Jarkiholi|
|Yemkanmardi (ST)||Congress||Satish L Jarkiholi|
|Belgaum Uttar||BJP||Anil S Benake|
|Belgaum Dakshin||BJP||Abhay Patil|
|Belgaum Rural||Congress||Laxmi R Hebbalkar|
|Khanapur||Congress||Dr. Anjali Hemant Nimbalkar|
|Kittur||BJP||Doddagoudar Mahantesh Basavantaray|
|Bailhongal||Congress||Koujalagi. Mahantesh. Shivanand.|
|Saundatti Yellamma||BJP||Vishwanath Chandrashekhar Mamani|
|Ramdurg||BJP||Mahadevappa Shivalingappa Yadawad|
|Mudhol (SC)||BJP||Govind Makthappa Karajol|
|Jamkhandi||Congress||Siddu Bhimappa Nyamgoud|
|Bilgi||BJP||Murugesh Rudrappa Nirani|
|Bagalkot||BJP||Veerabhadrayya (Veeranna) Charantimath|
|Hungund||BJP||Doddanagouda G Patil|
|Muddebihal||BJP||A. S. Patil (Nadahalli)|
|Devar Hippargi||BJP||Somanagouda B Patil (Sasanur)|
|Basavana Bagevadi||Congress||Shivanand Patil|
|Babaleshwar||Congress||Mallanagoud Basanagoud Patil|
|Bijapur City||BJP||Basanagoud .R. Patil (Yatnal)|
|Nagthan (SC)||JDS||Devanand Fulasing Chavan|
|Indi||Congress||Yashavanthar Aygouda Vittalagouda Patil|
|Sindgi||JDS||Managuli Mallappa Channaveerappa|
|Jevargi||Congress||Ajay Dharam Singh|
|Shahapur||Congress||Sharanabasappa Gouda Darshanapur|
|Chittapur (SC)||Congress||Priyank Kharge|
|Chincholi (SC)||Congress||Dr. Umesh G. Jadhav|
|Gulbarga Rural (SC)||BJP||Basawaraj Mattimud|
|Gulbarga Dakshin||BJP||Dattatraya C Patil Revoor Appu Gouda|
|Gulbarga Uttar||BJP||Dattatraya C Patil Revoor Appu Gouda|
|Aland||BJP||Guttedar Subhash Rukmayya|
|Homnabad||Congress||Rajshekhar Basavaraj Patil|
|Bidar South||JDS||Bandeppa Khashampur|
|Aurad (SC)||BJP||Prabhu Chauhan|
|Raichur Rural (ST)||Congress||Basanagouda Daddal|
|Raichur||BJP||Dr. Shivaraj Patil|
|Manvi (ST)||JDS||Raja Venkatappa Nayak Raja Ambanna Nayak|
|Devadurga (ST)||BJP||K. Shivana Gouda Nayak|
|Lingsugur (SC)||Congress||D. S. Hoolageri|
|Sindhanur||JDS||Venkat Rao Nadagouda|
|Maski (ST)||Congress||Pratapagouda Patil|
|Kushtagi||Congress||Amaregouda Linganagouda Patil Bayyapur|
|Kanakagiri (SC)||BJP||Basavaraj Dadesugur|
|Gangawati||BJP||Paranna Eshwarappa Munavalli|
|Yelburga||BJP||Achar Halappa Basappa|
|Koppal||Congress||K. Raghavendra Basavaraj Hintal|
|Shirahatti (SC)||BJP||Ramappa Sobeppa Lamani|
|Ron||BJP||Kalakappa Gurushantappa Bandi|
|Navalgund||BJP||Shankar B. Patil Munenakoppa|
|Kundgol||Congress||Channabasappa Sathyappa Shivalli|
|Hubli-Dharwad-East (SC)||Congress||Abbayya Prasad|
|Hubli-Dharwad- West||BJP||Aravind Bellad|
|Karwar||BJP||Roopali Santosh Naik|
|Kumta||BJP||Dinakar Keshav Shetty|
|Bhatkal||BJP||Sunil Biliya Naik|
|Sirsi||BJP||Kageri Vishweshwar Hegde|
|Yellapur||Congress||Arabail Hebbar Shivaram|
|Hangal||BJP||Udasi C M|
|Haveri (SC)||BJP||Neharu Olekar|
|Byadgi||BJP||Ballary Virupakshappa Rudrappa|
|Hadagalli (SC)||JDS||M.V Veerabhadraiah|
|Hagaribommanahalli (SC)||Congress||Bheema Naik LBP|
|Kampli (ST)||Congress||J.N. Ganesh|
|Siruguppa (ST)||BJP||M.S. Somalingappa|
|Bellary (ST)||Congress||B. Nagendra|
|Bellary City||BJP||G. Somasekhara Reddy|
|Sandur (ST)||Congress||E. Tukaram|
|Kudligi (ST)||BJP||N.Y. Gopalakrishna|
|Molakalmuru (ST)||BJP||B. Sreeramulu|
|Challakere (ST)||Congress||T. Raghumurthy|
|Chitradurga||BJP||G. H Thippa Reddy|
|Hosadurga||BJP||Gulhatty D. Shekhar|
|Harapanahalli||BJP||G. Karunakara Reddy|
|Davanagere North||BJP||S.A. Ravindranath|
|Davanagere South||Congress||Shamanur Shivashankarappa|
|Mayakonda (SC)||BJP||N. Liganna|
|Honnali||BJP||M P Renukacharya|
|Shimoga Rural (SC)||BJP||K.B. Ashok Naik|
|Shikaripura||BJP||B. S. Yeddyurappa|
|Sorab||BJP||S. Kumara Bangarappa|
|Sagar||BJP||H Halappa Harathalu|
|Byndoor||BJP||B.M. Sukumar Shetty|
|Kundapura||BJP||Halady Srinivas Shetty|
|Kapu||BJP||Lalaji R. Mendon|
|Karkar||BJP||V. Sunil Kumar|
|Mudigere (SC)||BJP||M.P. Kumaraswamy|
|Chiknayakanhalli||BJP||J.C. Madhu Swamy|
|Turuvekere||BJP||Jayaram A S|
|Kunigal||Congress||Dr H.D. Ranganath|
|Tumkur City||BJP||G.B Jyothi Ganesh|
|Tumkur Rural||JDS||D.C. Gowrishankar|
|Koratagere (SC)||Congress||Dr. G. Parameshwara|
|Gubbi||JDS||S R Srinivas (Vasu)|
|Pavagada (SC)||Congress||Venkata Ramanappa|
|Chikkaballapur||Congress||Dr. K. Sudhakar|
|Chintamani||JDS||J K Krishna Reddy|
|Srinivaspur||Congress||K R Ramesh Kumar|
|Mulbagal (SC)||JDS||H. Nagesh|
|Kolar Gold Field (SC)||Congress||Roopakala. M|
|Bangarapet (SC)||Congress||S.N. Narayanaswamy K.M|
|Mahalakshmi Layout||JDS||K. Goapalaiah|
|Malleshwaram||BJP||Dr. Ashwath Narayan.C. N|
|Pulakeshinagar (SC)||Congress||R. Akhanda Srinivasamurthi|
|C.V. Raman Nagar (SC)||BJP||S.Raghu|
|Shivajinagar||Congress||R. Roshan Baig|
|Shanti Nagar||Congress||NA Harris|
|Gandhi Nagar||Congress||Dinesh Gundu Rao|
|Rajaji Nagar||BJP||S. Suresh Kumar|
|Govindraj Nagar||BJP||V Somanna|
|Vijay Nagar||Congress||M . Krishnappa|
|Chamrajpet||Congress||B.Z. Zameer Ahmed Khan|
|Chickpet||BJP||Uday B Garudachar|
|Basavanagudi||BJP||Ravi Subramanya L.A.|
|Padmanaba Nagar||BJP||R Ashoka|
|B.T.M Layout||Congress||Ramalinga Reddy|
|Mahadevapura (SC)||BJP||Aravind Limavali|
|Bommanahalli||BJP||Sathish Reddy M|
|Bangalore South||BJP||M Krishnappa|
|Anekal (SC)||BJP||A Narayanaswamy|
|Devanahalli (SC)||JDS||Nisarga Narayana Swamy L.N|
|Doddaballapur||INC||T. Venkataramanaiah (Appakaranahalli. T. Venkatesh)|
|Nelamangala (SC)||JDS||Dr.K. Sreenivasa Murthy|
|Kanakapura||Congress||Dr. D. Shivakumar|
|Malavalli (SC)||JDS||Dr. K. Annadani|
|Shravanabelagola||JDS||C N Balakrishna|
|Arsikere||JDS||KM Shivalinge Gowda|
|Hassan||BJP||Preetham J Gouda|
|Sakleshpur (SC)||JDS||Kumara Swamy.H. K|
|Moodabidri||BJP||Umanatha. A. Kotian|
|Bangalore City North||BJP||Bharath Shetty|
|Bangalore City South||BJP||M Krishnappa|
|Bantval||BJP||Rajesh Naik U|
|Sullia (SC)||BJP||Angara S.|
|Madikeri||BJP||Appachu Ranjan M P|
|Virajpet||BJP||K G Bopaiah|
|Krishnarajanagara||JDS||Sa. Ra. Mahesh|
|Hunsur||JDS||Adaguru H Vishwanath|
|Heggadadevankote (ST)||Congress||Anil Kumar C|
|Nanjangud (SC)||BJP||Harshavardhan B|
|T.Narasipur (SC)||JDS||Ashvin Kumar .M|
|Kollegal (SC)||BSP||N Mahesh|
This table will be updated as soon as the counting starts. Various rallies are being conducted by BJP and Janta Dal to point out the shortcomings of the Congress government. The people of Karnataka love Narendra Modi more than any other political leader because Modi talks about the development of jobs, education, roads, and water facilities in the state.BJP took 17 Lok Sabha seats in 2014 under the influence of Modi. BJP is declared as the Lok Sabha election winner of Karnataka. With his chief ministerial candidate, B.S. Yeddyurappa BJP will give Congress a tough fight this year.
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 Results Party wise Seats won
|Indian National Congress (INC)||78|
|Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)||104|
|Karnataka Pragnyavantha Janatha Party (KPJP)||1|
|Janata Dal (Secular) JD(S)||37|
|Bahujan Samajwadi Party (SP)||1|