Bengaluru, May 8: The polling to Krishnarajanagara, Hunsur, Heggadadevankote (ST), Nanjangud (SC), Chamundeshwari for the upcoming Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 will take place on May 12. The main competitors in the Karnataka Polls 2018 are the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Janata Dal (Secular) and the Congress party. The counting of votes in the five assembly constituencies or Vidhan Sabha in Karnataka will take place on May 15, 2018. While the Congress party has 123 seats in Karnataka assembly, the BJP registered only 44 seats in the last Karnataka Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) elections.
Krishnarajanagara is constituency number 211. For Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018, the Congress has fielded D. Ravishankar from the seat and H. G. Shwetha Gopala will contest for the BJP and Sa Ra Mahesh for JD(S). The seat will witness polls on May 12 and the results will be declared on May 15.
Hunsur is constituency number 212. In Hunsur Vidhan Sabha, Congress has contested H P Manjunath against BJP’s J S Ramesh Kumar. While JD(S) has contested Adaguru H Vishwanath. The main competitors in the Karnataka Polls 2018 are the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Janata Dal (Secular) and the Congress party.
Heggadadevankote is reserved for scheduled tribe category and it is constituency number 213. Congress has contested Anil Kumar C against BJP’s Siddaraju. While JD(S) has contested Chikkanna from the seat.
Nanjangud (SC) is reserved for the scheduled caste category and it is constituency number 214. Congress has fielded Kalale N Keshavamurthy from the seat and BJP has contested Harshavardhan B. Dayanandamurthy H S will be representing JD(S).
Chamundeshwari is constituency number 215. It is important seat for Congress as Chief Minister Siddaramaiah will be contesting from this seat. While BJP has contested S.R.Gopalrao and G.T.Devegowda is from JD(S).