Karnataka MLC election results: India.Com brings you the latest information on the results of elections in the North-West Graduates”, South Graduates’, North-West Teachers as well as West Teachers’ constituencies. Be sure to check this site to get the latest information about the Karnataka MLC Election results in 2022.
Karnataka MLC Election Results 2022: The count of votes in the Karnataka Legislative Council biennial election for two teachers and two graduate seats in the constituency is currently underway. There there were 49 candidates in the race, including four women. For those who were not registered, polls were held between 8 am and 5 pm on June 13th, Monday. It was held in 607 polling locations. The results of this election are vital to the government BJP to keep their majority within the upper house, which it has recently won, following the non-opposed election to four of its members in the biennial elections for seven MLC seats in the state, which were voted by MLAs in June. The Congress and BJP have fielded only one candidate for each of these four districts: North-West Graduates’, South Graduates’, North-West Teachers’ along with West Teachers’, the JD(S) has candidates running for three constituencies, besides the North-West Graduates constituency. the remaining candidates are either independents or are from non-recognized parties. Keep an eye on this page for the latest news regarding the Karnataka MLC elections in 2022. Also
Karnataka MLC Election Results 2022 | What Happened So Far
- Counting is underway in South the graduate’s area.
- Prakash Ukkeri is still the leader in the NW teachers’ s constituency.
- BJP candidate Basavaraj Horatti wins.
- Congress candidate Prakash Ukkeri leads in the NW teachers’ district.
- BJP campaigner Basavaraj Horatti leads after the one round of counting
- They are viewed as a prelude to the forthcoming Assembly elections in 2023 for the state legislature as major political parties have used this as a matter of prestige to guarantee the victory of their candidate.
- It’s a do-or-die scenario for Basavaraj Horatti, who is running to represent his West Teachers constituency. The outcome will define the direction of his political career. In the past, he has been elected to the district seven times and is seeking a seventh term.
- He is battling Basavaraj Gurikar, a member of Congress as well as Shrishail Gadadinni from JD (S). If it is not for the insider’s position, Basavaraj Hiratti could gain a victory.
- Young BJP leader Arun Shahapur is running to be reelected from the North-West Teachers district. He faces a tough challenge from Congress candidate and the former Minister Prakash Hukkeri. JD (S) has put up Chandrashekar Esappa Loni.
- Three independents also had a go in four constituencies, making the race all the more intriguing. The ruling BJP had 2 seats and JD (S) held 2 seats previously. The second preferential vote is expected to be decisive this time, according to experts.
- BJP must win two seats to gain a majority in the upper house.
- A former Speaker of the Legislative Council Basavaraj Horatti, who joined the BJP after a stint with JD (S) and former Minister Prakash Hukkeri are also in the fight.
- Voting is underway for the count of votes.
- The elections for the four seats in Karnataka’s Upper House of Karnataka Legislature are required due to the BJP’s Nirani Hanamant Rudrappa (N-W Graduates’) and JD(S)’ K T Srikanth Gowda (S-Graduates’) The JD(S)’ Arun Shahpur (N-W Teachers’) and JD(S)’ Basavaraj Horatti (W-Teachers’) will end on July 4.
- In the 4 constituencies, only the seat of N-W Graduates saw the direct battle against Nirani Rudrappa of the BJP who is running for to run for reelection, as well as Congress’ Sunil Annappa Sank, who is running as JD(S), hasn’t fielded candidates from the seat.
- N-W Teachers’ constituency saw an uphill contest between Arun Shahpur of the BJP who is seeking to re-elect the former Congress MLA, the MP Prakash Hukkeri and Chandrashekhar Esappa Loni of JD(S)
- The South Graduates constituents witnessed the fight between the former MLC M V Ravishankar of the BJP and Madhu G Madegowda from Congress as well as H K Ramu of JD(S).
- There are several candidates from non-recognized parties as well as independents competing across the four constituencies.
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