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Loksabha in Karnataka

Updated on May 19, 2014

Karnataka

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Karnatak

Karnatak is a south Indian state in India that was established on 1 November 1956.It consists of 3o districts and the capital of Bangalore.Hansraj Bharadwaj is the Governor of the state and the chief minister is Siddaramaiah from Indian National Congress.Karnatak has a bicameral legislature having 224 and 75 seats. A total population of 61,130,704 people live in an area of Total 191,791 km2 .Official language is Kannada(Kannara).75.60% people are literate.

Parliamentary Constituencies in Karnataka

No of Parliamentary Constituency
Name of Parliamentary Constituency
Reserved For
1
Chikkodi
General
2
Belgaum
General
3
Bagalkot
General
4
Bijapur
Schedule Caste
5
Gulbarga
Schedule Caste
6
Raichur
Schedule Tribe
7
Bidar
General
8
Koppal
General
9
Bellary
Schedule Tribe
10
Haveri
General
11
Dharwad
General
12
Uttara Kannada
General
13
Davanagere
General
14
Shimoga
General
15
Udupi Chikmagalur
General
16
Hassan
General
17
Dakshina Kannada
General
18
Chitradurga
Schedule Caste
19
Tumkur
General
20
Mandya
General
21
Mysore
General
22
Chamarajanagar
Schedule Caste
23
Bangalore Rural
General
24
Bangalore North
General
25
Bangalore Central
General
26
Bangalore South
General
27
Chikkballapur
General
28
Kolar
General

2009 Loksabha Election Result

No and Name of Parliamentary Constituency
Member of Parliament(MP)
Party
1 Chikkodi
Katti Ramesh Vishwanath
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
2 Belgaum
Angadi Suresh Channabasappa
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
3 Bagalkot
Gaddigoudar P. C. Bharatiya Janata Party
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
4 Bijapur
Ramesh Jigajinagi
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
5 Gulbarga
Mallikarjun Kharge
Indian National Congress(INC)
6 Raichur
Sanna Pakirappa
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
7 Bidar
Dharam Singh
Indian National Congress(INC)
8 Koppal
Shivaramagouda Shivanagouda
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
9 Bellary
J. Shantha
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
10 Haveri
Shivkumar Chanabasappa Udasi
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
11 Dharwad
Pralhad Joshi
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
12 Uttara
Kannada Ananthkumar Hegde
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
13 Davanagere
G.M. Siddeswara
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
14 Shimoga
B. Y. Raghavendra
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
15 Udupi Chikmagalur
D. V. Sadananda Gowda (resigned Dec 2011)
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
15 Udupi Chikmagalur
K. Jayaprakash Hegde
Indian National Congress(INC)
16 Hassan
H. D. Devegowda
Janata Dal (Secular)
17 Dakshina Kannada
Nalin Kumar Kateel
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
18 Chitradurga
Janardhana Swamy
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
19 Tumkur
G.S. Basavaraj
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
20 Mandya
N. Chaluvaraya Swamy (resigned May 2013)
Janata Dal (Secular)
20 Mandya
Divya Spandana a.k.a Ramya
Indian National Congress(INC)
21 Mysore
Adagur H. Vishwanath
Indian National Congress(INC)
22 Chamarajanagar
R.Dhruvanarayana
Indian National Congress(INC)
23 Bangalore Rural
H. D. Kumaraswamy (resigned May 2013)
Janata Dal (Secular)
23 Bangalore Rural
D. K. Suresh
Indian National Congress(INC)
24 Bangalore North
D.B. Chandre Gowda
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
25 Bangalore Central
P. C. Mohan
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
26 Bangalore South
Ananth Kumar
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
27 Chikballapur
M. Veerappa Moily
Indian National Congress(INC)

2004 Loksabha Result in Karnatak

Parliamentary Constituency No and Name
Member of Parliament(MP)
 
Nearest Contestant
Party
1 Bidar (SC)
Ramchandra Veerappa
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Suryawanshi INC
Indian National Congress(INC)
Polls Bidar
Narsing Halla Suryawanshi
Indian National Congress(INC)
Basawraj Ramchandra Veerappa
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
2 Gulbarga
Iqbal Ahmed Saradgi
Indian National Congress(INC)
Basawaraj Patil Sedam
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
3 Raichur
A.Venkatesh Naik
Indian National Congress(INC)
Raja Madangopal Nayak
Janata Dal(United)
4 Koppal
K. Virupaxappa
Indian National Congress(INC)
Nagappa Bheemappa Saloni
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
5 Bellary
G. Karunakara Reddy
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Kondaiah K C
Indian National Congress(INC)
6 Davanagere
G.M. Siddeswara
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Mallikarjun S S
Indian National Congress(INC)
7 Chitradurga
N.Y. Hanumanthappa
Indian National Congress(INC)
Kodandaramaiah P
Janata Dal(United)
8 Tumkur
S. Mallikarjunaiah
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Jagadeesh D L
Janata Dal(United)
9 Chikkaballapur
R.L. Jalappa
Indian National Congress(INC)
Shashi Kumar
Janata Dal(United)
10 Kolar (SC)
K.H. Muniyappa
Indian National Congress(INC)
Veeraiah D S
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
11 Kanakapura
Tejashwini See Ramesh F
Indian National Congress(INC)
Ramachandra Gowda
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
12 Bangalore North
Dr. H.T. Sangliana
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Jaffer Sharief C K
Indian National Congress(INC)
13 Bangalore South
Ananth Kumar
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Krishnappa
Indian National Congress(INC)
14 Mandya
Ambareesh M. H.
Indian National Congress(INC)
Dr. S Ramegowda
Janata Dal(United)
15 Chamarajanagar (SC)
M. Shivanna JD(S)
 
A Siddaraju
Indian National Congress(INC)
16 Mysore
C. H. Vijayashankar
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
A S Guruswamy
Janata Dal(United)
17 Mangalore
D. V. Sadananda Gowda
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
M Veerappa Moily
Indian National Congress(INC)
18 Udupi
Manorama Madhwaraj F
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Vinaya Kumar Sorake
Indian National Congress(INC)
19 Hassan
H. D. Devegowda JD(S)
 
H C Srikantaiah Alias Annaiah
Indian National Congress(INC)
20 Chikmagalur
D. C. Srikantappa
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
B L Shankar
Indian National Congress(INC)
21 Shimoga
S. Bangarappa
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Ayanur Manjunath
Indian National Congress(INC)
By Polls Shimoga
S.Bangarappa SP
 
Ayanur Manjunatha
Indian National Congress(INC)
22 Kanara
Ananthkumar Hegde
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Alva Margaret
Indian National Congress(INC)
22 Kanara
Mutaguppi Laxmesh Putta IND
 
Ajeya Madhav Shanbhag
Independent Party
24 Dharwad North
Pralhad Joshi
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
B S Patil
Indian National Congress(INC)
25 Belgaum
Angadi Suresh Chanabasappa
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Amarsinh Vasantrao Patil
Indian National Congress(INC)
26 Chikkodi (SC)
Jigajinagi Ramesh Chandappa
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Ghatage S B
Indian National Congress(INC)
27 Bagalkot
Gaddigoudar Parvatagouda Chandanagouda
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Patil R S
Indian National Congress(INC)
28 Bijapur
Basanagouda R Patil (Yatnal)
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Basanagouda Somanagouda Patil (Managuli)
Indian National Congress(INC)

Result of 1999 Loksabha in Karnataka

Year
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Indian National Congress (INC)
Janata Dal (United) (JD -U)
1999
7
18
3

Result of 1998 Loksabha in Karnataka

Year
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
Indian National Congress (INC)
Janata Dal (JD)
LOK Shakti (LS)
1998
13
9
3
3

Result of Loksabha in 1996 in Karnataka

Year
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
Indian National Congress (INC)
Janata Dal (JD)
Karnataka Congress Party (KCP)
1996
6
5
16
1
1

1991 Loksabha Result in Karnataka

Year
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
Indian National Congress (INC)
Janata Dal (JD)
1991
4
23
1

Loksabha Result of 1989 in Karnataka

Year
Indian National Congress (INC)
Janata Dal (JD)
1989
24
1

Loksabha Result of 1984 in Karnataka

Year
Indian National Congress (INC)
Janata Party (JNP)
1984
24
4

1980 Loksabha Result in Karnataka

Year
Indian National Congress (INC)
Janata Party (JNP)
1980
27
1

Karnataka Loksabha Result in 1977

Year
Indian National Congress (INC)
Bharatiya Lok Dal (BLD)
1977
26
2

Contesting Candidates in Karnataka Loksabha for 2014 Election

No and Name of Parliamentary Constiruency
Aam Aadmi Party(AAP)
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Congress
Janata Dal(Secular)
1 Chikkodi
Ashfaq Ahmed Madaki
Shri Ramesh V Katti
Prakash B. Hukkeri
Shrimantha Balasaheb Patil
2 Belgaum
Muttappa C. Angadi
Shri Suresh C Angadi
Smt. Lakshmi Hebbalkar
Naseer Bhagawan
3 Bagalkot
Kutubuddin B Kazi
Shri P C Gaddigoudar
Ajay Kumar Sarnaik
Ravi Hansihal
4 Bijapur (SC)
Sridhar Narayankar
Shri Ramesh C Jigajinagi
Prakash Rathod
K Shivaram(IAS)
5 Gulbarga (SC)
Dr (Mrs) B.T.Lalitha Naik
Shri Revu Naik Belamgi
Mallikarjun Kharge
D G Sagar
6 Raichur (ST)
Bhimaraya
Shri K Sivanagouda Naik
B. V. Naik
D B Naik
7 Bidar
Chandrakant Kulkarni
Shri Bhagwant Khuba
Dharam Singh
Bandeppa Kashempur
8 Koppal
Shivakumar N. Tontapura
Shri Sanganna A Karadi
Basavaraj Hitnal
 
9 Bellary (ST)
ShivakumarGiriyappaMalagi
Shri B Sriramulu
 
R Ravindra Kumar
10 Haveri
Hassan Ali Sirquazi
Shri Shivkumari C Udasi
Saleem Ahamed
Ravi B Menasinakai
11 Dharwad
Hemant Kumar
Shri Prahlad Joshi
Vinay Kulkarni
Hanumanthappa Bankapur
12 Uttara Kannada
Raghavendra Thane
Shri Ananth Kumar Hegde
Prashant Deshpande
 
13 Davanagere
Basavaraj K J
Shri G M Siddeswara
S.S. Mallikarjun
Mahima J Patel
14 Shimoga
G. Sridhara Kallahalla
Shri B S Yeddyurappa
Manjunath Bhandary
Geetha Shivarajkumar
15 Udupi Chikmagalur
Gurudev S H
Kum Shobha Karandlaje
Jayprakash Hegde
Dhananjai Kumar
16 Hassan
Santhosh MohanGowda
Shri C H Vijay Shankar
A. Manju
H D Devegowda
17 Dakshina Kannada
M. R. Vasudeva
Shri Nalin Kumar Katil
Janardana Poojary
SDPI(Alliance)
18 Chitradurga (SC)
Mohan Dasari
Shri Janardhana Swamy
Chandrappa
Goolihatti Shekar
19 Tumkur
A.S.D’Silva
Shri G S Basavaraj
S.P. Muddahanumegowda
A Krishnappa
20 Mandya
Dr C.S.Hanumanthappa
Dr B Shivalingaiah
Divya Spandana Ramya
C S Puttaraju
21 Mysore
Padmamma M.V.
Shri Prathap Simha
A.H. Vishwanath
Chandra Shekaraiah
22 Chamarajanagar (SC)
Sampath Kumar
Shri A R Krishna Murthy
R. Dhruvanarayana
M Shivanna
23 Bangalore Rural
Ravikrishna Reddy
Shri P Muniraja Gowda
D.K. Suresh
R Pravakar Reddi
24 Bangalore North
Prof Babu Mathew
Shri D V Sadananda Gowda
C. Narayana Swamy
Abdul Azeem
25 Bangalore Central
V. Balakrishnan
Shri P C Mohan
Rizwan Arshad
Nandhini Alva
26 Bangalore South
Nina P. Nayak
Shri Ananth Kumar
Nandan Nilekani
Ruth Manorama
27 Chikkballapur
K. Arkesh
Shri B N Bachhegouda
Dr M Veerappa Moily
H D Kumar Swami
28 Kolar(SC)
KotiganahalliRamaiah
Shri M Narayanaswamy
K.H. Muniyappa
Keshava K

H D Devegowda ,Former Prime Minister of India and Chief of Janata Dal

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Poll Dates of 2014 Loksabha in Karnataka

Parliamentary Constituency
Poll Date
Chikkodi
17th April
Belgaum
17th April
Bagalkot
17th April
Bijapur
17th April
Gulbarga
17th April
Raichur
17th April
Bidar
17th April
Koppal
17th April
Bellary
17th April
Haveri
17th April
Dharwad
17th April
Uttara Kannada
17th April
Davanagere
17th April
Shimoga
17th April
Udupi Chikmagalur
17th April
Hassan
17th April
Dakshina Kannada
17th April
Chitradurga
17th April
Tumkur
17th April
Mandya
17th April
Mysore
17th April
Chamarajanagar
17th April
Bangalore Rural
17th April
Bangalore North
17th April
Bangalore Central
17th April
Bangalore South
17th April
Chikkballapur
17th April
Kolar
17th April

Now we have to wait for the result of 2014 on 16th May this year to see if Narendra Modi is going to be the next Prime Minister of India.Narendra Modi certainly thinks of getting more and mor seats from Karnataka for he has an eye to capture the 272 seats from the states of India specially from some states like Rajasthan,Uttar Pradesh, Gujrat,Bihar,Haryana, Punjab, Maharashtra etc and of course Karnataka is one of these.As he is thinking of getting at least 15 seats out of 28 and hopes to get 20 seats only from here.Now we have to see if NaMo Narendra Modi's dream comes to be true and the result of Karnataka is also to be kept in mind.Poll falls on 17th April.

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      Mahadeb Kar 3 years ago from Somewhere in India

      @pramodgokhale :- Internal bleeding stops,you think former Karnataka chief minister B S Yeddyurappa will help BJP making a united effort lessen the seats of Congress as much as possible and make NaMo PM.

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      pramodgokhale 3 years ago from Pune( India)

      In MAy 2013 BJP lost Karnataka because of their infighting , Now Yeddiurappa is back in party so , BJP is going to win more seats. Let us wait for 16