Live Karnataka legislative assembly election results 2018 कर्नाटक चुनाव नतीजे Karnataka Legislative Assembly is the lower house of the bicameral legislature. Karnataka assembly election 2018 dates. Karnataka Assembly Election result will be announced Voting Dates, Exit Polls, Election A Lookback At Karnataka Election
Karnataka election result 2018 LIVE updates: Counting of votes to be launched in awhile
Karnataka election Results: Counting begins at eight o’clock
The results of the Karnataka assembly election are to come today (Tuesday). There are many possibilities in front of political analysts such as exit and apinion poles. Polls have been voicing forecasts of hung assembly in the State in subsequent surveys. Voting on May 12 (Saturday) in Karnataka stood at 222 seats. Election office sources reported that the counting would start at approximately 40 centres at eight o’clock in the morning. Trends may begin to arrive within an hour and the election results will be evident until late evening today. If the Congress wins in the Karnataka assembly, the possibility is being siddharmaiyaed that the chief Minister can remain the same. If the power BJP the court, the BS-Yediyurapapa will become the chief Minister. Both the Congress and the BJP parties have been saying their victory as a result of the election. But it is believed that the Janata Dal (s) of the former prime Minister HD Devgauda may play the role of ‘ kingmaker ‘.
A Congress delegation met Karnataka Chief Election Commissioner (CEO)&demanded action against concerned parties in connection with recovery of postal ballots from a hotel in Badami.Also demanded all EVMs & VVPATs to be displayed to agents at the counting table #KarnatakaElections
Bellary: BJP’s B.Sriramalu prays ahead of counting of votes. He is contesting against CM Siddaramaiah from Badami constituency. #KarnatakaElections2018
11,000 police personnel, 1 Rapid Action Force (RAF) company & 20 Karnataka State Reserve Police (KSRP) companies have been deployed across Bengaluru today ahead of counting of votes for #KarnatakaElections2018; #Visuals from a counting center (Maharani College)