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karnataka election: bjp workers protest against amit shah; top developments

The BJP on Monday released the fourth list of seven candidates for the May 12 elections to the 224-member Karnataka Assembly. According to a list finalised by BJP's Central Election Committee, G R Pravin Patil will contest from Bhadravati while Jaggesh will be party's candidate from Yeshvanthapura. The party has fielded Lallesh Reddy from B T M. Layout assembly constituency, H Lilavathi from Ramanagaram, Nandini Gowda Kanakapura, H K Suresh from Belur and J Preetham Gow from Hassan. With this, the BJP has announced 220 candidates leaving names of four candidates. Earlier today, Yeddyurappa at a rally in Mysuru announced that his son will not be contesting from Varuna seat against Siddaramaiah's son Yathendra, as projected earlier. Following the announcement, BJP workers created ruckus thro

karnataka assembly election 2018: yeddyurappa to fight from shikaripura; top dev

The BJP on Sunday released its first list of 72 candidates to contest in the Karnataka assembly elections 2018, to be held May 12 for the 224 seats across the southern state. "The central election committee of the party has decided the first 72 names for the ensuing Karnataka legislative Assembly elections," said the BJP in a statement released by its state unit. The committee met under the party's national president Amit Shah. Other members of the committe, such as Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj also attended the meet at the party's head office in New Delhi.
Among the candidates are many of the party's 48 sitting or outgoing legislators from the state's northern, central and southern regions, including Bengaluru, whi

karnataka: yeddyurappa says bjp to win 125-130 seats, congress 70; updates

Former Karnataka Chief Minister and the CM candidate of BJP during the Karnataka Assembly Election 2018, B S Yeddyurappa said on Sunday that his party will be victorious with 125-130 seats in the state assembly. He said that the Congress will be decimated, adding that the incumbent party won't get more than 70 seats. JD(S) willl not cross 25 seats, according to him. "There is a silent and strong wave in favour of BJP and public anger against Siddaramaiah and Congress," he said. "This will be known when the results would be declared on Tuesday. BJP will form the government with an absolute majority, while Congress will exit from Karnataka," he added. When asked about Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's advice on not believing the exit polls, Yeddyurappa said, "I am not saying this. Cong

karnataka assembly election 2018: yeddyurappa says bjp will win; top 10 developm

The single phase polling for Karnataka Assembly Election 2018 in 222 constituencies has begun. Today's votes will decide the fate of 2,636 candidates. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Congress and JD (S) are the main contesting parties. The state has seen fever pitch campaigning by top leaders, each attempting to woo voters through their unique campaigning styles. Karnataka election has been billed as the quarterfinal before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls with huge stakes for both BJP and Congress. The ruling Congress and the BJP are the main contenders for power, while former prime minister H D Deve Gowda's JD(S) is likely to play the kingmaker, according to most surveys and opinion polls. The results for the Karnataka elections will be known on Tuesday. Although Karnataka Assembly has 224 seats,

karnataka assembly election 2018: yeddyurappa says bjp will win; top 10 developm

The single phase polling for Karnataka Assembly Election 2018 in 222 constituencies has begun. Today's votes will decide the fate of 2,636 candidates. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Congress and JD (S) are the main contesting parties. The state has seen fever pitch campaigning by top leaders, each attempting to woo voters through their unique campaigning styles. Karnataka election has been billed as the quarterfinal before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls with huge stakes for both BJP and Congress. The ruling Congress and the BJP are the main contenders for power, while former prime minister H D Deve Gowda's JD(S) is likely to play the kingmaker, according to most surveys and opinion polls. The results for the Karnataka elections will be known on Tuesday. Although Karnataka Assembly has 224 seats,

karnataka assembly election 2018: yeddyurappa says bjp will win; top 10 developm

The single phase polling for Karnataka Assembly Election 2018 in 222 constituencies has begun. Today's votes will decide the fate of 2,636 candidates. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Congress and JD (S) are the main contesting parties. The state has seen fever pitch campaigning by top leaders, each attempting to woo voters through their unique campaigning styles. Karnataka election has been billed as the quarterfinal before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls with huge stakes for both BJP and Congress. The ruling Congress and the BJP are the main contenders for power, while former prime minister H D Deve Gowda's JD(S) is likely to play the kingmaker, according to most surveys and opinion polls. The results for the Karnataka elections will be known on Tuesday. Although Karnataka Assembly has 224 seats,

karnataka assembly election 2018: karnataka polls campaigning ends today; fake v

Here are the top ten developments regarding the May 12 Karnataka Assembly election 2018:1. Campaigning in poll-bound Karnataka ends: The vitriol-filled campaign for the Karnataka Assembly elections ended today with top leaders of the BJP and Congress, including Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi, making a last-gasp effort to sway the voters in a likely cliffhanger. From corruption to communalism, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's Rs 7 million (Rs 70 lakh) Hublot watch to UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi's foreign origin, the electoral potboiler had it all. Karnataka elections: Chief ministerial canditates B S Yeddyurappa (BJP) and Siddaramaiah (Congress) Like all state polls since he assumed the reins of power in New Delhi, Modi helmed the BJP's adrenaline-charged campaign despite the party having dec

karnataka polls 2018: modi to address 3 rallies today; top 10 developments

With the Karanataka Assembly election 2018 fast approaching, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch a campaign blitzkrieg in the poll-bound southern state on Tuesday to add heft to the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP's) efforts to unseat the Siddaramaiah-led Congress government. The prime minister will today address rallies at Santhemarahalli, Udupi, and Chikkodi which will be followed by at least a dozen more rallies in the days to come.
Meanwhile, a day before Prime Minister Modi landing in Karnataka, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah posed a series of questions aimed at him over the BJP giving tickets to 'tainted' mining baron G Janardhan Reddy's brothers and associates, declaring B S Yeddyurappa as its chief ministerial candidate, and raising the issue of rapes in the state while also givi

karnataka polls: siddaramaiah says can sacrifice cm post for dalit; updates

Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah on Sunday said that he is ready to sacrifice the Chief Minister's office to make way for a Dalit, according to a report by news agency ANI. Meanwhile, Janata Dal (Secular) (JD-S) supremo H D Deve Gowda said that he was not yet "prepared" to "accept or reject" anything and asked people to wait for the results day. His reaction came after the exit poll projections showed his party emerging as the kingmaker in Karnataka. "I am not prepared to accept or reject anything, let's wait for May 15 (counting of votes), we will get to know the reality," he told ANI. Former Karnataka Chief Minister and the CM candidate of BJP during the Karnataka Assembly Election 2018, B S Yeddyurappa said today that his party will be victorious with 125-130 seats in the state assembly. He sa

karnataka election: rahul rides cycle to protest petrol price hike; updates

With the Karnataka Assembly election 2018 days away, the BJP and Congress are running fierce campaigns to win the Karnataka polls 2018. Catch today's latest Karnataka election campaign updates here

karnataka election fallout: yeddyurappa quits as cm after emotional speech

Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa resigned from his post ahead of the floor test in the state Assembly. In an emotional speech in the House, Yeddyurappa said, "I will lose nothing if I lose power; my life is for the people." He added, "If only people would have given us 113 seats instead of 104, we would have made this state a paradise." He then said that he would resign as the chief minister of Karnataka. He will meet the governor after the Assembly session and tender his resignation. The Supreme Court on Saturday ordered live telecast of the floor test in the Karnataka Assembly where Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa has to prove his majority. The floor test is scheduled for 4 pm. "Live broadcast of floor test will be the best possible way to ensure transparency in the proceedings,"

karnataka polls 2018: minority tag to lingayat 'election gimmick', says bjp

Karnataka BJP chief B S Yeddyurappa today said the state government's move to grant religious minority status to the Veerashaiva-Lingayat community was a "election gimmick" and accused Chief Minister Siddaramaiah of dividing people on emotional issues.
Yeddyurappa is a Lingayat strongman and BJP's chief ministerial candidate for the coming Karnataka Assembly polls 2018.
He also sought to know the need to rake up the issue of minority tag when the UPA government had rejected the separate religious status to Lingayats.
"Siddaramaiah is dividing society on emotional issues. There is not just one Lingayat-Veerashaiva...The move to give religion tag to Lingayats is an election gimmick. It is an attempt to mislead people," Yeddyurappa told reporters here.
The state BJP chief clarified hi

karnataka throws fractured mandate: bjp, congress eye 'first opportunity'

Karnataka Assembly election 2018 result is close to being known as vote counting is underway on Tuesday, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally blitz in the state poised to pay off. According to official Election Commission figures as of 10:23 pm, the BJP was leading in 1 seat and had won 103 seats, the Congress was leading in none and had won 78, the Janata Dal (Secular) had won 37 seats and was leading in none. The Karnataka Pragnyavantha Janatha Party had won one seat, the Bahujan Samaj Party won one seat, and the independents had won one seat. Meanwhile, Siddaramaiah has submitted his resignation to Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Rudabhai Vala after Congress was voted out of power. Soon after, JD(S)'s HD Kumaraswamy met the Governor and wrote to him that the party has accepted Congress

karnataka polls: will give in writing that bjp will win, says yeddyurappa

BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate B S Yeddyurappa on Sunday said he will "give it in writing that the saffron party would win the Karnataka Assembly elections with an absolute majority and get 125 to 130 seats.
He claimed that there is a strong wave in BJP's favour.
"I have been in Karnataka politics for long... I will give it in writing. BJP is winning with an absolute majority the Karnataka elections. You can verify it once the results are out," he told reporters here.Yeddyurappa said his calculations had never gone wrong in his political career and he expected the BJP to win 125 to 130 seats.
"We expect to win 125-130 seats. Congress will not cross 70 and JDS not cross 24-25. These are my figures. My calculations have never gone wrong in my political career," he said.Yeddyurappa c

yeddyurappa asserts becoming cm again, warns police of harassing bjp workers

Karnataka BJP chief B S Yeddyurappa today asserted that he would become chief minister after the coming assembly elections and warned police officials working as "puppets" of the ruling Congress that the consequences "will not be right" for them.Addressing a rally as part of his 'Nava Karnataka Parivartana Yatre' at Sira in Tumkur district, the state BJP president said, "I want to tell our police officers, after three or four months I will come as Chief Minister.""Those police officials who are acting as puppets of the Congress, harassing our karyakartas against law by adding their name to the rowdies' list and creating an atmosphere of fear... I want to warn that consequences will not be right for you once we come back to power," Yeddyurappa said.State Assembly elections are due in Karnat

corrupt yeddyurappa: will amit shah's faux pas benefit siddaramaiah, cong?

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah on Tuesday evidently suffered a major slip of tongue when he said if there was to be a competition for the most corrupt government in India, the one to top it would be the B S Yeddyurappa government. Yeddyurappa is Shah's party colleague and he led the previous Karnataka government as its 19th chief minister from May 30, 2008, to July 31, 2011. He is also BJP's chief ministerial candidate for the upcoming Karnataka Assembly elections 2018. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah thanked Shah, claiming that the BJP president was finally speaking "the truth". Shah, corrected by a person sitting next to him, hurriedly amended his statement. In the high-stakes political campaign for Karnataka, the BJP and the Congress have traded many barbs, with Siddaramai

modi trashes karnataka election opinion polls, says bjp will win; updates

Karnataka election: Confident of a BJP victory in Karnataka too, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday ruled out a hung Assembly after the May 12 elections. "There is no way there will be a hung Assembly as is being predicted. We are confident of coming to power in Karnataka too," said Modi at a huge public meeting in Karnataka's northwest region, about 500 km from Bengaluru. Recalling that the Congress had lost nearly 12 states that it was ruling, Modi told the gathering that as that party feared a loss in the ensuing polls, its leaders were spreading lies and fear among the people about a hung Assembly. Opinion polls by various agencies have projected a hung Assembly for the southern state with the ruling Congress or the opposition BJP having an edge in the 225-member legislative house

karnataka assembly elections 2018: jds is `b team` of bjp, says rahul gandhi

Congress president Rahul Gandhi today termed Janata Dal (Secular) as "B team" of BJP and said his party would win the coming Karnataka assembly polls 2018."JDS people, they have only one work do, (they are) BJP's B team. They have decided, let whatever happens, let whatever needs to be done...make BJP win," Gandhi said.
Addressing a rally here in the Lok Sabha constituency of former prime minister and JDS supremo H D Deve Gowda, he said "they (JDS) are supporting BJP from behind. They feel that people of Karnataka will not come to know and they can't understand."Gandhi was on his third round of election campaign in poll bound Karnataka.
The Congress president said "In Karnataka only one party is going to win, its name is Congress party. ""Let RSS' A team, B team, C team, D team, E team

karnataka election on may 12, result on may 15, vvpat for evms; updates

The Election Commission is set to announce dates and the entire polling schedule of Karnataka Assembly Elections for the 224-member Karnataka assembly today

karnataka assembly election 2018: karnataka polls campaigning ends today; fake v

With the Karnataka Assembly election 2018 just two days away, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress' high-voltage campaigning will come to an end on Thursday at 5 pm. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today interacted with BJP Karnataka's SC/ST/OBC and slum morcha workers, slamming the Congress for disrespecting B R Ambedkar while trying to burnish his own government's record regarding welfare of SC/STs and OBCs. Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that he was confident of his party's victory in the Karnataka election. For the BJP, party president Amit Shah and the party's chief ministerial candidate B S Yeddyurappa will be campaigning in the state today, while Congress chief Gandhi and incumbent Chief Minister Siddaramaiah will campaign for their party on the final day. Apart from Pri

karnataka assembly election 2018: why it is important for bjp and congress

This April-May will evidence the Karnataka Legislative Assembly elections in 224 constituencies to elect their respective members. Karnataka Assembly tenure ends in May 2018. The upcoming election is scheduled for April-May 2018.The Lotus Strategy: Criticizing Invites DeathThe official campaign of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) began on November 2, 2017. They launched Nava Karnataka Nirmana Parivarthana rally, which was for 75 days across the entire state lead by the state president, Y.S Yeddyurappa. The rally was completed on February 8, 2018, covering all the constituents in Karnataka covering all the constituencies and ended with a note addressed by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Prime Minister in his speech said that the entire world is busy with ease of doing business, while the

karnataka polls: bjp's yeddyurappa calls rahul gandhi an 'election hindu'

As Rahul Gandhi kickstarts his campaign for the coming assembly polls in Karnataka on Saturday, state BJP President B S Yeddyurappa has welcomed theCongress President by calling him an "Election Hindu". He also claimed that the Congress President would fulfil BJP's dream of a "Congress Mukt Karnataka". "I heartily welcome #ElectionHindu @OfficeOfRG to Ballari. The #Congress President will fulfil our dream of a #CongressMuktKarnataka," Yeddyurappa said in a tweet. Stating that Congress has faced setback and BJP has won wherever Rahul Gandhi has campaigned in the past, in another tweet in Kannada he said: "Rahul's arrival is like arrival of good fortune for BJP." In a similar fashion, ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's public rally here on February 4, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramai

karnataka polls 2018: siddaramaiah, congress respond to modi charges; updates

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Wednesday alleged that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Janata Dal (Secular) (JD-S) has forged an alliance in Karnataka for many constituencies, but still the Congress party will sweep back to power in the forthcoming assembly polls. "In many constituencies, the BJP and the JD-S have joined hands, but they still would not be able to defeat us as the people are with us," Siddaramaiah said, while talking to the reporters. Further attacking BJP chief ministerial candidate B S Yeddyurappa, Siddaramaiah said that number of criminal cases has been registered against the former and such "corrupt" person will not get any support from the people. He said that number of cases have been registered against Yeddyurappa and because of that, he want to come to power

presstv-india's ruling party fails to form govt. in karnataka

India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has suffered a setback as the chief minister of the southern state of Karnataka stepped down after admitting he did not have enough support to form a government.B.S. Yeddyurappa, 75, of the Hindu nationalist BJP resigned minutes ahead of a confidence vote on Saturday.The Supreme Court on Friday ordered Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP to prove its majority in the Karnataka state assembly. The opposition Congress party had complained that the BJP lacked the necessary support."I have faced the test of fire all my life. I will lose nothing if I lose power. I am going straight to the governor's house to give my resignation," Yeddyurappa said. "The mandate was not for Congress and Janata Dal. They lost the election but they indulged in opportunist p

how bjp broke congress' dalit stronghold and secured a big win in karnataka

The three basic questions any reporter is taught to ask is: when; where and how. In the context of the Karnataka Assembly election 2018, another one needs to be added: ‘for how long’.
The dismantling of the Siddaramaiah regime began nearly 18 months ago, when B S Yeddyurappa took office as the leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) – much to the chagrin of rival party leaders like K Eshwarappa and Jagadish Shettar, even one-time protege and loyalist Sadananda Gowda – and proceeded to break the AHINDA (an acronym for minorities, backward classes and Dalits) caste coalition that brought the Congress to power in 2013.
The Congress had gained from the backing of the minorities and the Dalits. The first, Yeddyurappa knew he could not do anything about. The second, he could. He embarked

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