LIVE: Karnataka Assembly Election Result 2018

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Karnataka Election Result 2018 LIVE: Assembly Elections

Decisions for 222 out of 224 voting demographics in Karnataka was hung on May 12. The order given by the voters of Karnataka will be referred to in a matter of seconds as the checking of votes has started.

More than 2,600 competitors, including 200 ladies, challenged in the races, which was viewed as an immediate battle between the decision Congress and the resistance BJP.

Leave surveys have anticipated that Janata Dal (Secular) — a key provincial player that has given two Chief Ministers before — is probably going to assume the part of the kingmaker.

Race in the R.R. Nagar voting demographic in Bengaluru has been put off after the seizure of more than 9,000 voter ID cards. Decision in Jayanagar in the city has additionally been contradicted following the destruction of BJP hopeful and sitting MLA Vijay Kumar.

Here are the live updates:

9:45 AM

Badami gives Siddaramaiah some rest

In spite of the fact that the Chief Minister is trailing in Chamundeshwari, he is driving in Badami electorate with an edge of 1,277 votes, against the BJP’s B. Sreeramulu.

Badami, a generally noteworthy town which was before the capital of Chalukyas, has out of the blue transformed into a key supporters that has pulled in more consideration than presumably some other body electorate this race.

The second supporters from where Mr. Siddaramaiah is challenging, in the midst of detailed restriction from his own gathering pioneers, Badami has transformed into a stage for a high-voltage challenge after the BJP handled previous Minister and pioneer of the Valmiki people group Mr. Sreeramulu. He is a nearby assistant of the dubious mining aristocrat G. Janardhan Reddy, who has been currently battling for his companion.

9:42 AM

JD(S) springs an amazement

In Tumakuru city, the JD(S)’ N. Govindaraju leads with 3,794 votes.

The BJP is battling a nearby race with its hopeful G.B. Jyothi Ganesh who has 2,478 votes starting at now.

While crusading in Karnataka, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a rally in Tumakuru that if the BJP comes to control, they will interface the Hemavathi and Nethravathi streams, and supply water to eight areas in the locale.

In Srirangapatna, JD(S) competitor Ravindra Srikantaiah is driving by 2500 votes.

H.D. Revanna is driving by 4529 votes in Holenarsipur after two rounds.

Ashwin Kumar(T.Narsipura), KM Shivalinge Gowda (Arasikere), and Somanagouda Managuli (Basavanabagewadi) are driving.

9:40 AM

Blended sack for Congress

Priyank Kharge, child of Congress pioneer Mallikarjuna Kharge, is driving in Chittapur by 469 votes.

In Chamundeshwari situate, Mr. Siddaramaiah keeps on trailing. At 9.30 a.m. he was trailing by 5,565 votes against JD(S) hopeful G.T. Deve Gowda, who won by an edge of 7,103 votes in 2013.

Income Minister Kagodu Thimmappa is trailing behind H. Halappa of BJP in Sagar section.

Congress hopefuls P.T. Parmeshwar Nail (Hadagali), and E. Tukaram (Sandur) are driving.

9:35 AM

JD(S) leads in Madikeri

B.A. Jivijaya of the JD(S) is driving in Madikeri with 4,197 votes, and the BJP’s Appachu Rajan is in second place with 2,377 votes up until this point.

A conspicuous difference to improvements identified with Cauvery in the downstream pulling in immense political intrigue, genuine natural issues undermining water yield at the stream’s exceptionally starting point in Kodagu locale is seeing finished political lack of concern even at the season of the Assembly surveys.

None of the pioneers from all the three noteworthy political gatherings have made even a passing reference to the issue amid his crusade in this espresso developing locale.

9:30 AM

Kumaraswamy visits Adichunchanagiri Math

JD(S) State president H.D. Kumaraswamy at Adichunchanagiri Math.

JD(S) State president H.D. Kumaraswamy at Adichunchanagiri Math.

JD(S) State president and previous Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy, who came back from Singapore, went by the Adichunchanagiri Math right off the bat Tuesday.

Joined by his better half and previous MLA Anitha, Mr. Kumaraswamy offered a unique puja to the god in the math. He is relied upon to come back to his home in J.P. Nagar in no time.

Mr. Kumaraswamy is challenging from two bodies electorate – Ramanagara and Channapatna.

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