15th Karnataka Legislative Assembly

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The 15th Karnataka Legislative Assembly was constituted after the Karnataka Legislative Assembly elections in 2018. Polling was held on 12 May[1] for 222 constituencies out of the 224-member assembly,[2] with counting of votes and results declared on 15 May.[3] The term of the assembly is for five years.

Members[edit]

Assembly Constituency No. Constituency Name of elected M.L.A Political Party Type
2 Chikodi-Sadalga Ganesh Hukkeri Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General
3 Athani Mahesh Kumathalli Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General
17 Saundatti-Yellamma Vishwanath Mamani Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
68 Nargund C. C. Patil Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
83 Shiggaon Basavaraj Bommai Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
114 Tirthahalli Araga Jnanendra Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
124 Mudigere M.P. Kumaraswamy Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party Reserved for Scheduled Castes
207 Sullia Angara S Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party Reserved for Scheduled Castes
95 Sandur E. Tukaram Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress Reserved for Scheduled Tribes
204 Mangaluru U. T. Khader Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General
111 Shimoga Rural K. B. Ashok Naik Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party Reserved for Scheduled Castes
34 Afzalpur M. Y. Patil Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General
219 Varuna Yathindra Siddaramaiah Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General
46 Aland Guttedar Subhash Rukmayya Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
177 Anekal B. Shivanna Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress Reserved for Scheduled Castes
198 Arkalgud A.T.Ramaswamy Janata Dal (Secular) General
194 Arsikere G. Mariswamy Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
52 Aurad Prabhu Chauhan Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party Reserved for Scheduled Castes
172 BTM Layout Ramalinga Reddy Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General
29 Babaleshwar M. B. Patil Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General
23 Badami Siddaramaiah Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General
24 Bagalkot Veerabhadrayya Charantimath Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
87 Ranebennur R. Shankar Karnataka Pragnyavantha Janatha Party General
145 Mulbagal H. Nagesh Independent Reserved for Scheduled Castes
222 Kollegal N. Mahesh Elephant Bahujan Samaj Party.svg Bahujan Samaj Party Reserved for Scheduled Castes
191 Nagamangala Suresh Gowdaa Janata Dal (Secular) General
31 Nagthan Devanand Fulasing Chavan Janata Dal (Secular) Reserved for Scheduled Castes
214 Nanjangud B. Harshavardhan Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party Reserved for Scheduled Castes
218 Narasimharaja Tanveer Sait Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General
69 Navalgund Shankar B. Patil Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
181 Nelamangala K. Sreenivasamurthy Janata Dal (Secular) Reserved for Scheduled Castes
1 Nippani Shashikala Annasaheb Jolle Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
171 Padmanaba Nagar R. Ashoka Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
137 Pavagada Venkataramanappa Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress Reserved for Scheduled Castes
210 Periyapatna K. Mahadeva Janata Dal (Secular) General
159 Pulakeshinagar R. Akhanda Srinivas Murthy Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress Reserved for Scheduled Castes
206 Puttur Sanjeeva Matandoor Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
53 Raichur Shivaraj Patil Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
173 Jayanagar Sowmya Reddy Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General
78 Kumta Dinakar Shetty Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
77 Karwar Roopali Naik Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
80 Sirsi Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
76 Haliyal R. V. Deshpande Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General
152 Byatarayanapura Krishna ByreGowda Indian National Congress General
160 Sarvagnanagar K. J. George Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General
215 Chamundeshwari GT Devegowda Janata Dal (Secular) General
216 Krishnaraja S. A. Ramadas Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
217 Chamaraja L. Nagendra Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
201 Moodabidri Umanatha Kotian Bharatiya Janata Party (icon).svgBharatiya Janata Party General
201 Sakaleshpur Kumaraswamy HK Janata Dal (Secular) Reserved for Scheduled Castes
138 Madhugiri M.V. Veerabhadriah Janata Dal (Secular) General
138 B. T. M Layout RamalingaReddy Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg Indian National Congress General

Sources: Election Commission of India,[4] Times of India,[5] News 18,[6][7] News Minute[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Line up early, Karnataka voters: Moderate showers predicted for May 12". The News Minute. 2018-05-10. Retrieved 2018-05-15.
  2. ^ "Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018: Crucial candidates who will define victory for their parties in today's polls". 12 May 2018.
  3. ^ http://www.uniindia.com/~/counting-for-karnataka-legislative-assembly-polls-begins/Election/news/1230960.html
  4. ^ "Constituencywise Trends". eciresults.nic.in.
  5. ^ "Live: Karnataka election results: CM Siddaramaiah loses from Chamundeshwari, close contest in Badami". Timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retrieved 2018-05-15.
  6. ^ "Karnataka Assembly Election Result 2018 Live: Karnataka Elections Results, Exit Polls Results, Opinion Poll Result". News18.
  7. ^ "Spotlight on 2 'Other' Candidates as Karnataka Heads for Photo-Finish".
  8. ^ "Karnataka Congress reaches out to independent candidates to keep BJP at bay". 15 May 2018.