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Karnataka elections results 2013: How parties fared in regions

Last Updated: Wednesday, May 08, 2013, 16:22
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Karnataka elections results 2013: How parties fared in regions Zee Media Bureau

Bangalore: The Congress is back in power in Karnataka. As per the latest results/trends, the party has secured a clear majority in the Legislative Assembly emerging as the single largest party in the state. The incumbent BJP and the JD(S) are fighting it out for the number two position.

In Central Karnataka, the bastion of KJP leader BS Yeddyurappa, Congress appears to have benefitted due to the vote split caused by the divorce between Yeddyurappa and the BJP.

Here, the Congress appears to have gained much ground leading to its better showing in the Karnataka Assembly Elections.

The vote split between KJP and BJP has impacted both the parties.

Karnataka elections results 2013: How parties fared in regions In Southern Karnataka, the JD(S) gave a tough fight to the Congress which has emerged as the single largest party in the vote count.

This is the region where Congress lost the most.

In Bangalore too, Deve Gowda's JD(S) gave Congress a run for its money. The national party made small gains here and bagged under 50% of the seats. The JD(S), on the other hand, gained significantly.

Karnataka elections results 2013: How parties fared in regions It was in Mumbai Karnataka where Congress performed the best, also due to the fact that Yeddyurappa had the maximum impact on the prospects of the BJP here.

The Congress also increased its vote share in the northern region of Hyderabad Karnataka.

In the western and coastal regions, Congress wrested most of the seats BJP had won last time.

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First Published: Wednesday, May 08, 2013, 10:24
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kalyan - guntur , andhra pradhesh
one bad governament collapse another corrupted government is formed oh god please save karnataka people from corruptions
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sunil - bangalore
THE END OF BJP IN SOUTH END, I DONT THINK THEY ARE EVEN CAPABLE TO SIT AS OPPOSITION PARTY.
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Chandra - Bangalore
Karnataka people will not support a corrupted candidate irrespective of party
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cheguri mallesh - hyderabad
congrats congress..people will not tolerate any corrupted govt ,results have shown us today,but what about next general elections,congress should think over......
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Jitendra singh rao - rajasthan
yaha bjp ki sarakar banani chiye thi par thoda brstachaar ka aarop tha par hamare rajasthan or baaki state Maine bjp ka adikar rahea
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Rajendran - Coimbatore
Well. Hindu unity again goes back without knowing that Congress would pave way for conversion and will try to make up the lost time. Foreign culture will enter Karnataka and will spoil the youth as well.
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shreyas - bangalore
any ways frm the time BJP came into power its been only the corruption.. atleast now let congress or JDS run a gud govt. and let karanataka gets back its good name.. after BJP came into power its been the karanataka was named as best corrupted place in the world. so let us rock CONGRESS is back to the power..
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Nagaraju - Hyderabad
It is very good lesson for BJP in both ways.One is their corruption and inconsistent CM`s, second one is they knew now how much percentage they have to work hard for 2014 parlament elections
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Nagaraju - Hyderabad
It is very good lesson for BJP in both ways.One is their corruption and inconsistent CM`s, second one is they knew now how much percentage they have to work hard for 2014 parlament elections
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P Kumar - Bangalore
We Pepople of Karnataka don`t want to see again the OLD Congress administration with roudy`s - PLS come forward improve the Country, work for walfare of the people
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Mohan - BANGLORE
it`s black day for Karnataka has once again the corrupted party congress ruling......the people will not never learn lessons....



K V RAGHAVENDRA - HYDERABAD
IT IS UNFORTUNATE, BECAUSE OF SELFISHNESS OF SOME LEADERS IN BJP SPOIL THE TOTAL BJP IMAGE IN THE COUNTRY. BECAUSE OF MR. YEDIYURAPPA AND OTHER LEADERS CORRUPTION MAKE THE DISCIPLINED PARTY TO LOST ITS BASE IN SOUTH. ALSO THE LEADERS OF BJP FIGHT EACH OTHER FOR POWER AND THE PEOPLES OF KARNATAKA BECOME FRUSTRATED WITH THE ATTITUDE OF THE BJP LEADERS. ANY HOW IT IS A NEW BEGINNING AND IT IS A LESSON TO BJP AND OTHER POLITICAL PARTY THAT THE PEOPLES WILL NOT SPARE ANY ONE IN CASE THEY WORK ACCORDING TO THEIR WISH.



Amar Shukla - Bangalore
Modi`s charm didn`t worked in Karnataka, how will it work in India. Indian democracy is so good that no one can fool them with there charisma or lies.





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