Karnataka Assembly election results 2018: Full list of BJP winners

BJP emerged as the single largest party in the Karnataka on Tuesday, but fell short of majority mark.

Karnataka Assembly election results 2018: Full list of BJP winners

Bengaluru: The Karnataka Assembly election results threw up an unexpected suspense on Tuesday, as a simple majority tantalisingly eluded BJP and the Congress quickly proclaimed support to third-placed JD(S) to keep the saffron party out of power. All eyes are now on Governor Vajubhai Vala who will have to decide whether to call BJP, the single largest winner of seats, to try to form the government or go with the JD(S)-Congress combine, which together have a clear majority in the 224-member Assembly.

Both sides rushed to meet the Governor, their vehicles slowly cutting through the throngs of party workers and supporters assembled outside the Raj Bhavan gates, and staked claim to power. In a roller-coaster ride for BJP, it initially appeared that the party was set to return to power after a five-year hiatus with a resounding majority. But as all the trends became known, it appeared the party will fall a few seats short of the 112 needed to form the government. 

The full list of BJP candidates who have won the Karnataka Assembly elections 2018 is given below.

Karnataka elections- Full list of winners
Constituency Winner Party
Nippani Jolle Shashikala Annasaheb BJP
Kudachi P.Rajeev BJP
Raybag Aihole Duryodhan Mahalingappa BJP
Hukkeri Umesh Vishwanath Katti BJP
Arabhavi Balachandra Lakshmanarao Jarakiholi BJP
Belgaum Uttar Anil S Benake  BJP
Belgaum Dakshin Abhay Patil BJP
Kittur Doddagoudar Mahantesh Basavantaray BJP
Saundatti Yellamma Vishwanath Chandrashekhar Mamani Alias Anand BJP
Ramdurg Mahadevappa Shivalingappa Yadawad BJP
Mudhol Govind Makthappa Karajol BJP
Terdal Siddu Savadi BJP
Bilgi Murugesh Rudrappa Nirani BJP
Bagalkot Veerabhadrayya (Veeranna) Charantimath BJP
Hungund Doddanagouda G Patil BJP
Muddebihal Ameenappa Gouda S Patil (Nadahalli) BJP
Devar Hippargi Somanagouda B Patil (Sasanur) BJP
Bijapur City Basanagoud R Patil (Yatnal) BJP
Shorapur Narasimhanayak (Rajugouda) BJP
Yadgir Venkatreddy Mudnal BJP
Sedam Rajkumar Patil BJP
Gulbarga Rural Basawaraj Mattimud BJP
Gulbarga Dakshin Dattatraya C Patil Revoor Appu Gouda BJP
Aland Guttedar Subhash Rukmayya BJP
Aurad Prabhu Chauhan BJP
Raichur Dr Shivaraj Patil BJP
Devadurga Shivana Gouda Nayak BJP
Kanakagiri Basavaraj Dadesugur BJP
Gangawati Paranna Eshwarappa Munavalli BJP
Yelburga Achar Halappa Basappa BJP
Shirahatti Ramappa Sobeppa Lamani BJP
Ron Kalakappa Bandi BJP
Nargund Chandrakantagouda Channappagouda Patil BJP
Navalgund Shankar B Patil Munenakoppa  BJP
Dharwad Amrut Ayyappa Desai BJP
Hubli-Dharwad Central Jagadish Shettar  BJP
Hubli-Dharwad West Arvind Bellad BJP
Kalghatgi CM Nimbannavar BJP
Karwar Roopali Santosh Naik BJP
Kumta Dinakar Keshav Shetty BJP
Bhatkal Sunil Biliya Naik BJP
Sirsi Kageri Vishweshwar Hegde BJP
Hangal C M Udasi BJP
Shiggaon Basavaraj Bommai BJP
Haveri (SC) Neharu Olekar BJP
Byadgi Ballary Virupakshappa Rudrappa BJP
Siruguppa(S.T) M.S. Somalingappa BJP
Bellary City G Somasekhara Reddy BJP
Kudligi(ST) NY Gopalakrishna BJP
Molakalmuru B Sreeramulu BJP
Chitradurga GH Thippareddy (Leading) BJP
Hiriyur K Poornima BJP
Hosadurga Gulihatti D Shekar BJP
Holalkere(S.C) M Chandrappa BJP
Jagalur(St) SV Ramachandra BJP
Harapanahalli G Karunakara Reddy BJP
Davanagere North SA Ravindranath BJP
Mayakonda N. Linganna BJP
Channagiri K Madalu Virupakshappa BJP
Honnali M P Renukacharya BJP
Shimoga Rural KB Ashok Naik BJP
Shimoga KS Eshwarappa BJP
Tirthahalli Araga Jnanendra BJP
Shikaripura BS Yeddyuappa BJP
Sorab S Kumara Bangarappa BJP
Sagar H Halappa Harathalu BJP
Byndoor BM Sukumar Shetty BJP
Kundapura Halady Srinivas Shetty BJP
Udupi K Raghupathi Bhat BJP
Kapu Lalaji R Mendon BJP
Karkala V Sunil Kumar BJP
Mudigere MP Kumaraswamy BJP
Chikmagalur C T Ravi BJP
Tarikere DS Suresh BJP
Kadur KS Prakash BJP
Chikkanayakana JC Madhu Swamy BJP
Tiptur BC Nagesh BJP
Turuvekere Jayaram AS BJP
Tumkur City GB Jyothi Ganesh BJP
Yelahanka SRVishwanath BJP
Rajarajeshwarinagar   Election May 28, Result May 31
Malleshwaram CN Ashwath Narayan BJP
C.V. Raman Nagar S Raghu BJP
Rajaji Nagar S Suresh Kumar BJP
Govindraj Nagar V Somanna BJP
Chickpet Uday B Garudachar BJP
Basavanagudi Ravisubramanya LA BJP
Padmanaba Nagar R Ashoka BJP
B.T.M.Layout Ramalinga Reddy (leading) BJP
Jayanagar   Election countermanded
Mahadevapura Aravind Limbavali BJP
Bommanahalli Sathish Reddy M BJP
Bangalore South M Krishnappa BJP
Hassan Preetham J Gowda BJP
Belthangady Harish Poonja BJP
Moodabidri Umanatha A Kotian BJP
Mangalore City North Dr Bharath Shetty Y BJP
Mangalore City South D Vedavyasa Kamath BJP
Bantval Rajesh Naik U BJP
Puttur Sanjeeva Matandoor BJP
Sullia Angara S BJP
Madikeri Appachu Ranjan MP BJP
Virajpet KG Bopaiah BJP
Nanjangud B Harshavardhan BJP
Krishnaraja SA Ramadas BJP
Chamaraja L Nagendra BJP
Gundlupet CS Niranjan Kumar BJP

The state voted in a single phase on May 12 which saw a record voter turnout of 72.13 percent, the highest in the state Assembly elections since the first election in 1952. In the last elections, the Congress had won 122 seats while the BJP and JDS had secured 40 seats each. Smaller parties and independent candidates had secured 22 seats.

In all, 2,622 candidates, including 217 women contested the 222 seats, including 36 reserved for Scheduled Castes and 15 for the Scheduled Tribes. Polling for RR Nagar seat was deferred on account of alleged electoral malpractices, while it was countermanded in Jayanagar seat following the death of the BJP candidate.

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