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Mandya Lok Sabha Elections

Mandya constituency is one of the 28 Lok Sabha constituencies in the Southern state of Karnataka and will cast its vote in the 2019 election on April 18.

Mandya constituency covers eight assembly segments – Malavalli which is reserved for the members of Scheduled caste, Maddur, Melukote, Mandya, Srirangapatna, Nagamangala, Krishnarajpet and Krishnarajanagara.

In the 2014 Lok Sabha election, C. S. Puttaraju of the Janata Dal (Secular) – won by a margin of just over 5 thousand votes. He had defeated Ramya of the Indian National Congress. Puttaraju had secured 524370 votes while Ramya got 518852 votes.

The voter turnout figure was at 71.47 percent across 2019 polling stations. Prof. B. Shivalingaiah of the Bharatiya Janata Party and M. Krishnamurthy of the Bahujan Samaj Party were some other candidates in the fray.

Puttaraju resigned in 2018, following which by-elections were held. L. R. Shivarame Gowda of the Janata Dal (Secular) defeated D. R. Siddaramaiah of the Bharatiya Janata Party in the by-elections.

In the year 2009, N Cheluvaraya Swamy of the JD(S) won with a margin of over 23 thousand votes. He defeated M H Ambareesh of the Indian National Congress. While Swamy secured 384443 votes Ambareesh managed to get 360943 votes.

Some of the other candidates in the fray were L R Shivaramegowda of the BJP and K S Puttannaiah of the SKP.

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Candidates Party Status Votes
Sumalatha Ambareesh IND

Won

703660
Nikhil Kumarswamy JD(S)

Lost

577784
M.L. Shashikumar IND

Lost

18323
Nanjundaswamy BSP

Lost

12545
Sumalatha P IND

Lost

8902
M.Sumalatha IND

Lost

8542
C. Lingegowda IND

Lost

6408
Gurulingaiah INCP

Lost

6322
D.C. Jayashankara ANP

Lost

4992
T.K.Dasar IND

Lost

4272
Nota NOTA

Lost

3526
Divakar. C.P. Gowda UPP

Lost

3404
Lingegowda S H IND

Lost

3260
Sumalatha IND

Lost

3119
Satheesh Kumar .T.N IND

Lost

2762
Manjunath. B. IND

Lost

1732
Aravind Premanand IND

Lost

1725
G. Manjunath IND

Lost

1723
Premakumar .V.V IND

Lost

1592
Santhosh Mandya Gowda. EGP

Lost

1442
H.Narayana IND

Lost

1295
Kowdle Channappa IND

Lost

1046
Puttegowda.N.C IND

Lost

834

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