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Gulbarga Lok Sabha constituency of Karnataka: Full list of candidates, polling dates

Here is the full list of candidates contesting the Lok Sabha election in 2019 from Gulbarga Lok Sabha Constituency of Karnataka.

Gulbarga Lok Sabha constituency of Karnataka: Full list of candidates, polling dates
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Gulbarga is one of the 28 Lok Sabha constituencies in Karnataka. Voting for Lok Sabha election in Karnataka will be held in two phases on April 18 and April 23. Gulbarga will be going to polls on April 23 and counting will be held on May 23.

Dr Umesh G Jadhav of Bharatiya Janata Party, Mallikarjun Kharge of Indian National Congress and KB Vasu of Bahujan Samaj Party are a few prominent candidates contesting for general elections 2019 from Gulbarga Lok Sabha constituency in Karnataka.

Gulbarga parliamentary constituency comprises of eight assembly segments namely Afzalpur, Jewargi, Gurmitkal, Chittapur, Sedam, Kalaburgi Rural, Kalaburgi Dakshin and Kalaburgi Uttar.

Here is the full list of candidates contesting the Lok Sabha election in 2019 from Gulbarga Lok Sabha Constituency of Karnataka.

Karnataka Lok Sabha constituencies: All you need to know

SL. NO. Candidate Name Party Name
1 DR. UMESH G JADHAV Bharatiya Janata Party
2 MALLIKARJUN KHARGE Indian National Congress
3 K. B. VASU Bahujan Samaj Party
4 D. K. KONKATE KEROOR Rashtriya Samaj Paksha
5 RAJKUMAR Bhartiya Bahujan Kranti Dal
6 MAHESH LAMBANI Uttama Prajaakeeya Party
7 VIJAY JADHAV Sarva Janata Party
8 S. M. SHARMA SOCIALIST UNITY CENTRE OF INDIA (COMMUNIST)
9 SHANKAR JADHAV Bharatiya Peoples Party
10 G. TIMMARAJU Independent
11 DR. M. P. DARAKESHWARAIAH Independent
12 RAMESH BHEEMSINGH CHAVAN Independent

Also read: Gulbarga Lok Sabha constituency

The seat has been a Congress stronghold. Apart from the 1996 and 1998 election, the Congress has won this seat in all parliamentary elections so far.

In the 2014 election too, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge won by a margin of 74,733 votes defeating Bharatiya Janata Party's Revunaik Belamagi who bagged 4,32,460 votes.