After suspense of days, the Indian National Congress finally announced the name of Karntaka Chief Minister. The All India Congress Committee (AICC) President Mallikarjun Kharge announced Siddaramaiah to be the chief minister, whereas the another contender DK Shivakumar was given the post of Karnataka Deputy CM. The decision was taken after rounds of meetings, held in Delhi and Bengaluru. Moreover, both the leaders will take the oath on May 20… read-more
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
The Indian National Congress (INC) is set to announce the Chief Minister of Karnataka, after the thumping victory against the BJP. After securing 137 seats in the southern state, the Congress is in tough spot, to select the Karnataka CM. Notably, Siddaramaiah and DK Shivakumar are eyeing the position, and are the two candidates for the post. In this regard, Congress held a meeting and would announce the CM.
After securing a major victory in the Karnataka Assembly elections, the Indian National Congress is now in dilemma with the Chief Minister face. Notably, both DK Shivakumar and senior leader Siddaramaiah are eyeing the CM post. In regard to this, the Congress is scheduled to hold a high level meeting and discuss the next action. Notably, Congress secured 135 seats of 224 seats, in Karnataka Assembly elections.
Karnataka elections results, "South Kicks out BJP" is trending on Twitter, after the BJP witnessed a huge defeat in the southern states. After 2008, this is the first time Congress is winning against the BJP in Karnataka, confirmed sources. As per the early trends and counting of votes, Karnataka Assembly elections has turned out to be a huge victory as the party has already crossed the majority mark of 113-seats.
Courtesy: The Times of India
Rahul Gandhi, the former MP of Indian National Congress, said "Mohabbat ki dukaan khuli hai", after an expected win in the Karnataka Assembly elections. Notably, after several rounds of counting votes, the Indian National Congress is making a way towards victory and is likely to form the next Government in Karnataka. Currently, Bommai Basavaraj led BJP is ruling the southern states of Karnataka.
Karnataka Assembly elections, held on May 10, witnessed an outstanding voters turnout of 72.76%, highest. With the majority of voters showing up to vote, the exit poll prediction said that this time, Congress is likely to win the elections against the BJP. The 2023 elections for 224 seats were peaceful, without any violent incident at over 50,000 polling stations. Furthermore, the results of elections will be announced on May 13
Courtesy: Money Control
Karnataka is all set for the 2023 Assembly elections, scheduled to be held on May 10. Ahead of the elections, here's list of things, a registered voter need to carry while going to vote. Check your name in the electoral list published on www.ceokarnataka.kar.nic.in . You can also download the 'Chunavana' mobile app on your smartphone. Another important thing is voter's slip, which can also… read-more
Hours, after Congress announced its manifesto for Karnataka Polls, including banning of Bajrang Dal, PM Narendra Modi, took a potshot at the Congress and said that the main opposition party first had problems with 'Lord Ram' and now with those who chant "Jai Bajrangbali". He said, "At a time when I have come to pay my respects in Lord Hanuman's land, the Congress decided to lock up Bajrangbali,"
Courtesy: Zee News India
With the May 10 Karnataka Assembly Elections, PM Narendra Modi is on a two-day visit to the state starting April 29, where he is scheduled to address six public meetings and hold two roadshows. Addressing a public rally for the BJP, Modi said, "There is double development with double speed in the state. Karnataka is ready for the BJP govt again," He also hit out at the Congress.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its first list of candidates, comprising 189 candidates for the 2023 Karnataka Assembly elections. The BJP Karnataka election in-charge Dharmendra Pradhan and leader Arun Singh released the list, which includes 52 fresh faces, 32 OBC, 30 SC and 16 scheduled Tribes leaders. In addition, CM Basavaraj Bommai has also been named from his Shiggaon constituency. The Karnataka election for 224-seats are on May… read-more
Courtesy: The Indian Express