Karnataka Election Result 2023: Trends will come after a while after Karnataka elections, know 10 big things so far
Karnataka Assembly Election 2023 Result, Chunav Parinam: The counting of votes is going to start in a short while for the Karnataka assembly elections.
Karnataka Vidhan Sabha Election 2023 Results: The counting of votes for the Karnataka Assembly elections will begin in a while from now. The counting of votes will begin at 8 am in 36 centers across the state. According to the Election Commission, the complete picture of victory and defeat will be clear by two in the afternoon. Most exit polls have predicted a victory for the Congress.
Know the main things related to Karnataka elections so far-
- The counting of votes in Karnataka will begin at 8 am in 36 centers and election officials expect a clear picture about the result by afternoon. Elaborate security arrangements have been made in the state, especially in and around the counting centres.
- This time on May 10, 73.19 percent voting took place in a single phase on 224 seats in Karnataka. This time, more than 1 percent voting took place in Karnataka from the 2018 elections. In the last 2018 assembly elections, the voter turnout was 72.36 percent.
- For the first time in Karnataka, more than 94,000 senior citizens and differently abled voted from home. There were 2614 candidates in the fray for 224 seats in Karnataka.
- BJP has to return to power on the basis of PM Modi’s election campaign. The Congress, on the other hand, is looking at this victory to consolidate its position as the primary opposition contender in the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
- JDS may once again be seen in the role of kingmaker in the state. 5 out of 10 exit polls are predicting a hung assembly. That is, the government cannot be formed without the help of JDS. In Poll of Polls, BJP has been predicted to get 91 seats, Congress 108, JDS 22 and others 3 seats.
- Karnataka has 5.31 crore voters and 2615 candidates. This time, for BJP, big leaders of the party including PM Modi did more than 450 rallies. Also did more than 100 road shows. Whereas, Rahul, Priyanka and Sonia Gandhi held more than 31 meetings.
- It will also be interesting to see whether the JD(S) led by former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda will hold the key to government formation in the event of a hung mandate.
- The Aam Aadmi Party has also fielded its candidates for the Karnataka Assembly elections. Apart from this, some small parties were also in the fray in some constituencies. It is also hoping to achieve something in Karnataka.
- At stake in this election are the prestige of state Chief Minister and BJP leader Basavaraj Bommai, Congress leader Siddaramaiah and several other bigwigs including DK Shivakumar and JD(S)’s HD Kumaraswamy.
- BJP and Congress have made many promises and claims to woo the public regarding the Karnataka assembly elections. Union Minister Amit Shah has mentioned many times in his election speech about the abolition of 4 percent reservation for Muslims, while the Congress has talked about banning Bajrang Dal if it comes to power.