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Update:4.30 AM

 Zilla Panchayat seats 30

Zilla Panchayat Total Congress BJP JD(S) Others Candidate
Belagavi 90/90 43 39 2 6  
Dakshina Kannada 36/36 15 21 0 0  
Udupi 26/26 6 20 0 0  
Mysuru 47/49 21 8 17 1  
Uttara Kannada 38/39 23 10 2 3  
Kalaburagi 47/47 24 21 1 1  
koppal 28/29 16 11 0 1  
Bengaluru city 50/50 21 23 5 1  
Bengaluru Rural 21/21 14 2 5 0  
Bagalkot 36/36 17 18 0 1  
Vijayapura 42/42 18 20 3 1  
Chamarajanagara 23/23 14 9 0 0  
Mandya 40/41 14 0 25 1  
Kodagu 29/29 11 17 1 0  
Hassan 40/40 16 1 23 0  
Chikkamagaluru 32/33 12 18 2 0  
Tumakuru 43/57 18 14 11 0  
Shivamogga 29/31 7 14 7 1  
Chikkaballapura 28/28 21 1 5 1  
Kolar 30/30 15 5 10 0  
Chitradurga 37/37 23 10 2 2  
Ramanagar 22/22 16 0 6 0  
Yadgir 24/24 12 11 1 0  
Raichur 38/38 12 17 9 0  
Ballari 40/40 17 21 0 2  
Bidar 34/34 22 12 0 0  
Haveri 34/34 11 9 0 0  
Gadag 19/19 11 8 0 0  
Dharwad 22/22 10 11 0 1  
Davangere 36/36 8 22 2 4  

 

Taluk Panchayat seats 175

Taluk Total Congress BJP JD(S) Others Candidate
Sagar 15/15 4 6 2 3  
Hosanagara 12/12 5 6 0 1  
Tumakuru 30/30 1 17 12 0  
Badravathi 19/19 6 4 9 0  
Theerthahalli 13/13 5 8 0 0  
Shikaripura 19/19 7 12 0 0  
Kolar 25/25 12 0 13 0  
Lingasaguru 27/30 10 2 15 0  
Sindhanur 7/30 4 1 2 0  
Kalaburagi 29/30 13 12 2 3  
Raichur 27/27 5 15 4 3  
Manvi 14/29 6 19 0 1  
Devadurga 26/26 6 5 0 3  
H Bomanahalli 16/16 2 12 2 0  
Hovinahadagali 17/17 11 6 0 0  
Kudligi 26/26 11 13 1 1  
Shiraguppa 20/20 5 15 0 0  
Sandur 21/21 8 12 0 1  
Hospet 18/18 5 11 1 1  
Aurad 26/26 15 11 0 0  
Humnabad 27/27 10 5 7 5  
Malur 20/20 3 0 17 0  
Bangarpet 27/27 9 17 0 1  
Harihar 15/15 4 5 6 0  
Honnalli 22/22 6 15 0 1  
Kumta 13/13 3 1 8 1  
Honnavar 15/15 7 2 1 5  
Bhatkal 12/12 7 4 1 0  
Hangal 24/24 20 4 0 0  
Karwar 11/11 4 2 0 5  
Ankola 11/11 9 2 0 0  
Hirekerur 22/22 9 13 0 0  
Savanur 9/13 7 4 0 0  
Shiggaon 14/14 5 6 0 3  
Haveri 20/20 13 6 0 1  
Byadgi 12/12 5 7 0 0  
Renebennur 23/23 18 5 0 0  
Mundargi 11/11 5 6 0 0  
Rona 20/20 8 12 0 0  
Naragund 11/11 8 3 0 0  
Kundgol 15/15 4 11 0 0  
Gadag 18/18 13 5 0 0  
Shirahatti 15/15 6 9 0 0  
Mudhol 22/22 17 4 0 1  
Bilgi 15/15 10 5 0 0  
Dharwad 24/24 11 8 1 4  
Badami 25/25 6 17 0 2  
Hungund 21/21 17 3 1 0  
Jamkhandi 29/29 10 19 0 0  
Indi 37/37 16 13 3 5  
Sindagi 33/33 13 13 2 5  
Bagalkot 18/18 11 7 0 0  
Vijayapura 40/40 21 16 2 1  
Basavanabagevadi 27/27 13 14 0 0  
Muddebihal 22/22 8 9 5 0  
Athani 43/43 13 24 6 0  
Hukkeri 35/35 22 13 0 0  
Chikkodi 46/47 25 19 0 11  
Gokhak 42/42 21 18 0 3  
Khanapur 24/24 3 10 0 11  
Savadatti 29/29 9 18 0 2  
Bailhongal 31/31 10 17 2 2  
Ramadurga 22/22 8 13 0 1  
Raibag 27/27 10 6 0 11  
Gundlupete 20/20 15 5 0 0  
Yelandur 11/11 6 2 0 3  
Belagavi 45/45 26 3 0 16  
Piriyapatna 22/22 9 0 13 0  
Chamarajanagar 29/29 9 19 0 1  
Kollegala 29/29 17 11 1 0  
Mysuru 38/38 12 5 20 1  
T Narasipura 24/24 10 5 8 1  
Nanjangud 34/34 18 14 0 2  
Pandavapura 17/17 3 1 11 2  
Nagamangala 18/18 2 0 16 0  
Krishnarajapet 24/24 8 1 15 2  
Koppal 29/29 21 6  1 1  
Gangavathi 31/31 20 9 0 2  
Kushtagi 25/25 11 13 0 1  
Yelaburga 24/24 12 12 0 0  
Bengaluru North 35/35 15 18 2 0  
Bengaluru South 21/21 8 6 5 2  
Bengaluru East 11/11 5 6 0 0  
Anekal 30/30 10 19 1 0  
Hoskote 22/22 15 7 0 0  
Doddaballapura 22/22 15 2 5 0  
Devanahalli 15/15 10 0 5 0  
Nelamangala 18/18 8 1 9 0  
Ramanagar 14/14 6 0 8 0  
Chennapattna 19/19 17 0 2 0  
Kanakapura 30/30 24 0 6 0  
Magadi 18/18 7 0 11 0  
Chitradurga 29/29 17 12 0 0  
Hiriyur 23/23 10 2 11 0  
Holalkere 20/20 8 10 0 2  
Hosadurga 21/21 14 7 0 0  
Davanagere 25/25 10 14 0 1  
Chennagiri 29/29 6 18 1 4  
Harappanahalli 26/26 9 16 0 1  
Jagalur 16/16 7 7 0 2  
Mulabagilu 21/21 11 0 8 2  
Srinivasapura 18/18 8 0 10 0  
Aland 30/30 1 20 0 9  
Afzalpur 20/20 10 10 0 0  
Jevargi 28/28 12 12 4 0  
Ballari 32/32 17 14 0 1  
Bidar 0/26  0 0 0 0  
Basavakalyan 28/28 6 10 7 5  
Bhalki 24/24 21 3 0 0  
Mundgod 11/11 7 2 0 2  
Haliyal 11/11 8 2 1 0  
Joida 11/11 6 2 0 3  
Sirsi 13/13 5 8 0 0  
Siddarapur 11/11 4 6 0 1  
Yallapur 11/11 5 6 0 0  
Malavalli 25/25 14 0 11 0  
Hunsur 23/23 11 0 12 0  
H D Kote 24/24 8 7 9 0  
Maddor 27/27 9 0 18 0  
Shrirangapattana 16/16 7 1 6 2  
Mangaluru 39/39 20 19 0 0  
Bantwal 34/34 22 12 0 2  
Belthangady 26/26 12 14 0 0  
Puttur 24/24 8 16 0 0  
Sullia 13/13 4 9 0 0  
Udupi 41/41 14 27 0 0  
Kundapur 37/37 10 27 0 0  
Karkala 20/20 1 19 0 0  
Sringeri 11/11 4 6 1 0  
Mudigere 12/12 1 8 3 0  
Koppa 11/11 1 10 0 0  
Narasimharajapura 11/11 5 6 0 2  
K R Nagar 22/22 14 0 8 0  
Somvarpet 19/19 4 13 2 0  
Virajapet 19/19 7 12 0 0  
Mandya 28/28 6 0 19 0  
Belur 17/17 4 1 12 0  
Arakalagudu 19/19 11 1 7 0  
Madikeri 12/12 1 10 1 0  
Holenarasipura 16/16 6 0 10 0  
Sakleshpur 11/11 4 3 4 0  
Alur 11/11 3 0 6 2  
Hassan 27/27 3 1 22 1  
Arsikere 27/27 9 1 16 1  
Chennarayapattna 25/25 19 0 6 0  
Chikkmagaluru 19/19 3 12 4 0  
Kadur 24/24 14 7 2 1  
Tarikere 19/19 5 12 0 2  
Koratagere 16/16 9 0 7 0  
Sira 26/26 8 5 11 2  
Pavagada 22/22 16 0 6 0  
Chikkanayakanahalli 19/19 1 7 11 0  
Turuvekere 16/16 8 1 7 0  
Madhugiri 24/24 17 0 7 0  
Tiptur 17/17 8 7 1 0  
Kunigal 20/20 5 6 9 0  
Siddlagatta 17/17 8 0 9 0  
Gudibande 11/11 5 0 0 6  
Shivamogga 19/19 4 11 2 2  
Chinathamani 23/23 18 0 5 0  
Gowribidanur 26/26 24 1 0 1  
Bagepalli 16/16 10 0 2 0  
Chitradurga 29/29 17 12 0 0  
Chikkaballapura 15/15 9 0 6 0  
Surapur  32/32 12 20 0 0  
Sedam 18/18 12 6 0 0  
Chittapur 29/29 18 11 0 0  
Chincholi 24/24 12 9 0 3  
Gubbi 25/25 0 16 8 1  

 

Earlier report:

In Bellari ZP, the BJP made a hat-trick by coming to power for the third consecutive term.

The BJP continued to give a jolt to the Congress by winning 21 out of the total 40 seats, while Congress could win 17. Two independents, both Congress rebels, have also won.

Cong rules Belagavi

The Congress emerged single largest party by securing 43 of the 90-Member Belagavi Zilla Panchayat. The BJP bagged 39 seats while the JD(S) won 2 seats and Independents 6. Two members were elected unopposed and polling for 88 seats was held in the first phase on Feb.13.

Haveri/Gadag

The Congress made an impressive comeback in Gadag and Haveri by snatching away the ZP from the BJP.

Out of the total 19 seats in Gadag, the Congress has won 11 seats while BJP has won 8 seats. The Gadag zilla panchayat which had been with the Congress for long was taken away by BJP for the first time in the previous election.

In Haveri, of the 25 declared results out of the total 34 seats, the Congress has won 17 seats followed by the BJP at 8.

The Congress also made comeback in Hanagal, Haveri, Savanur and Ranebennur taluk panchayats, where it has secured majority.

No party gets majority in Raichur ZP

In the 38-member Raichur Zilla Panchayat, no party reached the magic number of 20 to secure simple majority. BJP emerged as single largest party with by securing 17 constituencies followed by Congress and JDS which got 12 and 9 seats respectively.

CM sees setback in home turf

Mysuru: The Royal City of Mysuru, which is the home turf of Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has somehow evinced that the CM has failed to strike the right chord.

The Zilla Panchayat poll digits say that out of the total 49 ZP constituencies, the Congress could win in 20 seats, while a regional party like JD(S) gave a neck to neck fight bagging a romping 18 seats. While the BJP had to be happy with mere 8 seats, others bagged one seat.

As per political pundits, the bagging of 20 seats in his own home turf is a major setback for the CM, especially because the Congress has lost in both Chamundeshwari and in Varuna, which are the former and the present constituencies of the CM respectively.

ZP, TP election results today

Bengaluru: The counting of votes of both first and second phases of zilla and taluk panchayat elections began across the state at 8 am.

The results of these grassroots level elections is seen as a run up to the 2018 Assembly Elections as it would not only reflect the political mood of the people but also give their perception on Siddaramaiah-led Congress government in the state.

The polls were held for 1,080 ZP and 3,884 TP seats in the state. A total of 2,159 candidates contested the zilla panchayat polls and 6,457 contestants were in the fray for taluk panchayat seats.

As many as 2.11 crore people cast their votes in the two phases. The voting percentage was 71.70 per cent.

The second phase of the zilla and taluk panchayat elections was held in 15 districts of Karnataka, which saw a voter turnout of 68 to 70 percent.

Mysuru, Chikkamagaluru, Dakshina Kannada, Hassan, Kodagu, Mandya, Chamarajanagar, Udupi, Bidar, Ballari, Kalaburagi, Yadgir, Raichur, Koppal and Vijayapura were the districts that went for polls in the second phase of polls.

The State Election Commission notifies that out of 1,083 zilla panchayat seats, the results of 77 seats have been declared. The BJP has won 46, Congress 26, Janata Dal (Secular) 5.

Out of 3,884 taluk panchayat seats, the results of 274 seats have been declared. The BJP has won 135, Congress 102, Janata Dal (Secular) 21, Independent 16.

Candidates in one zilla panchayat seat and three taluk panchayat seats have been declared elected unopposed.

 

LIVE: ZP, TP election results; Ruling Congress leading in state
LIVE: ZP, TP election results; Ruling Congress leading in state
LIVE: ZP, TP election results; Ruling Congress leading in state
LIVE: ZP, TP election results; Ruling Congress leading in state
LIVE: ZP, TP election results; Ruling Congress leading in state

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