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Meet the biggest winners and losers in Karnataka Assembly elections

With the BJP falling short of the halfway mark by eight seats, the Congress has offered to support a Janata Dal (S)-led government in Karnataka to keep the saffron party out of power. Here's how some of the bigwigs performed in Karnataka Assembly Election.

Outgoing Chief Minister Siddaramaiah won a closely-contested battle in Badami against BJP’s B Sreeramulu with a thin margin of about 1700 votes.
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Outgoing Chief Minister Siddaramaiah won a closely-contested battle in Badami against BJP’s B Sreeramulu with a thin margin of about 1700 votes.

If Badami saved Siddaramaiah the blushes, Chamundeshwari didn’t spare the Congress. Siddaramaiah lost to JD(S) candidate GT Devegowda who won 36,000 votes.
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If Badami saved Siddaramaiah the blushes, Chamundeshwari didn’t spare the Congress. Siddaramaiah lost to JD(S) candidate GT Devegowda who won 36,000 votes.

In Channapatna, JD(S) heavyweight and a stakeholder to the CM’s post, HD Kumaraswamy won 87,995 seat, beating BJP’s CP Yogeeshwara by a margin of about 20,000 votes.
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In Channapatna, JD(S) heavyweight and a stakeholder to the CM’s post, HD Kumaraswamy won 87,995 seat, beating BJP’s CP Yogeeshwara by a margin of about 20,000 votes.

BJP’s chief ministerial candidate BS Yeddyurappa won in Shikaripura constituency beating Congress leader Goni Malatesha by a margin of over 35,000 votes.
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BJP’s chief ministerial candidate BS Yeddyurappa won in Shikaripura constituency beating Congress leader Goni Malatesha by a margin of over 35,000 votes.

In Koratagere, Congress candidate G Parameshwara won 81,598 votes.
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In Koratagere, Congress candidate G Parameshwara won 81,598 votes.

HD Kumaraswamy won with a margin of 22000 votes in Ramanagara, the second seat he contested from.
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HD Kumaraswamy won with a margin of 22000 votes in Ramanagara, the second seat he contested from.

The BJP made gains in Sorab, thanks to 72,091 seats garnered by S Kumara Bangarappa. His closest competitor S Madhu Bangarappa from JD(S) could garner 58,805 votes.
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The BJP made gains in Sorab, thanks to 72,091 seats garnered by S Kumara Bangarappa. His closest competitor S Madhu Bangarappa from JD(S) could garner 58,805 votes.

First Published on May 15, 2018 06:15 pm
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