LIVE Bangalore Rural Lok Sabha Results

Bangalore Rural Lok Sabha constituency, which went to polls on April 18 during the second phase of general elections 2019, saw 64.09 per cent polling.

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DK Suresh

2014 DK Suresh

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D K Suresh

2019 D K Suresh

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About Bangalore Rural

In the 2014 general elections, DK Suresh of the Congress was elected from the Bangalore Rural Lok Sabha constituency with a margin or 2,31,480 votes. Mr Suresh had got 6,52,723 votes, while the runner-up P Muniraju Gowda of the BJP bagged 4,21,243 votes. Karnataka's capital has four seats - Bangalore South, Bangalore North and Bangalore Central, which the BJP won, while the Congress bagged Bangalore Rural in the 2014 general elections.

The Bangalore Rural Lok Sabha constituency has witnessed three Lok Sabha elections so far after the formation of the seat in 2008 with the delimitation of Parliamentary constituencies in the country.

In the 2009 general elections, HD Kumaraswamy was elected from this constituency as a Janata Dal (Secular) candidate. In a by-poll in 2013 which was held after Mr Kumaraswamy resigned from this seat, DK Suresh of the Congress won the seat for the first time.

Bangalore Rural Lok Sabha seat consists of 8 Assembly segments; they are: Kunigal, Rajarajeshwarinagar, Bangalore South, Anekal (SC), Magadi, Ramanagara, Kanakapura and Channapatna.

In Bangalore Rural, Congress is again fielding DK Suresh as its candidate. The BJP has fielded Ashwath Narayangowda.

Bangalore Rural Lok Sabha constituency, which went to polls on April 18 during the second phase of the 2019 general election, saw 64.09 per cent voting. Bangalore Rural has 22,15,533 eligible voters.

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