LIVE Mandya Lok Sabha Results

The Mandya constituency will consist of Malavalli, Maddur, Melukote, Mandya, Shrirangapattana, Nagamangala, Krishnarajpet and Krishnarajanagara assembly segments among which the Malavalli seat is reserved for candidates belonging to scheduled caste category.

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CS Puttaraju

2014 CS Puttaraju

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Sumalatha Ambareesh

2019 Sumalatha Ambareesh

  • Sumalatha AmbareeshIND-BJP

About Mandya

The Mandya Lok Sabha constituency in Karnataka went to polls on April 18. It is one of the 28 Lok Sabha constituencies in state. Mandya, voted along with 13 other constituencies in second phase while the remaining 14 constituencies voted in the third phase of 2019 general election - on April 23.

The Mandya constituency consists of Malavalli, Maddur, Melukote, Mandya, Shrirangapattana, Nagamangala, Krishnarajpet and Krishnarajanagara assembly segments among which the Malavalli seat is reserved for candidates belonging to the scheduled caste category.

The constituency has a total of 16,89,362 registered voters among which 141 people are of the third gender. 21,561 voters are in the age group of 18-19 years.

The voter turnout in the last election was 71.47%.

Janata Dal (Secular) which had won the Mandya seat in 2014 and again in 2018 by-poll, is fielding party President HD Deve Gowda's grandson Nikhil Kumaraswamy. 31-year-old Nikhil Kumaraswamy, is the son of current Chief Minister of Karnataka HD Kumaraswamy.

Mr Kumaraswamy will be contesting against 21 other contenders for the Mandya seat among which 16 are independent candidates.

Bahujan Samaj Party's Nanjudaswamy is also contesting for the Mandya seat.

In the last election, CS Puttaraju had won the seat by a margin of 5,518 votes defeating then Congress candidate Ramya (Divya Spandana).

Karnataka will vote in two phases - second and third phases - of the 2019 general election.
 

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