LIVE Uttara Kannada Lok Sabha Results

Aurangabad Lok Sabha constituency, one of the total 28 Lok Sabha segments in Karnataka state, goes to the polls in the fourth phase of general elections 2019 on April 29.

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Anantkumar Hedge

2014 Anantkumar Hedge

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Anant Kumar Hegde

2019 Anant Kumar Hegde

  • Anant Kumar HegdeBJP

About Uttara Kannada

For the 2014 General Elections, Anantkumar Hedge from Bharatiya Janata Party was elected from the Uttara Kannada Lok Sabha Constituency in Karnataka. He received 5,46,939 votes. His closest opponent was Prashant R Deshpande from Indian National Congress. He received 4,06,239 votes.

For the General Elections of 2009, Anantkumar Hedge from Bharatiya Janata Party was elected from the Uttara Kannada Constituency seat with 3,39,300 votes. His closest opponent was Alva Margaret from Congress who received 3,16,531 votes.

Uttara Kannada was previously known as Kanara. In 1971 General Elections, Balakrishna Venkanna Nail from Indian National Congress won the Kanara seat. In 1977 General Elections, Balsu Pursu Kadam, another Congress candidate, was elected. 

From the General Elections held from 1980 to 1991, G. Devaraya Naik from Indian National Congress was elected to the parliament. 

In the 1996 and 1998 General Elections, Anantkumar Hedge from Bharatiya Janata Party was elected from the Kanara Constituency seat challenging Congress' monopoly on the seat. 

In the 1999 elections, Margaret Alva from Indian National Congress was elected to parliament from the Kanara Constituency. In the 2004 Elections, Anantkumar Hedge from Bharatiya Janata Party was elected. 

For the General Elections of 2019, BJP fielded the sitting MP Anantkumar Hedge, Anant Asnotikar was fielded by JD (S). BSP fielded Sudhakar Kira Jogalekar, and Rashtriya Samaj Paksha fielded Nagaraj Naik. 

Uttara Kannada has eight assembly segments after delimitation in 2008. These include Khanapur, Kittur, Haliyal, Karwar, Kumta, Bhatkal, Sirsi and Yellapur. 

 

 

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