Karnataka Meeting Election 2023: The outcomes will probably be declared on Could 13. (Images: PTI)
This time as a result of revolt and denial of tickets many potential candidates have contested as independents and have a superb likelihood of profitable
With the stage set for counting of votes and declaration of outcomes, the nationwide events in Karnataka are focussing their consideration on winnable candidates who contested the Could 10 Meeting elections independently.
As per sources, the Congress has already approached S.I. Chikkanagoudar of Kundgol constituency in Dharwad district. There’s a direct contest between Chikkanagoudar and BJP candidate M.R. Patil.
Appearing on reviews of Chikkanagoudar’s possibile victory, the Congress has already invited him to hitch arms with the social gathering. Chikkanagoudar is a follower of former Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar via whom the social gathering is approaching him, sources say.
Chikkanagoudar contested independently after BJP denied him tickets. Nationwide events have additionally approached M.P. Latha Mallikarjun, who’s contesting as an unbiased candidate from Harapanahalli seat in Bellary district.
Latha, daughter of late senior Congress chief M.P. Prakash was denied a ticket by the Congress.
Sources clarify that Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has made a private name and spoke to her. The Congress leaders have additionally approached her already to interrupt the ice.
In 2018, one unbiased candidate received in Meeting elections. Within the 2013 elections, 9 unbiased candidates have been elected and received a vote share of seven.4 per cent. Six independents had received in 2008 whereas 17 independents had received elections in 2004. The 1999 elections noticed 19 unbiased candidates getting elected to the state meeting.
This time as a result of revolt and denial of tickets many potential candidates have contested as independents and have a superb likelihood of profitable. With picture end prediction of outcomes, political events are wooing the candidates.
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