Karnataka Lok Sabha Election 2024 Phase 2: Date, Candidates, and Constituencies List l Voting on 14 Seats

Karnataka Lok Sabha Election 2024 Phase 2

Karnataka, the southern state known for its vibrant politics and diverse population, will witness voting for 14 Lok Sabha seats in the second phase of the 2024 general elections on April 26. The state has been a battleground for both the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and the Indian National Congress (Congress). The intense competition between these major political parties, along with regional parties, has made the elections in Karnataka highly significant.

The constituencies in Karnataka that will go to polls in this phase include Udupi Chikmagalur, Hassan, Dakshina Kannada, Chitradurga, Tumkur, Mandya, Mysore, Chamarajanagar, Bangalore Rural, Bangalore North, Bangalore Central, Bangalore South, Chikballapur, and Kolar. Each of these constituencies has its own unique dynamics and local issues that the candidates need to address.

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Key Constituencies and Candidates in Karnataka:-

Here are the key constituencies and candidates from the two major alliances in the state – NDA and Congress:

Karnataka   NDA  Congress
Bangalore Rural C. N. Manjunath DK Suresh
Bangalore North Shobha Karandlaje Rajeev Gowda
Bangalore Central PC Mohan Mansoor Ali Khan
Bangalore South Tejasvi Surya Soumya Reddy
Hassan Prajwal Revanna Shreyash Patel Gowda
Mandya HD Kumaraswamy Venkataramane Gowda
Mysore Yaduveer Wadiyar  M Lakshman

 

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Key Points to Consider:-

1. Bangalore Rural: This constituency will see a face-off between C. N. Manjunath from NDA and DK Suresh from Congress. It is one of the constituencies where the rural-urban divide plays a significant role.

2. Bangalore North: Shobha Karandlaje from NDA will be up against Rajeev Gowda from Congress. The constituency is known for its tech industry and urban issues will be at the forefront.

3. Bangalore Central: PC Mohan from NDA and Mansoor Ali Khan from Congress will contest in this constituency. Bangalore Central is one of the most urbanized areas in Karnataka.

4. Bangalore South: Tejasvi Surya from NDA will be up against Soumya Reddy from Congress. This is a key constituency with a mix of urban and suburban populations.

5. Hassan: The contest in Hassan will be between Prajwal Revanna from NDA and Shreyash Patel Gowda from Congress. The constituency is known for its agricultural background.

6. Mandya: HD Kumaraswamy from NDA and Venkataramane Gowda from Congress will contest in Mandya. This is a stronghold of regional parties, particularly the Janata Dal (Secular).

7. Mysore: In Mysore, Yaduveer Wadiyar from NDA will be up against M Lakshman from Congress. The cultural capital of Karnataka, Mysore has its own set of challenges and opportunities.

 

 

Conclusion:-

The elections in Karnataka are expected to be a close contest between the NDA and Congress, with both alliances vying for the support of the state’s diverse electorate. The outcome of the elections in Karnataka could play a pivotal role in determining the overall outcome of the 2024 general elections. Voters are encouraged to exercise their right to vote and participate in the democratic process on April 26.

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