Karnataka Legislative Assembly Election 2013
Karnataka Assembly General Election 2013 Vote Counting Results of Party Winners Latest News Updates:
The Karnataka State Legislative Assembly General Election 2013 vote counting will be done on 8th May 2013, Wednesday for all the 224 assembly constituencies in Karnataka, India.
Earlier polling of votes for the 224 Assembly Constituencies in Karnataka among that 36 is Reserved for SCs and 15 is Reserved for STs was conducted on 5th May 2013, Sunday.
The Election Commission of India ECI will be providing the live updates of the vote counting along with the Partywise Results and the Constituencywise Results of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly Election 2013 at the website of ECI.
The Karnataka Legislative Assembly Election 2013 vote counting live updates will be available on Kannada TV News channel like TV9 Karnataka, Public TV, Suvarna News 24×7, Kasthuri Newz 24, Janasri, Samaya TV, Udaya News and Raj News Kannada.
Karnataka General Election 2013 Results HERE
The vote counting results for all the 224 Assemble Constituencies like Afzalpur, Alland, Anekal, Arabhavi, Arakalgud, Arasikere, Athani, Aurad, B T M Layout, Babaleshwar, Badami, Bagalkot, Bagepalli, Bailahongal, Baindur, Bangalore South, Bangarpet, Bantwal, Basavakalyan, Basavana Bagewadi, Basavanagudi, Belgaum North, Belgaum Rural, Belgaum South, Bellary, Bellary City, Belthangdi, Belur, Bhadravathi, Bhalki, Bhatkal, Bidar, Bidar South, Bijapur City, Bilagi, Bommanahalli, Byadagi, Byatarayanapura, C V Raman Nagar, Challakere, Chamaraja, Chamarajnagar, Chamarajpet, Chamundeshwari, Channagiri, Channapatna, Chikkaballapur, Chikkamagalur, Chikkanayakanahalli, Chikkodi Sadalaga, Chikkpet, Chincholli, Chintamani, Chitapur, Chitradurga, Dasarahalli, Davanagere North, Davangere South, Devadurga, Devanahalli, Devara Hipparagi, Dharwad, Doddaballapur, Gadag, Gandhinagar, Gangavathi, Gauribidanur, Gokak, Govindrajnagar, Gubbi, Gulbarga North, Gulbarga Rural, Gulbarga South, Gundlepet, Gurumitkal, Hadagali, Hagaribommanahalli, Haliyal, Hangal, Hannur, Harapanahalli, Harihara, Hassan, Haveri, Hebbal, Heggadadevanakote, Hirekerur, Hiriyur, Holalkere, Holenarasipur, Honnalli, Hosadurga, Hosakote, Hubli-Dharwad(CENTRAL), Hubli-Dharwad(EAST), Hubli-Dharwad(WEST), Hukkeri, Humanabad, Hunagund, Hunsur, Indi, Jagalur, Jamakhandhi, Jayanagar, Jewargi, K G F, K R Puram, Kadur, Kagwad, Kalaghatigi, Kampli, Kanakagiri, Kanakapura, Karkal, Karwar, Kaup, Khanpur, Kittur, Kolar, Kollegal, Koppal, Koratagere, Krishnaraja, Krishnarajangar, Krishnarajpet, Kudachi, Kudligi, Kumuta, Kundapur, Kundgol, Kunigal, Kushtagi, Lingasanur, Maddur, Madikeri, Madugiri, Magadi, Mahadevpura, Mahalakshmi Layout, Malavalli, Malleshwaram, Malur, Mandya, Mangalore, Mangalore North, Mangalore South, Manvi, Maski, Mayakonda, Melukote, Molkalmur, Moodabidari, Muddebihal, Mudhol, Mudigere, Mulbagal, Nagamangla, Nagathan, Nanjanagud, Narashimaraja, Nargund, Navalgund, Nelamangala, Nippani, Padmanabhanagar, Pavagada, Piriyapatna, Pulakeshinagar, Puttur, Raichur, Raichur Rural, Rajajinagar, Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Ramdurga, Ramnagaram, Ranibennur, Raybag, Ron, Sagar, Sakaleshpur, Sandur, Sarvagna Nagar, Saundatti Yellamma, Sedam, Shahpur, Shanthinagar, Shiggoan, Shikaripur, Shimoga, Shimoga Rural, Shirahatti, Shivajinagar, Shorapur, Shravanabelagola, Shringere, Siddalaghatta, Sindhagi, Sindhanur, Sira, Sirsi, Siruguppa, Sorab, Srinivasapur, Srirangapatna, Sullia, T Narasipura, Tarikere, Terdal, Thirthahalli, Tiptur, Tumkur City, Tumkur Rural, Turuvekere, Udupi, Varuna, Vijayanagar, Vijayanagara, Virajpet, Yadgir, Yamakanmardi, Yelahanka, Yelburga, Yellapur, Yeshwanthpur will be released by the Election commission of India with the winners of the party and total votes.