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Bangalore North MP Election Results 2019 To 2024 Winner INC / BJP

In the 2019 Bangalore North MP Election Results, BJP’s D.V.  Sadananda Gowda.  Sadananda Gowda was the Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers.  The winning party in the elections held in this constituency was the INC who won 12 out of 17 elections.

Bangalore North MP Election Results 2019 And History 

Bangalore North Lok Sabha is one of the 28 Lok Sabhas in the southern state of Karnataka, India.  Earlier it was known by different names.  For example: Bangalore North (1951-1977), Bangalore City (1957-1962), in the 1967 and 1971 elections, it jointly formed the Electoral Lok Sabha with Bangalore South, known as Bangalore.  From 1951 to 1973, this Loksabha sat in the Mysore area, after 1973 Mysore was renamed Karnataka.

Bangalore North Karnataka Majore Parties

The two main parties in Bangalore North Karnataka are BJP and INC.  The first election was held in Bangalore North in 1951.  From 1951 to 1999 the INC party was in power as the winning party.  Then in 2004 the BJP party contested for the first time and won.  From 2004 to present i.e. according to the last election of 2019, the winning party of this seat is BJP party.

BANGALORE NORTH – KARNATAKA 2019 SCHEDULE

DATE OF NOTIFICATION MARCH 19 (TUESDAY)
LAST DATE OF FILING NOMINATION MARCH 26 (TUESDAY)
SCRUTINY OF NOMINATIONS MARCH 27 (WEDNESDAY)
LAST DATE OF WITHDRAWAL MARCH 29 (FRIDAY)
POLLING DATE APRIL 18 (THURSDAY)
RESULT MAY 23 (THURSDAY

Bangalore North MP Election results 2014

Vote 2014 (In Lakh)

Male  7.22 Lakh
Female 6.35 Lakh 
Total 13.57 Lakh

Demographics 2014 (In %)

Rural 8%
Urban 92%

Demographics Religions

Hindu 80-100%
Muslim 0-20%
Sikh 0-20%
Christan 0-20%
Buddhist 0-20%
Minorities 0-20%

Bangalore North MP Election results 2014

Winner BJP D.V SADANANDA GOWDA
Runner-up INC C.NARAYANA SWAMY

Bangalore South MP Election results 2019

After independence, Bangalore South came under Mysore or Bangalore North. In 1956, when the State Reorganization Act was passed, Bangalore South and Bangalore North areas were merged to form the constituency. Bangalore South became the first constituency in 1947 when the Emergency and Constituency Reorganization Act was passed.

Tejasvi Surya won the Indian General Election 2019. He won by 3,31,192 votes against B. K. Hariprasad.Tejasvi Surya is from BJP party.

Bangalore MP constituency List

  1. BYATARAYANAPURA
  2. HEBBAL
  3. MAHALAKSHMI LAYOUT
  4. PULAKESHINAGAR
  5. DASARAHALLI
  6. K.R.PURA
  7. MALLESHWARAM
  8. YESHVANTHAPURA

Bangalore Central MP Election results 2019

Bangalore Central Lok Sabha constituency was created as part of delimitation in 2008. People of different languages ​​like Tamil, Muslim, Christian, Gujarati, Marwari live here in this constituency.

In the 2019 Indian General Election, P. C. Mohan of BJP Party got 50.35%, Rizwan Arshad of INC Party got 44.43%, Prakash Raj of Independent Party got 2.41%, members of other parties got 2.90% of votes. In the area of ​​P.C. Mohan’s vote count was 602.853, Rizwan Arshad’s 531,885 votes, Prakash Raj’s 28,906 votes, and others.

Bangalore Rural MP Election results 2019

Bangalore Rural constituency was created in 2008 due to delimitation of parliamentary constituencies.

In the 2019 Indian General Election, D. K. Suresh of INC Party got 54.15% of votes for this seat, Ashwath Narayan Gowda of BJP Party got 41.40%, Dr. Chinappa Y. Chikkahagade Percentage 1.23%, and others. D.K. Suresh got 878,258 total votes and Ashwath Narayan Gowda got 671,388 votes and Dr. Chinappa Y. Chikkahagade got a total of 19,972 votes.

Bangalore North MP Election Results 2024

Bangalore North Lok Sabha seat plays a significant role in Indian politics.

 In 2024 Karnataka Bangalore North Lok Sabha polls will be held on Friday, 26 April 2024. And the result will be published on Tuesday, 04 Jun 2024. Earlier in the 2019 election, the seat was won by D.V. Sadananda Gowda.

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