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Special Report: 23rd no Bangalore Rural Lok Sabha Constituency, State of Karnataka

In this special report of Lok Sabha Constituency today we will try give a brief look on Bangalore Rural Constituency of Karnataka, which is situated in western India.

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This Constituency is consists of 8 Legislative Assembly Constituency (LAC). They are as follows:

1. Kunigal
2. Rajarajeshwarinagar
3. Bangalore South
4. Anekal (SC)
5.  Magadi
6. Ramanagaram
7. Kanakapura
8. Channapatna

Session 1967 (M.V.Rajasekhram):

In this 1967 edition of Lok Sabha election K M.V.Rajasekhram was selected as a MP from Bangalore rural Constituency. As a winner M.V.Rajasekhram (INC) got 130814 votes while his rival T.Subramanya (IND) got 80194 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 50620 (18.52% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 7 no of contestants from Bangalore rural constituency in this session.

Session 1971 (C.K.Shariff):

In this 1971 edition of Lok Sabha election C.K.Shariff was selected as a MP from Bangalore rural Constituency. As a winner C.K.Shariff (INC) got 181819 votes while his rival M.Gopala (BJS) got 77789 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 104030 (37.27% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 10 no of contestants from Bangalore rural constituency in this session.

Session 1977 (M.V.Murthy):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election M.V.Murthy was selected as a MP from Bangalore rural Constituency. As a winner M.V.Murthy (INC) got 198669 votes while his rival M.Chandrashekhar (BLD) got 158485 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 40184 (10.96% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 19 no of contestants from Bangalore rural constituency in this session.

Session 1980 (M.V.Murthy):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election M.V.Murthy was selected as a MP from Bangalore Rural Constituency. As a winner M.V.Murthy (INC) got 219108 votes while his rival B.Channa (JNP) got 102573 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 116535 (29.36% of Total Valid Votes). There were total no 8 of contestants from Bangalore rural constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 859, average no of electors per polling station was 999.

Session 1984 (M.V.Murthy):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election M.V.Murthy was selected as a MP from Bangalore rural Constituency. As a winner M.V.Murthy (INC) got 260279 votes while his rival G.Fernandes (JNP) got 218733 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 41546 (8.16% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 19 no of contestants from Bangalore rural constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1190, average no of electors per polling station was 789.

Session 1989 (M.V.Murthy):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election M.V.Murthy was selected as a MP from Bangalore rural Constituency. As a winner M.V.Murthy (INC) got 390460 votes while his rival L.Fernandes (JD) got 283336 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 107124 (14.23% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 13 no of contestants from Bangalore rural constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1689, average no of electors per polling station was 780.

Session 1991 (M.V.Murthy):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election M.V.Murthy was selected as a MP from Bangalore rural Constituency. As a winner M.V.Murthy (INC) got 252272 votes while his rival C.Narayan (JD) got 191955 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 60317 (9.98% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 23 no of contestants from Bangalore rural constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 819, average no of electors per polling station was 898.

Session 1996 (H.D.Kumaraswamy):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election H.D.Kumaraswamy was selected as a MP from Bangalore Rural Constituency. As a winner H.D.Kumaraswamy (JD) got 251235 votes while his rival V.Gundurao (INC) got 229267 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 21968 3.07% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 23 no of contestants from Bangalore Rural constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1656, average no of electors per polling station was 789

Session 1998 (M.Srinivas):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election M.Srinivas was selected as a MP from Bangalore Rural Constituency. As a winner M.Srinivas (BJP) got 429648 votes while his rival D.P.Sharma (INC) got 249601 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 180047 22.56% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 19 no of contestants from Bangalore Rural constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1667, average no of electors per polling station was 826.

Session 1999 (M.V.Murthy):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election M.V.Murthy was selected as a MP from Bangalore rural Constituency. As a winner M.V.Murthy (INC) got 399582 votes while his rival J.Alva (JS) got 327135 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 72447 7.64% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 17 no of contestants from Bangalore rural constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1789, average no of electors per polling station was 813.

Session 2004 (T.Sreeeramesh):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election T.Sreeeramesh was selected as a MP from Bangalore rural Constituency. As a winner T.Sreeeramesh (INC) got 473502 votes while his rival C.P.Yogesh (BJP) got 443144 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 30358 (2.62% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 11 no of contestants from Bangalore rural constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1700, average no of electors per polling station was 1100.

Session 2009 (H.D.Kumaraswamy):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election H.D.Kumaraswamy was selected as a MP from Bangalore Rural Constituency. As a winner H.D.Kumaraswamy (JD-S) got 493302 votes while his rival C.P.Yogeshwara (BJP) got 363027 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 130275. There were total 14 no of contestants from Bangalore Rural constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1155, average no of electors per polling station was 965.

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