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Head of PMK Anbumani Ramadoss loses in Dharmapuri; Anant Kumar Hegde wins from Uttara Kannada



South American Election Results 2019 UPDATE | Pattali Makkal Katchi chief Anbumani Ramadoss lost to DNV Senthilkumar S from the DMK of Dharmapuri seat of 70,753 votes.

From supporting Sadhvi Pragya Thakur for his patriot; on Nathuram Godse to call Rahul Gandhi and carrots, Union Minister, Anant Kumar Hegde, has recently been seizing headlines. On Thursday, he was in the news again but for his victory in the seat of Uttara Kannada. Anand Asnotikar defeated Janata Dal (Secular) with a huge margin of 4,79,649 votes.

BJP candidate of seat Nizamabad Lok Sabha Arvind Dharmapuri defeated Teilogana Rashtra Samithi candidate Kalvakuntla Kavitha with a margin of 70,875. She's daughter to Telangana prime minister K Chandrashekar Rao.

Inspired by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with INX Media's case, Congress leader and son of former finance minister P Chidambaram, Karti has some happy tales despite a collapse in Congress as he led in Sivaganga through an unlimited margin of 3,32,224 votes against H Raja of the BJP.

Congress candidate Shashi Tharoor retained the seat of Thiruvananthapuram by defeating 99,989 votes of former ex-governor Mizoram and candidate BJP Kaseman Rajasekharan, according to ANI report.

President DMK MK Stalin congratulated the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Twitter, saying 'we hope and wish will provide progressive government based on the principles of democracy and inclusivity'.

In Uttara Kannada's Karnataka constituency, BJP candidate Anantkumar Hegde has defeated Anand Asnotikar from the JD (S).

Rahul Gandhi is going to be broken down against his closest rival CPI's Suneer in Wayanad Lok Sabha's constituency on Thursday, as roads in front of count centers in this hilly town look deserted. As we moved forward, Rahul established a leader of over three lakh votes, which is probably the largest profits in Lok Sabha elections in the state.

Superstar and the southern Rajinikanth icon were among those who wished to congratulate Narendra Modi for what will soon be his victory in Lok Sabha 2019.

Bangalore Central independent candidate, Prakash Raj politician, applied as he came to the obvious that he came third to Rizwan Arshad of Congress and PC Mohan BJP, that this was a slap on his face. However, he promised to stand on issues that were important.

The picture for the Congress in Karnataka looks depressing with the party's ancient leader and his de facto leader in the opposition in Parliament, Mallikarjun Kharge is dragging over 35,000 votes to Umesh Jadhav in Gulabarga.

The leader of the President of Congress Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad in northern Kerala has crossed 2 lakh votes. This is the record edge that the party of Congress has secured in the constituency after it was carved out of Kozhikode and Malappuram areas in 2009. The seat was won by MI Shanavaz of 153,439 votes. The current lead of 244500 is also the leading leader that any party has to secure in Kerala's elections Lok Sabha.

Telangana Rashtra Samithi, K Chandrasekhar Rao, expected the sweeping election in Telangana to lead in 9 seats in the state. This is the first time Telangana has gone for Lok Sabha elections. The 2014 elections were the last Parliamentary election for the merger of Andhra Pradesh with 42 seats. In this election, Andhra has 25 seats and Telangana has 17 seats.

Each leader Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) Asaduddin Owaisi leads with over 85,000 votes from the Hyderabad Lok Sabha constituency.

The seat of Mandya Lok Sabha now sees a close call between Nikhil Kumaraswamy, prime minister Kumaraswamy's son, who has 1,39,327 votes, while Sumalatha Ambareesh, an Independent candidate with the support of BJP 1,38,739 votes.

The daughter of K Chandrasekhar Rao, K Kavitha, is dragging from the seat of Nizamabad in Telangana while Chandrababu Naidu's son Nara Lokesh is dragging into the seat of Mangalagiri in Andhra Pradesh. Rao and Naidu are prime ministers of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

The chairman of Congress, Rahul Gandhi, leads to a significant and recorded victory in Wayanad, where he intends to expand his leadership to one lakh.

In Tumkur Lok Sabha's seat in Karnataka, BJP GS Basavaraju candidate leads with 69418 votes and JD (S) heavyweight and former prime minister HD Deve Gowda.

DMK leads in 31 seats so far, AIADMK is dragging with six seats in Tamil Nadu.

The Kumar Hegde Anant by BJP of LS Uttara Kannada's seat leads with 42,000 votes.

As the trends begin to emerge as an account progresses well, the DMK has significant lead in Tamil Nadu with six seats in hand. In Karnataka, Tejasvi Surya is a leading seat of BJP Bengaluru South.

As the first trends started coming in as the votes were counted, the chairman of Congress Rahul Gandhi is currently leading in Wayanad and Shashi Tharoor's dragging in Thiruvananthapuram, where he & # 39 existing MP.

The Electoral Commission for India has started counting the votes. The southern states – Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala and Tamil Nadu – have strong regional political parties looking at being elected in their respective states.

This is a high battle for TDP's chief leader of the Naidu Chandrababu as he tries to build a national profile, leading on a federal front that is not NDA. After meeting Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday, prime minister Andhra Pradesh met with Sharad Pawar, chief officer SP Akhilesh Yadav and leader of the Mayawati BSP too.

As the 8th mark when the Indian Commission begins counting votes, candidates from a number of political parties, including BJP and JD (S), go to temples across the south to complete last-minute prayers. Among those seen in the temples was the BJP candidate, Thiruvananthapuram, Kummanam Rajasekharan, BJP candidate from Bengaluru De Tejasvi Surya and JD (S) candidate Mandya Nikhil Kumaraswamy.

To conclude seven steps of poll Lok Sabha, political parties will be hoping for a victory as the poll count begins today (Thursday, 23 May). A number of exit votes predict another wave in the NDA in the country, mainly in the native country in Hindi, bringing back Prime Minister Narendra Modi back to issues. However, the southern states – Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala and Tamil Nadu – have strong regional political parties looking at being elected in their respective states.

Tamil Nadu voters will seal AIADMK's fate led by EK Palaniswami, with polling polls giving hope to those competing with DMK, who are also an ally of Congress. Although Palaniswami is present at the recent NDA leaders meeting in Delhi on Tuesday, marking the support of the saffron party to AIADMK, its leader, TTV Dhinakaran, who faces election Lok Sabha under the banner of his new party, Amma Makkal Munnetra, also facing a challenge. Kazhagam.

Tamil Nadu has 39 seats Lok Sabha, but votes are held in 38 constituencies with 800 candidates in the fray. Vellore voting was canceled after a huge amount of cash was recovered. As a count begins in the state, 17,000 polling staff, 45,000 police personnel and 88 counting observers will be deployed. The counting process will be removed since the opening of the strong room.

In Andhra Pradesh, whose prime minister N Chandrababu Naidu strives to unite opposition leaders to form an anti-BJP front at the Center, a counting of votes is held across 36 centers. The state will see a three-tier security cordon at count centers with prohibition orders under Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code in the 16 towns where these booths are located. A total of 25,000 CE personnel will start the counting process at 8am. Apart from Nagalu Naidu's Desk Party, BJP, Congress, YSR Congress and Jana Sena Party are brittle. The BJP and Congress are hoping to move on to the right of this election.

Telangana will see a three-lane competition in 17 constituencies between the Samashi Rashtra Telangana (TRS), Congress and BJP. Some exit polls predict a margin for the party led by prime minister K Chandrasekhar Rao following the elections of 11 April, which the TRS fought in a league with AIMIM Asaduddin led by Owaisi. An account will start at 8 am in 126 count halls in 35 locations.

The fate of 443 candidates, including 178 farmers in Nizamabad, was fought against the elections to support their demand for a price for turmeric and red sorghum and the establishment of a Turmeric Board. A total of 6,500 Electoral Commission personnel will count votes while almost 10,000 police personnel stand vigorously. Section 144 CrPC would be spread within 100 meters of the count centers.

In Karnatka, Congress-JD (S) will combine to win victory over the BJP again, just as it was in state state surveys, although many exit polls predicted the favor of the saffron party. While Congress was fighting in 21 seats, JD (S) received tickets from seven constituencies. BJP fought from 27 seats and supported independent candidate Sumalatha Ambareesh in Mandya. Chief State Electoral Officer, Sanjiv Kumar said PTI the first set of results can start from 3 pm and may be over by 6 pm. However, it can also be delayed further.

Flood rehabilitation and Sabarimala imbroglio were among the biggest issues raised by political parties during these elections. Some of the main parties in the fray are CPM led by BJP, Yechury Congress and Sitaram. Over 22,000 police personnel will be placed in the state on the day of the results. "A total of 22,640 police personnel will be deployed under the various chief police officers. Amongst these will be 111 DySPs, 395 inspectors, 2,632 OS / ASI and 1,344 personnel from central forces," said official statement of The Electoral Commission.

The poll was held in seven stages on 11, 18, 23 and 29 April and 6, 12 and 19 May across 10.3 lakh polling stations across India. Votes saw a turnout of 67 per cent, with over 8,000 candidates fuss across 542 constituencies. The whole exercise of matching the EVM paper trail machines will take an extra four to five hours, said EC officials.

In the 2014 elections, the BJP won 282 seats while the Congress won 44 seats against the 206 it won in 2009.

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