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Karnataka MLC Election 2016 Winners List – Live Counting (Teachers)

Karnataka MLC Election 2016 Winners List – Live Counting (Teachers) : Karnataka MLC (Teachers) Election Live Counting Result 13th June, Karnataka Legislative Council MLC Election Counting Graduates/ Teachers Consituencies Vidhan Parishad Local Authorities Constituency (LAC) Live Result 13th june 2016.

Karnataka MLC Election 2016 Winners List – Live Counting (Teachers)

Karnataka MLC Election 2016 : Karnataka Legislative Council MLC (Vidhan Parishad) Election Counting for Graduates/Teachers Constituencies and the Local Authorities Constituency (LAC) has commenced the Election counting today i.e., on 13thJune 2016.Here is the Karnataka Legislative Council MLC (Vidhan Parishad) Election Counting for Graduates/Teachers Constituencies Live Counting Result 2016. The Election Commission of India has announced that this election counting and everything will be ended before 15th June, 2016.

The Election Commission has scheduled to hold the election session for the Karnataka Legislative Council MLC on 9thJune 2016. As scheduled earlier by the Election Commission of India, the counting for the elections conducted a few days back is now going on. You can watch the live updates and Live Counting of the Karnataka MLC elections 2016.


Karnataka MLC Elections Live Counting Results 2016

Currently, live counting for Karnataka MLC Elections Graduates/Teachers Constituencies and the Local Authorities Constituency is going on in the state of Karnataka. Several political parties have taken part in the elections 2016. Some of the major political parties that participated for the MLC Elections 2016 in thestate of Karnataka include the following:

  • Indian National Congress (INC)
  • Janata Dal Secular (JDS)
  • Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)

Because of the retirement of the sitting candidates in South graduates and West teachers’ constituencies, each and every North West graduate and other North West teachers’ constituencies, Karnataka government has conducted the MLC Election 2016 from Graduates and Teachers Constituencies session.

In the boilingsummertime heat, the results of Karnataka Legislative Council election session 2016 carried a sigh of respite for the ruling party Indian National Congress (INC) party. Congress Party has effectivelywon four seats in the Member of Legislative Council Election session in the state of Karnataka 2016. The presentElection voting session was held for the Teachers’ constituencies wherein the Congress Partycontrolled with 4 seats while Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) attained a total of 2 seats. The Janata Dal Secular (JDS) party has accomplished only one seat in the Karnataka Member of Legislative Council Elections 2016 held in the state. On the whole, there were 7 seats for which the Election poll was being held in the state of Karnataka.

Karnataka MLC Election Result 2016 for Graduates/Teachers Constituencies

The candidates from the Congress Party who have attained success include the following:

  • Allam Veerabhadrappa
  • Rizwan Arshad
  • Veena Achchayya
  • B. Timmapur.

On the other hand, the candidates of Bharatiya Janata Party who wonin the Karnataka MLC elections 2016include the following:

  • Lehere Singh
  • V Somanna, who is a senior leader and former Minister

The Karnataka Member of Legislative Council ElectionPoll Results 2016 proved the power of Congress party in the state of Karnatakapredominantly in the 7 graduates and the teachers’ constituencies. With this tremendous success, the influenceand authority of Congress party has accomplished from 21 to 31.

To privilege the postof Chairman and Deputy Chairman, the leading Congress party necessities to privilege 3 seats of teachers’ constituencies and then three of the chosencandidatesto acquire the support of the Independent candidates. This eventually strengthens the power of the Congress party. As a result, the Bharatiya Janata Party which is currently in power will certainly lose its seats and may wind up in to getting 23 to 24 seats. On the whole, there are a total of 75 seats for MLC position in the state of Karnataka.

Conversely, the alliance between Bharatiya Janata Party and Janata Dal Secular parties can place the Congress Party into bothersome conditions. Though, if JDS and BJP partnership work out to be efficacious, then there is every possibilityfor the two parties to gain over 35 seats in the current Karnataka MLC elections 2016. Watch Live Counting of Karnataka MLC (Teachers) Elections 2016 here:

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