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Karnataka assembly election 2013 vote counting and result will be declared today (8/05/2013, Wednesday). Exit polls have widely predicted that Congress will win the assembly election 2013 in Karnataka. Karnataka Election result 2013 live updates available online on various websites and TV news channels. The Karnataka assembly election 2013 was held on 5th May 2013. Read the below article to know how to get the live vote counting and updates of the Karnataka assembly election 2013.



Karnataka assembly election result date


Karnataka assembly election 2013 was held on Karnataka state on 5th May 2013. About 65% of votes were polled in 2013 assembly election in 2013. People of Karnataka have been eagerly waiting for the result of Karnataka assembly election 2013 which will be declared on today 8-5-2013. It is the deciding time who will rule Karnataka state for next five years. Last time BJP has ruled Karnataka state which is first time they ruled a south Indian state. Now, people have looked into who will win the election 2013, they eagerly looking into whether BJP can continue in the Government, or Congress can beat them?

The whole nation is keeping the eye on the result of Assembly election 2013 in Karnataka as the Parliament election are coming near in 2014. The voting has taken placed in peaceful manner. Vote counting of Karnataka assembly election 2013 will be started at 8 AM on 8th May 2013. The election was conducted for 223 legislative assemblies of Karnataka state. Due to death of BJP candidate, election of Periyapattana of Mysore has postponed to 28th May 2013. There are 34 vote counting centers are arranged in Karnataka state for the fast declaration of result. Out of which four centers are located at Bengaluru (Bangalore).

Karnataka assembly election 2013 survey and predictions of result


In 2008 assembly election in Karnataka BJP has won the by winning 110 seats out of the 224 seats. Congress has managed to get only 80 seats. JD(S) and JDU got 28 and 6 seats respectively. There were many exit polls, opinion poll and pre poll survey has taken place in Karnataka to predict the winner of Karnataka state result 2013. The survey has conducted by the major television news channels in India including CNN IBN, Times Now, ABP News, Headlines Today, Suvarna, and TV 9. Exit polls survey predictions/ results were announced by various news channels in India after the completion of the polling in Karnataka state. The exit polls results predicted that Congress will be the either the single largest party or a clear winner in the assembly election 2013. The prediction has given Congress between 100-117 seats whereas; BJP and JD(S) are far behind.

A pre-poll survey was published on 25th April which was carried by CSDS for CNN-IBN and The Week, predicted a clear win in the Karnataka state for the congress. They have predicted that Congress party's seat tally is likely to 100-116 while BJP and JD(S) are likely to get 43-53 seats. They also predict that new party KJP will bag 16-24 seats. Times Now has predicted that Congress will win 132 seats, while BJP and JD(S) coming a distant second with 38 seats. Headlines Today has predicted the seat tally as Congress - 114, BJP- 55, JD(S)-34, KJP-11 and others 9. ABP news has predicted the result as Congress-110 to 118, BJP- 51 to 59, JD(S)- 31 to 37, and KJP-9 to 13. Suvarna-C-Fore has provided the exit poll result as Congress: 109-120 BJP: 49-60 JDS: 34-41 KJP: 05-12 others: 10-15. TV9-C-Voter has predicted the exit poll survey result as Cong: 110-118 BJP: 51-59 JDS: 31-37 KJP: 9-13 others: 7-11 while Public TV has predicted as Congress: 119 BJP: 39-49 JDS: 34-44 KJP+others: 14.

Karnataka assembly election 2013 candidates


Main political parties participated in Karnataka legislative assembly election 2013 are Bharatiya Janata Party, Indian National Congress, Karnataka Janata Party, Janata Dal (Secular), Communist Party of India, Communist Party of India (Marxist), Bahujan Samaj Party, Janata Dal (United), Samajwadi Party and B Sri Ramulu Congress Party. The list of major candidates in Karnataka state assembly election 2013 includes Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar, former Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa, and Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Siddaramaiah, President of Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee G Parameshwara, and JDS state unit President HD Kumaraswamy. There are total 224 seats in Karnataka which includes Manvi, Maski, Belur, Bhadravathi, Bhalki, Bhatkal, Bidar, Holenarasipur, Honnali, Hosadurga, Hosakote, Hubli-Dharwad-Central, Mayakonda, Melukote, Chikkodi-Sadalga, Chincholi, Chintamani, Davanagere South, Hassan, Haveri, Hebbal, Heggadadevankote, Hirekerur, Hiriyur, Holalkere, Narasimharaja, Mudhol, Mudigere, Mulbagal, Nagamangala, Nagthan, Nanjangud, Padmanabanagar, Pavagada,Periyapatna, Pulakeshinagar, Puttur, Raichur, Raichur Rural, Rajajinagar, Rajarajeshwarinagar, Govindarajanagar, Gubbi, Chittapur, Dasarahalli, Davanagere North, Bommanahalli, Byadgi, Byatarayanapura, Sedam, Shahapur, Shantinagar, Shiggaon, Shikaripura, Shimoga, Sullia, T. Narasipur, Tarikere, Turuvekere, Udupi, Varuna, Vijayanagar, Yellapur, Yemkanamardi, Yeshwanthapura, Chamundeshwari, Channagiri, Channapatna, Kampli, Kanakagiri, Kanakapura, Karkala, Karwar, Kaup, Khanapur, Kittur, Belgaum Uttar, Bellary, Bellary City, Belthangady, C.V. RamannNagar, Molakalmuru, Terdal, Tiptur, Tirthahalli, Tumkur City, Tumkur Rural, Moodabidri, Arakalgud, Arsikere, Athani, Aurad, Bangalore South, Belgaum Dakshin, Belgaum Rural, Ramdurg, Rnebennur, Raybag, Ron, Sagar, Sakaleshpur, Sandur, Sarvagnanagar, Saundatti Yellamma, Bidar South, Bijapur City, Bilgi, Chitradurga, Chikknayakanhalli, Challakere, Chamaraja, Devadurga, Devanahalli, Devara Hippargi, Dharwad, Doddaballapur, Gadag, Gandhinagar, Gangavathi, Afzalpur, Aland, Anekal, Arabhavi, Gauribidanur, Gokak, Hadagali, Hagaribommanahalli, Hubli-Dharwad-East, Hubli-Dharwad-West, Hukkeri, Humnabad, Hungund, Hunsur, Indi, Jagalur, Jamkhandi, Jayanagar, Jevargi, K.R. Pura, Kadur, Kagwad, Kalaghatgi, Krishnaraja, Krishnarajanagara, Krishnarajpet, Kudachi, B.T.M Layout, Muddebihal, Sidlaghatta, Sindgi, Sindhanur, Sira, Siraguppa, Sirsi, Sorab, Sringeri, Srinivasapur, Harihar, Chamarajanagar, Chamrajapet, Chikkaballapur, Gulbarga Dakshin, Vijayanagara, Virajpet, Yadgir, Yelahanka, Yelburga, Gulbarga Rural, Gulbarga Uttar, Gundlupet, Gurmitkal, Ramanagaram, Kolar, Kolar Gold Field, Kollegal, Koppal, Koratagere, Chickamagalur, Chickpet, Haliyal, Hangal, Hanur, Harapanahalli, Shimoga Rural, Shirahatti, Shivajinagar, Shorapur, Shravanabelagola, Babaleshwar, Badami, Bagalkot, Bagepalli, Bailahongal, Baindur, Kudligi, Kumta, Kundapur, Kundgol, Kunigal, Kushtagi, Lingsugur, Maddur, Madhugiri, Madikeri, Magadi, Mahadevapura, Mahalakshmi Layout, Malavalli, Malleshwaram, Malur, Mandya, Mangalore, Mangalore City North, Mangalore City South, Shrirangapattana, Bangarapet, Bantwal, Basavakalyan, Basavana Bagevadi, Basavanagudi, Nargund, Navalgund, Nelamangala and Nippani.

Karnataka election result 2013 live


Karnataka Vidhan Sabha or Legislative Assembly (MLA) Election 2013 results live online available at http://www.karsec.gov.in and http://www.eciresults.nic.in. You can also watch seat wise Karnataka assembly election results 2013 live at TV9 Karnataka, Suvarna News 24x7, Public TV, Public TV, Udaya News, Kasthuri Newz 24, Janasri and Samaya TV, CNN IBN, Zee News, NDTV, Star news channels. You can also get the election result update on these following links http://leadtech.in/infoelection/index.php/karnataka-news
http://www.ndtv.com/topic/karnataka-assembly-elections/news
http://www.asianetnews.tv/karnataka-election-special.


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