Schedule for Karnataka State Assembly elections 2013


Are you looking for the details of the schedule of Karnataka State Assembly Elections 2013 released by the Chief Election Commissioner of India Sampath? Go through this article and know the important information regarding the Karnataka Assembly elections like dates of notification announcement, last date for nominations, voting and counting.

As the Assembly term of Karnataka state is going to complete on June 3, 2013 the Chief Election Commissioner of India, Sampath has issued the schedule of Karnataka State Assembly Elections 2013. The election code will comes in the place with immediate effect. The Karnataka state has a total of 224 Assembly seats. The Karnataka state has a total of 4 crore and 18 laths voters and a total of 50.4446 polling stations will be constituted for voting. 98.6% voters are got the election voting identity cards and the election will be done through EVM, Electronic Voting Machines. The Election Commission will strictly observe the paid articles in print and electronic media and the contesting candidate's election campaign expenditures. Here below the important dates related to Karnataka State Assembly elections.

Schedule of Karnataka State Assembly Elections 2013


  • The election notification for Karnataka State Assembly will be issued on April 10, 2013.

  • The last date for the filling-up of nominations is April 17, 2013.

  • The nominations scrutiny will be done on April 18, 2013.

  • The last date for the withdrawal of nominations is April 20, 2013.

  • The election and voting will be done in single phase on May 5, 2013.

  • The election counting process and results will be declared on May 8, 2013.


  • Tough contest will be witnessed in Karnataka State Assembly elections 2013


    Well tough contest will be witnessed in the upcoming Karnataka State Assembly elections 2013. The ruling BJP party, Congress party, JDS, Sreeramulu's lead BSR Congress party and Yedurappa's Karnataka Janata party will try hard to get into power by winning the elections. It is not easy for any single party to win the public's support and all parties will come-up with schemes and program in order to attract voters.


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