Congress Wins Afzalpur, Chincholi & BJP Wrests Aland, Sedam; Check Full List of Winning Candidates From Gulbarga District
Karnataka Election Results: Stay tuned here with updates from Afzalpur, Aland, Chincholi, Chittapur, Gulbarga Dakshin, Gulbarga Rural, Gulbarga Uttar, Jevargi and Sedam constituencies.

Bengaluru, May 15: Out of the nine seats in Karnataka's Gulbarga district, five have been won by the Congress, whereas, four were bagged by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The seats won by the Congress are: AfzalpurChincholiChittapurGulbarga Uttar and Jevargi. The BJP has bagged the constituencies of Aland, Sedam, Gulbarga Rural and Gulbarga Dakshin. For live updates and results of all 222 constituencies of Karnataka, read here.

In the 2013 assembly elections, the Indian National Congress (INC) emerged victorious from seven of these constituencies - Afzalpur, Chincholi, Chittapur, Gulbarga Rural, Gulbarga Uttar, Jevargi and Sedam. The now-dissolved Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP) had won the seat of Aland, whereas, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had bagged Gulbarga Dakshin.

Gulbarga district elections results 2018:

Afzalpur election results

Aland election results

Chincholi election results

Chittapur Election Results

Karnataka - Chittapur
Result Declared
Candidate Party Votes
PRIYANK KHARGE Indian National Congress 69700
VALMIK NAIK Bharatiya Janata Party 65307
DEVARAJA V K Bahujan Samaj Party 1218
RAJU HADNOOR All India Mahila Empowerment Party 1136
SABANNA B DODDAMNI Independent 615
SHANKAR CHAWAN Independent 612
VINOD ANNA Independent 418
RUKKAPPA K LEADER Independent 311
None of the Above None of the Above 1052

Gulbarga Rural Election Results

Gulbarga Uttar Election Results

Gulbarga Dakshin Election Results

Karnataka - Gulbarga Dakshin
Result Declared
Candidate Party Votes
DATTATRAYA C PATIL REVOOR APPU GOUDA Bharatiya Janata Party 64788
ALLAMPRABHU PATIL Indian National Congress 59357
BASAVARAJ DIGGAVI Janata Dal (Secular) 14359
SURYAKANT NIMBALKAR Bahujan Samaj Party 1853
RIZWAN UR RAHMAN SIDDIQUI Independent 597
MAQBOOL KHAN HEERAPUR Independent 479
M S UDANOOR Indian New Congress Party 288
PRAHLAD MATMARI Independent 259
SYED ABDUL BARI Welfare Party Of India 252
JAGANNATH M CHAWAN National Development Party 229
RATNA SUKHJINDER SINGH All India Mahila Empowerment Party 184
VIRANNA KORALLI Shivsena 179
DHARMAVEER S PUJARI Independent 171
CHANDSAB MAKTUMSAB BHIMALLI Independent 138
RAMADEVI RAJKUMAR MADGI Shramajeevi Party 115
None of the Above None of the Above 1114

Jevargi Election Results

Karnataka - Jevargi
Result Declared
Candidate Party Votes
AJAY DHARAM SINGH Indian National Congress 68508
DODDAPPAGOWDA S. PATIL NARIBOL Bharatiya Janata Party 52452
KEDARLINGAYYA HIREMATH Janata Dal (Secular) 35691
PRABHU KALAPPA All India Mahila Empowerment Party 856
VAKIL PATEL S/O KHAJAPATEL Independent 813
SIDDAPPA HUGAR Independent 732
PRAVEENKUMAR BASAYYA KUNTOJIMATH Shivsena 478
RAMU S/O CHATRU CHAVHAN Independent 318
BHIMAYYA SOMAYYA Independent 238
NAGESH S/O VEERANNA Independent 229
DARMAN Independent 121
None of the Above None of the Above 1310

Sedam Election Results

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Gulbarga, along with other districts of Karnataka, went to polls on May 12. The region, part of the Kalaburagi division, witnessed a triangular poll fight between the Congress, Janata Dal (Secular) and the BJP. Noteworthy, the KJP which had won one assembly seat from the district had merged with the BJP. The party was founded in 2012 by BS Yeddyurappa, who made his way back to the saffron party in 2014. A year ahead of the recently conducted assembly polls, he was announced as the BJP's prospective chief minister.

Key facts to know about Gulbarga district: The region houses a population of 25.6 lakh people. The administrative headquarters are located in the city of Gulbarga, where nearly 5.37 lakh people reside as per the 2011 survey. The total area encompassed by the district is 10,951 square kilometres.