Bengaluru, May 15: The Janata Dal (Secular) continues to maintain its stronghold over Hassan as the party won seven of the eight constituencies in the district. The seats won by the JD(S) are Holenarasipur, Sakleshpur, Shravanabelogala, Arkalgud, Arsikere and Belur. While the Congress failed to open its account from the district, BJP won the sole seat of Hassan.
In the last assembly polls, the JD(S) emerged winner from Hassan, Holenarasipur, Sakleshpur and Shravanabelogala, whereas, the Indian National Congress (INC) managed a victory in Arkalgud and Belur. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), meanwhile, had failed to register a victory in any of the constituencies of the district.
Hassan District Election Results 2018
Arkalgud election results LIVE:
Arsikere election results LIVE:
Belur election results LIVE:
Hassan election results LIVE:
Holenarasipur election results LIVE:
Sakleshpur election results LIVE:
|Karnataka - Sakleshpur|
|H K KUMARASWAMY||Janata Dal (Secular)||62262|
|SOMASHEKAR JAYARAJ||Bharatiya Janata Party||57320|
|SIDDAIAH||Indian National Congress||37002|
|K R PRADEEP KUMAR||All India Mahila Empowerment Party||1148|
|None of the Above||None of the Above||1597|
Shravanabelagola election results
|Karnataka - Shravanabelagola|
|C N BALAKRISHNA||Janata Dal (Secular)||105516|
|C S PUTTEGOWDA||Indian National Congress||52504|
|SHIVANANJEGOWDA||Bharatiya Janata Party||7506|
|DWARAKISH||All India Mahila Empowerment Party||415|
|BOJEGOWDA||Samanya Janatha Party (Loktantrik)||414|
|None of the Above||None of the Above||906|
Stay tuned here for the assembly election results from the eight constituencies of Karnataka's Hassan district. This space would be updated as soon as the Election Commission begins releasing the first trends of results.
Key facts to know about Hassan: The district entails a total population of 17,76,221, which is as large as US State of Nebraska and the African nation of Gambia. The district is spread over 6,814 square kilometres, with an average density of 261 residents per kilometre. The region lies under the Mysuru administrative division, and forms a part of southern Karnataka.