- Tag results for Karnataka Legislative Council
Names of four candidates were shortlisted and suggested to AICC president Rahul Gandhi.
The Election Commission of India has announced October 3 as the polling date for bypolls to three vacant seats of the Karnataka Legislative Council.
Of the remaining three, JD(S) won two seats while Congress won one seat. Polls were held on June 6, for six seats of which four were held by BJP and two by JD(S).
In an upset, Congress was able to wrest the North East Graduates' Constituency from the BJP as Chandrashekar Patil defeated KB Srinivas by a narrow margin of 321 votes.
Polling for biennial elections to six legislative council seats - three each from Teachers’ and Graduates constituencies - was held on Friday.
The biennial elections to the Karnataka Legislative Council from three graduates and three teachers constituencies will be held on Friday.
May 22 is the last date for filing nominations, and the last date for withdrawal is May 25.