11 turncoats win comfortably; MTB Nagaraj, Vishwanath bite the dust; Congress wins just 2 seats while JDS draws a blank
The 76-year-old Chief Minister almost single-handedly swept the bypolls, further consolidating his position within the party and authority over the government.
Just minutes after winning 12 seats in the bypolls, Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa said that tackling the garbage problem in the city was his top priority.
According to sources, the BJP is keen to grant Ramesh key positions and portfolios in the Yediyurappa government besides naming his as a deputy chief minister.
Sudhakar won with a huge margin of 34810 against Congress candidate M.Anjinappa who secured 49588 pushing Radhakrishna of Janata Dal (Secular) on the third position with 35,869.
Anoop Chathooth tweeted that people in Karnataka are in no mood for a kichdi government like in Maharashtra.
The win means the BS Yediyurappa-led government is now safe for the rest of its tenure.
Meticulous planning by Prashant Kishor did wonders for Trinamool within six months, said a senior party leader.
The political game in Maharashtra is fast changing with every second minute.
Analysts say the results have come despite Priyanka not campaigning much and the outcome may well have been different if her team had put in more effort.
Latest trends showed that no party was in a position to cross the half-way mark in the 90-member Haryana Assembly.
The lack of interest among students in taking part in the election is a matter of concern for some, and the parties are also wondering if the results will have any impact on the upcoming elections.
As per the direction of the Delhi High Court dated September 6, the declaration of the final result is being withheld, it said.
The university’s poll panel has decided to submit the results to Delhi HC by September 17.
AIADMK and DMK leaders clash over the recent election results in the Tamil Nadu Assembly which also involved the CM K Palaniswami.