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Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:43:14 AM (IST)  

Mangalore: Congress Scores Over BJP in APMC Election

Mangalore: Congress Scores Over BJP in APMC Election

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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore (PS/SP)

Mangalore, Apr 26: Counting of votes in respect of the elections held for the taluk Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC), polling for which was held on Sunday April 24, was taken up at 6.30 am on Tuesday April 26 morning. Results have since been announced. By bagging seven out of 14 seats, Congress has taken over the administration of Mangalore APMC once again. The names of winning candidates with votes polled in brackets, are as follows:

General Constituencies: 1. Mulky – Pramod Kumar, Congress (634). 2. Moodbidri – K Krishnaraj Hegde, JDS (623). 3. Vamanjoor – Jayasheela Adyantaya, Congress (451). 4. Yedapadav – Neelaya M Agari, Congress (781). 5. Mangalore – Gangadhar Ullal, JDS (397). 6. Kotekar – Prashant Gatti, BJP (606). He defeated Sukumar Rao, who secured 453 votes.

Puttige (Reserved for women): Jacinta D’Souza of Rajya Raita Sangha (518). Nalini Rai, who stood second, could muster only 356 votes.

Shirtady (Reserved for backward category A): Ratnakar Poojary, JDS (453). He defeated Rukkayya Poojary of Congress (441).

Bajpe: Monappa Shetty Yekkar (414). He defeated Sadanand Rai Kenjar (243).

Beluvai (Reserved for Scheduled Castes): Giriappa Mera, Congress (413). He defeated Krishna Mugera (147).

Suratkal (Reserved for Scheduled Tribes): Chenniappa Naik, Congress (344). He defeated Aitha (94).

Merchants’ constituency: Raghava Shetty, BJP (205). Abdul Hameed of the Congress could secure only 110 seats. One vote was rejected.

Agricultrual Cooperative Marketing Societies Constituency: D B Balakrishna, BJP (41). He defeated Bhaskar Kotian (30).

Agricultural Cooperative Processing Societies constituency: Radhakrishna Kote of BJP (18) defeated Bhaskar S Kotian (13).

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Comments on this article
Rixan Fernandes, Mangalore
Wednesday, April 27, 2011

very bad even after doing all the drama, thinking they were in majority and trying to disturb peace in calm mangalore, but still minority scores. Atleast nw stop Ur drama and work work or the progress of the City. Dont get fraustrated and fight against minorities now, but rather help each other for building a peaceful mangalore.

Pradeep, Manglaore
Wednesday, April 27, 2011

@Shastri, it is strange but true that real threat for a religion does not come from outside but comes from within. When a religion breeds fundamentalists then it is a threat to religion itself. A time may come, when the temples may become shopping malls when people lose their faith and devotion to God. It is a real threat. Do not fear that parties can root out Hinduism. If so, Hinduism would have been wiped out during Mogul rule or British rule. Do not think that BJP is the saviour of Hinduism. They need your vote because they can get the power. That's the political gimmick and gullible people fall prey to them.

nagesh nayak, bangalore
Wednesday, April 27, 2011

hey,Rahul, Mangalore,



Rahul, Mangalore
Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Hey Nayak mam, Are you trying to say that Rahul gandhi is so powerful? That his one visit can fetch more number of seats in karnataka?

Joel, mangalore/bangalore
Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Nagesh maam "Drakshe Yavagalu Huli"

nagesh nayak, bangalore
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

hey, Jossey Saldanha, Mapusa,




Praveen , Mangalore
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Jossey Saldanha, Mapusa in other places like Bantwal BJP has got absolute majority in this elections and also in Beltangady BJP performed well. Mangalore BJP lost but not too far behind from congress. Out of 14 seats congress bagged 6, BJP 4, JDS 3 and others 1 seats.

Aslam, Ullal
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

congratulations to Gangadhar ullal,

Shashi Shetty, Santhoor/Manipal
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

The problem here is Non Hindus who vote for Congress is good for them and BJP is bad. Hindus who vote for BJP feels Congress is here to root out Hinduism and promote Islam first and Christianity the second ( actual minors like Jains , Sikhs, Buddhist, Parsis who are less than 1% of total coutry population is not counted as minors because .. their votes do not count to make council of ministers). Now there is very minors who strongly feels we need a party who is good for our country , our planet and whole of human race is never counted. (we are untouchables in the country).

hemanth, France/mangalore
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Just see the crowd there..We get the importance of this election...

Prashan, Mangalore
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

These elections are won puerly on personal charisma...nothing to do with Congress or BJP. pepole who call it has a congress victory has to get basic knowledge about these elections.

Ravi, Mangalore
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Lancelot N. Tauro, Manglore - Doha Qatar you give your comments according to the political parties which you. Last time when BJP won in ZP/TP elections some of the people here commented that people of our districts are not educated, but now when congress won APMC election the people say that people of our districts have become educated now.

Lancelot N. Tauro, Manglore - Doha Qatar
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

See the educated people now realizing the what is BJP and hidden agenda.

Peter Pereira, Pune
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Good to see that Kannadigas are able to distinguish good from bad now.

HENRY MISQUITH, M'lore/Bahrain
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Even God cannot help such irresponsible party(BJP) TO REMAIN IN POWER and serve the people of Karnataka.

Alfred Vincent Monis, Bantakal/Kingdom of Bahrain
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Congratulations Mr. Krishnaraj Shetty on being elected from Moodabidri.

Jossey Saldanha, Mapusa
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Good people of Karnataka are slowly realizing who are the frauds.

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