Bengaluru: Post-poll surveys predict state BJP government will be safe


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Dec 6: The by-poll in the state went off peacefully on Thursday December 5, and poll predictions have given thumbs up for the survival of the Yediyurappa-led state government. However, actual fate of the government will be known only on December 9 when counting of votes is scheduled to take place.

Surveys undertaken by news channels in the state say that the BJP will bag most of the seats. Suvarna, TV 9, Network 18 and Public TV have published their post-poll survey reports. All these surveys have predicted that the BJP will bag eight to 12 of the 15 seats where the by-poll was held. As such, on the basis of these surveys, Yediyurappa can breathe easy for now.

The surveys have said that there is neck-to-neck fight between the BJP and the Congress in Ranebennur, Kagwad, K R Pet and Shivajinagar constituencies. Rizwan Arshad of the Congress is fighting against Sharavana fielded by the BJP in Shivajinagar while K B Koliwad of the Congress is fighting against BJP's Arun Kumar in Ranebennur. Raju Kage of the Congress is pitted against BJP’s Shrimant Patil in Kagwad. The fight is between Narayana Gowda of the BJP and Devaraj of the JD(S) in K R Pet. A couple of surveys said that independent candidate Sharath Bache Gowda in Hoskote can prove to be a match for his BJP rival.

The surveys have given winning edge to Ramesh Jarkiholi in Gokak, Byrathi Basavaraj n K R Pura, Mahesh Kumathalli in Athani, Gopalayya in Mahalaxmi Layout, Anand Singh in Vijayanagara, Shivaram Hebbar in Yallapur and MTB Nagaraj in Hoskote. All these are BJP candidates. H P Manjunath in Hunsur, Raju Kage in Kagwad and M Anjanappa in Chikkaballapur, who are fielded by the Congress, have been given chances of victory. In Yashwanthpur where Jawarayi Gowda of the JD(S) is fighting against S T Somashekhar of the BJP, Gowda has been given the edge. The surveys also predict good chances for JD(S) candidate in K R Pet where the party's K C Narayana Gowda is fighting against B L Devaraj of the BJP.

  

Comment on this article

  • Vijay Benedict, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 6 2019

    If its true then its welcome. The public have seen the coalition and the drama that followed after math and eventually where it led.
    Unless the top leader and current leadership of the grand old party changes , dont even dream of revival.

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  • Dr.S.Kamath, Mumbai

    Fri, Dec 6 2019

    Exactly here in Maharashtra too
    its more than 1 week after CM sworn in No Portfolios for Ministers yet
    Fighting Fighting everyone wants meaty portfolio

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Dec 6 2019

    Maharashtra Predictions were also the Same ...

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  • mohan, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 6 2019

    Power hungry minister do whatever possible to remain in power.... but poor people remain in poverty forever.....

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Dec 6 2019

    Educated people from Karnataka vote only for Honest ...

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Fri, Dec 6 2019

    Don't blame evm on 9th....

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  • ayesha devi, mangaluru

    Fri, Dec 6 2019

    Blaming EVMs started by Mr Advani. Now W Bengal BJP also started blaming EVMs.

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  • abdul munim, mangaluru

    Fri, Dec 6 2019

    i think it should be pre-poll as the EVMs were set before the polls or possible that they might have been tampered after the voting also.

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  • S N BANGs, Thannirubhavi

    Fri, Dec 6 2019

    all Prediction are wrong. Congress will win all 15 seats. Siddharamiah will be CM again and Kumararanna will be DCM.

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  • Amar Hegde, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 6 2019

    Change agreed 😂😂😂

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  • Beppa, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 6 2019

    Good Guess. Does it change anything out of this election.

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