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Bypoll : 4-1 victory for Cong - JD(S) coalition : A teaser for 2019: Congress


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Updates at 15.10

A teaser for 2019: Congress

The Congress party has tweeted that the Karnataka bypoll results are "just a teaser for what is in store for the BJP next year" when Lok Sabha elections will be held.

Former Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah said he was confident of winning at least 20 seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. "The Congress will be back in Karnataka. We [the coalition] will win minimum 20 seats in 2019. I camped in Ballari for four day. I saw the pulse of the people," he said.

KPCC president Dinesh Gundu Rao tweeted, "Sincere gratitude to all leaders and workers of Congress-JD (S) whose untiring efforts have led the victory of coalition candidates. Though Shivamogga is a disappointment, the narrow winning margin should sound the warning bells for BJP."

Updates 14.10pm:

Just the first step, says CM HDK

JD(S) leader and Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy termed the victory 'only a first step' towards 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

"This was the first step. There are 28 Lok Sabha seats. We'll work with the Congress party to win all of them; that is our goal. This is the confidence of people in us. This win is not making us arrogant. We are confident," he said.

 

Lok Sabha bypoll: 

Bellary : 

V S Ugrappa (Congress) : 628,365 

J Shantha (BJP) : 385,204
 

Shivamogga :

B S Ragavendra (BJP)  -  543,306
Madhu Bangarappa (JDS) -491,158
Mahima Patel - 5278

 

Mandya:

BL Shivaramegowda (Congress) : 494,728

Dr Siddaramaih (BJP) : 205,357

Nota : 536

 

Assembly :

Ramanagar: 

Anitha Kumaraswamy (JD(S) :  125043

Chandrashekhar (BJP) : 15906

 

Jamkhandi:

Anand Nyamegowda (Congess) : 97013

Srikant Kulkarni (BJP) : 57529

 


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