Karnataka Election Commission | Watch Live Grama Panchayat Karnataka Election Results 2010 | Karnataka BBMP Election Results Live Updates 2010

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Karnataka Election Commission | Watch Live Grama Panchayat Karnataka Election Results 2010 | Karnataka BBMP Election Results Live Updates 2010

Karantaka State Election Commission has announced elections to as many as 5476 grama panchayats all over the state in two phases on May 8 and 12.Admitted that elections to the local bodies is a necessary evil but the cumbersome process of elections and more importantly electioneering is an elaborate and a 'grand affair' in India. With the curtains falling on the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) polls, the city seems to be enjoying a lull after the noisy election season.

Buzz up! In the silence, one is forced to wonder how much money went into the process of electioneering in the Maha BBMP Polls 2010. As per conservative estimates each candidate has spent about Rs 1.8 crore over the past month.The State Election Commission, is a constitutional body came into existence with the promulgation of 73rd and 74th amendment to the Constitution of India on 26-05-1993 with an objective of superintendence, direction and control of the preperation of electoral rolls and to conduct all elections to the Urban and Rural local bodies viz., City Corporation, City Municipal Corporation, Town Municipal Corporations, Town Panchayats, Zilla Panchayats, taluk Panchayats and Gram Panchayats.

Karnataka Election Commission | Watch Live Grama Panchayat Karnataka Election Results 2010 | Karnataka BBMP Election Results Live Updates 2010 | Karnataka By Election For Two Assembly Constituencies
The State Election Commission is an independent organisation to conduct elections to three types of rural local bodies i.e., Grama Panchayats, Taluka Panchayats and Zilla Panchayaths and four types of Urban Local Bodies i.e., Municipal Corporations. City Municipal Councils, Town Municipal Councils and Town Panchayats.The KArnataka By election results are today . Ruling BJP in Karnataka has won the Chitapur (Reserved) Assembly seat and led in another, while JDS was ahead in two seats and Congress in one in the August 18 by-elections.BJP candidate Valimiki Naik wrested the seat from Congress defeating Priyanka M Kharge, son of union labour minister Mallikarjuna Kharge, by a margin of 1,600 votes.

Naik avenged his defeat to senior Kharge in the last year assembly polls. As per the latest trends, BJP was leading in Kollegal (Reserved) while JDS maintained a comfortable lead in Chennapatna and Ramanagara and Congress in Govindarajanagar.Minister for Housing V Somanna, who deserted Congress to join BJP after resigning as MLA, is trailing by about 1,000 votes to his nearest Congress rival Priya Krishna in Govindarajanagar in Bangalore .The State Election Commission is an independent organisation to conduct elections to three types of rural local bodies i.e., Grama Panchayats, Taluka Panchayats and Zilla Panchayaths and four types of Urban Local Bodies i.e, Municipal Corporations. City Municipal Councils, Town Municipal Councils and Town Panchayats.

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