BJP Candidate Kota Srinivasa Poojary Won in Udupi-Chikkamagaluru LS constituency

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BJP Candidate Kota Srinivasa Poojary Won in Udupi-Chikkamagaluru LS constituency

Udupi: Senior BJP leader and Karnataka Legislative Council Opposition Leader Kota Srinivas Poojari emerged the winner from the Udupi-Chikmagalur constituency in the Lok Sabha elections this year on Tuesday, beating closest rival Jayaprakash Hegde of the Congress.

At Udupi, cadres lifted up Poojary as he arrived at the counting center, St. Cecily’s Educational Institutions campus at Brahmagiri, soon after it became clear that the BJP candidate was on the path to victory.

At the victory celebrations in the district BJP office, Poojary was felicitated by the cadres led by district BJP president Kishore Kumar Kundapura. MLAs Yashpal Suvarna and Gurme Suresh Shetty, Mangaluru region in-charge K. Uday Kumar Shetty, immediate past district president Kuyiladi Suresh Nayak and others were present.

Fifth Round

  • K Jayaprakash Hegde 1,41,698
  • Kota Srinivasa Poojary – 2,30,610

After the Fifth round, Kota Srinivasa Poojary is leading with 88,912 votes

Fourth Round

  • K Jayaprakash Hegde 111125
  • Kota Srinivasa Poojary – 183987

After the Fourth round, Kota Srinivasa Poojary is leading with 72862 votes

Third Round

  • K Jayaprakash Hegde 84078
  • Kota Srinivasa Poojary – 139182

After the Third round, Kota Srinivasa Poojary is leading with 55104 votes

Second Round

  • K Jayaprakash Hegde 57,810
  • Kota Srinivasa Poojary – 90,665

After the 2nd round, Kota Srinivasa Poojary is leading with 32,855 votes

First Round

  • K Jayaprakash Hegde 28459
  • Kota Srinivasa Poojary – 42912

After the 1st round, Kota Srinivasa Poojary is leading with 14,453 votes

Udupi: Counting of votes for Udupi-Chikkamagaluru Lok Sabha Constituency began on Tuesday, June 4 amid tight security arrangements at St Cecily’s School in Udupi.

The counting of the total 12,31,005 votes will be held Assembly constituency-wise. Two counting rooms each have been allocated for the Kundapur, Karkala, Sringeri, and Tarikere Assembly constituencies, and one room each has been allocated for Udupi, Kaup, Mudigere, and Chikkamagaluru Assembly constituencies.

Each of the two counting rooms will have seven tables, and one counting room will have 14 tables. Counting of votes in the EVM machines will be overseen by the District Election Officer, eight Assistant Election Officers, and four Additional Assistant Election Officers.

The postal votes will be counted in a separate room, while the service votes will be counted on a separate table. Allocation of tables for the counting personnel will be done randomly. A candidate can appoint an agent for each table.


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