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karnataka election


JD(S) Leading In All Three In Bengaluru

In the midst of the jubilant crowd, the Zilla Panchayat president from the JD(S) H. Appaianna tripped and fell, injuring himself


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Of the four constituencies in Bengaluru (Rural) district, the Janata Dal (S) is leading in three constituencies - Nelamangala, Doddaballapura and Devanahalli. Hundreds of JD(S) party workers have gathered outside. Though none, including media personnel, have been allowed inside the centre, the mood is upbeat.

In Hosakote constituency, Sharath Bachegowda, son of former minister Bachegowda, is leading.

In the midst of the jubilant crowd, the Zilla Panchayat president from the JD(S) H. Appaianna tripped and fell, injuring himself. An ambulance was called to the spot and he was rushed to a nearby hospital.

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