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karnataka election


JD(S) Set To Sweep Mandya

The BJP is leading in 113 out of 222 seats


jds-set-to-sweep-mandya

JD(S) candidates are leading in all seven Assembly constituencies in Mandya.

According to the latest trends, Mandya MP C.S Puttaraju has secured 16,369 votes at 11 a.m. His nearest rival Darshan Puttannaiah of Swaraj India had secured 9,786 votes.

JD(S) candidate K.C. Narayana Gowda has secured 14,218 in K.R Pet. Congress candidate K.B. Chandrashekar has secured 10,745 votes so far.

D.C. Thammanna is leading with 17,097 in Maddur, K. Suresh Gowda has secured 30,848 votes in Nagamangala.

M. Srinivas got 37,394 in Mandya, Ravindra Srikantaiah has secured 20,657 in Srirangapatna and in Malavalli, K. Annadani of JD-S has secured 15,950 votes.

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