Karnataka Assembly Election 2023: On 29 March 2023 i.e. Wednesday, the Election Commission of India released the schedule for Assembly Elections in the Karnataka State. As per this schedule, the assembly elections in the state will be held on 10 May 2023 and the counting for it will be conducted on 13 May 2023. In this election, the number of assembly seats that will be contested is 224. People will gather in 58,282 voting stations in the state to elect the candidates for the given seats. To cover all the topics associated with the Karnataka Assembly Election 2023, we are sharing this article today. Scroll down the entire article to know all the details about this election.
Karnataka Assembly Election 2023
The existing term of the Karnakata Assembly will end on 24 May 2023. As of now, the constituent assemblies in the state are dominated by the BJP with 119 MLAs in the state. Furthermore, other parties such as Congress and JD (S) have 75 and 28 MLAs respectively in the ongoing term of the assembly. So, it will be interesting to see how the dynamics in the state will change after the Karnataka Assembly Election 2023. More particulars concerning the election are discussed in detail in the rest of the article.
Karnataka Assembly Election 2023 polling has been conducted for 224 assembly seats. The voting will decide the fate of over 2615 candidates!
ಕರ್ನಾಟಕ ವಿಧಾನಸಭೆ ಚುನಾವಣೆ 2023: Overview
|The Subject of the Article||Karnataka Assembly Election 2023|
|Number of Assembly Seats in the State||224|
|Elections Organized By||Elections Commission of India|
|Reservation in the Seats||SC- 36 and ST-15|
|Major Participating Parties||BJP, Congress, Janta Dal (Secular) and others|
|Total Number of Polling Stations in the State||58,282|
|Number of Registered Voters||5.21 Crores|
|Current Ruling Party||Bharatiya Janata Party|
|ECI Official Website||https://eci.gov.in/|
eci.gov.in Karnataka State Assembly Election 2023 Schedule
The complete schedule of the eci.gov.in Karnataka State Assembly Election 2023 is given in the following table. As per the ECI, all the events in the election will be conducted in accordance with the dates prescribed by them.
|Name of the Event||Prescribed Date|
|Release date of the Gazette Notification||13 April 2023|
|Final date to make nomincations||20 April 2023|
|Nominations Scrutiny Date||21 April 2023|
|Final date for the withdrawal of Candidatures||24 April 2023|
|Polling date in the Election||10 May 2023|
|Final date to make nominations||13 May 2023|
|Date before which all Election Activities Should Complete||15 May 2023|
Voter Data Collection Controversy in Karnataka
A while back, the Indian National Congress imposed some allegations on Chilume Trust which is an NGO in Bengaluru for illegal collection of voter data in the state. The party went on to accuse BJP of the same and asked the current Chief Minister to resign from their post. Due to this controversy, the ECI has become even more cautious about the conduction of elections in the state this year.
Legislative Assembly Elections Karnataka Counting 2023
After the polling is completed on the given date, the process of counting will be held right after 3 days. The conducting commission will provide the details for the counting of the elections on its website. Furthermore, you can tune in to the news portals to know the outcome of the elections. Through our portal, we will also provide all the updates for Legislative Assembly Elections Karnataka Counting 2023 once the polling is concluded.
It is too early to predict a winner for the Karnataka Assembly Election 2023. However, the early speculations suggest that BJP has a very bright chance to regain its throne in the state. In the 2018 elections, the party registered a comfortable win in the state by winning 104 seats in the state. Furthermore, the BJP will also be banking on the popularity of PM Narendra Modi for winning seats in the state. Whereas, the Congress Party that also stands a chance to win the elections will majorly base its election campaign on their 40% commission charge against the state’s ruling party.
|Check Online||ECI Karnataka Assembly Election 2023 Notice|
|Find More Details On||ECI Official Portal|
|For the Latest Updates Check Out||Bihar NEWS Homepage|
What major political parties will contact the Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023?
The major parties that will contest the elections in the state are BJP, Congress and Janta Dal (Secular).
How many assembly seats are in the state?
There are a total of 224 assembly seats in the state for which elections are being held.
Will there be a reservation in the assembly seats in the election?
Yes, 36 and 15 seats will be reserved for SC and ST categories respectively in Karnataka Assembly Election 2023.