The legislation aims to protect people from evil practices done in the name of superstitious beliefs.
Candidates have not taken a chance and are on campaigning regardless the decision party leaders might take after the swearing-in of HD Kumaraswamy as chief minister.
Though the code of conduct period ends on May 18, it will be back in force again, thanks to the MLC polls that will be held next month.
There has been speculation over the JD(S) withdrawing support to the Congress in the Bengaluru city council, but the Congress has brushed off such possibilities.
In fact, an official who was part of the election team said voter’s slips and voter’s guides were not delivered to his home too until he asked his staff to fix delivery issues.
WhileJDS’ K Gopalaiah has been elected again, R Manjunatha has emerged as a dark horse by defeating BJP’s sitting MLA S Muniraju in Dasarahalli.
While many candidates switched off their mobiles, caught up on sleep and took a complete day off, for some it was a day to reflect upon their campaign strategies.
Karnataka’s Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Sanjiv Kumar, on Thursday, maintained that he has sent a report to the ECI and act according to the Commission’s directions.
The Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Karnataka, Sanjiv Kumar, on Wednesday, clarified that they have not found proof against any individual of stocking up the voter IDs.
Many people in Mandya believe that Ambareesh would have easily won this election had he contested.
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