Shorapur Mla Bibliography


Sitting and previous MLAs from Shorapur Assembly Constituency

Below is the list of winners and runners-up in the Shorapur assembly elections conducted so far.

YearA C No.Constituency NameCategoryWinnerGenderPartyVotesRunner UpGenderPartyVotes
201336Shorapur(ST)Raja Venkatappa NaikMINC65033Narasimhanayak (Rajugouda)MJD(S)60958
200836Shorapur(ST)Narasimha Nayak(Raju Gouda)MBJP60542Raja Venkatappa NaikMINC55961
200419ShorapurGENNarashima Nayak (Raja Gouda) MKNDP43608Raja Venkatappa NaikMINC40733
199919ShorapurGENRaja Venkatappa Naik MINC45351Shivanna MangihalMIND24901
199419ShorapurGENRaja Venkatappa Naik Raja Kumar Naik MKCP34078Diwan Shivanna MangihalMJD28419
198919ShorapurGENRaja Madan Gopal Nayak MINC30545Shivanna MangyalMJNP(JP)18156
198519ShorapurGENMadan Gopal Naik MINC22411Shivanna MangihalMJNP21238
198319ShorapurGENMadan Gopal Naik MINC26062Raja Pidda NaikMJNP11177
197819ShorapurGENRaja Kumar Naik MINC(I)23201Raja Pid NaikMJNP16461
197219ShorapurGENRaja Pid NaikMIND16541Abbas AliMINC8648
196719ShorapurGENR. P. N. R. K. NaikMINC20117A. WahedMIND4505
196219ShorapurGENVenkanagouda Hanumantagouda PatilMSWA18841Dharmrao SharnappaMINC7830
195767ShorapurGENKumar Naik Venkatappa NaikMINC15561Mahant SwamiMIND10650


Last Updated on April 28, 2014



The Fourteenth legislative assembly election was held on 5 May 2013 to elect members from 223 constituencies in the Indian state of Karnataka. Five major political parties contested the election: Indian National Congress (INC), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Janata Dal (Secular) (JD(S)), B. S. Yeddyurappa's Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP) and B. Sriramulu's Badavara Shramikara Raitara Congress Party (BSRCP). Though Karnataka has 224 assembly constituencies, elections were held only for 223 seats. The election for the Piriyapatna constituency was postponed to 28 May 2013 due to the death of the BJP candidate for the seat.[1] The voter turnout in the state was 70.23%.[2]

The INC under the leadership of the erstwhile Janata Parivar leader Siddaramaiah won the election with an absolute majority of 122 seats (including the Piriyapatna seat), 9 more than the majority mark of 113.[1][3] As a result, the INC returned to power on its own after nine years with Siddaramaiah becoming the Chief Minister.[4][5]

Background[edit]

In 2008, the BJP under the leadership of B. S. Yeddyurappa, a powerful Lingayat leader, won 110 seats, emerging as the single largest party.[6] As the party did not have a majority of its own, having not won 113+ seats, it had to form a government with the support of a few independentMLA's.[7] The BJP thus came to power for the first time ever in South India with Yeddyurappa becoming the Chief Minister of Karnataka.

However, the five years in which BJP was in power in Karnataka was not smooth and was mired in many controversies. A few months after coming to power, the BJP launched Operation Kamala which encouraged Congress and JD(S) MLA's to defect to the BJP to boost its strength in the assembly. Yeddyurappa had to face many revolts over his style of functioning from the Reddy brothers (Karunakara, Somashekara and Janardhana) and B. Sriramulu, a faction led by Balachandra Jarkiholi and the old BJP loyalists led by Ananth Kumar.[8] Janardhana Reddy was arrested in the Bellary illegal mining scam in 2011.[9] Some BJP leaders like Katta Subramanya Naidu, Ess Enn Krishnaiah Setty and Yeddyurappa were imprisoned for some time for their role in individual land scams. Yeddyurappa and Kumaraswamy of JD(S) were accused of encouraging illegal mining, though we're cleared later by the High Court of Karnataka.[10][11]

In its five years of rule, the BJP had three Chief Ministers. Yeddyurappa was forced to resign as Chief Minister in July 2011 due to his alleged involvement in a land scam.[12] He was replaced by his handpicked successor and loyalist D. V. Sadananda Gowda, who faced a challenge from Jagadish Shettar, the Chief Minister choice for Yeddyurappa's opponents in the BJP.[13] However, Gowda soon fell out with Yeddyurappa and the latter began to revolt against him, threatening to quit the BJP if Gowda was not removed.[14] The BJP High Command replaced Gowda with Shettar, only 11 months after he became Chief Minister.[15] Shettar was another Lingayat BJP leader whom Yeddyurappa opposed becoming his successor just less than a year ago as they were from the same caste.[15]

In local body elections, the Congress and the JD(S) won more seats while the BJP was pushed to third.[16] In the by-election to the Udupi ChimagalurLok Sabha seat held in March 2012, the Congress won.[17]

Yeddyurappa quit the BJP in November 2012 and formed his own party, the Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP).[18] Previously, Sriramulu had quit the BJP in 2011 to form the Badagara Shramika Raitala Congress (BSR Congress) after Janardhana Reddy was imprisoned.[19] These splits weakened the BJP.

Election[edit]

The election was held in a single phase on 5 May 2013 for 223 out of total 224 seats. A voter turnout of 70.23% was recorded.[20] 50,446 polling stations were set up for the 4.18 crore voters in Karnataka. Election in the constituency of Periyapatna had been adjourned due to the death of the BJP candidate, Sannamogegowda, a day before polls.[21]

Result[edit]

Votes were counted on 8 May.[21] Following the defeat, Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar submitted his resignation on 8 May.[22] Governor H. R. Bharadwaj later appointed INC legislative leader Siddaramaiah as the next chief minister.[23]

Parties and coalitionsPopular voteSeats
Votes%±ppContestedWon+/− %
Indian National Congress (INC)1,14,73,02536.6 1.8223122 4354.46
Janata Dal (Secular) (JD(S))63,29,15820.2 1.122240 1217.86
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)62,36,22719.9 13.922240 7217.86
Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP)30,69,2079.8 9.82046 62.68
Independents (IND)23,13,3867.4 0.512179 34.02
Badagara Shramika Raitala Congress (BSRCP)8,44,5882.72.71764 41.79
Samajwadi Party (SP)1,05,9480.3 0.6271 10.45
Karnataka Makkala Paksha (KMP)55,8670.2 0.271 10.44
Sarvodaya Karnataka Paksha (SKP)1,09,0390.4 0.161 10.44
Other parties and candidates8,16,0092.664400.0
Total3,13,52,454100.002948224±0100.0
Valid votes3,13,52,45499.91
Invalid votes28,6820.09
Votes cast / turnout3,13,81,13671.83
Abstentions1,23,04,60328.17
Registered voters4,36,85,739
Source: Election Commission of India[24]

List of winning candidates[edit]

The election results for each constituency are as follows.[25]

#ConstituencyWinning candidatePolitical partyVotes securedMarginRunner upIncumbent MLA
1NippaniShashikala Annasaheb JolleBharatiya Janata Party81,86018,662Kakaso Pandurang Patil (INC)
2Chikkodi SadalagaPrakash Babanna HukkeriIndian National Congress1,02,23776,588Basavanni Rudrappa Sangappagol (BJP)
3AthaniLaxman SavadiBharatiya Janata Party74,29924,879Mahesh Iranagouda Kumathalli (INC)
4KagwadBharamgoud Alagoud KageBharatiya Janata Party41,7842,887Shrimant Balasaheb Patil (JD(S))
5KudachiP. RajeevBSR Congress71,05746,234Ghatage Shama Bhima (INC)
6RaybagDuryodhan Mahalingappa AiholeBharatiya Janata Party37,535829Pradeep Ramu Malagi (IND)
7HukkeriUmesh KattiBharatiya Janata Party81,81057,326Ravi Basavaraj Karale (INC)
8ArabhaviBalachandra Laxmanrao JarkiholiBharatiya Janata Party99,28375, 221Utagi Ramappa Kareppa (INC)
9GokakRamesh JarkiholiIndian National Congress79, 17528,005Ashok Ningayyaswami Pujari (JD(S))
10YemakanmardiSatish JarkiholiIndian National Congress70,72624,350Astagi Maruti Mallappa (BJP)
11Belgaum North/UttaraFairoz Nuruddin SaithIndian National Congress45,12518,210Renu Suhas Killekar (MES)
12Belgaum South/DakshinaSambhaji Lakshman PatilMaharashtra Ekikaran Samiti54,4266,310Abhay Patil (BJP)
13Belgaum RuralSanjay B PatilBharatiya Janata Party38,3221,335Kinekar Manohar Kallappa (MES)
14KhanapurArvind Chandrakant PatilMaharashtra Ekikaran Samiti37,05516,152Rafique Khatalsab Khanapuri (INC)
15KitturInamadar Danappagouda BasanagoudaIndian National Congress53,92418,290Suresh Shivarudrappa Marihal (BJP)
16BailhongalVishwanath I. PatilKarnataka Janata Paksha40,7093,621Jagadish (BJP)
17Saundatti YellammaAnand alias Vishwanath C MamaniBharatiya Janata Party4643416,042Ravindra bhupalappa Yaligar (INC)
18RamdurgA. M. PattanIndian National Congress42,3104,984Mahadevappa Shivalingappa Yadawad (BJP)
19MudholGovind KarjolBharatiya Janata Party64.7275,178Timmapur Ramappa Balappa (INC)
20TerdalUmashreeIndian National Congress70,1892,599Siddu Savadi (BJP)
21JamkhandhiSiddu B NyamagoudaIndian National Congress49,14521,152Jagadish Gundagunti (IND)
22BilagiJ. T. PatilIndian National Congress66,65511,238Muragadesh Rudrappa Nirani (BJP)
23BadamiChimmanakatti Balappa BhimappaIndian National Congress57,44615,113Mahantesh Gurpadappa Mamadappur (JDS)
24BagalkotMeti Hullappa YamanappaIndian National Congress68,2162,900Charantimath Veeranna Chandrashearayya (BJP)
25HungundV. S. KashappanavarIndian National Congress72,72015,797Doddagouda G Patil (BJP)
26MuddebihalAppaji Urf C. S. NadagoudIndian National Congress34,74712,202Vimalabhai Jagdevrao Deshmukh (BJP)
27Devara HipparagiAminappagouda PatilIndian National Congress36,2318,096Somannagouda B. Patil (BJP)
28Basavana BagewadiShivanand PatilIndian National Congress56,32919,676Bellubi Sangappa Kallapa (BJP)
29BabaleshwarM. B. PatilIndian National Congress62,0614,355Patil Vijugouda (JDS)
30Bijapur CityMakbul S. BagawanIndian National Congress48,6159,380Basanagouda R Patil (JDS)
31NagathanRaju AlagurIndian National Congress45,570667Devanand Phulsing Chavan (JDS)
32IndiYashavantarayagouda PatilIndian National Congress58,56233,302Ravikanth Sankappa Patil (KJP)
33SindgiBhusanur Ramesh BalappaBharatiya Janata Party37,8341,188Managulli Marappa Channaverappa (JDS)
34AfzalpurMalikayya Venkayya GuttedarIndian National Congress38,0935,238M. Y. Patil (KJP)
35JevargiAjay SinghIndian National Congress67,03836,700Dodappa Gouda patil (BJP)
36ShorapurRaja Venkatappa NayakIndian National Congress65,0334,075Narasimha Nayak (JDS)
37ShahpurGuru Patil ShiravalKarnataka Janata Paksha5,796SHARANABASAPPAGOUDA DARSHANPUR (INC)
38YadgirDr. MaalakareddyIndian National Congress9,104VEER BASWANT REDDY (KJP)
39GurmitkalBaburao ChinchanasoorIndian National Congress1,650
40ChittapurPriyank KhargeIndian National Congress31,191
41SedamDr. Sharanprakash PatilIndian National Congress11,895
42ChincholiDr Umesh G. JadavIndian National Congress26,060
43Gulbarga RuralG. RamkrishnaIndian National Congress7,218
44Gulbarga SouthDattatraya C. Patil Revoor (Appu Gouda)Bharatiya Janata Party9,970
45Gulbarga NorthQamar ul IslamIndian National Congress20,121
46AlandBhojaraj RamchandraKarnataka Janata Paksha17,114
47BasavakalyanMallikarjun Sidramappa KhubaJanata Dal (Secular)15,893
48HumnabadRajashekhar Basavaraj PatilIndian National Congress24,500
49Bidar SouthAshok KhenyKarnataka Makkala Paksha47,76315,788Bandeppa Khashempur
50BidarGurupadappa NagamarpalliKarnataka Janata Paksha2,571
51BhalkiEshwara KhandreIndian National Congress9,669D.K. Sidram
52AuradPrabhu B. ChavanBharatiya Janata Party23,191
53Raichur RuralThipparajuBharatiya Janata Party3,270
54RaichurDr S. Shivaraj PatilJanata Dal (Secular)7,871
55ManviG. Hampayya Sahukar BallatagiIndian National Congress6,987
56DevadurgaA. Venkatesh NaikIndian National Congress3,700
57LingasugurManappa D. VajjalJanata Dal (Secular)1,286
58SindhanurBadarli HampanagoudaIndian National Congress13,016
59MaskiPratapgowda PatilIndian National Congress19,147
60KushtagiDoddanagouda Hanamagouda PatilBharatiya Janata Party3,037
61KanakagiriShivaraj Sangappa TangadagiIndian National Congress5,052
62GangavathiIqbal AnsariJanata Dal (Secular)29,789
63YelburgaBasavaraj RayareddyIndian National Congress16,900
64KoppalK. Raghavendra Basavaraj HitnalIndian National Congress26,788
65ShirahattiDoddamani R. ShidlingappaIndian National Congress315
66GadagH. K. PatilIndian National Congress33,727
67RonG. S. PatilIndian National Congress18,227
68NargundB. R. YavagalIndian National Congress8,585
69NavalgundN. H. KonaraddiJanata Dal (Secular)2,669
70KundgolChannabasappa Satyappa ShivalliIndian National Congress21,072
71DharwadVinay KulkarniIndian National Congress53,45317,975Amrut Ayyappa Desai
72Hubli-Dharwad (East)Abbayya PrasadIndian National Congress13,154
73Hubli-Dharwad (Central)Jagadish ShettarBharatiya Janata Party58,20117,480Dr. Mahesh Nalwad
74Hubli-Dharwad (West)Arvind BelladBharatiya Janata Party13,154
75KalaghatagiSantosh LadIndian National Congress45,661
76HaliyalR. V. DeshpandeIndian National Congress5,939
77KarwarSanteesh Sail KrishnaIndependent35,880
78KumtaSharada Mohan ShettyIndian National Congress420
79BhatkalMankala Subba VaidyaIndependent27435
80SirsiVishweshwar Hegde KageriBharatiya Janata Party3,059
81YellapurA. H. ShivaramIndian National Congress24,492
82HangalManohar H. TahasildarIndian National Congress66,3245,686C M UdasiC M Udasi
83ShiggoanBasavaraj BommaiBharatiya Janata Party9,503
84HaveriRudrappa Manappa LamaniIndian National Congress30,208
85ByadagiBasavaraj Neelappa ShivannanavarIndian National Congress13,359
86HirekerurU. B. BanakarKarnataka Janata Paksha2,616
87RanebennurK. B. KoliwadIndian National Congress53,7806,788R. ShankarG. Shivanna
88HadagaliP. T. ParameshwaranaikIndian National Congress40,810
89HagaribommanahalliL. B. P. BheemanaikJanata Dal (Secular)125
90VijayanagaraAnand SinghBharatiya Janata Party30,637
91KampliT. H. Suresh BabuBSR Congress34,396
92SiruguppaB. M. NagarajaIndian National Congress65,490
93BellaryB. SreeramuluBSR Congress33,294
94Bellary CityAnil LadIndian National Congress18,200
95SandurE. TukaramIndian National Congress34,631
96KudligiB. NagendraIndependent24,803
97MolkalmurS. ThippeswamyBSR Congress7,169
98ChallakereT. RaghumurthyIndian National Congress23,123
99ChitradurgaG. H. ThippareddyBharatiya Janata Party26,718
100HiriyurD. SudhakarIndian National Congress1,205
101HosadurgaB G GovindappaIndian National Congress20,017Gulihatti D. Shekar
102HolalkereH. AnjaneyaIndian National Congress12,864
103JagalurH. P. RajeshIndian National Congress36,890
104HarapanahalliM. P. RavindraIndian National Congress8,406
105HariharaH. S. ShivashankarJanata Dal (Secular)19,053
106Davanagere NorthS. S. MallikarjunIndian National Congress57,280
107Davangere SouthS. ShivashankarappaIndian National Congress40,158
108MayakondaK. ShivamurthyIndian National Congress694
109ChannagiriVadnal RajannaIndian National Congress1,773
110HonnaliD. G. Shantana GowdaIndian National Congress18,830
111Shimoga RuralSharada PooryanaikJanata Dal (Secular)10,109
112BhadravathiAppaji Gowda. M.JJanata Dal (Secular)44,099
113ShimogaK. B. Prasanna KumarIndian National Congress278
114ThirthahalliKimmane RatnakarIndian National Congress1,343
115ShikaripuraB. S. YeddyurappaKarnataka Janata Paksha69,12615,000H. S. Shanthaveerappagowda
116SorabS. Madhu BangarappaJanata Dal (Secular)21,225
117SagarKagodu ThimmappaIndian National Congress71,96041,248B. R. Jayanth
118BaindurK. Gopala PoojaryIndian National Congress28,277
119KundapurHalady Srinivas ShettyIndependent40,621
120UdupiPramod MadhwarajIndian National Congress39,524
121KaupVinay Kumar SorakeIndian National Congress1,855
122KarkalaV. Sunil KumarBharatiya Janata Party58,4024,254Gopal Bandary(INC)
123SringeriD. N. JeevarajBharatiya Janata Party3,452
124MudigereB. B. NingaiahJanata Dal (Secular)635
125ChikkamagalurC. T. RaviBharatiya Janata Party10,988
126TarikereG. H. SrinivasaIndian National Congress899
127KadurY. S. V DattaJanata Dal (Secular)43,000
128ChikkanayakanahalliC. B. SureshbabuJanata Dal (Secular)11,139
129TipturK. ShadakshariIndian National Congress11,602
130TuruvekereM. T. KrishnappaJanata Dal (Secular)8,925
131KunigalD. NagarajaiahJanata Dal (Secular)3,037
132Tumkur CityS. Rafeeq AhmedIndian National Congress3,608
133Tumkur RuralB. Suresh GowdaBharatiya Janata Party1,572
134KoratagereP. R. Sudhakara LalJanata Dal (Secular)18,155
135GubbiS R Shrinivas (Vasu)Janata Dal (Secular)7,244
136SiraT.B.JayachandraIndian National Congress7408914,681B.Sathyanarayana (JDS)T.B. Jayachandra (INC)
137PavagadaK. M. ThimmarayappaJanata Dal (Secular)4,863
138MadhugiriK. N. RajannaIndian National Congress75,08614,427M. V. Veerabhadraiah
139GauribidanurN. H. Shivashankara ReddyIndian National Congress49,831
140BagepalliS. N. SubbareddyIndependent30,755
141ChikkaballapurDr K. SudhakarIndian National Congress74,914
142SidlaghattaM. RajannaJanata Dal (Secular)15,479
143ChintamaniJ. K. KrishnareddyJanata Dal (Secular)1,773
144SrinivasapurK. R. RameshkumarIndian National Congress83,4263,893G. K. Venkatashivareddy
145MulbagalG. ManjunathaIndependent33,734
146Kolar Gold FieldY. RamakkaBharatiya Janata Party26,022
147BangarpetS. N. NarayanaswamyIndian National Congress28,567
148KolarR. Varthur PrakashIndependent12,591
149MalurK. S. Manjunath GowdaJanata Dal (Secular)57,64518,769Krisshnaiah Setty Es. En. Maluru
150YelahankaS. R. VishwanathBharatiya Janata Party7550718,300Gopalakrishna MN (INC)
151KrishnarajapuramB. A. BasavarajaIndian National Congress10629924001N. S. Nandiesha Reddy
152ByatarayanapuraKrishna Byre GowdaIndian National Congress32,000Krishna Byre Gowda
153YeshwanthpurS. T. SomashekharIndian National Congress120380
154Rajarajeshwari NagarMunirathnaIndian National Congress18,813
155DasarahalliS. MunirajuBharatiya Janata PartyS. Muniraju
156Mahalakshmi LayoutK. GopalaiahJanata Dal (Secular)66,12715,370N. L. Narendrababu
157MalleshwaramDr. C.N. Ashwath NarayanBharatiya Janata Party57,60921,066B. K. Shivaram
158HebbalY A NarayanaswamyBharatiya Janata Party603675,136C K Abdul Rehaman Sharieff Indian National Congress
159PulakeshinagarR. Akhanda Srinivasa MurthyJanata Dal (Secular)10,100
160SarvagnanagarKelachandra Joseph GeorgeIndian National Congress69,67346819Padmanabha Reddy
161CV Raman NagarS. RaghuBharatiya Janata Party8,419
162ShivajinagarR. Roshan BaigIndian National Congress49,64920,855Nirmal Surana
163Shanthi NagarN. A. HarisIndian National Congress54,34219,000K. Vasudeva Murthy
164GandhinagarDinesh GunduraoIndian National Congress22,607
165RajajinagarS. Suresh KumarBharatiya Janata Party39,29114,767R. Manjula Naidu (INC)
166GovindrajnagarPriya KrishnaIndian National Congress42,460H. Ravindra
167VijayanagarM. KrishnappaIndian National Congress76,89132,462V. Somanna (BJP)
168ChamarajpetB. Z. Zameer Ahmed KhanJanata Dal (Secular)30,162
169ChickpetR. V. DevrajIndian National Congress12,000
170BasavanagudiL. A. Ravi SubramanyaBharatiya Janata Party19,720
171PadmanabhanagarR. AshokBharatiya Janata Party20,123l.s.chethan gowda
172BTM LayoutRamalingareddyIndian National Congress49,048
173JayanagarBN Vijaya KumarBharatiya Janata Party12,600
174MahadevpuraAravind LimbavaliBharatiya Janata Party1,10,2446,149A C SrinivasAravind Limbavali
175BommanahalliSathish Reddy MBharatiya Janata Party86,55225,852Nagabhushana C
176Bangalore SouthM KrishnappaBharatiya Janata Party102,20716,825R. Prabhakara Reddy
177AnekalB ShivannaIndian National Congress105,46440,182A. Narayanaswamy
178HoskoteM. T. B. NagarajIndian National Congress85,2387,139B. N. Bachegowda
179DevanahalliPilla MunishamappaJanata Dal (Secular)70,3231,942Venkataswamy
180DoddaballapurT. VenkataramanaiahIndian National Congress38,8771,447B. Munegowda
181NelamangalaK. SrinivasamurthyJanata Dal (Secular)60,49215,103Anjanamurthy
182MagadiH. C. BalakrishnaJanata Dal (Secular)74,82114,359A. Manjunath
183RamanagaramH. D. KumaraswamyJanata Dal (Secular)25,398
184KanakapuraD. K ShivakumarIndian National Congress31,426
185ChannapatnaC. P. YogeshwaraSamajwadi Party6,464
186MalavalliP. M. NarendraswamyIndian National Congress61,869538Dr. K. Annadani
187MaddurD. C. ThamannaJanata Dal (Secular)80,92631,958Madhu G. Madegowda
188MelukoteK. S. PuttannaiahSarvodaya Karnataka Paksha

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