RR Nagar Assembly election result 2018: Congress’ Muniratna wins; check details here

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New Delhi | Updated: May 31, 2018 6:17:30 pm

RR Nagar Assembly election result 2018: The result of Rajarajeshwari Nagar Assembly constituency election has been announced.

RR Nagar Assembly election result 2018: The by election voting was held on May 28.

RR Nagar Assembly election result 2018: The result of Rajarajeshwari Nagar Assembly constituency election has been announced. The Congress has defeated the BJP candidate by a comfortable margin. The elections in the constituency were held on May 28. RR Nagar had witnessed around 53 per cent voting on May 28 in all 471 polling stations. Earlier, the constituency was scheduled to go to polls on May 12 with 222 other constituencies of Karnataka. But the elections in Rajarajeshwari Nagar were deferred after 9,746 fake electoral photo identity cards (EPIC) were found in a flat in Jalahalli on May 9. A total of 14 candidates are in the fray in the the constituency. These include Munirathna from Congress, BJP’s Muniraju Gowda, Janata Dal (Secular) candidate G. H. Ramachandra and 11 other candidates.

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12:58 (IST)31 May 2018
Congress wins RR Nagar

Congress candidate Muniratna has won by 41162 votes from Rajarajeshwari Nagar assembly constituency.  The Congress has taken its tally to 79 in the state.

12:13 (IST)31 May 2018
Dinesh Gundu Rao, Congress, speaks on trends

'We won the RR Nagar seat with huge margin, the people of Bengaluru have blessed us,' Rao says. The Congress looks set to win RR Nagar.

11:50 (IST)31 May 2018
Priyanaka Chaturvedi, Congress spokesperson

Glad that RR Nagar constituents have given BJP a befitting reply for their lies and midnight drama. BJP, you may have succeeded in countermanding the election but failed to win the trust of the people.

11:37 (IST)31 May 2018
Latest Count

In Bengaluru's, RR Nagar constituency, after the 6th Round of counting, Congress is leading by a massive 31427 votes.

Cong: 52285

BJP: 20858

JDS: 10123
10:55 (IST)31 May 2018
BJP candidate concedes defeat

The Bharatiya Janata Party candidate from RR Nagar Muniraju Gowda has conecded defeat against Congress' Munirathna. This comes as a major loss for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) which is also behind in Kairana.

10:41 (IST)31 May 2018
Congress heading to big win

Congress candidate Muniratna leading by around 32000 votes from Rajarajeshwari Nagar assembly constituency after sixth round of counting.

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10:19 (IST)31 May 2018
Good news for Congress

Congress candidate Munirathna is leading in the Rajarajeshwarinagar Assembly seat in Karnataka by more than 8,000 votes against BJP’s Muniraju Gowda.

10:18 (IST)31 May 2018

RR Nagar witnessed around 53 per cent voting on May 28 in all 471 polling stations.

10:18 (IST)31 May 2018

The elections in the constituency were held on May 28.

10:18 (IST)31 May 2018

The result of Rajarajeshwari Nagar Assembly constituency election will be declared today.

10:07 (IST)31 May 2018
Good news for Congress

Congress candidate Muniratna leading by over 18000 from Rajarajeshwari Nagar assembly constituency after fourth round of counting

09:37 (IST)31 May 2018
Big Update from RR Nagar bypoll

Congress candidate Munirathna is leading in the Rajarajeshwarinagar Assembly seat in #Karnataka by more than 8,000 votes against BJP’s Muniraju Gowda.

09:24 (IST)31 May 2018
Big Update

Karnataka: Congress candidate Muniratna leading by 8,680 votes on Rajarajeshwari Nagar assembly constituency seat

09:12 (IST)31 May 2018
BJP trails in first round

BJP candidate Muniraju Gowda has 5220 votes. The Congress is leading. JD(S) is at third spot.

08:59 (IST)31 May 2018
First Round

Congress candidate Muniratne lead in the first round

08:42 (IST)31 May 2018
Congress leads in RR Nagar

Congress candidate is leading in RR Nagar constituency

08:32 (IST)31 May 2018
Counting for votes begins

Counting of votes have begun in RR Nagar. The constituency had witnessed around 53 per cent voting on May 28 in all 471 polling stations. Polling here was deferred after 9,746 fake electoral photo identity cards (EPIC) were found in a flat in Jalahalli on May 9.

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