Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Karnataka Assembly Elections 2008

Karnataka Assembly Elections 2008

There is lot of excitement among the political alleys of Karnataka because of these ensuing Assembly Elections, 2008. Besides the old parties like BJP, Congress and JD(S), there is also a new political party in the elections known by the name of Janapara Rajakeeya Ranga. The result of this election will be declared on May 25. There are 224 assembly constituencies in the state for voting this year. Following is the Schedule of Karnataka Elections

Schedule for General Election to the
Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2008

Phase Phase - 1 Phase - 2 Phase - 3

Issue of notification 16.04. 08 22.04. 08 26.04. 08

Last date for 23.04. 08 29.04. 08 03.05. 08
making nominations

Scrutiny of 24.04. 08 30.04. 08 05.05. 08

Last date for
withdrawal 26.04. 08 02.05. 08 07.05. 08
of candidature

Date of poll 10.05. 08 16.05. 08 22.05. 08

Counting of votes 25.05. 08 25.05. 08 25.05. 08

Date before which
election 28.05. 08 28.05. 08 28.05. 08
process shall

The word-deal between JD-S and BJP did not bring any beneficial result. Karnataka govt in the mid of Oct collapsed and there was declaration of Presidential rule. What next??? After 7 months of no action, various political parties are trying their hands in assembly elections again. Now the question is whether a single party is going to win or there will be a coalition government in Karnataka? Ofcourse everyone will like that the best party to win !!!

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