Karnataka: Counting of votes for three city corporations in under way

Reckoning of votes for civic body election 2021 for three city corporations in North Karnataka has commenced in Hubli on Monday, September 6,  for which the polls were held on September 3rd.

As per details derived from the Sources, it says that the results will be an indicator to the ruling Bharatiya Janata party especially for the Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai who has taken the mantle recently. Initial trends of counting reportedly suggested lead for the ruling BJP in Belagavi and Hubballi-Dharwad corporations while the Congress party was ahead in Kalburgi city corporation.

 According to State Election Commission officials, 300 candidates are in the contest in Kalaburagi for 55 seats. In Hubballi-Dharwad with 82 wards, 420 are contesting, and in Belagavi with 58 wards, 519 candidates are in the contesting.

At the time of writing this note,  counting for 42 wards has been completed wherein, BJP is leading with 26 seats, while Congress scored 13 seats and 3 seats for Independent. A total of 8,18,096 voters voted during corporation polls. The total polling percentage recorded in Hubballi-Dharwad was 53.81 percent, while for Belagavi, and Kalaburagi corporation polls, 50.41 and 49.40 percent were reported respectively.

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