Lingsugur Assembly Constituency Election Result

Live - 2018 Lingsugur Assembly Constituency
Last Update: July 31, 2018
Result Declared
Sr NoPartyCandidateTotal Vote
1Indian National CongressD. S. Hoolageri54230
2Janata Dal (secular)Bandi.siddu49284
3Bharatiya Janata PartyManappa D Vajjal47385
4Communist Party Of India (marxist-leninist) Red StarR Manasayya2334
5None Of The AboveNone Of The Above2074
6IndependentA Balaswamy Kodli2056
7Indian New Congress PartyHanumanta Karekallu1627
8IndependentSomalinga Dubari1359
9IndependentShivaputra Chaluvadi1301
10IndependentShrinivas Bhovi1221
11IndependentNagaraj Moti657
12All India Mahila Empowerment PartyHonnappa621
  • Lingsugur is a legislative assembly constituency in Karnataka. Election results of Lingsugur assembly constituency seat is given below in a table that also lists all MLAs from this seat. Click election year in the table, for more detailed result.

List of all MLA from Lingsugur Assembly Constituency Seat
(Karnataka)
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YearCandidatePartyTotal Vote
2013Manappa D VajjalJD(S)31737
2008Manappa VajjalBJP51017
2004Amaregowda Patil BayyapurJD(S)49211
1999Amaregouda Bayyapur LinganagoudaJD(U)31684
1994Amaregouda Linganagouda PatilJD32487
1989Raja Amareshwar NaikINC28450
1985Rana Amarappa NaikJNP32207
1983A Basavaraj Patil AnwariINC31034
1978Baswaraj Appagouda Timmangouda AnwariINC(I)28510
1972Chandrasekar N PatilINC22223


2013 Legislative Assembly Constituency Election
S NCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Manappa D Vajjal
Male
52 yr
SC
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
31737
24.49%
2D S Hoolageri
Male
47 yr
SC
INC
Indian National Congress
30451
23.5%
3Siddu Y Bandi
Male
35 yr
SC
BSRCP
Badavara Shramikara Raitara Congress Party
25005
19.3%
4H B Murari
Male
51 yr
SC
KJP
Karnataka Jantha Paksha
18347
14.16%
5T R Naik
Male
64 yr
SC
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
13545
10.45%
6Dr Ranganath
Male
36 yr
SC
IND
Independent
2737
2.11%
7Comrade Chinnappa Kotriki
Male
42 yr
SC
CPIM
Communist Party Of India (marxist-leninist) Red Star
1232
0.95%
8Yashodhar Bhajantri
Male
41 yr
SC
IND
Independent
1171
0.9%
9Nandappa P Bombaykar
Male
38 yr
SC
IND
Independent
1101
0.85%
10Shekharappa Shivangi
Male
65 yr
SC
JD(U)
Janata Dal (united)
969
0.75%
11Subhas Y Chawan
Male
26 yr
SC
KRRS
Karnataka Rajya Ryota Sangha
940
0.73%
12Balarama
Male
64 yr
SC
IND
Independent
868
0.67%
13Pampapathi Gudadur
Male
42 yr
SC
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
757
0.58%
14Danamma Shivashankarappa
Female
51 yr
SC
IND
Independent
720
0.56%
Total

129580
65.49%
  • In 2013, Lingsugur legislative assembly constituency had total 197870 electors. Total number of valid vote was 129580. Janata Dal (secular) candidate Manappa D Vajjal won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 31737 votes. Indian National Congress candidate D S Hoolageri stood second with total 30451 votes. He lost by 1286 votes.


2008 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Manappa Vajjal
Male
47 yr
SC
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
51017
53.29%
2A Vasanthkumar
Male
45 yr
SC
INC
Indian National Congress
31837
33.25%
3T L Nayak
Male
59 yr
SC
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
4532
4.73%
4Comrad Shekharayya
Male
45 yr
SC
IND
Independent
2457
2.57%
5M Swamy Durai
Male
32 yr
SC
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
1393
1.45%
6Rajanikant Gurupadappa Lingasugur
Male
26 yr
SC
IND
Independent
1331
1.39%
7K Babu
Male
45 yr
SC
IND
Independent
772
0.81%
8N Padmavardhan
Male
48 yr
SC
SP
Samajwadi Party
724
0.76%
9Rangappa Lakshmayya Ganjalli
Male
37 yr
SC
LJP
Lok Jan Shakti Party
680
0.71%
10Bhimappa Mariyappa Hutti
Male
37 yr
SC
ANC
Ambedkar National Congress
587
0.61%
11Balappa Tippanna Shakapur
Male
43 yr
SC
JD(U)
Janata Dal (united)
410
0.43%
Total

95740
53.65%
  • In 2008, Lingsugur legislative assembly constituency had total 178453 electors. Total number of valid vote was 95740. Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Manappa Vajjal won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 51017 votes. Indian National Congress candidate A Vasanthkumar stood second with total 31837 votes. He lost by 19180 votes.


2004 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Amaregowda Patil Bayyapur
Male
49 yr
GEN
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
49211
2Anwari Basavaraj Patil
Male
61 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
45692
3Sharanamma Kamaraddi
Female
48 yr
GEN
JD(U)
Janata Dal (united)
3031
4Shankarappa Kabber
Male
48 yr
GEN
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
3028
5Comrade Chinappa Kotriki
Male
32 yr
SC
IND
Independent
2284
6Mehaboob Ali K
Male
49 yr
GEN
KNDP
Kannada Nadu Party
1589
Total

104835
  • In 2004, Lingsugur legislative assembly constituency had total electors. Total number of valid vote was 104835. Janata Dal (secular) candidate Amaregowda Patil Bayyapur won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 49211 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Anwari Basavaraj Patil stood second with total 45692 votes. He lost by 3519 votes.


1999 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Amaregouda Bayyapur Linganagouda
Male
JD(U)
Janata Dal (united)
31684
35.95%
2Basawaraj Patil Anwari
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
28626
32.48%
3Raja Amarappa Naik
Male
IND
Independent
15731
17.85%
4Hanumanthappa Yamanappa Togari
Male
JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
10661
12.1%
5Shekarayya Husenappa
Male
IND
Independent
1423
1.61%
Total

88125
63.15%
  • In 1999, Lingsugur legislative assembly constituency had total 147671 electors. Total number of valid vote was 88125. Janata Dal (united) candidate Amaregouda Bayyapur Linganagouda won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 31684 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Basawaraj Patil Anwari stood second with total 28626 votes. He lost by 3058 votes.


1994 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Amaregouda Linganagouda Patil
Male
JD
Janata Dal
32487
42.67%
2Raja Amareshwar Naik
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
19799
26.01%
3Amrappa Naik
Male
IND
Independent
13690
17.98%
4Shankargouda Patil Amaravati
Male
KCP
Karnataka Congress Party
5146
6.76%
5M Laxmikant Reddy Devendrappa Mannur
Male
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
2505
3.29%
6Siddalingezshwar Patil
Male
KRRS
Karnataka Rajya Ryota Sangha
1662
2.18%
7David Prem Kumar
Male
IND
Independent
505
0.66%
8Balabneem Rao
Male
KCVP
Kannada Chalavali Vatal Paksha
338
0.44%
Total

76132
60.32%
  • In 1994, Lingsugur legislative assembly constituency had total 131094 electors. Total number of valid vote was 76132. Janata Dal candidate Amaregouda Linganagouda Patil won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 32487 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Raja Amareshwar Naik stood second with total 19799 votes. He lost by 12688 votes.


1989 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Raja Amareshwar Naik
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
28450
45.11%
2M A Patil
Male
JD
Janata Dal
25051
39.72%
3N Padma Vardhan
Male
JNP(JP)
Janata Party (jp)
4321
6.85%
4Siddalingeshwar Gouda
Male
KRS
Karnataka Rajya Ryota Sangha
2981
4.73%
5Veerabhadrappa
Male
IND
Independents
714
1.13%
6Omerbin Ahmed
Male
IND
Independents
680
1.08%
7M Ganganna
Male
IND
Independents
584
0.93%
8Shivarudrappa
Male
IND
Independents
293
0.46%
Total

63074
57.09%
  • In 1989, Lingsugur legislative assembly constituency had total 118585 electors. Total number of valid vote was 63074. Indian National Congress candidate Raja Amareshwar Naik won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 28450 votes. Janata Dal candidate M A Patil stood second with total 25051 votes. He lost by 3399 votes.


1985 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Rana Amarappa Naik
Male
JNP
Janta Party
32207
64.79%
2K Sanganagouda
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
14219
28.6%
3Ramachandrappa Geegeppa
Male
BJP
Bharatiya Janta Party
1754
3.53%
4Shivarayappa Durgappa Hosamani
Male
IND
Independent
1279
2.57%
5Chandrasekappa Mahantappa Santikelur
Male
IND
Independent
254
0.51%
Total

49713
57.75%
  • In 1985, Lingsugur legislative assembly constituency had total 88630 electors. Total number of valid vote was 49713. Janta Party candidate Rana Amarappa Naik won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 32207 votes. Indian National Congress candidate K Sanganagouda stood second with total 14219 votes. He lost by 17988 votes.


1983 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1A Basavaraj Patil Anwari
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
31034
69.97%
2Ranghavendra Rao D K Jagannath
Male
BJP
Bhartiya Janta Party
13321
30.03%
Total

44355
54.79%
  • In 1983, Lingsugur legislative assembly constituency had total 85582 electors. Total number of valid vote was 44355. Indian National Congress candidate A Basavaraj Patil Anwari won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 31034 votes. Bhartiya Janta Party candidate Ranghavendra Rao D K Jagannath stood second with total 13321 votes. He lost by 17713 votes.


1978 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Baswaraj Appagouda Timmangouda Anwari
Male
INC(I)
Indian National Congress (i)
28510
54.85%
2Raj Amarappa Naik
Male
JNP
Janata Party
20809
40.03%
3Amergouda Malleshgouda Mattur
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
2663
5.12%
Total

51982
69.8%
  • In 1978, Lingsugur legislative assembly constituency had total 78075 electors. Total number of valid vote was 51982. Indian National Congress (i) candidate Baswaraj Appagouda Timmangouda Anwari won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 28510 votes. Janata Party candidate Raj Amarappa Naik stood second with total 20809 votes. He lost by 7701 votes.


1972 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Chandrasekar N Patil
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
22223
62.96%
2Mallangouda Sangangouda
Male
NCO
Indian National Congress (organisation)
12348
34.98%
3Ramji Naik Ghanak Naik
Male
IND
Independents
725
2.05%
Total

35296
50.41%
  • In 1972, Lingsugur legislative assembly constituency had total 73506 electors. Total number of valid vote was 35296. Indian National Congress candidate Chandrasekar N Patil won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 22223 votes. Indian National Congress (organisation) candidate Mallangouda Sangangouda stood second with total 12348 votes. He lost by 9875 votes.


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