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15th Karnataka Legislative Assembly

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The 15th Karnataka Legislative Assembly was constituted after the Karnataka Legislative Assembly elections in 2018. Polling was held on 12 May[1] for 222 constituencies out of the 224-member assembly,[2] with counting of votes and results declared on 15 May.[3] The term of the assembly is for five years.


Assembly Constituency Party Member Remarks
# Name Reserved for
Afzalpur Indian National Congress M. Y. Patil
Aland Bharatiya Janata Party Guttedar Subhash Rukmayya
Anekal Indian National Congress B.Shivanna
Arabhavi Bharatiya Janata Party Balachandra Laxmanrao Jarkiholi
Arkalgud Janata Dal (Secular) A. T. Ramaswamy
Arsikere Janata Dal (Secular) K. M. Shivalingegowda
Athani Indian National Congress Mahesh Kumathalli Resigned
Bharatiya Janata Party Re-elected
Aurad SC Bharatiya Janata Party Prabhu Chavhan
B.T.M. Layout Indian National Congress Ramalinga Reddy
Babaleshwar Indian National Congress M. B. Patil
Badami Indian National Congress Siddaramiah
Bagalkot Bharatiya Janata Party Veerabhadrayya Charantimath
Bagepalli Indian National Congress S. N. Subbareddy
Bailhongal Indian National Congress Mahantesh Kaujlagi
Baindur Bharatiya Janata Party B. M. Sukumar Shetty
Bangalore South Bharatiya Janata Party M Krishnappa
Bangarapet SC Indian National Congress S. N.Narayanaswamy K. M
Bantval Bharatiya Janata Party Rajesh Naik
Basavakalyan Indian National Congress B. Narayanarao
Basavana Bagevadi Indian National Congress Shivanand S Patil
Basavanagudi Bharatiya Janata Party L. A. Ravi Subramanya
Belagavi Dakshin Bharatiya Janata Party Abhay Patil
Belagavi Rural Indian National Congress Lakshmi Hebbalkar
Belagavi Uttar Bharatiya Janata Party Anil S Benake
Bellary ST Indian National Congress B. Nagendra
Bellary City Bharatiya Janata Party G. Somashekara Reddy
Belthangady Bharatiya Janata Party Harish Poonja
Belur Janata Dal (Secular) K. S. Lingesha
Bhadravati Indian National Congress B.K. Sangameshwara
Bhalki Indian National Congress Eshwara Bhimanna Khandre
Bhatkal Bharatiya Janata Party Sunil Biliya Naik
Bidar Indian National Congress Rahim Khan
Bidar South Janata Dal (Secular) Bandeppa Kashempur
Bijapur City Bharatiya Janata Party Basangouda Patil Yatnal
Bilgi Bharatiya Janata Party Murugesh Nirani
Byadgi Bharatiya Janata Party Ballary Virupakshappa Rudrappa
Byatarayanapura Indian National Congress Krishna Byre Gowda
C. V. Raman Nagar Bharatiya Janata Party S. Raghu
Challakere ST Indian National Congress T. Raghumuruthy
Chamaraja Bharatiya Janata Party L. Nagendra
Chamrajanagar Indian National Congress C. Puttarangashetty
Chamrajpet Indian National Congress Zameer Ahmed Khan
Chamundeshwari Janata Dal (Secular) GT Devegowda
Channagiri Bharatiya Janata Party K .Madal Veerupakshappa
Channapatna Janata Dal (Secular) H. D. Kumaraswamy
Chickpet Bharatiya Janata Party Uday B. Garudachar
Chikkaballapur Indian National Congress K. Sudhakar Resigned
Bharatiya Janata Party Re-elected
Chikkodi-Sadalga Indian National Congress Ganesh Hukkeri
Chikmagalur Bharatiya Janata Party C. T. Ravi
Chiknayakanhalli Janata Dal (Secular) C. B. Suresh Babu
Chincholi SC Indian National Congress Umesh Jadhav Resigned
Bharatiya Janata Party Avinash Jadhav
Chintamani Janata Dal (Secular) J. K. Krishnareddy
Chitradurga Bharatiya Janata Party G. H. Thippareddy
Chittapur SC Indian National Congress Priyank M. Kharge
Dasarahalli Janata Dal (Secular) R. Manjunatha
Davanagere North Bharatiya Janata Party S. A. Ravindranath
Davanagere South Indian National Congress Shamanur Shivashankarappa
Devadurga ST Bharatiya Janata Party Shivanagouda Naik
Devanahalli SC Janata Dal (Secular) Nisarga Narayanaswamy L.N
Devar Hippargi Bharatiya Janata Party Somanagouda Patil
Dharwad Bharatiya Janata Party Amrupayyappa Desai
Doddaballapur Indian National Congress T. Venkataramanaiah
Gadag Indian National Congress H. K. Patil
Gandhi Nagar Indian National Congress Dinesh Gundu Rao
Gangawati Bharatiya Janata Party Paranna Munavalli
Gauribidanur Indian National Congress N. H. Shivashankara Reddy
Gokak Indian National Congress Resigned
Bharatiya Janata Party Ramesh Jarkiholi Re-elected
Govindraj Nagar Bharatiya Janata Party V. Somana
Gubbi Janata Dal (Secular) S. R. Srinivas
Gulbarga Dakshin Bharatiya Janata Party Dattatraya C. Patil Revoor
Gulbarga Rural SC Bharatiya Janata Party Basavaraj Mattimud
Gulbarga Uttar Indian National Congress Kaneez Fatima
Gundlupet Bharatiya Janata Party C.S. Niranjan Kumar
Gurmitkal Janata Dal (Secular) Naganagowda Kandukar
Hadagalli SC Janata Dal (Secular) P. T. Parameshwar Naik
Hagaribommanahalli SC Indian National Congress L.B.P. Bheemanaik
Haliyal Indian National Congress R. V. Deshapande
Hangal Bharatiya Janata Party C. M. Udasi
Hanur Indian National Congress R. Narendra
Harapanahalli Bharatiya Janata Party G. Karunakara Reddy
Harihar Indian National Congress S. Ramappa
Hassan Bharatiya Janata Party Preetham J. Gowda
Haveri (SC) Bharatiya Janata Party Neharu Olekar
Hebbal Indian National Congress Suresha BS
Heggadadevankote ST Janata Dal (Secular) Anil Kumar C.
Hirekerur Indian National Congress B. C. Patil Resigned
Bharatiya Janata Party Re-elected
Hiriyur Bharatiya Janata Party K. Poornima
Holalkere SC Bharatiya Janata Party M. Chandrappa
Holenarasipur Janata Dal (Secular) H. D. Revanna
Homnabad Indian National Congress Rajshekar Basavaraj Patil
Honnali Bharatiya Janata Party M. P. Renukacharya
Hosadurga Bharatiya Janata Party Gulhatty D. Shekhar
Hoskote Indian National Congress M.T.B. Nagaraju Resigned
Independent Sharath Kumar Bachegowda
Hubli-Dharwad-Central Bharatiya Janata Party Jagadish Shettar
Hubli-Dharwad-East SC Indian National Congress Abbayya Prasad
Hubli-Dharwad-West Bharatiya Janata Party Aravind Bellad
Hukkeri Bharatiya Janata Party Umesh Vishwanath Katti
Hungund Bharatiya Janata Party Doddanagowda Patil
Hunsuru Janata Dal (Secular) Adagur H. Vishwanath Resigned
Indian National Congress H. P. Manjunath
Indi Indian National Congress Y. V. Patil
Jagalur ST Bharatiya Janata Party S. V. Ramachandra
Jamkhandi Indian National Congress Siddu B. Nyamagouda Deceased
Anand Nyamagouda
Jayanagar Indian National Congress Soumya Reddy
Jevargi Indian National Congress Ajay Dharam Singh
K. R. Pura Indian National Congress Byrathi Basavaraj Resigned
Bharatiya Janata Party Re-elected
Kadur Bharatiya Janata Party Belliprakash
Kagwad Indian National Congress Srimant Patil Resigned
Bharatiya Janata Party Re-elected
Kalghatgi Bharatiya Janata Party C. M. Nimbannavar
Kampli ST Bharatiya Janata Party J.N. Ganesh
Kanakagiri SC Bharatiya Janata Party Basavaraj Dhadesugur
Kanakapura Indian National Congress D. K. Shivakumar
Kapu Bharatiya Janata Party Lalaji Mendon
Karkal Bharatiya Janata Party V. Sunil Kumar
Karwar Bharatiya Janata Party Roopali Naik
Khanapur Indian National Congress Anjali Nimbalkar
Kittur Bharatiya Janata Party D. M. Basavantaray
Kolar Janata Dal (Secular) K. Srinivasa Gowda
Kolar Gold Field SC Indian National Congress M. Roopakala
Kollegal SC Bahujan Samaj party N. Mahesh
Koppal Indian National Congress K. Raghavendra Basavaraj Hitnal
Koratagere SC Indian National Congress Dr. G. Parameshwara
Krishnaraja Bharatiya Janata Party S. A. Ramadas
Krishnarajanagara Janata Dal (Secular) Sa. Ra. Mahesh
Krishnarajpet Janata Dal (Secular) Narayana Gowda Resigned
Bharatiya Janata Party Re-elected
Kudachi SC Bharatiya Janata Party P. Rajeev
Kudligi Bharatiya Janata Party N. Y. Gopalakrishna
Kumta Indian National Congress Dinakar Keshav Shetty
Kundapura Bharatiya Janata Party Halady Srinivas Shetty
Kundgol Indian National Congress C.S. Shivalli Deceased
Kusuma Shivalli
Kunigal Indian National Congress Dr H.D. Ranganath
Kushtagi Indian National Congress Amaregouda Linganagouda Patil Bayyapur
Lingsugur Indian National Congress D. S. Hoolageri
Maddur Janata Dal (Secular) D. C. Thammanna
Madhugiri Janata Dal (Secular) M.V. Veerabhadraiah
Madikeri Bharatiya Janata Party Appachu Ranjan
Magadi Janata Dal (Secular) A. Manjunath
Mahadevapura SC Bharatiya Janata Party Aravind Limbavali
Mahalakshmi Layout Janata Dal (Secular) K. Gopalaiah
Bharatiya Janata Party
Malavalli SC Janata Dal (Secular) Dr. K. Annadani
Malleshwaram Bharatiya Janata Party Dr. C.N. Ashwath Narayan
Malur Indian National Congress K. Y. Nanjegowda
Mandya Janata Dal (Secular) M. Srinivas
Mangalore Indian National Congress U. T. Khader
Mangalore City North Bharatiya Janata Party Bharath Shetty
Mangalore City South Bharatiya Janata Party D. Vedavyas Kamath
Manvi ST Janata Dal (Secular) Raja Venkatappa Nayak Raja Ambanna Nayak
Maski ST Indian National Congress Pratapgowda Patil
Mayakonda SC Bharatiya Janata Party N. Linganna
Melukote Janata Dal (Secular) C. S. Puttaraju
Molakalmuru ST Bharatiya Janata Party B. Sreeramulu
Moodabidri Bharatiya Janata Party Umanatha A. Kotian
Muddebihal Bharatiya Janata Party A. S. Patil (Nadahalli)
Mudhol SC Bharatiya Janata Party Govind M. Karjol
Mudigere SC Bharatiya Janata Party M. P. Kumaraswamy
Mulbagal Independent H. Nagesh
Nagamangala Janata Dal (Secular) Suresh Gowda
Nagathan SC Janata Dal (Secular) Devanand Fulasing Chavan
Nanjangud SC Bharatiya Janata Party Harshavardhan B.
Narasimharaja Indian National Congress Tanveer Sait
Nargund Bharatiya Janata Party C. C. Patil
Navalgund Bharatiya Janata Party Patil Munenakoppa Shankar
Nelamangala SC Janata Dal (Secular) Dr. K. Srinavasamurthy
Nippani Bharatiya Janata Party Shashikala Annasaheb Jolle
Padmanaba Nagar Bharatiya Janata Party R. Ashoka
Pavagada Indian National Congress Venkata Ramanappa
Periyapatna Janata Dal (Secular) K. Mahadeva
Pulakeshinagar Indian National Congress R. Akhanda Srinivasamurthi
Puttur Bharatiya Janata Party Sanjeeva Matandoor
Raichur Janata Dal (Secular) Dr. Shivaraj Patil S
Raichur Rural ST Indian National Congress Basanagouda Daddal
Rajaji Nagar Bharatiya Janata Party S. Suresh Kumar
Rajarajeshwarinagar Indian National Congress Munirathna
Ramanagaram Janata Dal (Secular) H. D. Kumaraswamy vacated
Anitha Kumaraswamy
Ramdurg Bharatiya Janata Party Mahadevappa Shivalingappa Yadawad
Ranibennur KPJP R. Shankar Resigned
Bharatiya Janata Party Arunkumar Guththur
Raybag SC Bharatiya Janata Party Duryodhan Mahalingappa Aihole
Ron Bharatiya Janata Party Kalakappa Bandi
Sagar Bharatiya Janata Party Hartalu Halappa
Sakleshpur SC Janata Dal (Secular) H. K. Kumaraswamy
Sandur ST Indian National Congress E. Tukaram
Sarvagnanagar Indian National Congress K. J. George
Saundatti Yellamma Bharatiya Janata Party Mamani Vishwanath Chandrashekar
Sedam Bharatiya Janata Party Rajkumar Patil
Shahapur Indian National Congress Sharanabasappa Gouda Darshanapur
Shanti Nagar Indian National Congress N. A. Haris
Shiggaon Bharatiya Janata Party Basavaraj Bommai
Shikaripura Bharatiya Janata Party B. S. Yeddyurappa
Shimoga Bharatiya Janata Party K. S. Eshwarappa
Shimoga Rural SC Bharatiya Janata Party K. B. Ashok Naik
Shirahatti SC Bharatiya Janata Party Ramappa Lamani
Shivajinagar Indian National Congress R. Roshan Baig
Rizwan Arshad
Shorapur ST Bharatiya Janata Party Narasimhanayak (Rajugouda)
Shravanabelagola Janata Dal (Secular) C. N. Balakrishna
Shrirangapattana Janata Dal (Secular) Ravindra Srikantaiah
Sidlaghatta Indian National Congress V. Muniyappa
Sindgi Janata Dal (Secular) Managuli Mallappa Channaveerappa
Sindhanur Janata Dal (Secular) Venkatrao Nadagouda
Sira Janata Dal (Secular) B Sathyanarayanav
Sirsi Bharatiya Janata Party Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri
Siruguppa ST Bharatiya Janata Party M. S. Somalingappa
Soraba Bharatiya Janata Party Kumar Bangarappa
Sringeri Indian National Congress T. D. Rajegowda
Srinivasapur Indian National Congress K. R. Rameshkumar
Sullia SC Bharatiya Janata Party Angara S
T Narasipura SC Janata Dal (Secular) Ashvin Kumar M.
Tarikere Bharatiya Janata Party D. S. Suresh
Terdal Bharatiya Janata Party Siddu Savadi
Tiptur Bharatiya Janata Party B. C. Nagesh
Tirthahalli Bharatiya Janata Party Araga Jnanendra
Tumkur City Bharatiya Janata Party G. B. Jyothi Ganesh
Tumkur Rural Janata Dal (Secular) D. C. Gowrishankar
Turuvekere Bharatiya Janata Party Jayaram A S
Udupi Bharatiya Janata Party K. Raghupati Bhat
Varuna Indian National Congress Yathindra S.
Vijay Nagar Indian National Congress M. Krishnappa
Vijayanagara Indian National Congress Anand Singh Resigned
Bharatiya Janata Party Re-elected
Virajpet Bharatiya Janata Party K. G. Bopaiah
Yadgir Bharatiya Janata Party Venkatreddy Mudnal
Yelahanka Bharatiya Janata Party S. R. Vishwanath
Yelburga Bharatiya Janata Party Achar Halappa Basappa
Yellapur Bharatiya Janata Party Arbail Shivaram Hebbar Resigned
Indian National Congress Re-elected
Yemkanmardi ST Indian National Congress Satish Jarkiholi
Yeshwanthpur Indian National Congress S. T. Somashekar Resigned
Bharatiya Janata Party Re-elected
Nominated Nominated (Anglo Indian) Vinisha Nero

Sources: Election Commission of India,[4] Times of India,[5] News 18,[6][7] News Minute[8]



Deputy Speaker

Leader of the House (Chief Minister)

Deputy Leader of the House (Deputy Chief Minister)

Leader of the Opposition

Council of Ministers



See also


  1. ^ "Line up early, Karnataka voters: Moderate showers predicted for May 12". The News Minute. 10 May 2018. Retrieved 15 May 2018.
  2. ^ "Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018: Crucial candidates who will define victory for their parties in today's polls". 12 May 2018.
  3. ^
  4. ^ "Constituencywise Trends".
  5. ^ "Live: Karnataka election results: CM Siddaramaiah loses from Chamundeshwari, close contest in Badami". The Times of India. Retrieved 15 May 2018.
  6. ^ "Karnataka Assembly Election Result 2018 Live: Karnataka Elections Results, Exit Polls Results, Opinion Poll Result". News18.
  7. ^ "Spotlight on 2 'Other' Candidates as Karnataka Heads for Photo-Finish".
  8. ^ "Karnataka Congress reaches out to independent candidates to keep BJP at bay". 15 May 2018.
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