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Names of 2 lakh voters deleted in Bengaluru, alleges BJP

"When I visited various polling booths Thursday, I noticed that at least 50,000 to 60,000 names were deleted from the electoral roll. In all, two lakh votes were deleted in Bengaluru," former deputy chief minister R Ashok claimed during a press conference.

Lok Sabha Polls 2019: Poor voter turnout in Bengaluru

The estimated voter turnout in Bangalore North was reported to be 50.51 per cent, Bangalore Central 49.75 per cent, Bangalore South 54.12 per cent and Bangalore rural 64.09 per cent.

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Shiv Sena: One set of rules for Goa, another for Karnataka

The Sena, in an editorial in its mouthpiece Saamana, also said that there is one set of rules for Goa and another for Karnataka. “The rules and laws are made for others. For BJP, there is a new policy to gain and retain power by all means,” it added.

Karnataka election: Over Rs 41 crore cash, 4 lakh litres liquor seized by Election Commission teams

Over Rs 41.48 crore cash and 4 lakh litres of liquor have so far been seized by the Election Commission (EC) appointed surveillance teams in poll-bound Karnataka, officials said Monday.

NCP won’t contest Karnataka elections

NCP’s general secretary D P Tripathi, who was in Mumbai, said on Thursday that the party’s move was a step towards building a coalition to defeat the BJP.

Karnataka poll date leak: ECI constitutes probe panel to investigate incident; all you need to know

Karnataka poll date leak: The Election Commission asked the committee to give its report within seven days and suggest steps needed to prevent any such eventuality in future.

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BJP will win Karnataka as well: Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis

"The BJP has not only won the elections but secured 49 to 50 per cent votes in (the three) north-east states. It shows the mandate is inclined towards the BJP. The poll outcome is also a boost for forthcoming assembly election in Karnataka," the chief minister said.

Ahead of Karnataka polls, former BJP minister joins Congress

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said Singh has left BJP and joined the Congress as there was "no place for secular principles there."

Karnataka polls: Rahul Gandhi asks party cadres to prepare 'people's manifesto'

Karnataka polls: The manifesto prepared thus focused on education, health, small and medium enterprises, employment generation and environment protection.

BJP imposing hate agenda in Karnataka to win polls: Congress

Alleging that the BJP's only card is a hate agenda, the Congress leader said a "radical version" of Hindutva was being played in certain pockets of Karnataka.

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