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AP, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala, TN Elections Results 2019 Highlights: Asaduddin Owaisi wins from Hyderabad

Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu Lok Sabha Elections Results 2019 Highlights: These states combined send 130, or nearly one-fourth the number of MPs to the 543-member House.

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South India Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Highlights: If exit polls are to be believed, regional parties in these states are set to maintain dominance in the south.

South India election results 2019 Highlights: Trends are in from the southern states; the DMK appears to be sweeping Tamil Nadu, while the Congress-led UDF may be headed for a landslide victory in Kerala. In Karnataka, the BJP is surging ahead, while in Telangana, TRS is leading in 9 seats and the BJP in four. In Andhra Pradesh, the YSRC Party is up in 24 seats of the state’s 25 seats.

As the Lok Sabha election results are announced we take a closer look at what’s happening in the southern five states and one Union Territory. These six combined send 130, or nearly one-fourth the number of MPs to the 543-member Lok Sabha.

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South India Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Highlights: Here's the latest news from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Read news in Tamil | Malayalam.

Kanimozhi wins by a margin of 3.47 lakh votes

DMK leader Kanimozhi, daughter of the late party patriarch M Karunadhi won the Thoothukudi Lok Sabha constituency by defeating her BJP rival by more than three lakh votes. Kanimozhi trounced BJP leader and Tamil Nadu unit President Tamilisai Soundararajan by a margin of 3.47 lakh votes. Kanimozhi is also the sister of DMK Chief M K Stalin, currently a Rajya Sabha MP, and was the party's eyes and ears in New Delhi.

Jagan wins Pulivendula Assembly seat by over 90,000 votes

YSR Congress president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy has won the Pulivendula Assembly seat by a record margin of 90,110 votes, the Election Commission has declared. Jagan secured 1,32,356 of the total 1,80,127 votes polled. He defeated Telugu Desam's S V Satish Kumar Reddy who secured 42,246 votes. When he was first elected to the state Assembly in 2014, Jagan won the Pulivendula seat -- his home turf in Kadapa district -- by a record margin then of 74,256 votes. On both the occasions, it was the highest victory margin secured by any candidate in state elections in Andhra Pradesh. Jagan's YSRC has won 120 Assembly seats out of the total 175 and is heading towards victory in 30 more seats.

K Chandrasekhar Rao's daughter K Kavitha defeated in Nizamabad

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao's daughter K Kavitha was defeated by the BJP in Nizamabad constituency.

Rajinikanth congratulates DMK chief MK Stalin

Rajinikanth congratulated DMK chief MK Stalin for his party's victory in the Parliamentary polls.

TRS wins 5 seats, BJP 2 and Congress bags one seat in Telangana

In Telangana, the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) won five Lok Sabha seats, the BJP won two seats and the Congress won one seat out of the nine results declared till now.

Yeddyurappa thanks the people of Karnataka for casting 54% votes to BJP

Karnataka BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa thanked the people of Karnataka for creating history by casting a record 54% votes to the BJP. The party said that it would "wait" and see how the ruling coalition partners, Congress and JD(S) would spar in public.

Congress-led UDF wins 11 seats in Kerala

Congress-led UDF won 11 out of 20 seats in Kerala. CPI(M) led LDF was only leading in one seat, Alapuzha.

Following is the list of winning candidates from the state:

1. Kasaragod - Rajmohan Unnithan (UDF)

2. Kannur - K Sudhakaran (UDF)

3. Wayanad - Rahul Gandhi (UDF)

4. Malappuram - PK Kunhalikutty (UDF)

5. Ponnani - ET Muhammad Basheer (UDF)

6. Kozhikode - MK Raghavan (UDF)

7. Vadakara - K Muraleedharan (UDF)

8. Palakkad - VK Sreekandan (UDF)

8. Alathur - Remya Haridas (UDF)

9. Thrissur - TN Prathapa (UDF)

10. Chalakkudy - Benny Behanan (UDF)

11. Ernakulam - Hibi Eden (UDF)

12. Alappuzha - AM Arif (LDF)

13. Kottayam - Thomas Chazhikadan (UDF)

14. Idukki - Dean Kuriakose (UDF)

15. Pathanamthitta - Anto Antony (UDF)

16. Mavelikkara - Kodikunnil Suresh (UDF)

17. Kollam - NK Premachandran (UDF)

18. Attingal - Adoor Prakash (UDF)

19. Thiruvananthapuram - Shashi Tharoor (UDF)

Asaduddin Owaisi wins Hyderabad seat for the fourth consecutive term

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi won the Hyderabad Lok Sabha seat for the fourth consecutive term

DMK wins in 3 more seats in Tamil Nadu -- Erode, Nilgiri and Tiruvannamalai

In Erode, Ganeshamurthi A of DMK defeated AIADMK's Manimaran G by 210618 votes.

Raja A of DMK has won from Nilgiris constituency.

DMK's Annadurai CN in Tiruvannamalai defeated Agri Krishnamurthy SS from AIADMK

Mallikarjun Kharge loses Gulbarga seat to Umesh Jadhav

Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge defeated by BJP's Umesh Jadhav in Karnataka's Gulbarga. The Election Commission stated that Jadhav won by a margin of 95,452 votes.

Jagan Mohan Reddy to take oath as Andhra CM on May 30

With the YSR Congress all set to wrest power in Andhra Pradesh, its Legislature Party will meet here on Saturday to formally elect Jaganmohan Reddy as its leader, who will be sworn-in as Chief Minister on May 30 at Vijayawada.

Reddy told PTI that he would take oath at Vijayawada on May 30 and promised to bring in a governance that the country would stand up and look to.Earlier, party sources had said the swearing-in would be
held at Tirupati on May 30.

M K Stalin dedicates Tamil Nadu Lok Sabha, Assembly bypoll win to Karunanidhi

DMK chief M K Stalin addresses the press in Chennai. He says, "The official results are yet to come. But in the Lok Sabha and by-poll elections, we have won by a great margin. I thank the people of Tamil Nadu and DMK's cadre who worked hard to make this victory possible. I was worried, because this is the first election we are facing without our beloved leader Kalaignar. Before the results, I took a pledge that If we win in these elections, I will dedicate that victory to our leader and it has come true today."

Kerala Election Results: Alphons Kannanthanam fails to make it to Lok Sabha

The Minister of State for Tourism was defeated by Congress-led UDF candidate Hibi Eden, who is also a sitting MLA, in Ernakulam constituency. Eden won by a margin of over 1.6 lakh votes against his nearest rival P Rajeev of CPI(M).

Karnataka Election Results: Congress stalwarts stare at defeat


Even veteran Congress leaders in Lok Sabha including the likes of Mallikarjun Kharge in Gulbarga, former union minister Veerappa Moily and former PM and JD(S) supremo H D Deve Gowda in Tumkur have lost the elections.  Kharge, a Congressman who has never tasted electoral defeat, was trailing by more than 70,000 votes against BJP's Umesh Jadhav, who resigned as MLA and joined the saffron party ahead of the elections.

M K Stalin dedicates Tamil Nadu Lok Sabha, Assembly bypoll win to Karunanidhi

DMK chief M K Stalin addresses the press in Chennai. He says, "The official results are yet to come. But in the Lok Sabha and by-poll elections, we have won by a great margin. I thank the people of Tamil Nadu and DMK's cadre who worked hard to make this victory possible. I was worried, because this is the first election we are facing without our beloved leader Kalaignar. Before the results, I took a pledge that If we win in these elections, I will dedicate that victory to our leader and it has come true today."

Congress' Vaithalingam set to win from Puducherry

V Vaithilingam secured more than 3 lakh votes while his nearest rival Narayanasamy Kesavan of AINRC has polled nearly 2 lakh votes, according to the Election Commission. Congress is part of the DMK led alliance while AINRC is an ally of the BJP.

AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi: EC must show their independence

Telangana, next promising state for BJP in south: Laxman Jagtap

Telangana would be the next state after Karnataka in the south with potential growth prospects for the party, state BJP president K Laxman said Thursday."In the south, after Karnataka, the fertile place for BJP is going to be Telangana," he told reporters. Laxman was jubilant over the party's surprise leads in four Lok Sabha seats -- Adilabad, Karimnagar, Secunderabad and Nizamabad -- in the state.

Lok Sabha Election Results: Tejaswi Surya leads from Bangalore South

Bangalore voted for the BJP in a big way. In Bangalore South, Tejaswi Surya, the 28-year-old lawyer who was selected as the party candidate for the constituency despite opposition from various party quarters, was leading with a majority of more than 3.2 lakh votes. 

Rahul Gandhi concedes defeat in Amethi as lead crosses 4 lakh in Wayanad

Congress president Rahul Gandhi has conceded defeat in Amethi, but is set to enter the Lok Sabha after winning the Wayanad constituency in Kerala. Gandhi, who addressed a press conference this evening, congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the NDA for its victory. He said the party will continue to fight its ideological battle against the BJP. When probed on his position in the Congress, Gandhi said the Congress Working Committee would meet and chalk out a path for the party.

In Telangana, BJP leads in 4 seats; pours cold water over KCR’s Third Front plans

The results have dashed the hopes of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who was trying to cobble a Third Front in the elections and play a larger national role. In the 2014 election results, the TRS had bagged 11 seats while the Congress won two; TDP, YSR Congress, BJP and MIM got one each. Read more here

Bangalore Central Lok Sabha Results: Prakash Raj calls loss a 'solid slap on face'

Congress' Rizwan Arshad is trailing from Bangalore Central. BJP's P C Mohan has taken the lead with 602,877 votes. Independent Prakash Raj, who polled only nearly 29,000 votes called it a solid slap on his face.

Karnataka Election Results: Senior Congress leader Veerappa Moily tastes defeat, fails to perform hat trick

Senior Congress leader and former Karnataka CM M Veerappa Moily was defeated by BJP's B N Bache Gowda in Chikkaballapur by a margin of 1,82,110 votes, the Election Commission said on Thursday. While Gowda secured 7,45,912 votes, Moily got 5,63,802 votes.

Moily, a former union minister, was the joint candidate of the ruling Congress-JDS coalition. Gowda had lost against Moily in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls by a narrow margin of about 9,500 votes.

Do you know why Telangana used ballot boxes this election?

With 185 candidates contesting the Nizamabad seat, including 175 angry turmeric farmers who filed their nominations to draw attention to their plight, the Election Commission had to go back to ballot boxes. EVMs cannot compute so many candidates! This is the first time since 1996 that ballot papers are being used in the state. 

Prakash Raj puts up poor show; might lose badly in Bangalore Central

At around 5:30 pm, Prakash Raj got around 28,000 votes while his rivals P C Mohan and Rizwan Arshad had gained more than 5 lakh votes each. In Bangalore central, he ran an enthusiastic and vigorous campaign but was not seen in political circles as a serious contender.

During the elections, a photograph of a shake-hand between Prakash Raj and Rizwan had gone viral on social media platforms, which was captioned, ‘Prakash Raj supports Congress. Don’t waste your vote by giving it to Prakash Raj.’ Later, Prakash Raj slammed these fake posts of him backing the Congress, but it could not stop the campaign. Read Prakash Raj's interview to Indian Express

Karnataka Election Results: Respect people's mandate, says H D Kumaraswamy

Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy says the results of the Lok Sabha elections are unexpected, but the party respects the mandate of the people. Taking to Twitter, he congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi for emerging victorious for the second time.

Tamil Nadu Election results: Karti P Chidambaram ahead in Sivaganga

Congress candidate from Sivaganga and former Union minister P Chidamvaram's son Karti was leading BJP's H Raja by more than 2 lakh votes. In the last Lok Sabha elections, the seat was won by Senthilnathan Pr of the ADMK by a margin of 229385 votes. Senthilnathan Pr defeated DMK candidate Dhurai Raaj Subha.

Telangana Lok Sabha Election Results: TRS up in nine; BJP in four

Here are the latest figures from Telangana. The TRS is leading in nine seats, while the BJP is ahead in four. The Congress, meanwhile, is up in three seats, while AIMIM is ahead in one.

JUST IN: Ananthkumar Hegde wins Uttara Kannada seat in Karnataka

Union Minister Ananthkumar Hegde has won from the Uttara Kannada seat in Karnataka. He has defeated JD(S) candidate Anand Asnotikar by 4,79,649 votes.

Telangana Election Results: Owaisi, 2 TRS nominees head towards finish line

Kotha Prabhakar Reddy (Medak) and Dayakar Pusunoori (Warangal) of TRS are leading in their respective constituencies by 3.11 lakh and 3.45 lakh votes, respectively, as per the latest trends.

Karnataka results: Sumalatha's lead widens to over 1 lakh in Mandya

Independent candidate Sumalatha leads by over one lakh votes in Mandya constituency. She is contesting the polls against Nikhil Kumaraswamy, the son of Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy.

Karnataka Lok Sabha results: BJP to decide course of action in state, says BSY

BJP leader B S Yeddyurappa, who is holding a press conference, says he will see what the JD(S)-Congress will do before deciding his next course of action. He added that he is going travelling to Delhi on Friday to meet the high command and decide the next course of action in the state. He hints that PM Modi will be sworn in on May 26.

Mallikarjun Kharge concedes defeat from Gulbarga, Karnataka

Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge has conceded defeat in Gulbarga. Speaking to news agency ANI, he said, "We are accepting the verdict people have given us We believe in democracy. We will discuss how to correct our mistakes and how to strengthen the party."

In Andhra Pradesh, CPI says BJP won on nationalism agenda

The CPI today said BJP's poll narrative centred on nationalism worked for the party in a big way in the Lok Sabha elections. "I think it looks like nationalism worked for them in northern states and Karnataka," CPI General Secretary Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy told PTI commenting on the Lok Sabha poll outcome. "Nationalism worked (for the BJP)... points raised by opposition unemployment, price rise, and ommissions and commissions of the BJP did not stand before the nationalism, particularly northern states," he said.

Kerala Lok Sabha Election Results: Ramesh Chennithala demands Vijayan's resignation

Ramesh Chennithala, the Leader of Opposition, has demanded Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan's resignation after the LDF rout across Kerala. He has asked the CM to meet the Governor and hand in his resignation.

Andhra Pradesh Election Results: PM Modi congratulates Jagan Mohan Reddy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy for his massive victory in Andhra Pradesh. The YSR Congress Party chief is all set to take over as CM of Andhra Pradesh.

Telangana Election Results: Former Union minister Renuka Chowdhary trails in Khammam

Telangana Rashtra Samiti's Nama Nageswr Rao is currently leading with 1.56 lakh votes over his Congress rival Renuka Chowdhury.

Shashi Tharoor: Feel like a batsman who has scored century while his team has lost

Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, who seemed headed for a win from Thiruvananthapuram, said he feels like a batsman who has scored a century while his team has lost. Read more here.

EXPLAINED: Andhra Pradesh Lok Sabha Election Results

It is a humiliating defeat for TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu as his party was reduced to 20-23 Assembly seats and may draw a nil in Lok Sabha seats. A strong anti-incumbency wave which even the YSRCP did not anticipate catapulted Jagan to power.  What does this mean for Naidu's TDP? Express reporter Sreenivas Janyala explains.

Telangana Election Results: Asaduddin Owaisi ahead in Hyderabad

AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi was ahead in Hyderabad seat, where he is seeking reelection for the fourth successive time, according to Election Commission sources. Owaisi was leading by 1.47 lakh votes over his BJP rival Bhagavanth Rao.

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South India Election Results Highlights: A security person walks past the boxes containing election material at a counting hall (PTI Photo: Kamal Kishore)

South India Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Highlights:

After a high-voltage campaign by Kerala’s leading political fronts — the CPM-led Left Democratic Front (LDF), Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) and the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) — the state voted on April 23, 2019 and recorded a turnout of 77.68 per cent. Exit polls have predicted that the Congress-led coalition would win big with up to 16 of the 20 Lok Sabha seats, and the LDF would get between four and eight seats. The UDF and LFD won 12 and eight seats respectively in the 2014 election. The BJP, which did not win a single seat in 2014, may open its account this time around.

In Tamil Nadu, a state that send 39 MPs to the Lok Sabha, the DMK is predicted to win anywhere between 25 to 35 seats. The AIADMK, which won 37 seats in the 2014 election, has been projected to win lesser seats. The state voted on April 18, 2019 and recorded a turnout of nearly 72 per cent.

In Telangana, Chandrababu Naidu’s TRS is projected to make a sweeping return. In Andhra, the fight seems to be between N Chandrababu Naidu’s TDP and the YSRCP. Both states voted on April 11, 2019. Telangana recorded a turnout of 62.7 per cent, and Andhra 78.1 per cent.

In Karnataka, which recorded a 68.55 per cent voter turnout, the BJP is projected to win 21 of the 28 seats. Differences between the JD(S) and the Congress, which cobbled up an alliance to form a coalition in the state, may have helped the BJP gain some ground.