Lok Sabha election 2014: Know 2009 results in Karnataka

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Bangalore, April 15: Here are the details of the constituencies in Karnataka that will go to the Lok Sabha election on April 17 (Thursday). In all, one hundred and twenty-one constituencies in twelve states of the Union will go to the polls on that day. [Read more about April 17 constituencies here and here]

[Know your state: Karnataka]

Constituencies: 28

Chikkodi: In 2009, BJP's KR Viswanath defeated Congress's PB Hukkeri by 55,287 votes (difference in vote-share was 6.4%)

Belgaum: In 2009, BJP's AS Channabasappa defeated Congress's AV Patil by 1,18,687 votes (difference in vote-share was 15.7%)

Bagalkot: In 2009, BJP's GP Chandanagouda defeated Congress's J T Patil by 35,446 votes (difference in vote-share was 4.1%)

Bijapur (SC): In 2009, BJP's JR Chandappa defeated Congress's PK Rathod by 42,404 votes (difference in vote-share was 6.5%)

Gulbarga (SC): In 2009, Congress's Mallikarjun Kharge defeated BJP's Revunaik Belamgi by 13,404 votes (difference in vote-share was 1.8%)

Raichur (ST): In 2009, BJP's S Pakkirappa defeated Congress's RV Naik by 30,636 votes (difference in vote-share was 4.5%)

Bidar: In 2009, Congress's N Dharam Singh defeated BJP's G Nagmarpalli by 39,619 votes (difference in vote-share was 5.1%)

Koppal: In 2009, BJP's S Shivanagouda defeated Congress's B Rayareddy by 81,789 votes (difference in vote-share was 10.8%)

Bellary (ST): In 2009, BJP's J Shanta defeated NY Hanumanthappa by 2,243 votes (difference in vote-share was 0.3%)

Haveri: In 2009, BJP's US Chanabasappa defeated Congress's Saleem Ahamed by 87,920 votes (difference in vote-share was 10.1%)

Dharwad: In 2009, BJP's Pralhad Joshi defeated Congress's KM Channappa by 1,37,663 votes (difference in vote-share was 17.2%)

Uttara Kannada: In 2009, BJP's A Hegde defeated Congress's Margaret Alva by 22,769 votes (difference in vote-share was 3.0%)

Davanagere: In 2009, BJP's GM Siddeswara defeated Congress's SS Mallikarjuna by 2,024 votes (difference in vote-share was 0.2%)

Shimoga: In 2009, BJP's BY Raghavendra defeated Congress's S Bangarappa by 52,893 votes (difference in vote-share was 5.5%)

Udupi Chikmagalur: In 2009, BJP's DVS Gowda defeated Congress's KJ Hegde by 27,018 votes (difference in vote-share was 3.2%)

Hassan: In 2009, JDS's HD Deve Gowda defeated BJP's KHH Gowda by 2,91,113 votes (difference in vote-share was 29.7%)

Dakshina Kannada: In 2009, BJP's NK Kateel defeated Congress's Janardhana Poojary by 40,420 votes (difference in vote-share was 4.0%)

Chitradurga (SC): In 2009, BJP's Janardhana Swamy defeated Congress's Dr B Thippeswamy by 1,35,571 votes (difference in vote-share was 16.2%)

Tumkur: In 2009, BJP's GS Basavaraj defeated JDS's SP Muddahanumegowda by 21,445 votes (difference in vote-share was 2.4%)

Mandya: In 2009, JDS's N Cheluvaraya Swamy defeated Congress's M H Ambareesh by 23,500 votes (difference in vote-share was 2.3%). Later, Congress's Ramya won this seat in a by-election.

Mysore: In 2009, Congress's AH Vishwanath defeated BJP's CH Vijayashankar by 7,691 votes (difference in vote-share was 0.8%)

Chamarajanagar (SC): In 2009, Congress's R Dhruvanarayana defeated BJP's AR Krishnamurthy by 4,002 votes (difference in vote-share was 0.4%)

Bangalore Rural: JDS's HD Kumaraswamy defeated CP Yogeeshwara by 1,30,275 votes (difference in vote-share was 11.8%). This seat was later bagged by the Congress in a by-election.

Bangalore North: BJP's DB Chandre Gowda defeated Congress's CK Jaffer Sharief by 59,665 votes (difference in vote-share was 6%)

Bangalore Central: BJP's PC Mohan defeated Congress's HT Sangliana by 35,218 votes (difference in vote-share was 4.2%)

Bangalore South: BJP's Ananth Kumar defeated Congress's Krishna Byre Gowda by 37,612 votes (difference in vote-share was 4.1%)

Chikkballapur: In 2009, Congress's M Veerappa Moily defeated BJP's C Aswathanarayana by 51,381 votes (difference in vote-share was 5.2%)

Kolar (SC): In 2009, Congress's KH Muniyappa defeated BJP's DS Veeraiah by 23,006 votes (difference in vote-share was 2.5%)

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[With inputs from www.indiavotes.com]

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