Karnataka Elections 2018 – Dates, Polling Schedule, Updates & Parties: Like every time once again the time came for the elections, the state assembly tenure to be completed soon, and the total number of seats are 224 where elections to be held, the Election Commission will announce the dates, polling schedule, timings etc on the official portal or the live press conference, The notification will be issued soon by the Election commission with complete dates which also includes the election process completion date. Till the EC has not announced anything but we can expect the Kar Elections to be held in last quarter of 2017 or first quarter of 2018, what so ever we will update it here later.
The official notification will be issued or released by the Election Commission (EC) through the press conference or other ways, and a complete schedule is announced, we will update the information as soon as the EC announces, you just need to check our website regularly to see any updates. After notification is issued the political parties may campaign at the larger level as the notification could also include ‘ the last date of campaigning’, Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal, Rahul Gandhi etc are expected to campaign for their political parties.
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 – Dates, Polling Schedule
- Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 Notification (Issue of Public Notice by EC): Expected Nov/Dec 2018
- Last date for filing Nomination forms: Not yet Announced
- Scrutiny of Nominations: Not yet Announced
- Last Date of Withdrawal of Nominations: Not yet Announced
- Gujarat Assembly Polls Date: Expected: Not yet Announced
- Hours of Poll: Not yet announced
- Gujarat Assembly Re-Polling (if required): Update later
- Gujarat Assembly Election Results/Counting of Votes: Expected in Dec 18 /Jan 2019
Once the dates are announced the political parties may be seen as more active for the campaign in the state, the ground seems to be ready for all, the elections once held, usually, the timings are considered between the 8 am to 6 pm, the results last time as follows the Congress won the majority of the seats, 122 were won by the party and formed the government in the state, this year the elections are expected to be held in late 2018 or the early in 2019, anyhow we could expect the Election commission could announce the dates in the October or November 2018.
The parties contesting would be Indian National Congress (INC), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP), Janata Dal (Secular) JD(S) as per the previous elections, this time the Aam Aadmi Party led by the Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal could also contest the elections but let us see what happens because it is not yet officially confirmed that AAP contesting the polls or not, just stay tuned with us, we will make you updated with the latest trends in the Karnataka Elections 2017.