Karnataka Election Expenditure 13000 Crores
Karnataka Election has become a hot topic across the country which is going to held in next week of this month. All party leaders taken it as a prestigious Election due to this leader in each government are spending more money during Election Commission campaigning. Kannada Assembly Elections are the most expensive in the history of the country. All are very excited at the end of the Kannada Election campaign and also raised a question about How much they are spending money? What is the cost of parties across the state? There is also an interesting discussion among the voters along with the surveyors. On this, a special article by one news channel is based on the debate between political analysts.
The prestigious fight:
The Karnataka elections have become prestigious for the national parties, Congress and BJP. The Congress is trying to win power in the 2019 general election and the BJP is doing well for the party survival in the South. Former union ministers, including senior Congress leaders like Shashi Tharoor, Ashok Chavan, Women Chandy, Sushil Kumar Shinde and Raghuvar Reddy, are campaigning for the Congress. The BJP has come into the hands of the Prime Ministers and Union Ministers, including Amit Shah, and many BJP-ruled states.
An average of Rs 20 crores:
There are 224 constituencies in Kannada. According to the terms of the Election Commission, each party candidate has to spend Rs 28 lakh in the constituency. But BJP and Congress are spending Rs 20 crore on an average. But some candidates are spending Rs 30-50 crore, Rs 50-70 crore, and more than 100 crores for election. Approximately, if each party is going spend Rs. 20 crores. Then each party will have a cash nearly Rs. 4,480 crores. If some of the key constituents take into consideration, the amount is more than Rs 5,000 crore. It is estimated that the JDS would be Rs 13,000 crore.
That’s three places .700 crores :
The most expensive Karnataka election is going to be held in Vijayanagara. In this contest, MPV Kishtappa participating from Congress side and Ravindra also in this race from BJP side. In the election affidavit, Kishtappa has shown assets worth Rs. 1300 crore. Each candidate is said to have spent more than Rs 100 crore in this election. Prasad Krishna, son of Kishtappa in Govindarajanagar, from the Congress party, a former minister, MLC V. Somanna is in the field from BJP. MPV Nagaraju (Congress) from Hosketi and Sarath Bareli, son of former BJP Minister Baccagawuda, is on behalf of BJP. The candidates in these three constituencies do not have to go back. The expenditure of JDS candidates, including BJP and Congress, is likely to be around Rs.700 crore.
The cost of the barrels
The battleground between Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and BJP MP Sreeramulu in Badami constituency took place. The battle became the most prestigious for both leaders. Leaders of both parties say that each candidate can spend between Rs 70 to 90 crore. The Congress party’s expenditure in the constituency, along with Varun, who is the son of the son of TMC, is likely to be heavy in Tumkur district Korathagare, which represents the PCC chief Parameshwara.
Modi’s magic does not work
Shivajinagar: ‘The people of Karnataka have learned the facts of Prime Minister Modi will not work in the state,’ Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said. He spoke at ‘Your Twilight’ in a press club in Bangalore on Sunday. “People are disliking the speech of Prime Minister Modi in the election campaign. “ “2 Plus 1, Ten Percent Government, Stringer,” commenting on this. The challenge was to prove that there was no truth in the allegations made against him and that the CBI and other investigating agencies were under investigation.