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Polls to four Council seats on June 13

By Special Correspondent

The Election Commission of India on Thursday announced that elections to four teachers and graduates constituencies of the Karnataka Legislative Council would be held on June 13.

The term of incumbent members representing Karnataka North-West Graduates, Karnataka South Graduates, Karnataka North-West Teachers, and Karnataka West Teachers constituencies will end on July 4. Legislative Council Chairman Basavaraj Horatti, who represents the Karnataka West Teachers constituency from the Janata Dal (Secular), is expected to contest from the BJP.

On Wednesday, the ECI announced that elections to seven seats of the Legislative Council to be elected from the Legislative Assembly would be held on June 3. The seven members are retiring on June 14. The election to another seat that has fallen vacant due to the resignation of C.M. Ibrahim is pending. In all, elections are to be held for 12 seats in the Council.

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Dive Deeper:
Bypoll to Odisha Rajya Sabha seat on June 13: Election Commission
The Odisha seat fell vacant after the resignation of Biju Janata Dal MP Subhash Chandra Singh
Andhra Pradesh: Election to four RS seats on June 10
VIJAYAWADA
BJP inches closer to gaining majority in Council with polls round the corner
With 37 members, the BJP is one short of a simple majority in the 75-member Upper House
Council polls: voters to get GPS-based information on polling booth
Model code of conduct in force; notification for polls to be issued on May 19
One subscription that gives you access to news from hundreds of sites
BJP State core committee to meet today to discuss Council, RS polls
Bengaluru
Council polls: ECI issues revised guidelines
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