Bengaluru: Bengaluru South Assembly constituency has the privilege of being the largest among the 224 Assembly constituencies in the state. The reason: It has around 5 lakh voters with eight BBMP wards and five ZPs and 10 GPs.
Bengaluru: Prior to this, Ashok got elected thrice from the erstwhile Uttarahalli constituency in 1997 (by-election), 1999, and 2004. Padmanabhanagar Assembly constituency is carved out of Uttarahalli constituency.
Bengaluru: The present incumbent Shiva Shankar Reddy N.H. has the track record of getting elected from Gauribidanur for four times. Once as an independent and thrice as Congress candidate from this assembly constituency.
Bengaluru: It may not be an exaggeration to say Govindarajanagar is the one and only Assembly constituency in Bengaluru to have an affluent elected representative.
Pulakeshinagar is one of the six reserved constituencies in Bengaluru district where the contest is expected to be between Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) candidates.
Bengaluru: If Congress fails to field either Rahman Khan’s son or Ramalinga Reddy’s daughter, nothing can stop the present incumbent B.N. Vijayakumar to achieve a hat-trick by romping home in April/May 2018.
Bengaluru: Once, Yelahanka, a reserved constituency, was considered as Congress fortress. Its candidates won seven times from this constituency.
Bengaluru: Byatarayanapura is one of the assembly constituencies among the 12 in Bengaluru represented by Congress MLAs. If the popularity of the present incumbent and the developmental works taken up in Byatarayanapura
Bengaluru: Yeshwanthpur which earlier formed part of the Malleswaram constituency had always been in the centre-stage of Assembly elections given its thickly populated wards.
Bengaluru: The Vijayanagar Assembly segment is represented by Congress MLA for the second term but majority of corporators are from BJP.
Bengaluru: If the popularity and the winning track record of Suresh Kumar is anything to go by, it seems the present incumbent will have no hassles to repeat it next year unless Congress succeeds in convincing Dr Shivarajkumar to contest from Rajajinagar.
Bengaluru: According to voters of Basavanagudi, BJP incumbent is very proactive in listening to public grievances and fixing civic and infrastructure-related issues without any delay.
Mahadevapura is one of the reserved constituencies in Bengaluru. C V Raman Nagar, Pulakeshinagar, Devanahalli and Anekal are the other assembly constituencies reserved for scheduled caste and tribes in Bengaluru Urban and Devanahalli
Bengaluru: Krishnarajapuram also known as K R Pura is one of the large assembly constituencies in Bengaluru. It has nine Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) wards.
Bengaluru: Mahalakshmi Layout assembly segment is known for temples and greenery. It is represented by Gopalaiah K of Janata Dal (Secular) who graduated as an MLA from a corporator representing Vrushabhavathi Nagar ward.
Rajarajeshwari Nagar Assembly segment hogged the lime light on many occasions due to all wrong reasons, thanks to its elected representative Munirathna who is at logger heads with not only corporators belonging to Opposition parties
Bengaluru: BTM (Byrasandra, Thavarekere and Madiwala) Layout is one of the Assembly segment where lot of development has taken place due to its vicinity to Electronics City, the hub of IT industry.
Bengaluru: Shanti Nagar Assembly segment is represented by Congress MLA N A Haris. It is known as a bastion of Congress. Since 1967, 11 elections were held to the State Assembly.
Shivajinagar is one of the important assembly constituencies in Bengaluru. Situated in the city centre it consists iconic Russell Market and Bamboo Bazar and religious shrines such as St. Mary’s Basilica, Juma Masjid and Gurudwara and Someswara temple.
CV Raman Nagar assembly constituency was created as part of delimitation in 2008. It is being represented by S Raghu of Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP).