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Karnataka Election: Top BJP Leader’s Son Denied Ticket In Final List

In Shivamogga, the party has given ticket to Channabasappa, while denying it to sitting MLA and senior BJP leader K S Eshwarappa's son.

Bengaluru: With simply a day left to record designations for May 10 Gathering surveys in Karnataka, the decision BJP on Wednesday delivered its fourth rundown, naming possibility for staying two supporters Shivamogga and Manvi.
In Shivamogga, the party has given pass to Channabasappa, while denying it to sitting MLA and senior BJP pioneer K S Eshwarappa’s loved ones.

Eshwarappa, a former Deputy Chief Minister, had as of late passed on to the party’s focal administration his desire to resign from electing governmental issues, and had mentioned it to not consider handling him in the Gathering surveys from Shivamogga.

The five-time MLA from the seat, but is said to have looked for the ticket for his child K E Kantesh, from the gathering fragment.

Senior BJP pioneer and MLC Ayanur Manjunath, who also was a ticket hopeful from Shivamogga, quit the party recently, and joined JD(S). He is presently the JD(S) up-and-comer from the portion.

From Manvi, a ST hold supporters, the party has handled B V Nayak as the up-and-comer.

With the declaration of this rundown, the BJP has reported possibility for all the 224 Get together portions in the state.

April 20 is the last day for recording of designations. Casting a ballot will happen on May 10 and the counting of votes will be on May 13.