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Sri N Munianjappa vs G Manjunatha on 25 April, 2018

2. The petitioner and the Respondents No.1 to 21

had Filed the nomination seeking their election to the

Karnataka Legislative Assembly from No.145 Mulbagal

Constituency. The said constituency is reserved for

persons belonging to Scheduled Caste. The respondents

No.1 and 2 as also their uncle one Sri Gangireddy had

filed their nominations. The nominations filed by the

respondents No.1 and 2 were accepted by the Returning

Officer on 18.04.2013. In the result of the election

declared on 08.05.2013 the petitioner had secured

39142 votes while respondent No.1 had secured 73146

votes and accordingly respondent No.1 was declared

elected. At that stage, since the writ petition was

pending assailing the acceptance of the nomination, the

result declared was made subject to result of

W.P.No.20025-26/2013, which has been disposed of

leaving open all contentions to be considered in this


Source: IK

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