Yelahanka zone, Bengaluru

Yelahanka zone has 11 wards. BJP dominated the BBMP elections - 2010 in this zone, by capturing eight wards. Here is the information related to the zone.

Yelahanka zone has 11 wards. BJP dominated the BBMP elections – 2010 in this zone, by capturing eight wards. Here is the information related to the zone.

Click on the ward you want in the map, to view the details of the ward. Ward boundaries are visible in light blue. The wards are colour-coded according to the party that won the BBMP elections in 2010.

For some select wards, we have added details about the state of the ward — the demographics, infrastructure details, the tenders and development works executed, issues raised by citizens and more. We are also adding details of contesting candidates as we get info.

Kodigehalli | Kuvempu Nagar | Vidyaranyapura

 

Ward details in text

 

Property tax and allocation of funds for 2013-14 and 2014-15

 

 

 

Yelahanka FY 13-14 FY 14-15
Per capita contribution (in Rs) 1,984 1,257
Per capita allocation (in Rs) 2,128 1,639.7

 

 

 

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