Complain about electoral malpractice in Bangalore

Here's where you can report electoral malpractice and code of conduct violations.

General Observer of 24-Bangalore North

S K Agarwal, I.A.S. General Observer is staying at the Executive Development Center, Institute of Hotel Atria, Palace Road, Bangalore. He is available on landline number: 080-22211292. His local Mobile Number is 9845983381.

General Observer of 25-Bangalore Central

Alok Nigam, I.A.S. General Observer is staying at the Executive Development Center, Institute of Hotel Management, SJP Campus, Sheshadri Road, Bangalore-560001, Karnataka, India. He is available on
landline number: 080-61265555. His local Mobile Number is 94806-83057.

He will also be available at Room No. 111, 1st Floor, BBMP Head Office, Main Building, N.R. Square, Bangalore-560002. Office: 080-22975534 between 12:00 Noon to 1:00 pm daily.

General Observer of 26-Bangalore South

Rajeeva Swarup, I A S, will be available between 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm to Public at Office of the Returning officer, 26-Bangalore South Parliamentary Constituency, Bruhath Bangalore Mahanagara Palike Office,
9th Main, 9th Cross, 2nd Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore – 11.

Contact No. 080-26566365. Mobile: 9480683635.

Any electoral malpractice noted by the citizens can be complained to these observers.

BBMP Control rooms:

These have been established and are being established in all assembly constituencies. These control rooms too handle the complaints received by people.

Govindaraja Nagar : 080-23500330

Padmanabhanagar: 080-26791955

Basavanagudi: 080-26690230 (First floor, BBMP Office Complex, C T Bed, Tyaarajanagar, Bangalore.)

BTM Layout: 080-25525954 (2nd cross, 17th A main, 5th block, Koramangala, Bangalore)

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