Info for voters of Pulakeshinagar Constituency- MLA, Candidates, Voting and more

If you are one among the lakhs of voters of Pulikeshi Nagar, this is what you need to know!

Incumbent MLA: Akhanda Srinivasa Murthy R

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List of candidates, 2018

R. Akhanda Srinivas Murthy

Constituency:

Pulakeshinagar

Party: Indian National Congress

  • Family: Wife & 3 Dependents
  • Educational Qualification: PUC
  • Profession: MLA & Social Worker
  • Online: No details given
  • Number of Pending Criminal Cases: NIL
  • Net Worth (2018)
    • IT Returns:
    • Movable Assets:Self-26.1 lacs, Spouse- 15 lacs, Dependant-3 lacs each
    • Immovable Assets: Self-8.1 crores, Spouse-2.5 crores, Dependant 1-1.66 lacs
    • Liabilities:NIL

 

B Prasanna Kumar

Constituency:

Pulakeshinagar

Party:

Janata Dal (secular)

  • Family:Wife, 1 son, 1 daughter in law & 2 grandchildren
  • Educational Qualification:BA
  • Profession:Partner BP Kumar Traders
  • Social Media:
  • Email ID:bpkvjds@gmail.com
  • Number of Pending Criminal Cases:
  • Net Worth
    • IT Returns:Self-6.96 lakhs, Spouse-25 lakhs
    • Movable Assets:Self-85 Lakhs, Spouse- 2.15 cr Son-4.63 lakhs, Daughter in law-5.5 lakhs Grandson-75,000, Granddaughter-75,000
    • Immovable Assets: –
    • Liabilities:Self-95 lakhs, Spouse-4 lakhs

 

Susheela Devaraj

Constituency:

Pulakeshinagar

Party:

Bharatiya Janata Party

  • Family:Husband, 2 children
  • Educational Qualification: SSLC
  • Profession: Social Worker
  • Social Media:
  • Facebook:www.facebook.com/susheeladevraj
  • Twitter:@susheeladevraj
  • Email ID:susheeladevraj1956@gmail.com
  • Number of Pending Criminal Cases:
  • Net Worth:
    • IT Returns:-
    • Movable Assets:9 lakhs
    • Immovable Assets:80 lakhs
    • Liabilities:-

 

Siddagangaiah R

Constituency:

Pulakeshinagar

Party:

Aam Aadmi Party

  • Family:Wife, 3 children
  • Educational Qualification:2nd PUC
  • Profession:Business Owner
  • Social Media: –
  • Email ID:-
  • Number of Pending Criminal Cases:
  • Net Worth
    • IT Returns:-
    • Movable Assets:Self-14 lakhs, Spouse-6.65 lakhs
    • Immovable Assets: –
    • Liabilities:4.5 lakhs

Full List of Candidates:

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Previous Results:

2013 candidates Party Votes Age Vote Share %
Akhanda Srinivas Murthy R JD(S) 48995 43 48.75%
B Prasanna Kumar INC 38796 65 38.6%
A Hemalatha SDPI 5431 35 5.4%
Palani Velu K BJP 4589 47 4.57%
M Murthy IND 684 57 0.68%

 

2008 candidates Party Votes Age Vote Share%
B Prasanna Kumar INC 39577 56 50.41%
R. Srinivasa Murthy JD(S) 21908 40 27.9%
DR. Chikka Melurappa Alias Prof. Mylarappa BJP 11131 46 14.18%
V Sreenivasan BSP 2408 68 3.07%
D Anbarasan ADMK 1537 44 1.96%

 

Citizen Demands:

About the Constituency:

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Pulakeshi Nagar is located in the heart of the city, but residents feel alienated and complain of being treated as second-class citizens. The wards in this area are Kushal Nagar, Kaval Bairasandra, Devara Jeevanahalli, Muneshwara Nagar, Sagayara Puram, S.K. Garden and Pulakeshi Nagar.

Ironically, this region has the doubtful reputation of having the maximum number of slums that are homes for pourakarmikas. Yet garbage collection is the biggest problem here. There are more than 4,000 pourakarmikas, who complain of being paid less than their minimum wages. They also list their main problems to include waste disposal, stray dog menace and uncleared drains.

Lack of adequate water supply also haunts this place. Residents ask for a water treatment plant, better road construction and wider living spaces.

  • The total number of voters in 2008: 78,515.
  • The total number of voters in 2013: 1,00,505.
  • The total number of registered voters currently: 2,31,913.

 

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