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

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

Background information

Incumbent MLA: S Suresh Kumar

List of Candidates, 2018

S Suresh Kumar

Constituency:

Rajajinagar

Party:

Bharatiya Janata Party

  • Family: Wife, Mother
  • Educational Qualification:B.Sc, LLB
  • Profession: MLA
  • Online:
  • Number of Pending Criminal Cases:
  • Net Worth
  • IT Returns: Self-5.15Lacs, Spouse-7.68Lacs, Mother-3.99Lacs
  • Movable Assets: Self-28.19Lacs, Spouse-22.08Lacs, Mother-8.14Lacs
  • Immovable Assets:30cr
  • Liabilities: NIL

G Padmavathi

Constituency: Rajajinagar

Party:

Indian National Congress

  • Family:HUsband, 3 children
  • Educational Qualification: BA
  • Profession:Corporator
  • Social Media:
  • Facebook: padmavathigopal, ex-mayorpadmavathi
  • Email ID:gpadmavathi001@gmail.com
  • Number of Pending Criminal Cases:
  • Net Worth:
  • IT Returns: NIL
  • Movable Assets: Self- 7.88Lacs, Spouse-1Lac
  • Immovable Assets: Self-1cr, Spouse-1.23cr
  • Liabilities: NIL

H M Krishnamurthy

Constituency:

Rajajinagar

Party:

Janata Dal (Secular)

  • Family:Wife, 1 child
  • Educational Qualification:7th Std
  • Profession:Business and Agriculturist
  • Social Media:
    • Facebook:Jkboss Abhimanigalu
    • Twitter: jkwin_JDS
  • Number of Pending Criminal Cases:NIL
  • Net Worth:
    • IT Returns: Self-12.56 Lacs Spouse- 36.77Lacs  
    • Movable Assets: Self-1.54cr, Spouse-53.08 Lacs, Child- 50,000
    • Immovable Assets: Self- 4.39cr, Spouse-1.25cr , Child-15 Lacs
    • Liabilities: NIL

Full list of candidates:

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Previous Results:

2013 candidate

Party

Votes

Age

Vote Share%

S. Suresh Kumar

BJP

39291

57

36.45%

R. Manjula Naidu

INC

24524

43

22.75%

Shobha Karandlaje

KJP

20909

46

19.4%

S.T Anand

JD(S)

16794

52

15.58%

Muniswamy.K

ADMK

1660

75

1.54%

 

2008 candidate

Party

Votes

Age

Vote Share %

S. Suresh Kumar

BJP

49655

52

51.45%

Padmavathi. G

INC

34995

49

36.26%

Ananda M.A

JD(S)

7422

59

7.69%

Ramaswamy S.K

ADMK

1478

53

1.53%

Sugandha Raje Urs

IND

456

58

0.47%

Citizen Demands:

About Constituency:

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Located in West Bengaluru, Rajajinagar was named after the freedom fighter C. Rajagopalachari, also the first non-British or Indian Governor-General. This constituency comprises the following wards: Dayananda Nagar, Prakashnagar, Rajajinagar, Basaveshwarnagar, Kamakshipalya, Shivanagar and Sri Rama Mandir.

Rajajinagar constituency has quite a history. It is well-maintained, being a “planned” area in the city, but over time, the development became haphazard . The constituency is about 5.5 sq kms. Although it is a traditional, residential area, it has shown quite a remarkable commercial development, leading to unplanned growth and illegal buildings. A number of educational institutions, hospitals and temples as well as industries, both large and small, have sprung up in this area.

There is a mix of both middle class as well as low income group residential areas here. Rajaji Nagar, Basaveshwar Nagar and Sriramamandir have large groups of middle class sections. However, water shortage is a big problem. Dayanand Nagar and Prakash Nagar wards house many low income colonies that lack basic facilities. Due to water shortage, clogged drains and poor sanitation, the residents tend to face a lot of health problems, especially dengue. A number of roads are in poor condition.

Those who want to register complaints can log on to www.rajajinagara.kar.nic.in, a website designed by activist officials.

Total number of votes in 2008: 96,522.

Total number of votes in 2013: 1,07,843

The total number of registered voters currently: 2,07,622.

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