There's no telling who would emerge victorious in battleground Karnataka. The results would be announced on May 15.
There were reports about a delay in polling due to some technical issues with the electronic voting machines (EVMs) from different parts of the state. Suspecting something fishy, both Congress and BJP have pointed accusing fingers at each other in the matter. Re-polling would take place in Hebbal assembly constituency's Polling Station Number 2 after polling was stopped due to EVM failure.
Over 2,600 candidates are in the fray-- more than 2,400 men and over 200 women.
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In order to win, a party requires 113 seats. Karnataka Assembly Election 2018 result would be announced on May 15.