Will Prajwal Revanna become an MP again?

Will Prajwal Revanna become an MP again

Hassan is the Lok Sabha constituency where former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda served as MP for 5 terms. Hassan Lok Sabha constituency in southern part of Karnataka state includes 8 assembly constituencies. They are Kadur, Shravanabelagola, Arsikere, Belur, Hassan, Holenarasipur, Arkalgud, Sakleshpur (separate). Out of these four constituencies were won by the secular Janata Dal and two each by the BJP and the Congress. Hindus are the majority religion in this constituency.

People of Hassan constituency

21 per cent of these belong to the Scheduled Castes and Tribals. 5 percent are Muslims. The secular Janata Dal is gaining ground as the Okkalika community votes in Hassan constituency. It has seen 17 elections till 2019. Congress party has won 8 times in this. Apart from this, the Swatantra Party, the Janata Party, the Janata Dal and the secular Janata Dal have also won.

Political influence

In particular, HD Deve Gowda has been an MP contesting on behalf of both the Janata Dal and the secular Janata Dal. Hasan constituency has been held by the secular Janata Dal for the last 4 elections. HD Deve Gowda ceded Hassan constituency to his grandson Brajwal Revanna in 2019 elections. Prajwal Revanna, who won the last election by a margin of 1,41,224 votes, has also contested the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

Brajwal Revanna Controversy

M. Shreyas Patel is contesting against him on behalf of Congress. The obscene video case against Brajwal Revanna sparked a huge controversy. 3000 videos have been caught of him cheating and sexually harassing many women. Arrest proceedings have been accelerated in this matter. A Blue Corner Notice has been issued against Prajwal Revanna, who has taken refuge abroad.

2024 Lok Sabha Elections

In such an environment, there is an expectation of how the results of Hassan constituency will be. Pre-election polls had said that the field was in favor of Brajwal. 77.68 percent votes were recorded in the polling in Hassan constituency on April 26. Out of a total of 17.36 lakh voters, 13.28 lakh did their democratic duty. This includes 6.75 lakh females and 6.73 lakh males.

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