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A quick analysis of Bengaluru Assembly Constituencies Candidates shows:
- Total 431 candidates in Bengaluru
- Hebbal has 28 contestants, and an average of 16 candidates per Bengaluru constituency
- 51 parties and 191 independents contesting.
- Bharatiya Janata Party and Indian National Congress contesting all seats, JDS in all but Anekal
- One of the newest parties All India Mahila Empowerment Party is contesting in 21 constituencies!! But only 2 women – BTM Layout’s Kum. Jayalakshmi B V, Jeelani Fathima from Byatarayanapura
- Communist parties are contesting just 2-3 seats each – CPI(M), CPI(ML) and SUCI(M)
- Shiv Sena is contesting Yeshvanthapura, Hebbal, Chamrajpet and Bommanahalli
- Aam Aadmi Party has 11 candidates
- 5 candidates from Ambedkar National Congress, Ambedkar Samaj Party, Ambedkarite Party of India
Where are the rich candidates in Bengaluru?
We added all the wealth declared by all candidates in a constituency, and divided it by the number of candidates. Chikpet emerges to be the most wealthy constituency, followed by Hebbal and Bommanahalli. [Data source]
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