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Karnataka's Mysore is one of the 28 Lok Sabha constituencies of the state.
According to the data from last census, 22,82,627 people stay in Mysore. Out of them, 13.91% of voters are from Scheduled Caste while 22,82,627 belong to Scheduled Tribes. Moreover, the number of voters belonging to urban areas is 50.94% while the rural areas from the constituency houses 49.06% people.
There are a total of 17,23,134 voters in the constituency. Among which, 8,67,893 are male voters and 8,55,241 are female voters.
Polling for Mysore was held on Apr 18. In the last parliamentary polls, BJP's sitting MP Prathap Simha defeated INC's TTprev_runnerup by a margin of 31,608 votes.
For the 2019 general elections of Mysore, a total of 67% voters got inked.
In what qualifies as a great political thriller, PRATHAP SIMHA of Bharatiya Janata Party defeated Indian National Congress's C.H.VIJAYASHANKAR by a margin of 138,647. After a close shave, PRATHAP SIMHA will now govern Mysore for the next five years.
Bahujan Samaj Party fielded Dr. B Chandra (Chandregowda) while the Bharatiya Janata Party gave a ticket to Prathap Simha. Similarly, the Indian National Congress placed its bet on CH Vijayashankar.