Thimmarayappa Mla Bibliography

The Karnataka Legislative Assembly is the lower house of the bicameral legislature of Karnataka state in southernIndia. Karnataka is one of the seven states in India, where the state legislature is bicameral, comprising two houses. The two houses are the Vidhan Sabha (lower house) and the Vidhan Parishad (upper house).

The members of the Vidhana Sabha are directly elected by people through adult franchise.

There are 224 members of the Vidhana Sabha or the Legislative Assembly of Karnataka state. One member is a representative of the Anglo-Indian community nominated by the Governor of Karnataka. The state of Karnataka is divided into 225 constituencies used to elect the Legislative assembly.

Each constituency elects one member of the assembly. Members are popularly known as MLAs. The assembly is elected using the simple plurality or "first past the post" electoral system. The elections are conducted by the Election Commission of India.

The normal term of the members lasts for five years. In case of death, resignation or disqualification of a member, a by-election is conducted for constituency represented by the member. The party which wins the most seats becomes the ruling party.

In the 2013 elections, the Indian National Congress (INC) won a majority of seats, with 122 out of 224 MLAs. On 10 May 2013, Siddaramaiah was chosen as Chief Minister and Leader of the House by the MLAs. He was sworn in as CM on 13 May 2013.[1]

List of Assemblies[edit]

AssemblyPeriodChief Minister(s)
First Assembly18 June 1952 - 31 March 1957K. C. Reddy, Kengal Hanumanthaiah, Kadidal Manjappa, S. Nijalingappa
Second Assembly10 June 1957 - 1 March 1962S. Nijalingappa, B.D. Jatti
Third Assembly15 March 1962 - 28 February 1967S.R. Kanthi, S. Nijalingappa
Fourth Assembly15 March 1967 - 14 April 1971S. Nijalingappa, Veerendra Patil
Fifth Assembly24 March 1972 - 31 December 1977 (Dissolved)D. Devaraj Urs
Sixth Assembly17 March 1978 - 8 June 1983 (Dissolved)D. Devaraj Urs, R. Gundu Rao
Seventh Assembly24 July 1983 - 2 January 1985 (Dissolved)Ramakrishna Hegde
Eighth Assembly18 March 1985 - 21 April 1989 (Dissolved)Ramakrishna Hegde, S. R. Bommai
Ninth Assembly18 December 1989 - 20 September 1994 (Dissolved)Veerendra Patil, S.Bangarappa, M. Veerappa Moily
Tenth Assembly25 December 1994 – 22 July 1999 (Dissolved)H.D. Deve Gowda, J. H. Patel
Eleventh Assembly25 October 1999 - 28 May 2004S. M. Krishna
Twelfth Assembly28 May 2004 - 19 November 2007 (Dissolved)Dharam Singh, H. D. Kumaraswamy, B. S. Yeddyurappa
Thirteenth Assembly30 May 2008 - 5 May 2013B. S. Yeddyurappa, D.V. Sadananda Gowda, Jagadish Shettar
Fourteenth Assembly13 May 2013 -Siddaramaiah[1]

President's rule in the state

PeriodAssembly
19.03.1971 to 20.03.1972Fourth Assembly
31.12.1977 to 28.02.1978Fifth Assembly
21.04.1989 to 30.11.1989Eighth Assembly
09.10.2007 to 11.11.2007Ninth Assembly
20.11.2007 to 29.05.2008Twelfth Assembly

At 11:00am on 18 June 1952, Wednesday, the first session of the legislative assembly was held at the old public office building conference hall (the present high court building) in Bangalore.

On December 16, 1949 the maharaja of Mysore dissolved the representative assembly and the legislative assembly. The constituent assembly which was constituted in 1947 became the provisional assembly of Mysore until the elections were held in 1952.

The first assembly formed under the Constitution had 99 elected and one nominated member. In the first sitting of the assembly, V.Venkatappa was the honorary speaker who administered oath to the members including the then Chief Minister Kengal Hanumanthaiah. He conducted election to the post of speaker, which was contested by socialist leader Shantaveri Gopalagowda, and H.Siddaiah, where H.Siddaiah secured 74 votes and emerged victorious and the first CM of Karnataka state Kengal Hanumanthaiah delivered the speech.

With the formation of Andhra state in 1953, parts of Bellary district from Madras State were added to Mysore state and the strength of the Assembly increased to five members. After the re- organisation of state of Mysore came into being on November 1, 1956 with four districts from the former Bombay state, three districts of Hyderabad state, a district and a taluk of the old Madras state of Coorg and the princely state of Mysore.The state was renamed as Karnataka in 1973.

The first sitting of the new assembly was held on December 19, 1956 in the newly built Vidhana Soudha. The strength of the assembly, which was 208 in 1957 increased to 216 in 1967 and to 224 plus a nominated member in 1978.

The lone women Speaker of Karnataka assembly was K.S. Nagaratnamma from March 24, 1972 to March 3, 1978

Legislature sessions was held twice outside Bangalore in Belgaum --- September 25 to 29, 2006 and from January 16 to 24 in 2009

List of Speakers[edit]

Current Cabinet (2013-present)[edit]

As of 31 October 2015, the government of Karnataka consists of 35 ministers including the Chief Minister.[2]

Sl. No.NamePortfolio
1K. Siddaramaiah (Chief Minister)
  1. Department of Cabinet Affairs.
  2. Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms.
  3. Department of Finance including Institutional Finance and Small Savings & Lotteries and excluding Excise.
  4. Intelligence Wing from Home Department.
  5. Large and Medium Scale Industries from Commerce and Industries Department.
  6. Any other Department not specifically allocated.
2R. V. Deshapande
  1. Large and Medium Scale Industries.
  2. Infrastructure Development.
3Tanveer Sait
  1. Primary and Secondary Education
  2. Minorities Welfare, Haj and Wakf Department.
4T.B. Jayachandra
  1. Law, Justice and Human Rights.
  2. Minor Irrigation.
5Ramanath Rai

Forest, Ecology and Environment Department.

6H. K. Patil

Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Development.

7Ramalinga Reddy

Home Dept.

8S S Mallikarjun
  1. Agricultural Marketing from Co-operation Department.
  2. Horticulture Department excluding Sericulture.
9Kagodu Thimmappa

Revenue Department excluding Muzrai.

10H. C. Mahadevappa
  1. Public Work
  2. Ports and Inland Transport Department excluding Ports and Inland Transport.
11K. J. George
  1. Bangalore development including BDA, BBMP, BWSSB, BMRDA.
  2. Directorate of Town Planning from Urban Development Ministry.
12H. S. Mahadeva Prasad died on 3 January 2017
  1. Co-operation Department.
  2. Sugar from Commerce and Industries Department.
13Basavaraj Rayareddy

Higher Education Department.

14Eshwara B Khandre
  1. Municipalities and Local Bodies
  2. Public Enterprises
15M. B. Patil

Major and Medium Irrigation from Water Resources Department.

16Satish Laxmanarao Jarkiholi

Small Scale Industries from Commerce and Industries Department.

17K R Rameshkumar

Health and Family Welfare excluding Medical Education.

18M. R. Seetharam
  1. Planning and Statistics
  2. IT and BT
  3. Science and Technology
19Vinay Kulkarni

Mines and Geology.

20H. Anjaneya
  1. Social Welfare Department.
  2. Backward Classes Welfare Department.
21D. K. Shivakumar

Energy Department.

22R. Roshan Baig
  1. Urban Development Department(excluding Bangalore).
  2. City Corporations(excluding BBMP).
  3. Urban Land Transport
  4. KUWSDB and KUIDFC
  5. Haj from Minority Welfare and Wakf Department.
23G. Parameshwara

President KPCC.

25H Y Meti
  1. Excise
27U T Khader

Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department.

28Krishna Byre Gowda

Agriculture Department.

29Dr. Sharan Prakash Patil

Medical Education from Health and Family Welfare Department.

30Priyank Kharge
  1. IT and BT.
  2. Science and Technology.
  3. Tourism.
31Pramodh Madhavraj
  1. Fisheries
  2. Youth Services and Sports
32Smt.Umashree
  1. Women and Child Development and Empowerment of Differently Abled and Senior Citizens Department.
  2. Kannada and Culture from Kannada and Culture, Information Department.
33Santhosh Lad

Labour Department.

34Vinay Kulkarni

Mines and Geology from Commerce & Industries Department.

35A. Manju
  1. Animal Husbandry from Animal Husbandry & Fisheries Department.
  2. Sericulture from Horticulture Department.
36Rudrappa Manappa Lamani
  1. Textiles
  2. Muzrai

List of current members[edit]

The Karnataka Legislative Assembly election of 2004 took place on 20 April and 26 April 2004 in 224 constituencies in Karnataka, India. The elections were conducted to elect the government in the state of Karnataka for the next five years. The votes were counted on 13 May 2004. None of the parties were able to win a majority and the Bharatiya Janata Party emerged as the single largest party with 79 seats.[2][3] Subsequently, the Indian National Congress with 65 members and Janata Dal (Secular) with 58 members formed a coalition to run the government with Dharam Singh as the chief minister. This was the first ever coalition government in the state.[4]

Results[edit]

Successful Candidates[edit]

Assembly ConstituencyPartyMember[2]
AfzalpurJanata Dal (Secular)M Y Patil
AlandJanata Dal (Secular)B R Patil
AnekalBharatiya Janata PartyA Narayanaswamy
AnkolaBharatiya Janata PartyVishveshwar Hegde Kageri
ArabhaviJanata Dal (Secular)Balachandra Laxmanrao Jarakiholi
ArkalgudJanata Dal (Secular)Ramaswamy A. T.
ArsikereBharatiya Janata PartyA.S Basavaraj
AthaniBharatiya Janata PartyLaxman Sangappa Savadi
AuradIndian National CongressGurupadappa Nagamarapalli
BadamiBharatiya Janata PartyMahagundappa Kallappa Pattanshetti
BagalkotBharatiya Janata PartyCharantimath Viranna Chandrashekharayya
BagepalliCommunist Party of India (Marxist)Sreerama Reddy G. V
BagewadiBharatiya Janata PartyAbhay Patil M
BailhongalBharatiya Janata PartyMetgud Virupaxi (Jagadish) Channappa
BaindurIndian National CongressGopala Poojary K
BallolliJanata Dal (Secular)Rathod R.K
BannurBharatiya Janata PartySunitha Veerappagowda
BantvalBharatiya Janata PartyNagaraja Shetty B
BasavakalyanJanata Dal (Secular)Mallikarjun Siddaramappa Khuba
Basavana BagevadiIndian National CongressShivanand Patil
BasavanagudiIndian National CongressChandrashekar K
BelgaumIndian National CongressKudachi Ramesh Laxman
BellaryBharatiya Janata PartyB.Sreeramulu
BellaviJanata Dal (Secular)Kyatasandra N Rajanna
BelthangadyBharatiya Janata PartyK. Prabhakara Bangera
BelurJanata Dal (Secular)Kumar Swamy H.K
BethamangalaBharatiya Janata PartyVenkatamuniyappa B.P
BhadravatiIndependentB. K Sangameshwara
BhalkiBharatiya Janata PartyM Prakash Khandre
BharamasagaraJanata Dal (United)Anjaneya H
BharathinagarBharatiya Janata PartyNirmal Surana
BhatkalBharatiya Janata PartyShivananda Naik
BidarIndependentBandeppa Khashempur
BijapurBharatiya Janata PartyAppasaheb Mallappa Pattanashetti
BilgiBharatiya Janata PartyMurugesh Rudrappa Nirani
BinnypetIndian National CongressSomanna V
BirurJanata Dal (Secular)Dharmegowda S. L
BrahmavarIndependentJayaprakash Hegde K
ByadgiBharatiya Janata PartyOlekar Nehru Channabasappa
C.V. Raman NagarBharatiya Janata PartyS. Raghu
ChallakereIndian National CongressSudhakar D
ChamarajaBharatiya Janata PartyH. S Shankaralingegowda
ChamarajanagarKannada Chalavali Vatal PakshaVatal Nagaraj
ChamrajpetIndian National CongressS M Krishna
ChamundeshwariJanata Dal (Secular)Siddaramaiah
ChannagiriJanata Dal (Secular)Mahima J Patel
ChannapatnaIndian National CongressC P Yogeshwar
ChickpetBharatiya Janata PartyP. C. Mohan
ChikkaballapurIndian National CongressS. M Muniyappa
ChikkodiBharatiya Janata PartyHakkyagol Dattu Yellappa
ChikmagalurBharatiya Janata PartyC. T Ravi
ChiknayakanhalliJanata Dal (United)J. C Madhuswamy
ChincholiJanata Dal (Secular)Vijanath Patil
ChintamaniIndian National CongressM C Sudhakar
ChitradurgaIndian National CongressG. H Thippareddy
ChittapurJanata Dal (Secular)Vishwanath Patil Hebbal
CoondapurBharatiya Janata PartyHaladi Srinivasa Shetty
DavanagereIndian National CongressShamanuru Shivashankarappa
DevadurgaJanata Dal (Secular)Alkod Hanumanthappa
DevanahalliJanata Dal (Secular)G. Chandranna
DharwadIndian National CongressS. R Morey
Dharwad RuralIndependentVinay Kulkarni
DoddaballapurIndian National CongressJ. Narasimhaswamy
GadagIndian National CongressD R Patil
Gandhi NagarIndian National CongressDinesh Gundu Rao
GandsiIndian National CongressB. Shivaramu
GangawatiJanata Dal (Secular)Iqbal Ansari
GauribidanurIndian National CongressShivashankara Reddy N H
GokakIndian National CongressJarkiholi Ramesh Laxmanrao
GubbiIndependentS. R Srinivas
GulbargaBharatiya Janata PartyChandrashekhar Patil Revoor
GuledagudJanata Dal (Secular)Moti Hulappa Yamunappa
GundlupetIndian National CongressH. S. Mahadeva Prasad
GurmitkalIndian National CongressMallikarjun Kharge
HadagalliJanata Dal (Secular)M. P Prakash
HaliyalIndian National CongressR. V Deshpande
HangalBharatiya Janata PartyUdasi Channabasappa Mahalingappa
HanurJanata Dal (Secular)Parimala Nagappa
HarapanahalliIndian National CongressP. T Parameshwara Naik
HariharIndian National CongressDr. Y. Nagappa
HassanJanata Dal (Secular)H. S. Prakash
HaveriBharatiya Janata PartyShivaraj Sajjanar
HeggadadevankoteJanata Dal (Secular)M. P Venkatesh
HirekerurIndian National CongressB. C. Patil
HiriyurJanata Dal (Secular)D. Manjunath
HolalkereIndian National CongressA. V Umapathi
HolehonnurBharatiya Janata PartyG. Basavanneppa
HolenarasipurJanata Dal (Secular)H. D. Revanna
HomnabadJanata Dal (Secular)Mirajuddin Patel
HonnaliBharatiya Janata PartyM. P. Renukacharya
HosadurgaIndian National CongressB. G Govindappa
HosakoteIndian National CongressM. T Nagaraju
HubliIndian National CongressHonnalli Jabbarkhan Hayatkhan
Hubli RuralBharatiya Janata PartyJagadish Shettar
HosanagarBharatiya Janata PartyH. M Halappa
HospetIndependentH. R Gaviappa
HukkeriBharatiya Janata PartyShashikant Akkappi Naik
HuliyurdurgaJanata Dal (Secular)D. M Nagarajaya
HulsoorBharatiya Janata PartyRajendra Varma
HungundBharatiya Janata PartyDoddanagouda G Patil
HunsurJanata Dal (Secular)G. T Deve Gowda
Huvina-HuppargiBharatiya Janata PartyDesai Shivaputrappa Madiwalappa
IndiIndependentPatil Ravikant Shankarappa
JagalurBharatiya Janata PartyT. Gurusiddanagowda
JamkhandiBharatiya Janata PartySiddu Savadi
JayamahalIndian National CongressRoshan Baig
JayanagarIndian National CongressRamalinga Reddy
JevargiIndian National CongressDharam Singh
KadurIndian National CongressK. M Krishnamurthy
KagwadBharatiya Janata PartyBharamgouda Alagouda Kage
KalghatgiBharatiya Janata PartyChikkanagoudra Siddanagouda Ishwaragouda
KallambellaBharatiya Janata PartyK. S Kiran Kumar
KalmalaBharatiya Janata PartyB. Muniyappa Muddappa
KamalapurBharatiya Janata PartyRevunayak Belmagi
KanakagiriBharatiya Janata PartyVeerappa Devappa Kesarahatti
KanakapuraJanata Dal (Secular)P. G. R Sindhia
KapuBharatiya Janata PartyLalaji R Mendon
KarkalBharatiya Janata PartyV. Sunil Kumar
KarwarBharatiya Janata PartyGangadhar Nagesh Bhat
KeragoduIndian National CongressH. B Ramu
KhanapurIndependentDigambar Yashwantrao Patil
KiragavalJanata Dal (United)M. K Nagamani
KitturBharatiya Janata PartyMarihal Suresh Shivarudrappa
KolarIndian National CongressK. Srinivasa Gowda
Kolar Gold FieldRepublican Party of IndiaS. M Rajendran
KollegalIndependentBalraj S
KoppalIndian National CongressBasavraj Bhimappa Hitnal
KoratagereJanata Dal (Secular)Chanigappa
KotturIndian National CongressT. Bhagirathi
KrishnarajaJanata Dal (Secular)M. K Somashekar
KrishnarajanagaraJanata Dal (Secular)Mahadeva
KrishnarajpetJanata Dal (Secular)Krishna
KudligiBharatiya Janata PartyAnil Lad
KumtaIndian National CongressMohan Krishna Shetty
KundgolJanata Dal (United)Akki Malikarjunappa Shahadevappa
KunigalJanata Dal (Secular)H. Ningappa
KurugoduJanata Dal (Secular)Suryanarayana Reddy N
KushtagiBharatiya Janata PartyDoddanagoud Hanumagouda Patil
LingsugurJanata Dal (Secular)Amaregowda Patil Bayyapur
MaddurIndian National CongressD. C Tammanna
MadhugiriIndian National CongressDr. Parameshwara
MadikeriBharatiya Janata PartyK. G. Bopaiah
MagadiJanata Dal (Secular)H C Balakrishna
MalavalliJanata Dal (Secular)K. Annadani
MalleshwaramIndian National CongressM. R Seetharam
MalurBharatiya Janata PartyES EN Krishnaiah Shetty
MandyaJanata Dal (Secular)M. Srinivas
MangaloreBharatiya Janata PartyN. Yogish Bhat
ManviIndian National CongressN. S Bosuraju
MayakondaBharatiya Janata PartyS. A Ravindranath
MolakalmuruIndian National CongressN. Y Gopala Krishna
MoodabidriIndian National CongressK. Abhayachandra Jain
MuddebihalIndian National CongressAppaji Channabasavaraj Shankararao Nadagouda
MudholBharatiya Janata PartyGovind M Karjol
MudigereBharatiya Janata PartyM. P Kumara Swamy
MulbagalJanata Dal (Secular)Srinivas R
MundargiIndian National CongressPatil Shidlinganagouda Shiddanagouda
NagamangalaJanata Dal (Secular)Chaluvaraya Swamy N
NanjangudJanata Dal (Secular)D. T Jayakumar
NarasimharajaIndian National CongressTanveer Sait
NargundBharatiya Janata PartyC. C. Patil
NavalgundBharatiya Janata PartyDr. R. B Shiriyannavar
NelamangalaIndian National CongressAnjanamurthy
NippaniIndian National CongressKakaso Pandurang Patil
PandavapuraJanata Dal (Secular)C. S Puttaraju
ParasgadIndependentMamani Vishwanath Karabasappa
PavagadaJanata Dal (Secular)K. M Thimmarayappa
PiriyapatnaIndian National CongressK. Venkatesh
PutturBharatiya Janata PartyShakunthala T Shetty
RaibagJanata Dal (United)Sarikar Bheemappa Channappa
RaichurBharatiya Janata PartyAhuja Papareddy
Rajaji NagarIndian National CongressN. L Narendra Babu
RamanagaramJanata Dal (Secular)H. D. Kumaraswamy
RamdurgBharatiya Janata PartyYadawad Mahadevappa Shivalingappa
RanibennurBharatiya Janata PartyG. Shivanna
RonBharatiya Janata PartyKalakappa Gurushantappa Bandi
SadalgaIndian National CongressPrakash Babanna Hukkeri
SagarBharatiya Janata PartyGopalkrishna Beluru
SakleshpurJanata Dal (Secular)H. M Vishwanatha
SandurJanata Dal (Secular)Santhosh S Lad
SankeshwarIndian National CongressAppayagouda Basagouda Patil
SanthemarahalliIndian National CongressR. Dhruvanarayana
SathanurIndian National CongressD. K Shivakumar
SedamIndian National CongressDr. Sharan Prakash Rudrappa Patil
ShahabadBharatiya Janata PartySunil Vallapure
ShahapurJanata Dal (Secular)Sharanabasappa Darshnapur
Shanti NagarBharatiya Janata PartyS. Raghu
ShiggaonIndependentSindhura Rajashekhar
ShikaripuraBharatiya Janata PartyB. S. Yeddyurappa
ShimogaBharatiya Janata PartyK. S. Eshwarappa
ShirahattiIndian National CongressGaddadevaramath Gaddaya Shivamurthy
ShivajinagarBharatiya Janata PartyKatta Subramanya Naidu
ShorapurKannada Nadu PartyNarasimha Nayak (Raju Gouda)
ShravanabelagolaJanata Dal (Secular)C. S Putte Gowda
ShrirangapattanaJanata Dal (Secular)Vijayalakshmi Bandisiddegowda
SidlaghattaJanata Dal (Secular)S. Munishamappa
SindgiBharatiya Janata PartyAshok Gurappa Shabadi
SindhanurIndian National CongressBadarli Hampanagouda
SiraJanata Dal (Secular)B. Satyanaraya
SirsiBharatiya Janata PartyVivekanand Vaidya
SiruguppaBharatiya Janata PartySomalingappa M.S
SomwarpetIndian National CongressB. A Jivijaya
SorabIndian National CongressKumar Bangarappa
SringeriBharatiya Janata PartyD. N Jeevaraja
SrinivaspurIndian National CongressK. R Ramesh Kumar
SulliaBharatiya Janata PartyAngara S
SurathkalBharatiya Janata PartyKrishna Palemar J
T.NarasipurIndian National CongressDr. H. C Mahadevappa
TarikereIndian National CongressShivashankarappa T
TikotaIndian National CongressM. B Patil
TipturJanata Dal (Secular)Nanjamari B
TirthahalliBharatiya Janata PartyAraga Jnanendra
TumkurBharatiya Janata PartyS. Shivanna Sogadu
TuruvekereJanata Dal (Secular)MT Krishnappa
UchagaonIndependentManohar Kallappa Kinekar
UdupiBharatiya Janata PartyK. Raghupathy Bhat
UllalIndian National CongressU. T Fareed
UttarahalliBharatiya Janata PartyR. Ashok
VarthurIndian National CongressKrishnappa A
VemgalIndian National CongressB. C Krishnabyre Gowda
VittalBharatiya Janata PartyPadmanabha Kottari
VirajpetBharatiya Janata PartyH. D Basavaraju
YadgirIndependentVeer Basawanthreddy Mudnal
YelahankaIndian National CongressB. M Prasanna Kumar
YelburgaIndian National CongressBasavaraj Rayareddy

Aftermath[edit]

In the elections, the BJP emerged as the single largest party winning 79 of the 224 seats. However the Indian National Congress with 65 members and the Janata Dal (Secular) with 58 members formed a coalition to run the government. Dharam Singh of the Congress was sworn in as the chief minister on 28 May 2004.[5] However, in early 2006, the JD(S) withdrew its support to the government and instead forged an alliance with the BJP. A new government was formed with H. D. Kumaraswamy of the JD(S) as Chief minister and B.S. Yeddyurappa of the BJP as Deputy Chief minister .[6]

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