According to the information provided by the KPCC sources, a total of 1311 aspirants from 224 constituencies have applied for tickets for the 2023 assembly elections. Of these, 1,230 applications have been submitted. Out of this 889 applications were submitted in general category while 341 applications were submitted from SC/ST category.
Initially, application submission was allowed from November 1 to 15. However, due to the large number of aspirants showing interest in submitting the application, the opportunity to submit the application was extended till November 21.
2 Lakh SCST 1 Lakh amount fixed for general aspirants
General category aspirants applying application amount Rs.5 thousand. In addition, two lakhs of Rs. DD should have been submitted. Similarly, an amount of Rs 1 lakh was fixed for SC/ST community aspirants. 17.78 crores from general category aspirants through this. And 3.41 crores from SC/ST aspirants. Amount collected.
Use of money for building construction
The amount collected from the ticket applications is intended to be used for the construction of the KPCC building. A new building is being constructed behind the KPCC office. Due to lack of finance, the work was lagging. Now it is known that this amount will be used for building construction.
One crore from Haveri itself. Collection!
21.19 crores across the state. If collected, Rs 1 crore will be given to KPCC from Haveri district itself. The amount is paid. As many as 51 people have applied for Congress ticket from CM Basavaraja Bommai’s home district Haveri. The highest number of applications have been submitted from six constituencies and 15 aspirants have applied in the Chief Minister’s home constituency, which is surprising.