BJP Nagaland celebrates Karnataka victory

Elias Hubbard
May 17, 2018

At a public rally addressed by Chandrababu Naidu in Tirupati, the TDP chief had asked Telegu-speaking people in Karnataka not to cast their votes in support of the BJP as the ruling party at the Centre had betrayed the people of their home state.

Chandrababu Naidu, chief minister, Andhra Pradesh. Dismantling the incumbent Congress Government at Karnataka clearly indicated the win of semi final for BJP in 2019 election under the dynamic leadership of Modi and Amit Shah, which has proven their Charismatic leaderships and peoples' confidence in them again in the Country. "There is no doubt we will form govt, 100% we'll do that". Karanataka Elections turned out to be the most discussed topic yesterday and BJP managed to win 104 seats out of the 222 seats in the state.

Bharatiya Janata Party chief Amit Shah today said that there will be no stopping for party's victory chariot after the party became the single largest party in the Karnataka elections.

Dhavalikar pointed out to the Karnataka assembly results, where the regional outfit JD (S) played a significant role.

Though the BJP did not get a clear mandate, the result may have a positive impact for the party in neighbouring AP, where now it is being blamed by other political parties, especially the ruling TDP, for the state not being given special category status (SCS). "See what can happen in Karnataka in a day", he said. Anyone can create unnatural tensions, but people of Karnataka are with us. Voting for two seats is yet to take place. It is being heard that he had particularly meant about the TDP leaders who criticized BJP and Modi before elections.

"Had it been a Siddaramaiah versus Yeddyurappa contest, the former and the Congress would have won easily".

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