Karnataka Election Result 2023: Snake found in Karnataka’s BJP office, CM Bommai was also present, chaos created
Karnataka Election Result 2023: After the snake came out in the BJP camp office of Shiggaon, Karnataka, there was an atmosphere of chaos for some time.
Karnataka Election Result 2023: The counting of votes is underway in Karnataka. According to the trends so far, Congress is leading. Meanwhile, state Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai reached the BJP camp office in Shiggaon. During this, a snake was seen crawling in the BJP premises. After this the snake was caught. Counting of votes in 36 centers across the state has brought in trends, with election officials expecting a clear picture about the result by afternoon. A ‘record’ voter turnout of 73.19 per cent was recorded in the elections to the 224-member assembly in the state on May 10.
Congress towards absolute majority
The counting of votes for the Karnataka Assembly elections is underway. According to the trends so far, Congress seems to be getting absolute majority. At the time of writing the news, Congress is ahead in 117 seats and BJP in 76 seats, while JDS is leading in 25 seats. On May 10, polling was held on 224 seats in Karnataka. In this election where Congress had made corruption an issue. On the other hand, the BJP surrounded the Congress regarding development and later on Bajrangbali.
Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai is contesting from the Shiggaon seat where he is pitted against Yasir Ahmed Khan Pathan of the Congress. Everyone’s eyes are on this seat because of Bommai. Basavaraj Bommai is contesting for the fourth consecutive term. Bommai is leading the trends from here.
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Congress leaders Siddaramaiah, DK Shivakumar, and Mallikarjun Kharge’s son Priyank are leading in their seats. Siddaramaiah’s son Yatindra said that my father should become the Chief Minister. Youth Congress President Srinivas said, “Jai Bajrangbali, you have broken the pipe of corruption.” JDS leader Kumaraswamy is trailing from Channapatna assembly seat in Ramanagara.
So far 14 assembly elections have been held in the state.
Congress, BJP and JDS are claiming their respective victories in the Karnataka assembly elections. So far 14 assembly elections have been held in the state. Vote percentage increased in eight elections. In which Congress returned to power only once in 1962. At the same time, the vote percentage remained low in five elections. In which BJP returned to power once.