Karnataka Election Result: Celebration started in Congress even before the results, workers dancing outside the office with drums
Votes were cast for the Karnataka Assembly elections on May 10, while the counting of votes will take place on May 13, 2023.
After the voting for 224 assembly seats in Karnataka on May 10, the counting of votes has started at 36 centers on Saturday (May 13). In most of the exit polls, either the Congress is being shown a majority or it is emerging as the single largest party. Meanwhile, a video has surfaced from Delhi even before the results, in which it is seen that before the counting of votes for the Karnataka assembly elections, celebrations are being held at the Congress office in Delhi with beating of drums.
Congress leaders claim big victory
There is still time for the results to come in Karnataka but celebrations have begun outside the Congress office in Delhi. Many Congress leaders are also claiming a big victory. Yatindra, son of former chief minister Siddaramaiah, said, “We will get absolute majority and form our government. We are confident and all the surveys have also said that Congress is going to win the Karnataka assembly elections.”
Karnataka Election 2023: Congress ahead in early trends
The counting of votes for the assembly elections in Karnataka began at 8 am on Saturday. The counting of postal ballots is still going on. Congress is leading in the initial trends. At the same time, BJP is second and JDS is at number three.
Karnataka Assembly Election: Exit poll results
The India Today – Axis My India exit poll has given a clear majority to the Congress. According to exit polls, Congress may get 122-140 seats, BJP 62-80, JDS 20-25, others 0-3 in this election. However, both the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress are claiming majority in the state.
At the same time, ABP-C VOTER exit poll is showing the condition of a hung assembly, Congress is definitely becoming the single largest party, but may stay away from majority. The exit has given BJP 83-95 seats, Congress 100-112, JDS 21-29, others- 2-6.