Karnataka Exit Polls Predict Uncertain Results

Karnataka Exit Polls Predict Uncertain Results

A day after the perhaps most contentious assembly polls, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee Chief Dr G Parameshwara on Sunday made it clear that his party was not anxious about the hung assembly predictions by exit polls and expressed confidence of the ruling Congress party securing a comfortable majority of its own. Several exit polls also suggested that a hung assembly in Karnataka was also possible, with the Deve Gowda- led Janata Dal (Secular) playing a crucial role as a "kingmaker" for the next government. Please note average of 6, 4, and 2 is 4. "At 6 feet you drown (sic)". So, dear party workers, supporters and well wishers, don't worry about exit polls. "Relax & enjoy your weekend", he tweeted on Sunday.

He said after United States and Israel, the country is now known to avenge the killings of its soldiers During the meeting on Sunday, a video message of Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, who is undergoing treatment in the U.S. since March this year, was also played. Even, BJP's close chief ministerial runner Yeddyurappa confirmed that is a party is winning by a big margin of 150 or 130 in this Karnataka Election. The question mark over the outcome in Chamundeshwari is seen as the reason why Mr Siddaramaiah chose to contest from a second seat - Badami in north Karnataka.

But, she is also confident that the BJP will secure a majority so the question will not arise for the Congress party. An aggregate of the exit polls have given 97 seats to the BJP, 90 to the Congress and 31 to the JD (S) in the 224-member state assembly.

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While senior leaders of the BJP and the JD (S) have expressed confidence that their parties will win with majority, there has been no word from Mr Deve Gowda, or the BJP's prospective Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa. "We are coming back", he twitted. Polling in two assembly constituencies have been countered and deferred till May 28.

"I have been in Karnataka politics for long".

The Suvarna news channel shows Congress having the chance of emerging as single largest party with 106 to 118 seats while BJP tally may be between 79 to 92. "I hope I'll be the CM again", he stated.

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At the same time, he said that he himself is a contender for the top post but would gladly accept if the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) elects Siddaramaiah.

The predictions of Karnataka assembly election results are as confusing as was the campaign.

Many Congress leaders said that people on the streets both in Bengaluru and rural pockets speak highly of Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and his welfare schemes aimed at making the state hunger-free.

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