Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said the Congress won the Karnataka election under collective leadership and got results. This page also reports on the Congress party’s impressive performance in the Karnataka election and its victory of “Janata Janardhan”. Kharge confirms that all newly-elected MLAs have been asked to come to Bengaluru, and once the “High Command” sends observers, other processes will follow. Congress appears set to form a majority government in the southern state which is the lone bastion of the BJP in South India. The page also reports on Karnataka Congress President DK Shivakumar’s emotional reaction to the party’s victory.
Karnataka Congress Chief DK Shivakumar, who was also present at the press conference, expressed his gratitude to party workers for their contribution to the victory. He broke down in tears and thanked the people of Karnataka for placing their trust in the Congress party.
The Congress party’s impressive performance in the Karnataka elections marks a significant victory for the party, as it is the only state in South India where the BJP had a stronghold. The victory is expected to boost the morale of the Congress party ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge attributed the party’s success to the collective efforts of its leaders and workers. He emphasized that the people of Karnataka had voted against bad governance, and the victory was the result of the party’s commitment to serving the people.
The Congress party is now expected to form a majority government in the state, with the newly-elected MLAs set to come to Bengaluru to begin the process of government formation. Once the High Command sends observers, other processes will follow.
As of 2 PM, the Congress party was leading in 128 seats, having won two, while the BJP was leading in 66 seats, and JD(S) was leading in 22 seats. The Congress party had secured 42.93% vote share, while the BJP had 36% and JD(S) 13.21% share.
The Karnataka Assembly elections had witnessed a record turnout of 73.19%, and with most exit polls predicting a tight contest between the Congress and BJP, the leaders of both parties were reportedly jittery over the outcome. However, the Congress party’s victory has put an end to the BJP’s hopes of retaining its stronghold in the state.
In conclusion, the Karnataka Assembly elections have proved to be a significant victory for the Congress party, with the party set to form a majority government in the state.
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