Telugu revenge on BJP at Karnataka polls

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Ram Madhav stated that BJP would have a successful march in South as well after looking at the election results Karnataka.

When contacted, BJP spokesman here said it was too early for Mr Shah to take a plunge in poll campaign in MP since the assembly elections in the state were still six months away.

32 were won by Congress, 9 won by JDS and BJP just 5 seats.

Addressing the party activists and media, Mr Tandon said the mandate given by the people of Karnataka to BJP is cleared showed the people's faith in the party and acceptance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's development model by them.

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The voting pattern in regions dominated by Telugu people, like Hyderabad Karnataka, Bengaluru City, Bellary, Raichur, Chickballapur and Kolar seems to suggest the trend.

Bharatiya Janata Party leaders showed confidence of forming government in Karnataka. "But the dreams have to be fulfilled", the MGP President said. But it is also a fact that regional parties gain sizeable share of seats during Goa assembly elections.

Dhavalikar pointed out to the Karnataka assembly results, where the regional outfit JD (S) played a significant role. Forget winning 35 seats, the party may even fail to get to double figures if they fail to make amends and respect the coalition partners.

State President Visasolie Lhoungu congratulated the State BJP Campaign Team led by DCM Y. Patton accompanied by Health & Family Welfare Minister S. Pangyu Phom, Higher and Technical Minister Temjen Imna Along and others who represented the BJP Nagaland and has vigorously participated in the campaign with its resources, time and energy from May 3 to 8. Political pundits also claim that no national party can form a government without the support of regional parties.

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