Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai claimed on Saturday that the BJP had failed to make an impact in the state assembly elections, which the Congress was cruising to win.
The Election Commission’s website shows that, as of right now, the Congress is ahead in 127 of the state’s 224 assembly seats, while the BJP is ahead in 68.
Currently, the JD-S is ahead in 22 seats.Despite “a lot of effort put in by everyone,” including the prime minister (Narendra Modi) and party workers, “we have not been able to make the mark,” Bommai remarked.
As soon as the findings are in, we will conduct a thorough analysis. The BJP leader responded to the results by saying, “We will take these results in stride and try to reorganise the party for next year’s Lok Sabha elections.”
Basavaraj Bommai, the state’s chief minister, admitted loss and predicted a resounding BJP victory in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in 2024.
At noon on election day, the Congress was leading in 126 seats, the BJP in 60, and the JD(S) in 22. Bommai has promised a thorough investigation of the results’ shortcomings at various levels whenever they are released.