Karnataka Election Results Live: Congress gets majority with 136 seats, BJP just 66

The Congress party won a majority in the Karnataka Assembly elections 2023, winning 135 seats, while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won just 66 seats. The Janata Dal (Secular) (JD(S)) won 19 seats. The counting took place on May 13, 2023 from 8:00 AM onwards.

Karnataka results live on TV 9 Kannada

The Congress’s victory surprised many, as the BJP was widely expected to retain power in the state. The BJP had been in power for the past five years, and had a strong organization in the state. However, the Congress was able to capitalize on the BJP’s unpopularity, particularly among farmers and the youth.

The BJP’s defeat was also due to the party’s internal divisions. The BJP had been plagued by infighting for the past few years, and this infighting came to the fore during the campaign. The party’s leaders were unable to present a united front, and this hurt the party’s chances at the polls.

The Congress’s victory is a major setback for the BJP, and it will be interesting to see how the party responds. The BJP will need to do some soul-searching and figure out how to win back the support of the people of Karnataka.

The Congress’s victory is also a major boost for the party’s national leadership. The Congress has been out of power at the Centre for the past eight years, and the party’s victory in Karnataka will give it a much-needed morale boost. The Congress will now be hoping to build on its success in Karnataka and win the next general elections.

The results of the Karnataka Assembly elections are a significant development in Indian politics. The BJP’s defeat is a reminder that no party is invincible, and that the people of India are always willing to change their government if they are not satisfied with how it is performing.

The Congress’s victory is a sign that the party is still a major force in Indian politics, and that it is capable of winning elections.

The results of the Karnataka Assembly elections will significantly impact the 2024 general elections, and it will be interesting to see how the BJP and the Congress respond to these results.

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