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Congress Wins The Biggest Vote Share In 34 Years:- The Congress party in Karnataka has an outstanding win and this is the major boost for Congress in South India. Congress won 136, BJP won 65 places, JDU won 19 places and others won 4 places. Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has submitted his resignation to the governor. In 1989 during Veerendra Patil’s regime congress won the assembly election in 178 assembly seats with a vote share of 43.76 per cent and now the Congress party vote share is 44.4%. Massive celebrations are on in Congress party after seeing the vote share. The criticism of Modi helped Congress big time.
Kumaraswamy’s JDS has vigorously campaigned in the election to become the kingmaker and surprisingly the party has got its least share of the vote percentage of 10.5%. This is the worst crisis for the party in last two decades. JDS worked to attract minority votes by making Ibrahim as their party chief, but nothing worked.
All the South leaders including prime minister Narendra Modi wished Rahul Gandhi on their impressive victory in the Karnataka elections. The next assembly elections in south India will be in Telangana, where Karnataka assembly elections' impact will have a clear reflection.