There will be victory: the opposition party leaders are critical of the government

Congress leader and leader of opposition Siddaramaiah expressed hope of victory after the Karnataka elections. What did he say? Read the report to know.

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By a Staff Reporter: Assembly elections were held in Karnataka today. People have given their verdict. Congress leader Siddaramaiah has expressed his hope of winning the election this time. "The Congress party will get a comfortable majority. I will win comfortably in Varuna," he said. Siddaramaiah feels that the fall of the BJP government in Karnataka is a matter of time. Also, former BJP Chief Minister of Karnataka and Congress leader Jagadish Shettar has expressed hope for the victory of Congress in Karnataka. He said, "Congress will get a clear majority and form the government. According to exit polls, Congress is the single largest party. There is no question of an alliance with any other party, especially the JD(S)". Also Congress state president DK Shivakumar claimed that Congress will get at least 146 seats in Karnataka. He said, "I don't believe these exit poll numbers. I stand by my numbers that we will cross 146 seats. Common people are looking at higher education and larger interests because the 'double engine' has failed in Karnataka". May 13th Karnataka election results announced. On that day it will be known which party will have the last laugh in Karnataka.