Karnataka Assembly elections 2018: BJP will win 130+ seats, no question of alliance, says Amit Shah
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Karnataka Assembly elections 2018: BJP will win 130+ seats, no question of alliance, says Amit Shah

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Karnataka Assembly Election 2018 LIVE updates: Addressing a press conference, Amit Shah revealed his much talked about prediction for elections. For Karnataka he says, he expects no less than 130 seats for his party and ruled out the possibility of any sort of alliance with JD(S).

Shah said that he got a chance to experience the people's anger against the Siddaramaiah government. He predicted that the Congress chief ministerial face will lose elections from both Chamundeshwari and Badami.

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said that his government's focussed on bringing glory back to Karnataka. "We have come a long way from being the most corrupt state in 2010 to become the investment capital of India by 2018," he said.

Lashing out at Rahul Gandhi over his remarks against JD(S), the party's chief ministerial face HD Kumaraswamy said that he does not need a certificate on JD(S) secular identity from the Congress president.

BJP took a dig at the Congress for conducting a press conference that "almost look tutored. Union minister Piyush Goyal said, "It was a desperate attempt to convey that Congress' leaders are united and there are no divisions in the party," Goyal said.

Congress president Rahul Gandhi, at a press conference in Bengaluru, responded to Narendra Modi's "naamdaar" jibe. "Modi has nothing to say anything about the future of Karnataka. I am not going to engage in his dist...

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