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DNMUM414227 | 5/16/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :1929 | India

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BJP agonisingly short of majority
Shrunk Cong props up JD(S) Leader as CM
All eyes on Guv Vala
New Delhi: BJP emerged as the single-largest party in Tuesday’s results of Karnataka’s high-stake state elections, but fell agonisingly short of crossing the halfway mark, triggering suspense and drama through the day over who will rule the crucial southern state.
The fractured mandate prompted Congress to join hands with rival and third-placed JD(S) to somehow keep BJP from coming to power.
BJP got 104 seats out of 222 for which polling took place on Saturday. The ruling Congress was reduced to 78. JD(S) managed 37 seats.
BJP’s CM candidate BS Yeddyurappa and senior party colleagues met Karnat
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