Karnataka Election Result 2023: Whose head will be crowned, who will be clean, today is the day of judgment


Karnataka Election Result 2023: Voting for 224 seats in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly ended on May 10 itself. Election results are going to come today i.e. on Saturday. Today it will be clear that on whose head the crown of power will be adorned and on whose head the dust will be clean. even before the result BJP and Congress Both political parties have claimed victory. At the same time, JDS is also claiming to be the kingmaker. In such a situation, the restlessness of the political parties has increased regarding who will win. Significantly, according to the report of the Election Commission, a total of 68.23 percent polling has taken place.

Exit poll results: In most of the post-poll surveys (exit polls) that came after the voting, Congress has been predicted to emerge as the largest party. The majority mark in Karnataka elections is 113. Talking about the exit polls of Zee News and Matrices, the Congress has been predicted to get 103 to 118 seats with 41 per cent votes. While the Bharatiya Janata Party is expected to get 79 to 94 seats with 36 percent votes. On the other hand, Janata Dal (Secular) can get 25 to 33 seats with 17 percent votes.

At the same time, in the exit poll results of TV9 and Polstrat, Congress can get 99 to 109 seats while BJP has been predicted to get 88 to 98 seats. It has also been estimated in this exit poll that JD(S) can get 21 to 26 seats. Whereas, in the exit polls of ABP News and C-Voter, there is a possibility that Congress may get 100 to 112 seats and BJP may get 83 to 95 and JDS may get 21 to 29 seats.

At stake are the reputations of these leaders: BJP, Congress and JDU have campaigned vigorously in Karnataka elections. Fiercely accusing each other. Now everyone is waiting for the results coming today. In this election, a tough fight has been seen between BJP, Congress and JDS. The reputation of many top leaders of all the three parties is at stake. At stake are the reputations of state chief minister and BJP leader Basavaraj Bommai, Congress leader Siddaramaiah, state Congress president DK Shivakumar and JDS leader HD Kumaraswamy, among others.

How many candidates are trying their luck in the field: A total of 2615 candidates filed nominations in the assembly elections held on 224 assembly seats in Karnataka. Of these candidates, 901 are independents. At the same time, BJP has fielded its candidates on all 224 seats in the state. Whereas, Congress has fielded its candidates on 221 seats. 208 candidates of JDS are in the fray. While 208 candidates of Aam Aadmi Party, 127 candidates of BSP are trying their luck in the field, Samajwadi Party has fielded its candidates on 14 seats and NCP on nine seats. Many candidates of other parties are also in the fray.

Counting of votes will start from 8 am in 36 centers: The counting of votes will begin at 8 am in 36 centers across the state and election officials expect a clear picture about the result by afternoon. Official sources said elaborate security arrangements have been made across the state, especially in and around the counting centers, to avoid any untoward incident.

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Will the 38 year old record be broken? The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in the state is hoping to break the 38-year-old tradition of gradual change of power in the state. For this, the party is relying on the Modi effect. At the same time, Congress also wants to win this election so that it can use it to infuse new enthusiasm among party leaders and workers before the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. But if both the parties do not get a clear majority then JDS can come in the role of kingmaker.with language input 

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