Both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress are going full throttle with extensive campaigning powered by war of words ahead of the Karnataka Assembly Elections on May 12. While Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and former Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa launched several blistering attacks on the Congress, the grand-old-party's spearheaders Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah too are leaving no stone unturned to draft voters in their camps.
IndiaTV's Final Opinion Poll gives Congress 96 seats, BJP 85, JD(S)+ 38 and Others 4
IndiaTV Final Opinion Poll gives Congress 96 seats, BJP 85 and JDS+ 38, which is likely to play the kingmaker on the D-Day. With no party touching the magic mark in the opinion poll, Karnataka is likely to throw a hung assembly.
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Will Siddaramaiah retain power or will Modi's juggernaut breach the last major Congress fortress? Take a look at the different opinion polls on Karnataka Elections-
# VMR Opinion Poll on Karnataka
# Karvi Opinion Poll on Karnataka
# CSDS Opinion Poll on Karnataka
# C-Four Opinion Poll on Karnataka
# Suvarna Opinion Poll on Karnataka
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The campaign for the Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 has entered in the final phase and both BJP and Congress are claiming to win the state elections. The fate of the 2,654 candidates contesting the assembly elections in Karnataka will be sealed in the electronic voting machines on May 12. The counting of votes will take place on May 15.
As the date of polling draws closer, both Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress have increased the campaign heat with road shows, election rallies and the leaders' visits to temples across the state.