BJP president Amit Shah in his first reaction over the assembly floor test and subsequent invitation to Congress-JD(S) alliance to form government in Karnataka, said: "This unholy alliance will not last long".
On charges of "horse-trading" levelled by Congress and JD(S), Amit Shah said: "Had we indulged in horse-trading, today's result would not have been so. They are levelling horse-trading charges against us, but in reality, they bought an entire stable".
The BJP President claimed that his party would score a bigger victory in next year's Lok Sabha elections compared to the 2014 LS results.
When Rajat Sharma asked whether his party would try to topple the Congress-JD(S) government, Amit Shah replied: "Our party will not do such a thing. This is an unholy alliance and such governments do not last long."
Amit Shah also said the Congress has developed a new theory of seeing victory in defeat. Both Congress, JD(S) succeeded in manipulation in Karnataka
Shah also said that the BJP will not make any efforts to bring down Congress govt in Karnataka. He said, however, such govts do not last for longer period