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BJP would win the Karnataka Assembly elections with an absolute majority ;B S Yeddyurappa

Bengaluru, May 13 BJP’s Chief Ministerial candidate B S Yeddyurappa today said he will “give it in writing that the saffron party would win the Karnataka Assembly elections with an absolute majority and get 125 to 130 seats. He claimed that there is a strong wave in BJP’s favour.

“I have been in Karnataka politics for long… I will give it in writing. BJP is winning with an absolute majority the Karnataka elections. You can verify it once the results are out,” he told reporters here.

Yeddyurappa said his calculations had never gone wrong in his political career and he expected the BJP to win 125 to 130 seats.

“We expect to win 125-130 seats. Congress will not cross 70 and JDS not cross 24-25. These are my figures. My calculations have never gone wrong in my political career,” he said.

Yeddyurappa claimed there was a strong wave in BJP’s favour and public ire against Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and the Congress.

To a query, Yeddyurappa said there was no possibility of a hung Assembly.

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