Karnataka Elections 2018: Govindarajnagar constituency in Bengaluru tops
Finally, the big day is here for both Congress and BJP. The Karnataka Elections will give a hint how far both Congress and BJP has earned the trust of Indians especially South Indians in all these four years.
Mainly, the victory in Karnataka Elections is the must for BJP which is keen to hoist their flag high down South. Already BJP has been facing ire from their biased decisions pertaining to Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. The Telugu people are unhappy with BJP’s politics pertaining to the special status of AP. Coming to TN, after the death of then CM Jayalalithaa and the game played by BJP is keenly observing Tamilians and the recent protest against PM Modi in Chennai won’t be easily forgotten by BJP.
By retaining Karnataka, Congress keen to tell that India wants to free from the monarchy of BJP’s rule. Amid huge tension on which party people of Karnataka will enthrone, the voting has started in 222 Assembly constituencies out of 224 in Karnataka from 7 AM onwards. The People were seen waiting in long queues at Shimoga, Mysuru, Hasan, Tumkur, and Bangalore.
The Govindrajnagar constituency in Bangalore has registered highest poll percentage till now with more than 30%, where the richest candidate of Congress Party, Priya Krishna is contesting. The overall poll percentage of Karnataka is 10.45% till now, which is pretty good.