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In Karnataka, the Congress party took back power, a record victory for Rahul Gandhi

Bengaluru: With the results of the Karnataka assembly elections released, the Congress party is making clear progress. The Congress now has a clear lead with an absolute majority of 113. However, the fact that many of the BJP’s candidates are lagging behind in around 20 constituencies gives them hope.

According to the latest report, the Congress is advancing in 125 constituencies, while the BJP is progressing in just 69 constituencies. The Janata Dal is gaining ground in 21 seats.

After the announcement of the results, the workers started the victory celebration at the Congress headquarters. The Congress will rule alone in Karnataka. The Congress tweeted that Rahul Gandhi is invincible. At the same time, national leaders reacted to Congress’s victory. Sachin Pilot, a prominent leader of the Rajasthan Congress, stated that the Congress had won a massive victory in Karnataka. Sachin said that the people have taken up the anti-corruption slogan. The main weapon used to defeat the BJP is the anti-corruption campaign.

Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera claims that he will form the government alone in Karnataka. JDS does not require backing to form a government. It’s a win for the collective. National and state leadership play equal roles. During the campaign, the BJP’s face was Modi’s. Now, when he fails, Nadda is tied on his head. Pawan Khera also stated that the Karnataka result is a boost for the Congress in the upcoming elections.

At the same time, the lead level of DK Shivakumar, Congress state president and Congress mastermind in election activities, has crossed 12,000. Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge’s son, Priyank Kharge, is leading in Chitpur. However, while the party is gaining ground across the state, former Chief Minister Jagdish Shettar is lagging behind in the Hubballi-Dharwad constituency.

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