Who has won Karnataka? The appropriate response is no one knows. To such an extent that Times Now chose to complete two polls, just to ensure that they had it right. Obviously, the two polls gave distinctive outcomes, leaving everybody significantly more dazed. And after that one of those polls – the one that estimates the Congress ahead of the Karnataka Polls – was played down.
There is almost certainly this was an extremely befuddling decision to foresee. There was no against incumbency on the ground, even the most enthusiastic of BJP supporters were not able well-spoken what has been so terrible in the course of recent years. Obviously, the BJP played hard on debasement and portrayed Chief Minister Siddaramaiah as Mr 10%”, yet that lost it punch at an opportune time when the BJP announced BS Yeddyurappa as the Chief Ministerial hopeful and included the famous “Bellary Brothers” to the rundown of its contenders. Which is the reason, on May 1, the BJP was trailing the Congress and Siddaramaiah looked like having vexed the Karnataka Polls of Chief Ministers not being re-chosen. Furthermore, that was when, as in Gujarat, the BJP chose to change tack and toss all that it had at the Congress.
The earnestness of the circumstance was evident as the BJP expanded PM Narendra Modi’s crusade from five days to eight, incorporating two evenings spent in Bengaluru, so he could battle early and more. Remaining over isn’t something the PM likes to do, yet clearly those additional hours picked up for crusading were viewed as imperative. What’s more, as in Gujarat, the BJP crusade increased its vitriolic assaults and exhausted its magazine on the phantoms of Nehru, Cariappa, Tipu among many, alongside comments about Sonia Gandhi’s Italian family line. Furthermore, for what reason not? Junk like this paid profits in Gujarat, where the BJP was battling ten days before last surveying.