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'Relax and enjoy your weekend,' Siddaramaiah tells Congress cadre ahead of crucial Karnataka verdict

DNA Sunday, 13 May 2018
Even as latest exit polls predict edge for the BJP in Karnataka Assembly Elections on May 15, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has confident message for Congress cadre ‘We are coming back.’

In an early morning outing on microblogging site Twitter, the Karnataka Chief Minister told the Congress party workers and supporters to...
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News video: We are supporting JD(S) to form Government and have sent this resolution to the Governor: Siddaramaiah

We are supporting JD(S) to form Government and have sent this resolution to the Governor: Siddaramaiah 01:12

Janata Party (BJP) won the Karnataka Assembly elections 2018 by securing 104 seats followed by Congress 78 and JD(S) 37. Siddaramaiah handed over his resignation as the Karnataka CM to the Governor after the results. Meanwhile, Congress Party and JD(S) held meeting in a hotel in Bengaluru. After the...

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