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BS Yeddyurappa claims 20 Congress legislators will jump ship after Lok Sabha results

IndiaTimes Saturday, 11 May 2019
Karnataka BJP president BS Yeddyurappa has not given up efforts to become chief minister again. On Friday, the Lingayat strongman claimed his party will come to power with the help of disgruntled Congress MLAs after results for the Lok Sabha polls are declared on May 23. Yeddyurappa claimed as many as 20 Congress MLAs are ready to switch sides to the BJP.
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