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Karnataka bypolls: Counting of votes under way; results will decide fate of BJP govt

IndiaTimes Monday, 9 December 2019
The counting of votes for the by-elections on 15 assembly seats in Karnataka that went to polls on Dec 5 is underway at 11 centres in the state. The election results will have a bearing on the future of the four-month-old BJP government, led by BS Yediyurappa, in Karnataka. The counting began at 8 am, poll officials said. The first set of results may come by 11am.
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EARLY ON MONDAY AS COUNTING BEGAN TO THE 15 ASSEMBLY SEATS ON WHICH THE BYPOLLS WERE HELD IN KARNATAKA, THE BJP LOOKED SET FOR A COMFORTABLE VICTORY. A LITTLE PAST 11 AM, CELEBRATIONS BEGAN IN THE BJP CAMP AS THE PARTY WAS LEADING DECISIVELY IN AT LEAST 10 OF THE 15 SEATS.

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