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At BJP meet, PM gives standing ovation to Karnataka people for BJP's 'record margin' victory in bypolls

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 11 December 2019
"During the meeting, we gave a standing ovation to welcome the Prime Minister. But, the Prime Minister while congratulating Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa, state ministers and BJP leadership in Karnataka, he gave a standing ovation to the people of Karnataka," Parliamentary affairs minister Pralhad Joshi told reporters on Wednesday after the BJP parliamentary party meeting at the Parliament Library
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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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