After the results in Karnataka elections on Tuesday, today is the decisive day for Karnataka politics. In Karnataka, the situation is still like a pendulum, no party has received the majority. Following this, the party MLA's meeting will be held at 11 AM in the presence of 104 legislators, led by BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate BS Yeddyurappa. While Congress is also going to hold meet with 78 MLAs in the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee's office under the leadership of Siddaramaiah.
After the verdict of the hung assembly, everyone's eyes are on the Governor Vajubhai Vala, who has the right to decide whom to call to form the next government.
As we all know that the governor will have two options for this, either the Governor will invite the PM Modi's party, BJP to give the first opportunity to prove the majority, or he will invite the Congress-JDS collision to form its government.
Earlier, Congress General Secretary Ghulam Nabi Azad in the presence of Siddharamaya, told the media that JDS and Congress will meet the governor and claim to form the government. This proposal of the Congress was accepted immediately by the JDS headed by former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda. Kumaraswamy, who himself the CM candidate, said that "I have accepted Congress support to form a government."