"Gujarat Poll results will have positive effect on BJP's prospects in K'taka"

BANGALORE: Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has commented that the BJP's record performance in the Gujarat Assembly polls as a victory for the pro-incumbency factor.

Bommai was addressing the media persons on Thursday morning after the counting trends iindicated the ruling BJP tally in Gujarat crossing 150 seats in the 182-member Assembly.

"The Gujarat Assembly election results proves that if we give good governance people will vote for us. Till now anti-incumbency was a factor, but Gujarat has shown a pro-incumbency wave. The BJP has succeeded for the 7 consecutive time , which is not an easy task to achieve," Bommai said.

Bommai credited Prime Minister Narendra Modi's excellent governance philosophy with the party's return to power in Gujarat for a record seventh term. "Our beloved Prime Minister, whose inspired leadership is setting the stage for good government, bolstering it, and now directing us, is foremost. The public is confident in his abilities to govern the nation "said Bommai.

Bommai claimed that the Gujarat Assembly election victory will benefit Karnataka as well because Karnataka is scheduled to have its elections for the Assembly in the first half of 2023.

"The Gujarat victory would motivate our workers to work harder," he said. "BJP is sure to return to power in Karnataka."  Bommai expressed confidence that the BJP would maintain power in the hill state despite the Congress being prepared to overthrow the saffron party in Himachal Pradesh on Thursday.

Speaking about the AAP triumph in the Delhi municipal corporation election, Bommai noted that it differs from Assembly elections due to local circumstances, tiny electorates, and a high number of candidates.

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