Victory of the ruling JD-S-Congress alliance in four of the five by-elections in Karnataka was a rejection of the opposition BJP's negative politics, asserted a Congress leader.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday blamed Karnataka's ruling coalition partners Congress and Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) for its defeat in the state civic polls held across 22 districts.
Yeddyurappa claimed that several leaders from both Congress and JD(S) were ready to join his party.
An upbeat Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) faces a vibrant combined opposition as the election year looms large.
SC refused to accord an urgent hearing to a plea filed by ABHM challenging Vajubhai's decision to invite the Cong-JD (S) combine to form govt in Karnataka.
With the JD(S) and Congress joining hands to upstage the BJP in Karnataka, the party faces the uphill task of facing three by-elections in the state in the next 6 months.
As the battle of Karnataka comes to an end with BS Yeddyurappa making way for HD Kumaraswamy, the action now shifts to the Hindi heartland.
Yeddyurappa accused the Cong-JDS combine of forming an 'opportunistic' alliance and said the popular mandate had been subverted due to their 'conspiracy.'
Kejriwal said here that the BJP's attempts to "subvert democracy" has "miserably failed" in Karnataka.
Rahul attacked BJP following resignation of Yeddyurappa, saying hopefully they got a lesson that institutions and will of the country cannot be disrespected.