Karnataka Elections: Today’s Chanakya Forecasts Congress as the Front-runner with 120 Seats

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Bengaluru, 10th May 2023: In a significant development in the Karnataka state assembly elections, the seat projection results announced by Today’s Chanakya organization have caught the attention of political observers and citizens alike.


According to the projections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is expected to secure 92 seats, with a margin of error of ± 11 seats. The Indian National Congress (Cong) is projected to win 120 seats, also with a margin of error of ± 11 seats. The Janata Dal Secular (JDS), on the other hand, is projected to secure 12 seats, with a margin of error of ± 7 seats. The projections also suggest that the “Others” category is unlikely to secure any seats, with a margin of error of ± 3 seats.


According to the Election Commission of India, the majority mark to form the government is 113 seats. The election results will be announced on May 13.


These seat projections have sparked a wave of discussions and debates among political pundits, as the results indicate a highly competitive and closely contested election. Both the BJP and Congress are poised to emerge as significant players in the assembly, with the possibility of either party forming a government. The JDS, although projected to secure a smaller number of seats, could also play a crucial role in determining the political landscape post-election.


As the state eagerly awaits the official results, the projections by Today’s Chanakya have provided a glimpse into the potential outcome of the Karnataka state assembly elections. It remains to be seen how the actual results align with these projections and what impact they will have on the formation of the government and the future course of Karnataka’s political landscape.