Live election results for Karnataka in 2023: Basavaraj Bommai, the chief minister of Karnataka, declared that the BJP had “not been able to make the mark” in the state’s 224 assembly seats, comfortably surpassing the necessary 113 votes. According to the most recent trends on the Election Commission website, the BJP is leading in 64. The JD-S was in the lead in 20 seats and hoped to play the deciding vote.
“Once the results are in, we’ll do a thorough analysis. As a national party, we shall examine the situation as a whole as well as identify any shortcomings and gaps that may have been left. We accept this outcome, stated Basavaraj Bommai.
Exit polls had indicated that it would be a close contest, with the Congress emerging as the single-largest party but lacking sufficient support to surpass the 113-seat threshold.
The state’s chief electoral officer reported that 73.19% of eligible voters in Karnataka participated in the one phase of voting.