While the Karnataka BJP was celebrating its victory in the state after winning 12 Assembly seats, former Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis took to Twitter and said that people would not tolerate if someone tries to play with the public mandate
Mumbai: Former Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday (December 9) said that the results of the bypolls on 15 seats in Karnataka has proved that people would not tolerate if someone tries to play with the public mandate.
The BJP has won 12 Assembly constituencies out of total 15 seats that went to bypolls in Karnataka, according to the Election Commission (EC).
"In the very first chance they get, this is how voters react to opportunist politics and stealing of mandate by rejected parties and coming together for the sake of power. Karnataka bypoll results prove that people won't tolerate if someone tries to play with public mandate and wish," Fadnavis tweeted.
"Many congratulations to BJP, Karnataka BJP, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and (BS) Yediyurappa," he added.
The BJP candidates are declared winners from the Yellapur, Ranibennur, Vijayanagara, Krishnarajapete and Chikkaballapur among other constituencies.
The elections were held for 15 Assembly seats which were left vacant after the legislators resigned in July, triggering the collapse of the Congress-JDS coalition and paving the way for the BJP to come to power.
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Last Updated Dec 9, 2019, 6:36 PM IST