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BJP rules Karnataka, YSR Congress surprise in Andhra, DMK takes Tamil Nadu
5/19/2019 8:11:09 PM

New Delhi May 19,

According to exit polls, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has surprisingly swept Karnataka where the Congress and the Janata Dal-Secular (JDS) are in power. (Photo: PTI)
According to exit polls, BJP has surprisingly swept Karnataka where Congress and Janata Dal-Secular (JDS) are in power
The BJP is predicted to be winning 21-25 Lok Sabha seats in Karnataka
In Kerala, where the LDF is in power the Congress-led UDF is way ahead of others
Exit poll results for the southern states show interesting trend in the Lok Sabha election. Three of the five South Indian states show surprising results. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has surprisingly swept Karnataka where the Congress and the Janata Dal-Secular (JDS) are in power.

The BJP is predicted to be winning 21-25 Lok Sabha seats in Karnataka with 49 per cent votes in the state where the party missed majority in the assembly polls. They formed a minority government under YS Yddyurappa but the Congress and the JDS formed a coalition to form government under HD Kumaraswamy.

The Congress in Karnataka is trailing the BJP by six per cent votes at 43 per cent. The ruling party in Karnataka is expected to win between three and six seats. The others are expected to get one seat with 8 per cent vote share.

In Andhra Pradesh, the YSR Congress of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has surprised the poll pundits in the exit polls. The YSR Congress's vote share is predicted to be 45 per cent and expected to win 18-20 Lok Sabha seats out of 25.

The ruling TDP of Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has polled, according to the Axis My India-India Today exit polls, is likely to get 38 per cent vote share and may win 4-6 Lok Sabha seats. The BJP is expected to win one Lok Sabha seats in Andhra Pradesh with three per cent vote share. The Congress is also expected to win three per cent vote share but unlikely to win a seat.

In Kerala, where the LDF is in power the Congress-led UDF is way ahead of others. UDF is expected to win 15-16 of 20 Lok Sabha seats. The CPI-M led LDF is expected to get only 3-5 Lok Sabha seats in Kerala.

The Congress-led coalition is predicted to poll 46 per cent vote share in Kerala compared to 38 per cent by the LDF. Interestingly, the BJP is predicted to be leading the race at Thiruvanthapuram Lok Sabha seat, from where former Union minister Shashi Tharoor is in the fray.

In Telangana, the TRS of KC Rao is leading the race. The party is predicted to win 10-12 of 17 Lok Sabha seats in Telangana. The BJP and the Congress may win 1-3 Lok Sabha seats in the state, where AIMIM of Asaduddin Owaisi is predicted to win one seat.

In the Union Territory of Puduchery and Lakshadweep, the Congress is leading. The party is predicted to win the Lok Sabha seats in these two places.

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