KPCC chief congratulates BJP on "resounding victory

Source: PTI | Published on 23rd May 2019, 5:22 PM | State News | Don't Miss |

Bengaluru: Karnataka Congress president Dinesh Gundu Rao Thursday congratulated the BJP forits "resounding victory" and wished Prime Minister Narendra Modi the "very best".

"Congratulations to BJP for a resounding victory, bothin India and Karnataka. In a democracy, people's verdict issacrosanct,'' Rao said in a tweet.

''I wish Mr Modi the very best and hope in his second term as PM will build a stronger, more prosperous and inclusive India," Rao added.

As the Congress-JD(S) government in Karnataka led by Kumaraswamy completed one year on Thursday, the ruling coalition is on the edge with the Lok Sabha results widely expected to have a bearing on its stability.

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