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Why the BJP’s Karnataka seat debacle matters

By Krishna Chatterjee, The Jerusalem Times The Karnataka elections, which began on Sunday, have seen an unprecedented loss of seats for the BJP.

In the last three months of the BJP-led government, the state has lost more than a dozen seats in the state assembly.

The BJP won the largest number of seats in Karnataka assembly in 2014.

The party also won three seats in Lok Sabha in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, when it won the seat from the Congress.

The state has seen its BJP share of the total votes in the recent elections rise.

In this year’s election, the BJP had a vote share of 29.1 per cent, but its vote share in the previous assembly elections in 2014 was 29.3 per cent.

The number of votes counted is the difference between the number of BJP and Congress candidates in the assembly.

So, the party won the most seats, but lost the most votes.

It has lost seats in every state where it contested the elections.

This year, the result in the Karnataka Assembly elections has been a disaster for the party.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has not even managed to form a single government in the State.

The Congress is also facing a crisis.

In 2019, the Congress was the only major party in the legislature with a majority of seats.

Now, the government has been formed by a Congress member and his son.

The two parties have failed to form even a single alliance in the Assembly.

The opposition parties are facing a major problem.

The ruling Congress has a majority in the Lok Sabha and the ruling coalition is in the majority in state assemblies.

But the Congress is facing a challenge from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

The AAP is also in power in the other states.

The alliance between the two is unlikely to be able to form any government, since the Congress has lost its majority in both state assemblies and is in opposition in the Congress-dominated assembly in the Centre.

The loss of the two major parties in the legislatures is the biggest political blow to the BJP in the last few years.

The result of the Karnath Assembly elections will not only affect the political future of the party, but the entire country.

The 2019 Lok Sabha polls will have an impact on the BJP as well.

The Lok Sabha is the seat of the State government in Karnath.

This means that the party has to form an alliance with the Opposition parties to form the government.

This will take time.

It will also take time for the Congress to form its own government.

In other words, the 2019 Assembly elections are likely to be the biggest test of the political stability of the country in the coming months.

The AAP, which is in power at the Centre, has shown an unprecedented ability to get its agenda through.

The Delhi High Court has allowed the AAP to enter the Delhi Assembly polls with a single ticket, even though it was in the minority in the Delhi assembly.

In April, the AAP had come second in the election for the Delhi state assembly seat, which was won by the Congress in 2013.

The poll result was seen as a victory for the AAP.

The seat was won for the same reason the BJP won it in 2014: it was the second biggest constituency in the city.

The next year, when the BJP came to power in Delhi, it was facing a huge challenge from its ally, the AIMIM.

The AIM IM came to the city to campaign for the 2019 elections and was not able to win a single seat.

In 2015, the two parties joined forces and formed a government, but they were unable to form another government in 2019.

The elections have brought out some political turmoil in the country.

In 2017, the Delhi elections saw the biggest protests against the BJP and the AAP ever.

The protest movement led by Yogendra Yadav and his Congress allies was not only against the AAP and the BJP, but also against the ruling Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA).

The protests also brought out the views of a number of other parties, including the ATSI, NCP, BSP, Shiv Sena, CPM, Jaitley’s Congress and the Congress led alliance.

These parties did not accept the decision of the Election Commission to count the votes of the Congress and AAP as they were not in government.

The UPA came to office with the support of the ruling BJP and AAP.

It also had the support and backing of a lot of other political parties in Delhi.

The outcome of the 2019 Lokpal elections is likely to have a major impact on this relationship.