Will Karnataka have early elections? This is the question circulating in the political sphere. Following the Bharatiya Janata Party‘s outstanding performance in the Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa, and Manipur, party officials are now filled with confidence, and a few are keen to contest the election if it was announced early.
Opposition parties fear that the ruling party may dissolve the Assembly and hold early elections in order to capitalize on the beneficial impact that the poll results of these states have had on Karnataka. According to a senior BJP official, the party may not hold an early election. Political commentators predict that if Bommai dissolves the Assembly, then state Assembly election and Gujarat Assembly elections will be conducted simultaneously.
According to the report, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai is considering running for two Assembly seats. According to sources, the CM may run from Davangere (North) in addition to his traditional Shiggaon seat.
Davanagere BJP leaders have stated that the planning is in its early stages and that they do not know how things will evolve, but that the party’s high command would finally decide on it. “If he runs from Davangere (North), it will be our responsibility to ensure that the CM wins by a huge margin from our city,” one of the leaders stated.