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Yediyurappa confirms BJP-JDS alliance will continue after LS polls

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Davanagere (Karnataka): Former Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa has announced that the alliance between the BJP and the JDS will remain intact beyond the Lok Sabha elections.

Addressing reporters here on Tuesday during his campaign for the BJP Lok Sabha candidate Gayathri Siddeshwara, Yediyurappa highlighted the enduring partnership between the Bharatiya Janata Party and Janata Dal (Secular). He revealed that discussions about the alliance’s continuation have been held between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and JDS leader Supremo HD Deve Gowda.

Yediyurappa expressed skepticism towards the Congress party’s manifesto promises, indicating that they would not withstand the “Narendra Modi wave” sweeping across the nation. His comments underscored the BJP’s confidence in its electoral strategy and its acknowledgment of Prime Minister Modi’s extensive popularity.

The reaffirmation of the BJP-JDS alliance symbolises a strategic collaboration aimed at consolidating voter support and enhancing the electoral chances of both parties.

This alliance, backed by the involvement of prominent leaders from both camps, carries significant implications for the political dynamics in Karnataka and could potentially impact the national political scenario.

As the country approaches the upcoming elections, these alliances and the strategies adopted by political parties will face a crucial test. They will operate in a competitive electoral landscape influenced by shifting voter preferences and the dominant presence of national leaders.

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