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Maharashtra drama could impact saffron party’s prospects in Karnataka

IndiaTimes Thursday, 28 November 2019 ()
The BJP’s misadventure in Maharashtra could impact the party’s bypoll prospects in Karnataka. Party leaders say it could have a negative impact on voter sentiment in constituencies where voters share a close connect with Maharashtra. “The drama in Maharashtra has proved the BJP is no different from any other party. It will go to any extent to secure power," said a BJP leader.
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