Bangalore: The Karnataka unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday hailed the party's victory in Gujarat assembly elections for a third successive term, describing the mandate as a "vote for development".
Chief Minister Narendra Modi-led government sought vote on the development agenda and people approved it, state unit President KS Eswarappa said in a statement in Bangalore.
"In Karnataka also, the BJP government has performed well in the last four-and-a-half years. We will seek vote on the basis of development and hope people will vote us for power in the next year assembly election", he said.
The Karnataka unit of the BJP on Thursday hailed the party's victory in Gujarat assembly elections for a third successive term.
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