Our votes have split: BJP`s Prakash Javadekar
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: With the vote count underway in Karnataka Assembly Elections 2013 and the picture becoming clearer by the minute, the BJP acknowledged on Wednesday that it was on its way out in the southern state.
BJP leader Prakash Javadekar told reporters that votes have split in Karnataka as a result of BS Yeddyurappa quitting the party and floating his own KJP.
"A split in votes impacts final vote tally of the party," Javadekar acknowledged, adding there were many political lessons for everybody from the Karnataka polls.
He said it was still too early to react and the party would wait for the final result tally.
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