BENGALURU: Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has stated that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the state has not been able to meet its goals, and that – once the results are announced – the party will perform an in-depth examination. As a national party, it will analyse the outcome and identify any shortcomings or weaknesses that may have occurred at different levels, he said.
The party will accept the election outcome and will use it as an opportunity to learn, according to CM Bommai who stated that the BJP Karnataka would “reorganise the party and come back” for the Lok Sabha elections in 2023.
“We take this result in our stride,” CM Bommai said.
Congress workers and leaders, desperately looking to reverse its electoral fortunes and position itself as the main opposition player in 2024, were jubilant