The heat could play the spoilsport on the polling day in Karnataka. Both the political and weather heats are very high here. Some voters may stay indoors on the polling day.
There is two percent swing of the vote here between the parties and whoever gets this two percent will be getting power here in Karnataka and a survey shows that it is likely that the BJP has the edge for that said two percent.
The Jain -Lokniti pre-poll survey gives the edge to the BJP. As the May 12 deadline is coming closer the Congress is losing the ground and the BJP is taking the upper hand.
The result is evenly divided between the BJP and the Congress as the things stand now. The Congress may get seats between 86 to 90 and the BJP is poised to get around 85-95 seats.
Mining Baron Gali Janardhan Reddys kith and kin are contesting here and money is flowing like water for the BJP. Thanks to Gali and his mining business.