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NEW DELHI: Voting is underway for the 224-seat Karnataka assembly across 30 districts of the state. Congress leader and chief minister Siddaramaiah is confident that his party will come back to power, while JD(S) has asserted that his party will form the next government on its own. Here is a look at reactions of various political leaders on the ongoing assembly elections –

Siddaramaiah, Karnataka chief minister

“Yeddyurappa is mentally disturbed. We are very-very confident that Congress party will come back to power with a complete majority.”

“Today, people of Karnataka are standing in queues to create history and show the nation the way to liberal, progressive, peaceful and compassionate politics and governance. I thank them for their support and wish them well,” Siddaramaiah said in a tweet.

HD Kumaraswamy, Karnataka chief JD(S)

“We are confident that JD(S) will cross the magic number on its own.”

“Before going to cast my vote, I decided to seek the blessings of Lord Bhairaveshwara and the Adi Chunchanagiri seer (Nirmalananda Swami),” said HD Kumaraswamy as he sought the blessings of his family deity Bhairaveshwara at Adi Chunchanagiri Math at Vijayanagar in Bengaluru.

Narendra Modi, Prime Minister

“Urging my sisters and brothers of Karnataka to vote in large numbers today. I would particularly like to call upon young voters to vote and enrich this festival of democracy with their participation.”

Rahul Gandhi, Congress president

“Voter exercising his right without fail is the sign of functional democracy. I welcome all my young friends who are casting their vote for the first time in Karnataka,” Gandhi said in a tweet in Kannada.

“I request people of Karnataka to celebrate this biggest festival of democracy in large numbers with fervour, and make it successful,” he said.

HD Deve Gowda, JD(S) chief

“We expect a possibility of forming the government, we have done well.”

Updated: May 12, 2018 — 7:10 am

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