By TC News Desk
Agartala: May 14. Former Chief Minister and member of the CPIM Polit Bureau, Manik Sarkar, claimed on Sunday that around 64% of voters have cast their votes against the BJP, making a decisive decision to oust the party from Karnataka.
Speaking with reporters, Sarkar said the result of Karnataka election is not only disastrous for BJP but also for Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
‘This result is not only a disaster for the BJP but also for Prime Minister Narendra Modi because BJP had used and implemented many plans, using the face of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to sustain the government in Karnataka. The Prime Minister participated in around 30 programs, including the poll campaign, and in his speeches, he said that giving a vote to BJP means giving votes to Narendra Modi,’ claimed Sarkar.
Sarkar further claimed that when the physical campaign ended, BJP was also seen distributing reflects appealing to people to vote for BJP.
“During his campaign Prime Minister Modi has tried communal polarization, used money power in different ways and also tried to control a major portion of media. After all such things 64% of voters have cast their votes against the BJP and people have taken a decisive decision”, Sarkar told reporters.