Mangalore, Dec 23 (UNI) BJP Karnataka unit president D V Sadananda Gowda today said the party would approach the court if the Election Commission (EC) fails to hold the elections to the State Assembly in February.
Participating in a programme here, he said the party was seeking early elections on the basis of achievements and implementation of developmental programmes for all sections of the people during its 20 month-coalition-rule and not just on a 'sympathy wave'.
Stating that his party had already approached the EC for holding early elections, Mr Gowda charged the Congress with ''deliberately trying'' to postpone the elections.
Referring to the party's victory in Gujarat, Mr Gowda said it was due to the united efforts under the leadership of Mr Narendra Modi.
He said the BJP would implement 'Gujarat model' development programmes in Karnataka, if voted to power.