Thiruvananthapuram, May 22 (UNI) Former Karnataka chief minister and BJP leader B S Yeddyurappa today claimed that his party would get absolute majority in the Assembly elections in Karnataka.
Talking to newspersons, after visiting the famous Raja Rajeswari temple at Thaliparamba here, he predicted that the party would win around 135 seats in the elections held to 224 Assembly seats.
Expressing confidence that he would become the Chief Minister of Karnataka again, he said the people in the state had supported the BJP in the elections.
After the elections were results declared, he would visit the temple again, he added.
Earlier, he offered certain poojas, including ''neyyamrith'' and ''pattum thali'' to the deity.
He visited the temple with his family and an astrologer from Kannur, who predicted earlier that Mr Yeddyurappa would become the Chief Minister of Karnataka and it had become a reality.
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