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Naga Sadhus prediction on Karnataka election comes true!

By Oneindia Staff Writer
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Predictions by Naga Sadhus about the Karnataka Assembly elections and the future of HD Kumaraswamy and BS Yeddyurappa have become true.

Naga Sadhus prediction on Karnataka elections come true!

Around 18 Naga Sadhus had visited BS Yeddyurappa's home in Bengaluru in October 2017. According to them, it was predicted that Yeddyurappa will become the chief minister of the state and that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would have a bright future. However, as predicted, Yeddyurappa had become the chief minister for 54 hours and the BJP emerged as the single largest party in the state.

Meanwhile, the Janata Dal (Secular) leaders HD Kumaraswamy and HD Revanna had met Kedarnath Sadhus at Chikkanayakan Halli in Tumkur district. After six months, Naga Sadhu spoke to a close associate of Kumaraswamy over the phone and predicted that his success would be through a puzzle.

'Fist will be closed, Lotus will decay and JDS will reap the crop' --- Likewise, Congress won 78 seats, though the BJP emerged as the single largest party failed to form the government. And, the JDS is set to form the government with the support of Congress.

Did Naga Sadhu forget prediction of BS Yeddyurappa's resignation?

Four Naga sadhus accidentally visited the house of BJP worker in Chitradurga district. The sadhus, who were on way to Rameshwaram, met BJP worker Kiran. They predicted that Hindutva party will emerge victorious and BS Yeddyurappa will become chief minister. But, they didn't predict that BSY will resign as soon as he becomes the chief minister.

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