Though BJP emerged as the single largest party in Karnataka assembly elections by leading in 105, Congress and JD(S) too have enough numbers to form the government with a coalition. Currently, Congress leads in 78 and JD(S) has 37 that crosses the magic figure - 115. This is now expected to change the present dynamics of the Karnataka.
Congress and JD(S) leaders are currently holding high-level talks. In fact, Congress top brass has offered to make Kumaraswamy as the Chief Minister. Congress senior leader Ghulam Nabi Azad is said to be leading talks and is leaving no leaf unturned to bring back non-BJP government. To avoid Modi juggernaut into South, Congress too making its moves swiftly.
Analysts opine that there are two possibilities - either BJP could form its government on its own or JD(S) could form the government with the support of Congress. As of now, the leaders of all the three parties in Karnataka are on toes. Let's wait and see, what is in store in Karnataka.