Tiwari was reacting to the statement issued by deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar on Tuesday that after losing faith of the people, the Congress was now trying to make a backdoor entry.
BJP leader and daughter of NTR, D Purandareswari was confronted by the Telugu people when she went to campaign in Telugu people dominated areas in Karnataka. "There is no doubt we will form govt, 100% we'll do that". He asked the 1600-odd booths to resolve on Sunday that in 2019, "we will not only win both seats (Lok Sabha) but when the next State Assembly elections are held, then the NDA will win more than 35 out of 40 seats and the BJP flag is kept flying high".
Tiwari added that according to the Supreme Court ruling, the governor must invite the party that has the majority either pre-poll or post-poll.
The Nagaland unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), including the twelve BJP legislators and workers today celebrated the Party's victory of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly Election.
Earlier in the day, senior BJP leader and Union minister Prakash Javadekar accused the Congress and the JDS of coming together by "unholy means". To rally the community's support, Shah did not rely exclusively on chief ministerial candidate B S Yeddyurappa, a Lingayat.
The BJP now has 14 seats in the Assembly and they have formed the government in alliance with GFP, MGP and Independents who have three MLAs each.
Dhavalikar pointed out to the Karnataka assembly results, where the regional outfit JD (S) played a significant role. "It is the dream of Shah to win on 35 seats".
"Had it been a Siddaramaiah versus Yeddyurappa contest, the former and the Congress would have won easily".