BSY's KJP failed to make a big splash, while the ruling BJP and JDS shared the second position with 906 wards each.
The Congress in Karnataka on Monday put up an impressive show in the elections to urban local bodies, leaving JDS and the ruling BJP way behind.
Former chief minister BS Yeddyurappa's KJP failed to make a big splash winning 272 seats while the ruling BJP came a distant second by bagging just 899 wards.
It was left to the Election Commission to decide on declaring early polls, Gowda said.
The Karnataka government has fixed a 30 per cent profit margin for private schools after the parents protested.
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