BJP in Karnataka has postponed its tomorrow's legislature party meeting to May 21, party sources said today.
The postponment of the meeting, scheduled to honour the newly elected MPs, was necessitated as Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa would be away in Delhi tomorrow to attend a meeting of the party ruled Chief Ministers and other leaders, the sources said.
The ruling BJP won 19 of the 28 seats, leaving six to Congress and three to JDS in the Lok Sabha election.
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