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In May 2013 assembly polls, the KJP had secured six seats and 10 per cent vote share but it managed to unseat the first BJP state government in the state and the Congress party came to power.
Yeddyurappa flanked by a few senior leaders of KJP met Speaker Kagodu Timmappa to submit a letter stating that both parties had decided on a merger.
Mohan, attached to Nazarbad police station in Mysore, had registered a case against the Congress leader's eldest son and 10 other people on May 3 for allegedly attacking KJP candidate Ka Pu Siddalingaswamy who was contesting against Siddaramaiah from Varuna constituency.
The monthly survey by KJP Marketing shows the first month-on-month fall of average asking prices since the end of the last property slump in the mid 1990s.
Yeddyurappa fought the last Assembly elections under his political outfit KJP, which damaged the prospects of the BJP in more than 30 constituencies.
Prahlad Joshi, president of the Karnataka unit of the BJP, warmly welcomed him and other members of KJP into the party.
KJP could not do much, winning just six seats, but split the BJP votes, paving the way for a smooth sailing for the Congress party.
This year talented students from Liverpool's KJP dance studio will thrill the audience with their rendition of the Michael Jackson monster hit.
But the report, compiled by KJP marketing, shows the difference between the best performing and worst performing areas equated to round 50% and choosing the wrong type of property may have cost a buyer up to 29%.
Yeddyurappa ia all set to return to the BJP and has announced merger of his KJP, a year after he walked out of the party, alleging betrayal.
While BJP's tally came down drastically and just about managed to avoid the ignominy of being relegated to the third position, Yeddyurappa's KJP fared badly by barely crossing the half a dozen figure in the state assembly, though Yeddyurappa himself managed to win his traditional Shikaripura seat by more than 15,000 votes.
Former BJP strongman BS Yeddyurappa, who heads the KJP, expressed hope that the new party will become the state's single-largest political power after the elections.