the mlas and mps of congress and janata dal (secular) (jd-s) are likely to sit on a 'dharna' outside raj bhawan from tomorrow if they are not invited by governor vajubhai rudabhai vala to prove their majority to form government in karnataka. this statement comes hours after reports came in that 12 congress mlas were absent in the legislative meeting held earlier today at karnataka pradesh congress committee (kpcc) office. as per reports, 66 out of the 78 mlas attended the legislative meeting held at the karnataka pradesh congress committee office here. as the results of the poll in the state have left karnataka with a hung assembly, the final decision will be taken by the governor. results of the karnataka assembly polls announced on tuesday evening showed that the bjp won 104 seats, emerging as the single largest party, while the congress and jd(s) bagged 78 and 37 seats, respectively. soon after, the congress announced that it would support the jd (s), taking their total seat share to 117, thus resulting in a fractured mandate. according to india today, yeddyurappa consulted an astrologer to know his chances of becoming chief minister. outgoing karnataka chief minister siddaramaiah said the congress-jd(s) combine has 117 mlas and governor vajubhai vala has to give them an opportunity to form the government. siddaramaiah accused prime minister narendra modi of encouraging horse-trading. union minister prakash javadekar dismissed as imaginary jd(s) leader h d kumaraswamy's...